Japan is expanding its international espionage work after being shocked by the deaths of five Japanese citizens at the hands of Islamic militants this year.
WASHINGTON — There is nothing like a good cry — and in fact, science bears that axiom out. But the Japanese have taken this indulgence one step further, launching the first hotel with a host…
Seeking an adventure that is as rich in culture as it is in flavor? Here’s one that covers whiskey, street food, sushi and spas. (Photos)
Move over, Scotland. The world’s leading whiskey critic recently crowed a Japanese bottle the best. Now, a local bar wants Washingtonians to become more familiar with Japanese whiskey and another popular spirit.
On March 11, 2011 at 2:46 p.m., a 9.0 earthquake ripped through northern Japan, triggering a massive tsunami that sent walls of water over coastal cities.