Clothing retailer Uniqlo will open its largest outlet in the world in Shanghai on Sept. 30, its parent Fast Retailing Co. has announced.
The new store will have a floor space of 8,000 square meters, about 60 percent larger than the current largest Uniqlo outlet in Tokyo's Ginza area, Pan Ning, chief executive officer of Fast Retailing (China) Trading Co., said at a press conference in Shanghai on Wednesday.
Students, mothers and other protesters staged rallies at more than 200 locations across Japan on Sunday, calling for the scrapping of controversial security legislation that Prime Minister Shinzo Abe wants to enact to strengthen the role of Japanese forces abroad. (Kyodo)
HIROSAKI, Aomori - The tower of Hirosaki Castle, a state-designated important cultural asset, is being towed dozens of meters away from its original location as part of a project to repair its stone walls. (The Japan News)
A bogus smartphone tip spreading through tweets is causing a headache for the National Police Agency as users have been tricked into dialing the emergency number 110 in at least 22 prefectures. (Japan Times)