A bomb squad has destroyed an unexploded bomb left over from World War II that was found in the Japanese capital. The work left crowds of commuters temporarily stranded Tuesday as local lines and the long-range bullet trains that link Tokyo with other cities were halted as a safety precaution.
A Nepalese official says 80-year-old Japanese mountaineer Yuichiro Miura has become the oldest man to reach the top of Mount Everest.
By Julie M. Aurelio
The Quezon City prosecutor’s office has ordered the release of a Japanese national accused of stealing ¥1.4 million from his business partner, who is also a Japanese citizen, early this week.
A Japanese was fined after authorities found giant clam meat in his possession at the Hundred Islands National Park here on Sunday, police said.
An association of South Korea shop owners Monday urged millions of its members to boycott Japanese goods in protest at Japan’s continued claim to a tiny set of islets at the heart of a decades-old dispute.
An activist group says a Japanese whaling boat has collided with two anti-whaling ships and a refueling boat near Antarctica.
By Mars G. Alison
The visiting Japanese triathletes of the Nippon Sports Institute (NSI) clinched the inaugural men’s and women’s titles of the premiere middle distance category of the Captivating Camotes Triathlon yesterday at the municipality of San Francisco in Camotes Island.
A complaint for estafa was filed against a Japanese national accused of trying to milk money from a fellow Japanese in barangay Basak-San Nicolas, Cebu City.
By Aileen Garcia-Yap
Cebu should look beyond drawing more Korean and Japanese tourists, who are the no. 1 and no. 2 biggest foreign tourist groups for Cebu.
A Japanese woman was found dead on Wednesday inside a condominium unit in Barangay Guadalupe, this city.
A 53-YEAR-OLD Japanese national was arrested after packs of suspected shabu were found in his rented apartment in barangay Guadalupe, Cebu City.
By Juan Escandor Jr.
Diggers have unearthed a World War II story puzzle in Naga City after 21 rusty Japanese military helmets with bullet holes were found in a drainage canal project near the Metropolitan Naga Cathedral last week.
By Jobers Bersales
There is a tomb at the Lorega-San Miguel Cemetery of Japanese girl named Shizuko Kanagae who died in 1920 at the age of 2. A Japanese researcher from Toyo University named Dr. Yuko Kobayakawa discovered the tomb the other year while doing research on the way of life of people living inside the cemetery. Now the relatives of the young girl entombed there are appealing to the city government to preserve the tomb as a symbol of the friendship between two peoples, the Japanese and the Cebuanos.