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Disco-goers bid Heisei era ‘sayonara’

TOKYO: Japanese disco fans hit the dance floor and partied like it was 1989, reliving the glitz of the “bubble economy” heyday that defined the early years of the outgoing Heisei imperial era.

Disco's back: Japan grooves to bubble beat for Heisei era sayonara

TOKYO (Reuters) - Japanese disco fans hit the dance floor and partied like it was 1989, reliving the glitz of the "bubble economy" heyday that defined the early years of the outgoing Heisei imperial era.

Emperor burger: Tokyo chef whips up $900 monster for new monarch

TOKYO: A Tokyo restaurant is honouring the crowning of the new Japanese emperor next month with a football-sized wagyu beef hamburger served between gold-dusted buns -- at an eye-watering cost of $900.

Quirkiest travel experiences to book in 2019

From joyriding on a go-kart while dressed up like Super Mario in Tokyo, to forest bathing in the rainforests of Hawaii, TripAdvisor rounds up of some of the quirkiest and most offbeat travel experiences.

Starbucks partners with UberEats in Japan

Starbucks Corp said it was partnering with UberEats to deliver coffee and food in Tokyo starting Nov 9, as the world's largest coffee chain looks to boost sales in Japan, one of its major Asia-Pacific markets.

How Joël Robuchon was influenced by his love of Japan

Joël Robuchon, hailed as 'chef of the century' on his death this week, drew great inspiration from Japan, where 10 establishments now bear his name.

Doomsday cult leader and six members hanged

Tokyo: The leader of the Japanese doomsday cult that carried out a deadly 1995 sarin attack on the Tokyo subway was executed along with six of his followers, decades after the horrific crime.

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Japan’s cryptocurrency whiz kid faces $530m reckoning

Financial Services Agency says Coincheck should establish an effective risk-management system

Malaysian filmmaker bags top prize in Tokyo

PETALING JAYA: Malaysian director Edmund Yeo (pic) wanted to provoke thought about the dilemma of the Rohingya with his movie Aqerat, which won Best Director at the Tokyo International Film Fest­ival (TIFF).