Green fingers grow trade and tourismJapan digs English gardens as UK science, skills and gear cultivate exports and bilateral ties.
Will rugby union convert the masses?The general manager of Japan Rugby 2019 outlines plans to promote the World Cup.
BCCJ events, elections offer chances to engageBCCJ events provide members with the chance to hear about the commercial successes and struggles of others.
Two viewsA change of perspective provides insight on UK-Japan ties.
Spotlight on TohokuThe Duke of Cambridge visits Back to Business sites in the region.
Tohoku: Broken hearts and humbledA UK film team has made a documentary that sheds light on the region's recovery.
London’s 2012 legacy, Tokyo’s Olympian taskLord Deighton shares insights and advice for the Tokyo 2020 team.
Bigotry writ largeAyako Sono's idea of segregating living areas in Japan according to race has caused controversy.
Battling an allergy to Japanese cedarPollen can be as prevalent in cities as in rural areas.
Mysterious millennialsYoung workers in Japan are reconsidering their attitudes to lifetime employment.
“Grief is not a one-way street in Japan”This book has aspects of a journal, a historical narrative and a cultural guide.
Where are they now?JET alumnus shares how the programme has changed her work and life.
Female mental healthWomen are more at risk than men of suffering from mental health problems.
Value to be found in JapanThe corporate sector offers investment opportunities.
Classrooms without wallsBST works to support the character development of its students.
Warm welcomeThe Duke of Cambridge makes his first visit to Japan.
Steve BorthwickThe former England captain has an important role in preparing Japan for the Rugby World Cup 2019.
Fostering skills in young peopleThe Duke of Edinburgh Award Programme helps youth realise their potential.
What are you worth?This year's increase in salaries in Japan is not reflective of the need for talent.