BREAKING: Japan PM Arrested For Misreporting Wages

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has been arrested for an alleged systematic cover-up of misreporting wages for more than a decade.

Abe Says Japan Unconditionally Accepts All ‘Halfs’ As Japanese Who Reach World No. 1

Japan’s affection for Naomi Osaka was bolstered after she became world No. 1 on Monday following her victory over Petra Kvitova in the final...

Japanese Prime Minister Asks May, “What Are You Cooking Your Husband For Dinner?”

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe asked British Prime Minister Theresa May at a news conference in London on Thursday what kind of meal she...

Olympics Minister Confesses To “Hating Sport”

Yoshitaka Sakurada, minister for both cyber security and the 2020 Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics, who recently admitted that he can’t use computers...

Foreigners Storm Parliament To Stop Legislation Accepting More Foreigners

Japan’s national diet was invaded today by long-term foreign residents in an attempt to stop legislation to permit more foreign workers. In a last-minute effort...

Japan’s Cybersecurity Minister Admits He “Doesn’t Know Prime Minister Shinzo Abe”

Yoshitaka Sakurada, the minister for cybersecurity who recently confessed that he does not use computers, has now told a Diet committee that he is...

“I Only Use Fax Machines,” Says Japan’s Minister In Charge Of Cybersecurity

The Japanese government minister in charge of major changes to a key cyber security law has admitted he only uses fax machines. Yoshitaka Sakurada made...

Abe Still Unsure Why White Man Doesn’t Speak English

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe met face-to-face with Vladimir Putin on the sidelines of the regional Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) summit in...

Abe Urges China To Accept Greater Cooperation, Pointy Chopsticks

Prime Minister Shinzo Abe visited Beijing this week calling on China to accept increased cooperation between the two nations and pointy chopsticks. Abe met with...

Japan Doubles Efforts Towards Refugee Crisis Increasing Intake From 30 To 60

Japan will double their efforts towards the global refugee crisis by accepting 60 refugees starting in 2020 “strengthening its response to humanitarian needs”, government...

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