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A mini version of the classic Sega Genesis is almost here, but we got it a month early — take a look
The Sega Genesis is making its triumphant return in September, and even at 30 years old, it's still looking good.
The 747-400 was used to transport Japan's Prime Minister and emperor, and has VIP features like a bedroom, a shower, and an office.
People heading to the 2019 Rugby World Cup in Japan are being warned about a disease that can cause seizures, paralysis, and death
A charity says rugby fans should consider getting vaccinated for a potentially deadly disease before they travel to Japan for the Rugby World Cup.
An 84-year-old grandfather has become a highly fashionable Instagram influencer by modeling his grandson’s clothes
Tetsuya Kudo, a former chemistry teacher, has grown a following of 124,000 on Instagram thanks to his grandson's sense of style.
South Korea created a new category of country specifically to punish Japan in their escalating trade war
South Korea on Monday said it would drop Japan as a preferred trading partner, 10 days after Japan said it would do the same to South Korea.
Tinder’s owner just launched an app to help ‘highly motivated’ singles in Japan get married within a year
Match Group recently rolled out Pairs Engage, a marriage-concierge app that suggests 30 potential wives or husbands to users every month.
Did you know the Merlion was recently closed for 11 weeks? Here are 5 little-known facts about Singapore’s national icon
The Merlion was struck by lightning in 2009, but don't worry - it's fine.
57 people are dead and 18,000 were hospitalized in Japan as the country grapples with a stifling heat wave
Scorching temperatures have plagued Japan for weeks, resulting in scores of heat-related deaths this summer.
It’s been 74 years since Hiroshima — the moment the US deployed the most powerful weapon known to man
The bomb fell for 44.4 seconds before detonating in a blast that would ultimately kill 140,000 people and destroy 90% of the city.
5 countries that have taken radical steps to eliminate firearm deaths — and what the US can learn from them
While no country is a pure analog for America, its peers have taken massive, successive steps to driving down killings, like destroying guns in bulk.