"Dengeki Online Channel" presents "Dengeki Indie," a live broadcast program where the editorial staff and Dengeki writers play indie games! The Dengeki Indie team will introduce a series of recommended indie games. The 303rd episode features gameplay of "SUSHI Shot"!

A 14-year-old boy who was frustrated with his grades at school has been charged in connection with fires last month that burned clothing on three floors of a shopping mall in Kawasaki City, Kanagawa Prefecture.

Amid falling snow, students from a karate dojo challenged themselves with cold weather training on the coast of Kitakyushu City.

A widespread power outage affecting nearly 20% of households and businesses in Okinawa Prefecture was restored 2 hours after a thermal generator breakdown on Sunday afternoon.

An investigation into a facility caring for Nara's deer population by a preservation society has found conditions inadequate, with reports that dozens died there every year.

Tourists coming to Japan are increasingly resorting to 'white number' taxis, which are reserved through an app before arriving, making Narita Airport a virtual "lawless zone for unlicensed taxis."

Three 'DJ SODA' fans accused of groping the South Korean idol have had criminal charges dropped following an a settlement without any monetary compensation.

Princess Kako has arrived in Peru a day later than planned, with the trip from Japan taking an impressive 50 hours.

A woman was stabbed in the back and abdomen by a knife-wielding man in a Tokyo restaurant on Thursday morning.

A truck overturned and crashed into a camera store in Tokyo on Wednesday afternoon, injuring the driver and a shop employee.

A driver of a Ferrari that suddenly burst into flames while cruising along a central Fukuoka street on Sunday was lucky to escape the inferno.

The manager of a sex club in Shinjuku, Tokyo, has been arrested on suspicion of aiding and abetting public indecency.

Japan's Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare has proposed raising the upper limit on annual insurance premiums for self-employed people by 20,000 yen starting next year.

A security camera installed in a residential area in Tokyo has captured a foreigner wearing a yukata running amok.

The Tokyo Metropolitan Government has started a campaign where you can enjoy sushi for 30 percent less.

A man on trial for barricaded himself in a doctor's house with a shotgun for 11 hours in Fujimino City, Saitama Prefecture, fatally shooting the male resident, said he had no intention of killing the victim.

A new state-of-the-art public elementary and junior high school is set to open in Osaka next April.

A teacher from a Himeji City public elementary school in Hyogo Prefecture has been arrested on suspicion of embezzling approximately 270,000 yen meant for the food budget of a nature school program.

The Tokyo Metropolitan Government has introduced boats as a new means of commuting, connecting Nihonbashi with Toyosu in just 20 minutes.

Domestically produced agricultural and marine products in Japan are beginning to see impacts of global warming, with rising temperatures affecting harvest volumes and quality.

Japan's Emperor Naruhito and Empress Masako attended a Kabuki performance on Monday for the first time in 5 years.

The Osaka District Court has sentenced a man accused of impersonating a police officer and defrauding his girlfriend of approximately 2 million yen in cash to 2 years and 4 months in prison.

A cold air mass above northern Japan has sent temperatures plummeting, with the "first snow" observed on Mt. Zao, Miyagi Prefecture on Sunday morning.

A 23-year-old man has died after getting trapped between floats during the traditional "Katsuyama Fighting Danjiri" event in Maniwa City, Okayama Prefecture.

Hideo Taru, Japan's ambassador to China, says the Japanese embassy still receives 15,000 nuisance calls a day, and is calling for Sino-Japanese relations to regain rationality.

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