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Nike made sneakers that represent iconic jobs in major cities like New York and London. Here’s what they look like.
The shoes represent major cities and the professions that support them. The New York City shoe is designed to look like the uniform of a firefighter.
Ousted Nissan head Carlos Ghosn and wife Carole are now both wanted by Japan. Here’s the story of the couple’s intense relationship.
The couple is currently staying in a mansion bought by Nissan for Ghosn in Beirut, Lebanon — a country that does not extradite to Japan.
Tokyo will be short an estimated 14,000 hotel rooms each day of the 2020 Olympics, and the city is scrambling to find alternatives for the flood of vi...
To offset the expected shortage, the city is rushing to build new luxury hotels and even turning cruise ships into temporary floating hotels.
The robot uses a 3D camera, touch and force sensors on its claws, and a self-training neural network to scale ladders.
From rainbow-colored cotton candy to Hello Kitty-shaped desserts, here are some of the most unique eats you can find in this Japanese city.
Nintendo’s first store in Japan opens this Friday, and it looks like a Nintendo-lover’s paradise — here’s what it’s like...
Nintendo Tokyo is Nintendo's very first retail store in Japan and we just got our first look inside as it prepares for a grand opening.
Tokyo has been named the best big city of 2019. These beautiful photos will make you want to visit ASAP.
Tokyo, Japan, took the top spot in Condé Nast Traveler's annual Reader's Choice Survey thanks to its city views, nature sites, and delicious cuisine.
In his book, "Tokyo-Yokosuka 1976-83," photographer Greg Girard offers a rare glimpse into what the capital of Japan looked like in the mid-1970s.
Japanese stalker tracks down idol by zooming in on reflection in her eyes on photos, then sexually assaults her
The man narrowed down the area using Google Street View after enlarging her social media photos to reveal scenery and landmarks.
Goldman Sachs released a 34-page analysis of the effects of climate change. And the results are terrifying.
Half the population lives in cities, many in areas less than 10 meters above sea level, and should "start investing in adaptation now," Goldman said.