The Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, and Tourism plans to revive an eco-friendly building incentive program in which individuals and companies constructing new homes and or renovating homes will b

Japan has begun deliberating its 2030 targets for power generation, a process likely to turn contentious when nuclear restarts are considered even as the much delayed cleanup at Fukushima continues

Five elderly patients have died of complications from influenza at a hospital in Kitakyushu this month, health officials said Thursday.

Construction resumed at the site of the Yamba dam in Gunma Prefecture, five decades in the making.

A worker at Japan’s destroyed Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant died on Tuesday after falling into a water storage tank, the latest in a spate of industrial accidents at the site of the March 2

The Environment Ministry will start storing nuclear waste from the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant and surrounding areas in interim facilities in two Fukushima towns from March—four years after the

Fukushima rice has passed Japan’s radiation checks for the first time since the 2011 nuclear disaster that prompted international alarm over the region’s produce, a prefectural official said Monday

A strong 6.7 magnitude earthquake in central Japan left 39 people injured, seven seriously, and wrecked homes in a popular ski resort, the government said Sunday.

An earthquake with a magnitude of 5.3 struck in the sea off Fukushima Prefecture at 10:51 a.m. Thursday, but no tsunami alert was issued by the Japan Meteorological Agency.

The Japanese government has proposed a bill that would allow the country to be better prepared to combat infectious diseases like Ebola and dengue fever which have both seen a resurgence in recent