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- 12/19/18--21:58: _Bank of Japan's Y40...
- 12/19/18--22:07: _SoftBank's bullish ...
- 12/19/18--22:08: _Nikkei ends below 2...
- 12/19/18--22:02: _JR East encouraging...
- 12/19/18--22:05: _Naked woman dies af...
- 12/19/18--21:55: _Japan to nix 'pregn...
- 12/19/18--21:52: _Students' killer se...
- 12/20/18--21:12: _Coca-Cola unfreezes...
- 12/20/18--21:09: _Honda marks its fir...
- 12/20/18--21:18: _Police agency unvei...
- 12/21/18--21:42: _Hokkaido: Ex-cop ou...
- 12/21/18--21:41: _Ghosn re-arrested f...
- 12/21/18--21:33: _Number of babies bo...
- 12/22/18--21:32: _Police seize 400 ma...
- 12/22/18--21:38: _Shibuya calls for s...
- 12/23/18--21:22: _Ghosn 'deceived' di...
- 12/23/18--21:23: _Hours after arrivin...
- 12/23/18--21:12: _Emperor Akihito tur...
- 12/23/18--21:16: _Crowds visit palace...
- 12/25/18--22:43: _Japan approves 126 ...
- 12/19/18--22:07: SoftBank's bullish IPO backfires as bad news saps momentum
- 12/19/18--22:08: Nikkei ends below 21,000 for first time in nine months
- 12/19/18--22:02: JR East encouraging commuters to stop walking on escalators
- 12/19/18--21:52: Students' killer sentenced to death
- 12/20/18--21:12: Coca-Cola unfreezes Japan price hikes as transport costs swell
- 12/20/18--21:09: Honda marks its first business jet sale in Japan
- 12/21/18--21:41: Ghosn re-arrested for aggravated breach of trust
- 12/22/18--21:32: Police seize 400 marijuana plants from Shibuya, Nakano residences
- 12/23/18--21:22: Ghosn 'deceived' directors to hide personal losses
- 12/23/18--21:12: Emperor Akihito turns 85
- 12/23/18--21:16: Crowds visit palace for Emperor's birthday
- 12/25/18--22:43: Japan approves 126 measures to attract more foreign workers
It’s been the most radical cash injection in history — nearly ¥400 trillion pumped into Japan’s economy over more than five years to slay deflation and kick growth into higher gear.
The CEO of SoftBank Group's Japanese mobile unit on Wednesday acknowledged the "challenging conditions" facing the company after its shares fell nearly 15% on their first day of trading, leaving retail investors nursing losses. (Nikkei)
The benchmark Nikkei average closed below 21,000 for the first time in nearly nine months on the Tokyo Stock Exchange Wednesday amid concerns over a slowdown in the global economy. (Japan Times)
East Japan Railway Company (JR East) has begun a campaign to encourage commuters to stand still on escalators. The campaign began at Tokyo Station on Monday. (Japan Today)
A 19-year-old naked Thai woman died after she was found unconscious in a hotel room in Tokyo, police said Wednesday. A 20-year-old male acquaintance of the woman was found collapsed on the sidewalk below the hotel near JR Uguisudani Station. (Japan Today)
Japan will stop charging extra for hospital visits by expectant mothers from next month amid criticism that the fee amounts to a tax on pregnancy and is applied even in cases where women do not need special care related to their pregnancy. (Japan Times)
A court in Osaka has sentenced a man to death for the murders of a 13-year-old girl and a 12-year-old boy.
Japan's top Coca-Cola distributor plans to pass higher transport costs on to customers with its first discretionary price hike in 27 years, a move that could unleash a wave of inflation in a risk-averse industry. (Nikkei)
Honda Motor delivered Thursday its first HondaJet business plane in Japan to prominent investor Kotaro Chiba, co-founder of game company Colopl. (Nikkei)
The National Police Agency on Thursday unveiled a draft bill that would allow vehicles with a high level of autonomous features to run on public roads, with an eye toward implementing the legislation in the first half of 2020. (Japan Times)
A former police officer who is out on bail over the possession of stimulant drugs has been arrested again for the same crime, reports the Sankei Shimbun (tokyoreporter.com)
Japanese prosecutors re-arrested Nissan Motor Co Ltd's ousted chairman Carlos Ghosn on Friday on fresh allegations of making Nissan shoulder 1.85 billion yen in personal investment losses, dashing chances he would be released on bail imminently. (Japan Today)
The estimated amount of babies born in Japan this year has dropped to the lowest number since comparable data became available in 1899, government figures showed Friday.
Two men have been arrested over the alleged cultivation of marijuana after nearly 400 plants were seized from residences in the metropolis, reports TV Asahi (tokyoreporter.com)
To prepare for the upcoming New Year’s countdown event, Shibuya Ward in Tokyo is asking convenience stores to refrain from selling alcoholic drinks in glass bottles from 9 p.m. on Dec 31 until 6 a.m. on Jan 1. (Japan Today)
Sources say former Nissan Motor chairman Carlos Ghosn deceived the board of directors to obtain their approval for transferring the latent losses from his personal currency trading to the automaker.
A 7-year-old Japanese boy, on holiday in Australia with his family, died in hospital Sunday after an incident while swimming at a public lagoon in the northern city of Cairns, according to local media reports. (Japan Times)
Japan's Emperor Akihito turned 85 on Sunday.
Nearly 83,000 people visited the Imperial Palace in central Tokyo on Sunday to celebrate Emperor Akihito's 85th birthday.
Japan's government on Tuesday adopted a slew of measures to encourage foreign nationals to work in the country and to smooth their integration into society. (Nikkei)