Archaeologists in Japan have made an exciting and not to mention baffling discovery. In the ruins of Katsuren Castle located in Uruma, Okinawa, ancient Roman coins dating back to the 17th century have been uncovered. Does this discovery show a link between the Japanese and the Romans?
A typhoon wind turbine could harness energy so immense it could provide renewable energy to all of Japan for half a century.
Can monkeys be diagnosed with autism? It’s a condition that was believed to be exclusively found in humans, but a monkey in Japan is making scientists consider the possibility of the disorder in animals.
The world's oldest fish hooks has been unearthed in Okinawa Japan. The fish hooks, which are crescent-shaped, are estimated to be 23,000 years old.
Scientists fear that a devastating eruption might occur in Japan in the next 25 years.
The strange "lake balls" of Iceland are now disappearing fast. The green and perfectly round plants, called lake balls, is a form of freshwater alga (Aegagropila linnaei) and is extraordinarily rare.
Scientists discover new species of bivalves that live in the body surface of sea cucumbers. The new bivalve, dubbed as Borniopsis mortoni (Galeommatoidea), uses its foot and byssal threads to attach itself to the body surface of its potential host, an earthworm-like sea cucumber called Patinapta ooplax (Synaptidae).
Japan is a home to many spectacular sights, and a glowing river is just one of those.
Sea Shepherd Conservation Society's founder and CEO Paul Watsons returned to U.S. after two years exile in France for his fight against illegal fishing of sharks.
A team of scientists from Japan has, for the first time, Detected a rare phenomenon called the "weather bomb." This deep-Earth tremor caused by an elusive kind of seismic wave called the S wave could hold the key to the secrets of the Earth's interior.
A team of scientists in Japan detected a rare form of an earthquake on the ocean floor. However, the tremors felt are reportedly not an earthquake but a rare phenomenon called “weather bomb.” This phenomenon has helped scientists in identifying details about the earth’s interior, the mantle and crust.
Japan is already preparing for the 2020 Olympics, and organizers have decided to use e-wastes to create gold, silver and bronze medals.
A new video from Japan shows tourists frolicking with friendly dolphins, a stark contrast to the widespread slaughter of the animal that happens annually during hunting season in Taiji, Japan
Japan can reduce its tsunami damage by building five-meter seawalls and as well as having coastal forests, according to a study.