Opposing candidates including anti-nuclear activist Taro Yamamoto and the ruling LDP party held rallies throughout Tokyo aiming to galvanize support ahead of elections. Video by WSJ's Phred Dvorak, Joelle Metcalfe and Yumi Otagaki via #WorldStream.
Japanese families are voluntarily 'amping down' their energy consumption by physically capping their circuit-breaker boxes. WSJ's Phred Dvorak visits with two families and finds out what household appliances they're giving up.
Toyota agreed to pay about $1.1 billion to settle a lawsuit over unintended gas-pedal acceleration. The WSJ's Phred Dvorak explains why the news has not affected Toyota shares in Japan.
Japan's energy company TEPCO has released surveillance video of the nuclear control centers days after the Fukushima disaster. The WSJ's Deborah Kan speaks to Phred Dvorak about the significance of the footage.
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