Giant scissors are your controller in this quirky first-person action game
'Scissors the that than' should come with a warning, because I almost hit a few people while I was playing it.
Japan's next-gen bullet train is sleeker and tech-friendly
There's also a better chance of seeing it overseas.
Japan's latest supercomputer is dedicated to nuclear fusion
The four-petaflop Cray XC-50 will support the multinational ITER fusion project.
'Yakuza 6' makes Tokyo's red-light district virtually real
Sega delivers an impressively faithful recreation of the area.
Japan tells netizens to stop confusing the olds with internet slang
The Agency for Cultural Affairs felt the need to issue guidelines on clear communication.
Japan sanctions cryptocurrency exchanges amid illegal activity
The government wants to curtail money laundering and terrorism financing.
Japan's cryptocurrency exchanges plan self-regulating committee
The concept is sound. The execution? Not so much.
Sony may launch an AI-powered taxi hailing system
Algorithms would predict when you're likely to need a ride.
What we're using: Google Maps while lost in Japan
The company's maps and directions keep getting better.