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- 11/11/18--19:45: _Capsule with ISS ex...
- 11/12/18--21:26: _SoftBank unveils Y2...
- 11/12/18--21:12: _Canned mackerel cer...
- 11/12/18--21:17: _Palace grounds to o...
- 11/12/18--21:04: _71-year-old man hel...
- 11/13/18--20:48: _SoftBank's mobile I...
- 11/13/18--20:50: _Salt prices to rise...
- 11/13/18--20:35: _Tokyo Disneyland se...
- 11/13/18--20:47: _Japanese insurers t...
- 11/13/18--20:31: _Abe, Pence reaffirm...
- 11/13/18--20:39: _Rubella infections ...
- 11/13/18--20:44: _Suicides spiking in...
- 11/13/18--20:32: _Japan may accept 47...
- 11/14/18--22:51: _ASEAN to groom 80,0...
- 11/14/18--22:56: _SoftBank commits an...
- 11/14/18--22:48: _Japan's economy shr...
- 11/14/18--22:54: _NHK unveils lineup ...
- 11/14/18--22:45: _340,000 foreigners ...
- 11/14/18--22:43: _Japan court acquits...
- 11/15/18--20:52: _Man in charge of cy...
- 11/16/18--21:44: _Ikea Japan to open ...
- 11/16/18--21:44: _Japan to improve Eb...
- 11/16/18--21:42: _Suga dismisses Puti...
- 11/16/18--21:45: _Kyoto: Man stabs wo...
- 11/16/18--21:27: _JAL, ANA to tighten...
- 11/12/18--21:26: SoftBank unveils Y2.4 trillion IPO for Japan mobile telecom business
- 11/12/18--21:12: Canned mackerel certified as space food
- 11/12/18--21:17: Palace grounds to open for autumn viewing
- 11/12/18--21:04: 71-year-old man held for allegedly attacking woman
- 11/13/18--20:48: SoftBank's mobile IPO marks Son's latest risky play
- 11/13/18--20:50: Salt prices to rise for the first time in three decades
- 11/13/18--20:35: Tokyo Disneyland seeks rejection of costumed performers' suit
- 11/13/18--20:47: Japanese insurers to pay out a record 1tn yen in FY2018
- 11/13/18--20:31: Abe, Pence reaffirm cooperation on North Korea
- 11/13/18--20:39: Rubella infections starting to spread across Japan
- 11/13/18--20:44: Suicides spiking in Kabukicho after woman’s fatal fall
- 11/13/18--20:32: Japan may accept 47,000 foreign workers next year
- 11/14/18--22:51: ASEAN to groom 80,000 tech specialists with Japan's help
- 11/14/18--22:56: SoftBank commits another $3 billion to WeWork
- 11/14/18--22:48: Japan's economy shrinks annualized 1.2%
- 11/14/18--22:54: NHK unveils lineup for year-end music show — without K-pop group BTS
- 11/14/18--22:43: Japan court acquits tattooist for operating without medical license
- 11/16/18--21:44: Ikea Japan to open outlet in Harajuku in 2020
- 11/16/18--21:42: Suga dismisses Putin's remarks on 2 islands
- 11/16/18--21:45: Kyoto: Man stabs woman at supermarket
- 11/16/18--21:27: JAL, ANA to tighten alcohol rules after pilot drinking scandals
A capsule ejected from a space cargo vessel returned to Earth on Sunday, bringing back experiment samples from the International Space Station (ISS) in the first such mission for Japan. (Japan Times)
SoftBank Group Corp. is seeking to raise ¥2.4 trillion in the initial public offering of its domestic telecommunications operations scheduled for Dec. 19.
Canned mackerel developed by high school students in central Japan has been officially certified as space food by the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, or JAXA.
The Imperial Palace grounds in Tokyo will be partially opened to the public early next month for autumn foliage viewing.
A 71-year-old man has been arrested in connection with an assault on a woman in Yokohama, after he was apparently filmed walking right behind her with a stick.
SoftBank Group has set the stage for what is likely to be one of the largest initial public offerings ever, with its move to float mobile phone unit SoftBank Corp. But as Chairman and CEO Masayoshi Son completes the conglomerate's divergence into an investing holding company and a wireless provider, market watchers see significant risks on both fronts. (Nikkei)
For the first time in almost three decades the Salt Industry Center of Japan has announced it will raise the price on many of its products by around 15 percent, indicating inflation has finally arrived in at least some industries. (Japan Times)
Oriental Land Co. ltd., the operator of Tokyo Disneyland, asked a court Tuesday to reject a suit filed by two female workers seeking damages for overwork and harassment while they were working as costumed performers at the theme park.
With Japan having suffered extensive damage from a number of natural disasters this year, the country's three top damage insurers are expected to pay out a record 1 trillion yen ($8.7 billion) in combined insurance claims in fiscal 2018 through March 2019. (Nikkei)
Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has pledged greater cooperation with the United States on denuclearizing the Korean Peninsula. Abe met US Vice President Mike Pence in Tokyo on Tuesday.
Health officials in Japan say nearly 2,000 people have contracted rubella, or German measles, this year.
The dark side lurking within the Kabukicho red-light district of Shinjuku Ward — today, something like a mix of a theme park and a strip club — can easily get lost amid its blinking lights and the roar of Godzilla. (tokyoreporter.com)
Japan's government has projected up to 47,000 foreign workers could come to the country in fiscal 2019 under proposed revisions to the immigration law.
Japan will help countries in the Association of Southeast Asian Nations groom 80,000 manufacturing and digital industry specialists over five years, part of a broader effort by Tokyo toward cooperation in the Indo-Pacific region.
SoftBank Group Corp. is continuing to push money into one of its biggest investments: WeWork Cos. (Japan Times)
Japan's economy contracted for the first time in 2 quarters. Government officials say a string of natural disasters in the period dented exports and consumer spending.
Public broadcaster NHK announced Wednesday the lineup for its annual New Year’s Eve music extravaganza, but K-pop group BTS — under fire recently for a controversial T-shirt worn by one of its members — was not included. (Japan Times)
Between 260,000 and 340,000 foreign workers are estimated to flow into Japan in the five years from next April through an envisioned immigration control law revision aimed at dealing with the country's serious labor crunch, government sources said Tuesday. (Japan Today)
A Japanese high court on Wednesday overturned a lower court decision and acquitted a tattooist for operating without a medical license, ruling the process is not a medical practice. (Kyodo)
On 14 October, the Minister in charge of the 2020 Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic Games, Yoshitaka Sakurada was questioned by opposition party members in the Japanese Diet. In one particular exchange with Constitutional Democratic Party member Masato Imai he made a surprising revelation. (soranews24.com)
Ikea Japan K.K. said Thursday it will open an outlet in front of Harajuku Station in Tokyo in spring 2020.
A Japanese national research institute said Thursday it will import strains of Ebola and four other deadly viruses to improve detection processes amid a rise in the number of foreign visitors to the country.
Japan's Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga has dismissed Russian President Vladimir Putin's remarks on the possible return of 2 of the 4 Russian-held islands at the center of a long-running territorial dispute.
Kyoto Prefectural Police on Friday apprehended a man after he is believed to have stabbed a woman at a supermarket in Kyoto City’s Sakyo Ward, reports Fuji News Network (tokyoreporter.com)
Japan Airlines Co. and All Nippon Airways Co. pledged Friday to administer more stringent alcohol tests for pilots and use new testing equipment in response to recent drinking incidents involving flight crew.