Feb 6, 2013
Rotarians thanked for help to rise above tsunami
TWO years after the Mundingburra Rotary Club made a donation to help a tsunami and earthquake-hit region, Japanese Rotarians have delivered their thanks in person.
Sun Oct 28, 2012
The Japan Times
Halloween in Japan: no trick or treat, but scary spots galore
Japanese people generally have a well developed appreciation for the supernatural, and while the American practice of ringing doorbells in the neighborhood to demand "trick or treat" has yet to take root, Halloween-related events continue to grow in popularity.
Tue Aug 14, 2012
Fukushima's First Mutants Are Malformed Butterflies
The first creatures definitively shown to have mutated following the Fukushima meltdown are pale blue grass butterflies, but it's still a long way from proving human mutation, scientists said.
Tue Jul 31, 2012
Fukushima's samurai horsemen ride again
The Soma-Nomaoi was held over the weekend in Fukushima Prefecture, not far from the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant.
Wed Dec 14, 2011
Former PM Wants Fukushima Plant Nationalized
Japan 's wrecked Fukushima nuclear station should be taken over by the government to ensure a full account is given of the events that led to the worst atomic crisis in 25 years, a former Japanese prime minister said.