Police are questioning the mother and are trying to determine whether she killed the babies or if they were stillborn, the report said.
Takahiro Shiraishi charged with murder of Aiko Tamura and accused of dismembering and killing 8 others in Zama.
Tsukuba Express in Japan apologised after a train departed its station roughly 20 seconds early on 14 November, causing "severe inconvenience" to commuters.
An elderly lady suffered 20 facial wounds and an investigation by Japanese police has led to blood samples being taken from under the claw of a stray cat.
Reddit users shared a gif showing a man rolling down a golf bunker - and claim it shows the Japanese Prime Minister taking a fall while Donald Trump walks by unaware.
Trump did not rule out military action and exhorted dictator Kim Jong-Un to cease weapons testing.
From Kobe Steel to Shoko Chukin, Nissan to Subaru, a growing number of corporate fiascos ought to make Japanese enterprises confront their governance demons.
Pyongyang has said that it will not hesitate to act if the US president makes a "reckless" move.
US President Donald Trump kicked off his gruelling 12-day five-nation Asia tour in Japan.
KFC Japan has turned the smell of their famous fried chicken, made with a secret blend of herbs and spices, into a scented bath bomb in the shape of a chicken drumstick.
Two severed heads were kept in cold storage when police raided a residential facility as authorities arrest a 27-year-old suspect in connection with the case.
The locations across the world where selfies are banned, after eight people died while taking photos at a fishery in the Philippines.
A Japanese company has offered its employees six days of paid time off after they complained their colleagues were taking too long for cigarette breaks.
North Korea accuses "sinister and crafty Japanese reactionaries" of "smear campaign" and resorting to "trite tricks".
Subaru will submit a report on the problem to the government. CEO Yasuyuki Yoshinaga said a domestic recall is likely, spanning the entire Subaru lineup totalling 255,000 vehicles.
"In terms of targets, Ursnif malware configurations can be a mixed bag at times," IBM's X-Force research team said.
Ex-employee tells IBTimes UK that senior managers at Japan's industrial giant were too scared or proud to admit failures that have now amplified into a colossal scandal.
Jennifer Appel, 48, and her friend Tasha Fuiava, said they made distress calls for 98 consecutive days with no luck.
Technology group's data services division announces completion of its fifth data centre in Japan.
Nikkei's winning streak extends to second consecutive session after capping 21-year high as analysts tell IBTimes UK that 'individual investors' are keeping the rally going.