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- 07/02/18--23:33: _World Cup: My tacti...
- 07/02/18--23:13: _Japan knocked out o...
- 07/02/18--23:20: _Powerful typhoon ne...
- 07/03/18--23:50: _Toyama school reope...
- 07/04/18--00:05: _Submarines includin...
- 07/03/18--23:30: _More Tokyo trains t...
- 07/03/18--23:37: _World Cup: Japan ca...
- 07/03/18--23:38: _Japan OKs ambitious...
- 07/03/18--23:25: _'2020' yen tickets ...
- 07/04/18--22:56: _Kangaroo-like trans...
- 07/04/18--22:32: _Snoopy hotel to ope...
- 07/04/18--22:41: _Outcry as Japanese ...
- 07/04/18--22:49: _Fukuoka's 'guest te...
- 07/04/18--22:19: _Japanese Emperor re...
- 07/04/18--22:35: _ANA to cancel 113 d...
- 07/04/18--22:15: _Japan education min...
- 07/04/18--22:53: _130 rescued after h...
- 07/05/18--22:34: _Labor costs hit 16-...
- 07/05/18--22:35: _All-male band EXILE...
- 07/05/18--22:05: _Japan expects 1.5% ...
- 07/02/18--23:33: World Cup: My tactics to blame for loss, says "devastated" Nishino
- 07/02/18--23:13: Japan knocked out of World Cup by Belgium
- 07/02/18--23:20: Powerful typhoon nears southern Japan
- 07/03/18--23:50: Toyama school reopens with tight security after gun attack
- 07/04/18--00:05: Submarines including U-boat found in Sea of Japan
- 07/03/18--23:30: More Tokyo trains to get security cameras
- 07/03/18--23:37: World Cup: Japan captain Makoto Hasebe retires from national team
- 07/03/18--23:38: Japan OKs ambitious nuclear energy target, plutonium reuse plan
- 07/03/18--23:25: '2020' yen tickets for Olympics and Paralympics
- 07/04/18--22:32: Snoopy hotel to open in Kobe
- 07/04/18--22:41: Outcry as Japanese winemaking couple ordered to leave France
- 07/04/18--22:49: Fukuoka's 'guest teachers' of English outstay their welcome
- 07/04/18--22:19: Japanese Emperor recovering
- 07/04/18--22:35: ANA to cancel 113 domestic flights to inspect Rolls-Royce engines
- 07/04/18--22:15: Japan education ministry official arrested for bribery
- 07/05/18--22:34: Labor costs hit 16-year high as Japan pays workers more
- 07/05/18--22:05: Japan expects 1.5% growth in FY2019
A "devastated" Japan head coach Akira Nishino took the blame for the 3-2 loss to Belgium that knocked his team out of the World Cup on Monday, saying he made tactical errors. (Kyodo)
Japan has been knocked out of the FIFA World Cup in Russia after losing to Belgium 3-2.
A strong typhoon approaching Japan's southern Kyushu region has caused flight cancelations and raised evacuation alerts. Weather officials are warning of heavy downpours and possible landslides.
Classes resumed at an elementary school in the city of Toyama on Tuesday amid tight security, a week after a man killed a security guard who worked at the school and a police officer, with a knife and a gun, as well as firing bullets at the school. (Japan Times)
A Japanese research team has discovered 3 World War Two-era submarines, including a German-made U-boat, in a bay opening towards the Sea of Japan. (NHK)
The operator of the main train network in Tokyo says it will install security cameras on all trains before the 2020 Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic Games to prevent terrorism and other crimes. (NHK)
Japan captain Makoto Hasebe announced Tuesday he is retiring from the national team, a day after Samurai Blue were knocked out of the Russia World Cup by Belgium. (Kyodo)
Japan on Tuesday approved an energy plan that sets ambitious targets for nuclear energy use and sustains a struggling program for spent-fuel recycling despite setbacks after the 2011 Fukushima disaster.
The organizing committee of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics says it plans to sell tickets for children, senior citizens and people with disabilities for 2020 yen, or about 18 dollars. (NHK)
Chiba Institute of Technology unveiled Wednesday a transformable machine that can play dual roles - as both a robot, fused with artificial intelligence technologies, and a vehicle to enhance personal mobility. (Japan Times)
Japan's first hotel featuring the cartoon character Snoopy is to open on August 1st in the western city of Kobe. (NHK)
French wine lovers have risen up in revolt after a Japanese couple who make "outstanding" wine in southern France were threatened with deportation. (Japan Today)
This spring, the Fukuoka Board of Education suddenly informed the 120 "guest teachers" responsible for its elementary school English classes that they were no longer welcome. (Japan Times)
Japanese Emperor Akihito is resting for a 3rd day in a row due to cerebral anemia, although officials say his condition is improving. (NHK)
Japanese airline ANA Holdings Inc said it will cancel 113 domestic flights between July 6 through July 12 to inspect Rolls-Royce Holdings Plc engines for compressor issues that have led to service interruptions for airlines globally. (Japan Today)
Public prosecutors arrested a senior Japanese education ministry official on Wednesday for having his child pass an entrance exam of a private university fraudulently in return for giving the institution favorable treatment concerning a university support program of his ministry. (Jiji)
Some 130 people who had been stranded at a hot spring resort in Hokkaido were rescued Wednesday after torrential rains triggered landslides in the area the previous day. (Japan Times)
Personnel expenses at Japan's large corporations have grown to their highest level in 16 years as a deepening shortage of workers has forced them to increase pay for part-timers. (Nikkei)
An agency whose clients include the popular Japanese dancing and singing group EXILE has been found to have failed to declare about 300 million yen ($2.7 million) in income for the four years through March 2017, a source close to the matter said Thursday. (Kyodo)
The latest forecast from Japan's government sees GDP growing by about 1.5 percent in fiscal 2019. Officials expect the current recovery to continue even after the planned consumption tax hike to 10 percent in October 2019. (NHK)