It's the first anniversary of Tokyo Review's launch - we reveal some figures from our first year, and list the top articles we've published so far.
Fumio Kishida was long assumed to be Shinzo Abe's heir as prime minister - but now faces a conundrum over whether to back a challenge to Abe's leadership.
Feeble new legislation will do little to solve Japan's chronic overwork problem - a change in attitudes and a focus on productivity are the only answers.
With a debate over controversial casino legislation and an LDP presidential election looming, Summer 2018 is set to be a busy one for Japan's politicians.
Regulation of AirBnB-style properties in Japan is necessary, but the country's new laws will cause disruption for tens of thousands of tourists this summer.
Shinzo Abe relies on the North Korean threat to argue for constitutional reform in Japan - which means the Trump-Kim summit may decide his political future.
As South Korea and the U.S. soften their stances on North Korea ahead of the Trump-Kim summit, Japan remains committed to the "Maximum Pressure" approach.
A nasty tackle by a Nihon University American Football player made headlines last week - but the problems it reflects are endemic to sports culture, not unique to Japan.
Of the Abe Administration's many scandals, the issue of hidden mission logs from SDF operations in Iraq and South Sudan is perhaps the most complex - and could have far-reaching...
The faltering of the #MeToo movement in Japan is no surprise - lacking the decades of groundwork on women's rights and consent education that preceded #MeToo overseas, Japan remains a...