TOKYO: Japan prepared for their July series against France with a 43-7 victory over Uruguay in Kitakyushu on Saturday, scoring six tries to back up last week’s 34-15 victory over the South Americans in Tokyo. Skipper Atsushi Sakate gave Japan a strong start when he crossed after five minutes, andRead More →

Tokyo — the notable of Japan coronavirus pandemic resilience has generated dozens of possible explanations, from the country’s preference for going indoors without shoes, to the supposedly low-aerosol-generating nature of Japan’s silent conversation, to the beneficial gut bacteria of its citizens. Even irreligion – which would have spared Japanese peopleRead More →

The partnership focuses on the development of new digital solutions for health insurance companies Fujitsu and Salesforce Japan have announced the start of a collaboration to create new digital solutions for the healthcare industry in the Japanese market. Both companies will promote this initiative by leveraging Fujitsu’s expertise in reliableRead More →

Tokyo: Fujitsu and Salesforce Japan announced the start of a collaboration to create new digital solutions for the healthcare industry in the Japanese market. Both companies will promote this initiative by leveraging Fujitsu’s expertise in reliable medical and pharmaceutical data management and IT technologies, as well as Salesforce Japan’s trackRead More →

Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda said on Friday he was not considering raising Japan’s lowest interest rates. Toru Hanai/Bloomberg As bitcoin spills its credibility around the world, Japanese Haruhiko Kuroda says “hold my beer”. On Friday, the eyes of the financial world were on a hemorrhaging yen, Bank ofRead More →

U.S. Army Japan Commander Maj. Gen. Joel Vowell wears a new patch that combines the U.S. and Japanese flags during training at Camp Zama, Japan, June 17, 2022. (Seth Robson/Stars and Stripes) CAMP ZAMA, Japan – The military has authorized soldiers in Japan to wear a new patch symbolizing theirRead More →

Ukrainian leaders have said they would not be able to defeat Russian forces without help from their Western partners. They said they only had 10% of the weapons they needed. Now these partners have agreed to help. On Wednesday, US Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin chaired a meeting of nearlyRead More →

New Jersey, United States – Verified Market Research provides an encyclopedic study of Japan outplacement services market with holistic insights into the key factors and aspects impacting the future market growth. The Japanese outplacement services market has been analyzed for the forecast period 2022-2029 and the historical period 2017-2021. ToRead More →

Floyd Mayweather Jr. will continue his exhibition tour. The newly inducted former five-division champion and pound-for-pound king has confirmed his upcoming exhibition bout, which will be against mixed martial artist Mikuru Asakura. The event will take place as part of a September Rizin Fighting Federation show in Japan on RIZINRead More →

The Global Japan Software Outsourcing Market Research Report is an in-depth analysis of the Japan Software Outsourcing industry as a whole, while delving into the most critical and prevalent growth factors and restraints, followed by key market opportunities. The competitive scenario of the global Japan Software Outsourcing Market is extensivelyRead More →

Japan’s defense minister pledged on Saturday to strengthen the country’s deterrence capabilities and strengthen its alliance with the United States, citing Japan’s position as a frontline opponent of “actors who flout the rules “. Speaking to the Shangri La Dialogue In Singapore, Defense Minister Nobuo Kishi said Japan was onRead More →

Australia, New Zealand and Japan can now use Tesla Vision, a camera-based and neural network-based Autopilot feature that helps drivers drive safely when the feature is activated. Tesla recently expanded Tesla Vision, its camera-based autopilot, to Australia and New Zealand, Teslarati reported. In May 2021, Tesla began shipping its ModelRead More →

PARIS (ESA PR) — Engineers have connected Japan and Europe via space-based next-generation 5G telecommunications links. This is the first time that such an intercontinental connection has been established between Europe and Japan. Next-generation 5G technology is poised to deliver fast, high-volume data connectivity to fuel society’s digital transformation. WhenRead More →

Photo by @taconorisushitacos via @japanmarketvancouver The Japanese Market Summer Festival takes place this weekend (June 11-12), featuring more than 70 vendors of Japanese and Japanese-themed food, art and culture – the perfect mix for a day well filled. Organized by three Japanese-Canadians and Vancouver-based business owners, Yuko Yoshida (Pac WestRead More →

PRESS RELEASE Inaba Peanuts Co., Ltd. produces more food types than its name suggests. Founded over a century ago as a maker of rice crackers in 1918, the company has specialized in processing peanuts since 1947. It now also produces snacks such as almonds, cashews, walnuts, chestnuts, Japanese dried plums,Read More →

Roland DG has partnered with an interactive art exhibition in Tokyo to produce a high resolution digital reproduction of renowned artist Katsushika Hokusai’s ceiling painting titled “Phoenix Glaring in All Directions”. Phoenix glaring in all directions at Gansho-in Temple in Nagano “The remarkable artwork is currently displayed in the mainRead More →

The Japanese equity market ended the session slightly higher on Tuesday, June 07, 2022, with buying interest rising due to the depreciation of the yen to a two-decade low of 132 against the dollar, prompting buying interest. export-oriented stocks as weaker yen boosts their overseas earnings once repatriated. At theRead More →

Akihabara News (Tokyo) – UK-based vertiport developer Urban-Air Port has entered the Japanese market, forming a partnership with Tokyo-based technology company Blue Innovation. Urban-Air Port has made industry headlines in recent weeks for displaying its prototype vertiport at a venue in downtown Coventry, England, raising awareness of the imminent arrivalRead More →

Customers say sayonara to a convenience store icon in a very unusual location. Japan has many Family market convenience stores scattered across the country, but have you ever wondered which is the smallest of all? This distinction goes to the Family Mart located on Platform 1 of Tsuruhashi Station inRead More →

Japanese Ambassador Kazuhiko Koshikawa confers the Order of the Rising Sun, Golden Rays with Neck Ribbon on lawyer Eusebio Tan PHOTOS BY J. GERARD SEGUIA Atti. Eusebio Tan received the Order of the Rising Sun, Golden Rays with Neck Ribbon, during an award ceremony held at the Residence of theRead More →

Olena Patrikei, right, with a Russian interpreter in Tokyo’s Chiyoda district on Wednesday. (Japan News-Yomiuri) TOKYO – Many Ukrainians who fled to Japan after Russia invaded their country are expressing concern about their long-term prospects here. Thursday marked three months since the government began accepting refugees from Ukraine, and moreRead More →

Representative picture An automobile exhibition in the city of Yokohama focusing on carbon-neutral automobiles and automobile manufacturing companies taking steps to reduce carbon emissions. The efforts of two of the world’s largest automobile production companies, TOYOTA and ISUZU, have attracted attention. “Toyota presents carbon neutrality as an important theme. AsRead More →

(Photo: IHI Corporation)A photograph of IHI Corporation’s Kairyudeep Ocean Current Turbine and its two counter-rotating turbines. Japan could be the pioneer nation that will bring endless green energy to the world. Japanese heavy machinery manufacturer IHI Corp. recently successfully tested the prototype of its underwater turbine which converts the momentumRead More →

The Japanese stock market ended its session lower on Thursday, June 2, 2022, weighed down by profit-taking stemming from a continued pullback on Wall Street overnight following renewed concern over the Reserve’s aggressive monetary tightening plans. federal government in response to high inflation. However, market losses were limited as theRead More →

OnMicro, an innovator in RF semiconductors and SoCs, today announced that it has entered into a distribution agreement with Japanese electronics distributor Takachiho Koheki (TK) Co. Ltd. This agreement allows Takachiho Koheki (TK) to represent OnMicro and promote its RF front end and SoC products throughout the Japanese market. “RFRead More →

Late last week, Maple Plain-based manufacturer Proto Labs Inc. announced plans to close its manufacturing facility in Japan. The move is expected to cost the company up to $9.5 million in restructuring costs, according to a May 31 filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. The filing says theRead More →

Jhe sight of Midori Takada whipping between drums, cymbals and marimba is something few observers forget. She is a bewitching performer of great physical intensity. So his billing as a “70-year-old percussionist” before a performance at Melbourne’s Rising Festival — kind of like calling Paul McCartney an 80-year-old guitarist —Read More →

The central government plans to increase investment in education and vocational training to attract workers from developed industries to sectors with strong prospects for future growth. It aims to achieve this through actions such as expanding career counseling for workers and encouraging them to find secondary jobs. The move comesRead More →

HONOLULU (KHON2) — Hawaiian Airlines will resume flights between Honolulu Airport and Japan’s Narita Airport on Monday, August 1. Hawaiian Airlines will offer three weekly flights between Honolulu and Narita Airport and one weekly flight between Honolulu and Kansai Airport in Osaka, the airline announced Friday, May 27. Get theRead More →

Since coming to power in October 2014, President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo has sought to refurbish Indonesia’s derelict infrastructure, including energy supply. His administration postponed a previous government target, set in early 2014, of getting 23% of the country’s primary energy needs from renewable sources by 2025, targeting geothermal, wind, bioenergy,Read More →

After an extraordinary spray monday labeling Pierre Duton a conservative “extremist”, Premier of Western Australia Marc McGowan turned its anger on the Victoria Labor government over its $2.6 billion bid to host the 2026 Commonwealth Games. McGowan has denounced the mismanagement of state budgets, including by his fellow Labor PrimeRead More →

Recognizing that the path to energy security is through clean energy, the United States and Japan intend to build on their cooperation to increase climate ambition, including through decarbonization and clean energy, and to continue to lead their respective national climate efforts and accelerate international climate change. stock. Both partiesRead More →

The terminal has parking spaces that can accommodate approximately 8,000 units. Credit: K LINE. Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha (K LINE) and Daito Corporation have start operation of the Yokohama Daikoku C-4 terminal in Japan, which will use renewable energy. Pure Car and Truck Carrier (PCTC) Ivory Arrow, operated by K LINE,Read More →

THE two big gaps in the Asia-Pacific aviation recovery are China and Japan, Willie Walsh noted, IATA‘s chief executive, in his keynote address at the Changi Aviation Summit this week. “As long as the Chinese government maintains its zero-Covid approach, it is difficult to see the country’s borders reopening. ThisRead More →