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- 01/15/18--21:03: _City ordered to pay...
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- 01/15/18--21:25: _Osaka: Probe into g...
- 01/15/18--20:50: _Impact of gala dres...
- 01/15/18--20:59: _Japan sees death ca...
- 01/16/18--04:38: _Kanazawa: 8 suspect...
- 01/16/18--04:40: _Tokyo: Man suspecte...
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- 01/16/18--22:04: _Japanese dictionary...
- 01/17/18--09:12: _Japan OKs online ac...
- 01/17/18--09:13: _Deadly fugu fish mi...
- 01/17/18--09:14: _Hokkaido: Ex-collea...
- 01/17/18--22:25: _Recruit Holdings to...
- 01/17/18--22:35: _Glacier, Japan's 4t...
- 01/17/18--22:42: _Japan to offer pens...
- 01/17/18--22:45: _Male teacher, 27, a...
- 01/17/18--22:49: _Tokyo: 'JK' parlor ...
- 01/17/18--22:22: _NTT Docomo to start...
- 01/17/18--22:29: _Hakkoda mountain fr...
- 01/15/18--21:03: City ordered to pay damages for info leak that led to murder
- 01/15/18--21:17: Man held after random stabbings leave one dead in Hiroshima
- 01/15/18--20:50: Impact of gala dress kimono firm scandal growing
- 01/15/18--20:59: Japan sees death caused by corynebacterium ulcerans for 1st time
- 01/16/18--22:00: NHK apologizes for false missile alert
- 01/16/18--22:06: Spending by visitors to Japan exceeds 4 trillion yen in 2017
- 01/17/18--09:13: Deadly fugu fish mix-up prompts emergency warning
- 01/17/18--09:14: Hokkaido: Ex-colleague of Sapporo woman accused in her murder
- 01/17/18--22:25: Recruit Holdings to team with Airbnb
- 01/17/18--22:35: Glacier, Japan's 4th, confirmed in snowy valley
- 01/17/18--22:42: Japan to offer pension age option of over 70
- 01/17/18--22:45: Male teacher, 27, accused of molesting high school boy on train
- 01/17/18--22:49: Tokyo: 'JK' parlor suspected of employing underage girls for sex
- 01/17/18--22:22: NTT Docomo to start QR code payment
- 01/17/18--22:29: Hakkoda mountain frozen snow trees defaced with graffiti
A branch of Yokohama District Court on Monday ordered the city of Zushi, Kanagawa Prefecture, eastern Japan, to pay 1.1 million yen in damages for leaking information that led to the murder of a 33-year-old woman by a stalker. (Jiji)
A man was arrested Monday on suspicion of stabbing two men the previous night, one fatally, in what appeared to be random attacks, the police said. (Japan Times)
With the investigation into the rigging of arcade games widening in scale, Osaka Prefectural Police have re-arrested the president of a management company over the alleged fraud of additional persons, reports NHK (Jan. 13). (tokyoreporter.com)
Police and consumer centers across Japan have received more than 1,500 inquiries from people affected by a scandal involving a gala dress kimono retail and rental firm. The total value of contracts drawn up between the firm and the consumers who have consulted with the centers has topped 270 million yen, or nearly 2.5 million dollars. (NHK)
A woman in her 60s in Fukuoka Prefecture died in 2016 after being infected with Corynebacterium ulcerans, becoming the first victim of the zoonotic disease in Japan, health ministry officials said Monday. (Jiji)
Eight corpses possibly belonging to North Korean nationals have been discovered aboard and near a wooden ship that washed ashore in Kanazawa City earlier this month, reports NHK (Jan. 16). (tokyoreporter.com)
Tokyo Metropolitan Police have arrested a 41-year-old man who is suspected of stealing the wallets of dozens of sleeping passengers on the Yamanote Line since last year, reports the Sankei Shimbun (Jan. 16). (tokyoreporter.com)
NHK is apologizing after issuing a false alert that said North Korea had probably launched a missile and warned people in Japan to take cover. (NHK)
Spending by visitors from abroad during their stays in Japan exceeded 4 trillion yen for the first time on record in 2017, the Japan National Tourism Organization said in a preliminary report on Tuesday. (Jiji)
Following the release of its first edition in 1955, publisher Iwanami Shoten's Kojien has become one of the most respected and widely used dictionaries in Japan. Since 1998, the tome has been on a 10-year update cycle, and so last week's release of Kojien's seventh edition was a big deal not just for linguists, but for Japanese society in general. (rocketnews24.com)
The government announced Tuesday an action plan focused on streamlining the process for residents to change their addresses with one-stop online access. (Japan Times)
A Japanese city has activated an emergency warning system to alert residents to avoid eating locally purchased blowfish, after a mix-up saw toxic parts of the delicacy go on sale. (Japan Today)
Hokkaido Prefectural Police have arrested a former co-worker of a 23-year-old woman who was found murdered in her residence in Sapporo last year, reports Nippon News Network (tokyoreporter.com)
Japan's Recruit Holdings says it will team up with Airbnb, the leading US tourist accommodation platform, to offer rental housing for travelers in Japan. (NHK)
Researchers have confirmed that there is a glacier in the Kakunezato snowy valley in Kashimayarigatake, a 2,889-meter mountain straddling the central Japan prefectures of Nagano and Toyama, it was learned on Wednesday. (Jiji)
The Japanese government will offer an option to postpone the starting age for receiving public pensions to over 70, according to draft policy guidelines unveiled Wednesday. (Jiji)
Tokyo Metropolitan Police have arrested a 27-year-old male teacher for allegedly molesting a second-year high school boy on a train on Tuesday, reports Sports Nippon (Jan. 17).
Tokyo Metropolitan Police have busted a so-called "JK" (joshi kosei) school girl business that is suspected of dispatching underage female employees to hotels to provide sex services, reports the Sankei Shimbun (tokyoreporter.com)
Major Japanese mobile carrier NTT Docomo says its subscribers will be able to pay at stores using a QR code. (NHK)
Famous snow trees in the Hakkoda mountains in Aomori, northeastern Japan, part of the Towada-Hachimantai National Park, have been smeared with graffiti in fluorescent pink spray paint, it was learned Wednesday. (Jiji)