As Fukushima Prefecture continues to recover from the triple-disaster of a decade ago, a new Robot Testing Field hopes to do its part.
In western Fukushima Prefecture, an odd salient of territory extends, wedged between Niigata and Yamagata Prefectures. So why is it there?
The story of a little-know artist-turned-warrior during the waning days of the samurai — and who just might have been a queer woman.
Why a wide range of local dialects in Japan’s north are intrinsically – and unfairly – associated with rural backwardness.
The Sendai High Court found the government and TEPCO responsible for the March 2011 incident – and increased compensation to the victims.
With the announcement of a new variety of top-tier rice, Fukushima hopes to further unravel the unfair stigma of the 2011 tsunami.
The rise in coronavirus related racism has drawn harsh criticism from Fukushima governor Uchibori Masao – a man who knows well the pain of discrimination.
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