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- 03/19/18--23:35: _Refurbished 'Tower ...
- 03/19/18--23:36: _Hunting dogs attack...
- 03/19/18--22:59: _Abe, Putin to conti...
- 03/19/18--23:20: _3 Taiwanese women a...
- 03/19/18--23:32: _Female police offic...
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- 03/19/18--23:15: _Sumo wrestler pulls...
- 03/19/18--23:25: _Cherry tree hits fu...
- 03/21/18--00:40: _J-Alert warnings ma...
- 03/21/18--00:41: _LDP to propose intr...
- 03/21/18--00:38: _Visitors to Japan u...
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- 03/21/18--00:30: _Zookeeper bitten by...
- 03/21/18--21:50: _Abe considers elimi...
- 03/21/18--21:22: _Toyota halts autono...
- 03/21/18--21:26: _Japanese condom-mak...
- 03/21/18--21:44: _Amazon, Netflix gai...
- 03/21/18--21:47: _Panel: Japan ill-pr...
- 03/21/18--21:13: _Japan, Russia aim f...
- 03/21/18--21:24: _Japan pulls out sto...
- 03/19/18--23:36: Hunting dogs attack three young sisters in Tokushima
- 03/19/18--22:59: Abe, Putin to continue bilateral cooperation
- 03/19/18--23:20: 3 Taiwanese women arrested for attempting to smuggle gold in bras
- 03/19/18--23:32: Female police officer leaked information to yakuza boyfriend
- 03/19/18--23:53: Essential writing tips for Japanese ESL students
- 03/19/18--23:15: Sumo wrestler pulls out of ongoing tournament for beating his junior
- 03/21/18--00:40: J-Alert warnings made available in multiple languages
- 03/21/18--00:41: LDP to propose introducing F-35B fighters
- 03/21/18--00:38: Visitors to Japan up 23 percent in February
- 03/21/18--00:32: People 75 or older now majority of elderly in Japan
- 03/21/18--00:30: Zookeeper bitten by gorilla at Tokyo zoo
- 03/21/18--21:50: Abe considers eliminating restriction on foreign entities
- 03/21/18--21:22: Toyota halts autonomous vehicle testing in US
- 03/21/18--21:44: Amazon, Netflix gain ground in Japanese streaming market
- 03/21/18--21:47: Panel: Japan ill-prepared for debris from Nankai quake
- 03/21/18--21:13: Japan, Russia aim for progress in isle activity talks in May
- 03/21/18--21:24: Japan pulls out stops to improve nightlife for foreign tourists
The refurbished interior of the "Tower of the Sun" was opened to the public on Monday for the first time since the major artwork by the late Taro Okamoto became a symbol of the Expo '70 world's fair in Osaka. (Japan Times)
Three young sisters suffered injuries Sunday after being attacked by two boar-hunting dogs which had escaped from their breeder in Tokushima City. (Japan Today)
The leaders of Japan and Russia have reaffirmed cooperation on planned joint economic projects on Russian-controlled islands claimed by Japan. (NHK)
Police said Monday they have arrested three Taiwanese women for allegedly attempting to smuggle gold worth around 50 million yen ($470,000) into Japan in their bras. (Japan Today)
A 23-year-old female police officer has been sent to prosecutors on Monday after it was learned that she leaked information related to investigations to her boyfriend, who is a member of a criminal syndicate, reports the Sankei Shimbun. (tokyoreporter.com)
International students that are learning English have several techniques available to them to increase their efficiency. For instance, when it comes to listening, teachers frequently let students listen to songs or watch movies. (newsonjapan.com)
A juryo-division wrestler on Monday pulled out of the ongoing Spring Grand Sumo Tournament a day after the revelation that he assaulted a lower-ranked wrestler, dragging the traditional Japanese sport into yet another scandal. (Kyodo)
A Somei-Yoshino cherry tree being monitored in Kochi reached full bloom on Monday, the Metrological Agency said. (Japan Times)
Japan's Fire and Disaster Management Agency started on Tuesday a multiple-language service to provide tourists from overseas with emergency messages, including on missile launches, that are available in the J-Alert nationwide early warning system. (Jiji)
Japan's main governing Liberal Democratic Party plans to propose introducing F-35B fighter jets and a multi-purpose aircraft carrier to be operated under the country's defense-only stance. (NHK)
Japan saw an estimated 2,509,300 visitors from overseas in February, up 23.3 pct from a year earlier, the Japan National Tourism Organization said Tuesday. (Jiji)
People aged 75 or older, called "late-stage seniors" in Japan, now constitute a majority of those aged 65 or older in the country for the first time, according to demographic estimates released by the internal affairs ministry on Tuesday. (Jiji)
A female zookeeper at Ueno Zoological Gardens in Tokyo sustained injuries Tuesday after a gorilla bit her right arm, police said. (Japan Today)
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is considering abolishing a regulation that limits the percentage of foreign equity stakes in broadcasters, as part of a debate about reviewing regulations on broadcasting businesses. (the-japan-news.com)
Toyota Motor says it is suspending autonomous vehicle testing on US public roads in the wake of a fatal accident involving a test vehicle operated by the ride-hailing company Uber. (NHK)
Japanese condom-makers are ramping up preparations ahead of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, seeing a golden opportunity to showcase their world-record ultrathin products. (Japan Times)
Amazon nearly doubled its share and Netflix grew strongly in Japan's streaming market last year as the two global services try to raise their profiles in Asia. (variety.com)
Japan will need the equivalent of 1,600 Tokyo Domes to store rubble and debris produced from a long-anticipated huge earthquake along the Nankai Trough off the Pacific coast, according to an estimate. (Asahi)
Japanese Foreign Minister Taro Kono and his visiting Russian counterpart, Sergei Lavrov, agreed on Wednesday to accelerate talks on planned joint economic activities at the four disputed northwestern Pacific islands so that certain progress can be achieved when Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe visits Russia possibly in late May. (Jiji)
Many foreign tourists to Japan often wonder why public transportation, especially in areas of Tokyo renowned for their nightlife, is so limited after the last trains of the night.