Tokyo Architecture Guide: 30 Iconic Buildings to Visit in Japan’s Capital © Nacása & Partners Inc.. Image Miyashita Park by Nikken Sekkei Share Share Facebook Twitter pinterest WhatsApp To post Or https://www.archdaily.com/168654/tokyo-architecture-city-guide-30-iconic-buildings-to-visit-in-japans-capital-city One of the world’s major metropolises, Tokyo is home to extraordinary architecture that fascinates with its blend ofRead More →

By Yoshifumi Takemoto and Kantaro Komiya TOKYO (Reuters) – Core consumer prices in Japan’s capital rose at the fastest annual rise in more than two years in March, propelled by soaring energy costs. The relentless upward trend in global commodity prices after the war in Ukraine could ruin Japan’s fragile,Read More →

BEIJING, November 23, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — The first China-Japan Capital Markets Research Forum was held in Shanghai with academics, financial investors and entrepreneurs from China and Japan exchange ideas on post-pandemic trends and changes in international investment. The Capital Market Research Forum is organized by Nomura Orient International Securities Co.,Read More →

BEIJING, 23 November 2021 / PRNewswire / – The First China-Japan Capital Markets Study Forum Held In Shanghai with academics, financial investors and entrepreneurs from China and Japan exchange ideas on post-pandemic trends and changes in international investment. The Capital Markets Research Forum is organized by Nomura Orient International SecuritiesRead More →

BEIJING, 23 November 2021 / PRNewswire / – The First China-Japan Capital Markets Study Forum Held In Shanghai with academics, financial investors and entrepreneurs from China and Japan exchange ideas on post-pandemic trends and changes in international investment. The Capital Markets Research Forum is organized by Nomura Orient International SecuritiesRead More →

Almost overnight, Japan became an astonishing and somewhat mysterious coronavirus achievement. New daily COVID-19 cases have fallen from a peak of nearly 6,000 in mid-August in Tokyo, with the number of cases in the densely populated capital now consistently below 100, an 11-month low. The bars are packed, the trainsRead More →

TOKYO (Reuters) – Japanese companies cut spending on plant and equipment for the fourth straight quarter in January-March as the economy struggles to shake off the drag of the coronavirus pandemic. Weak business spending should worry policymakers who hope that strong domestic demand will help make the country’s economic recoveryRead More →