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In Tokyo there are over nine million senior citizens, a generation that prizes respectability above all. Have a feisty group of octogenarian cheerleaders found a suprising path to happiness in old age?
As robotic engineering advances, more and more definitively human functions are being replicated. This episode of SBS Dateline takes us to Japan, to glimpse the future of anthropomorphic robotics.
The town of Namie, in Fukushima, became famous in 2011 as the site of the largest nuclear disaster since Chernobyl. Now the government are trying to persuade the exiled population to return.
With a plummeting birth rate and a rapidly ageing population, Japan is facing an unprecedented population collapse with vast economic, social and political implications. We explore the dangers facing the nation.
The traffic lights are still working; but just about nothing else is in the ghost town of Fukushima. Two years after the tsunami, the consequences of the nuclear disaster continue to define the residents' lives.
On the 11th of March last year Japan's worst ever natural disaster killed almost 20,000 people. This report reveals the controversy surrounding it and the pain of rebuilding under the fear of radioactivity.
Millions of people are still feeling the devastating after-effects of Japan's earthquake and tsunami. We investigate the problems and the daily challenges of life in Japan today.
This powerful report travels into the heart of the Japanese disaster zone. Following natural disasters, a nuclear crisis and a potential financial meltdown, it looks back at the week that nearly destroyed Japan.