A space rock created quite the spectacle when it lit up the night sky above Japan's Kanto region recently.
The team behind a Japanese fishing YouTube channel recently posted up images of their latest peculiar catch.
A large balloon-like 'UFO' has captured the attention of local residents, the media and even the government.
Japan's Defense Minister Taro Kono has responded to the Pentagon's recent release of declassified UFO footage.
Scientists have been attempting to solve the 1,400-year-old mystery of Japan's 'pheasant tail' sky phenomenon.
Authorities in central Japan have been trying to track down what was responsible for turning the rain black.
Japan's space agency has greenlighted an ambitious mission to retrieve a piece of Mars' moon Phobos.
A photograph of a rather unusual looking fish that was caught in Japan has recently gone viral on social media.
A Kansas man has requested a duel with his ex-wife and her lawyer to 'resolve their dispute on the field of battle'.
Researchers from Japan will be conducting new scans in an effort to confirm the presence of a hidden chamber.
A Japanese clerk memorized the credit card details of 1,300 customers using his photographic memory.
This remarkable wearable robotic tail has been developed by researchers at Keio University in Japan.
A recent video from Japan shows what appears to be a crow engaged in some rather peculiar behavior.
The Japanese Hayabusa-2 spacecraft has detonated an explosive charge on the surface of the asteroid Ryugu.
Japanese scientists have achieved a 'significant step' towards the de-extinction of the woolly mammoth.
A Japanese spider crab was caught on film at SeaWorld San Diego shedding its shell like a suit of armor.
A Japanese startup has launched a satellite in a bid to create the first ever artificial meteor shower.
Akihiko Kondo became so infatuated with Japanese character Hatsune Miku that he decided to marry her.
Japan's space agency has revealed the first ever video footage recorded from the surface of a moving asteroid.
A cafe opening in Tokyo's Akasaka district will use robots controlled wirelessly by disabled operators.