Author: Hiroshi Ono, Hitotsubashi University Working in Japan is full of rigidities. Flexible working arrangements, such as remote work and flexible working hours, remain low compared to other OECD countries. The digitization was slow to get started and, even monitoring the state of Japan’s digital infrastructure, flexible working arrangements remainRead More →

A Japanese government panel on the country’s defense capabilities called for the rapid deployment of missiles with counterattack capabilities. He also suggested that tax hikes would be the preferred way to fund increased defense capabilities. The panel presented a report on Tuesday on ways to significantly improve the country’s defenseRead More →

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said the Russian military launched about 400 artillery rounds in the east of the country on Sunday. Zelenskyy said in a video message on Sunday that the fiercest battles were still taking place in the Donetsk region. He said: “The number of Russian bombing opportunities remains,Read More →

The co-creator of the iconic video game Sonic the Hedgehog was arrested today by the Special Investigations Department of the Tokyo District Attorney’s Office for alleged insider trading, according to a report in Variety. Naka Yuji, along with two other former employees of the game developer Square-Enixwas taken into custodyRead More →

YOKOHAMA, Japan – Nissan received his sixth consecutive gold medal in Japan of the Work With Pride organization to be an LGBTQ+ friendly workplace. Nissan strives to create a workplace that supports diversity, equity and inclusion, and values ​​every employee. It aims to be a truly sustainable business that helpsRead More →

Reuters Reuters HONG KONG (Reuters Breakingviews) – With slowing growth, depressed demographics and a steep trade balance deficit, Tokyo wants to incubate startups and pour more public money into cutting-edge sectors like semiconductors and telecommunications. new generation. Prime Minister Fumio Kishida said he would put innovation and scientific research atRead More →

The Japanese Embassy in Nairobi offers scholarships for Kenyan students in four different categories. These categories include Embassies (Monbukagakusho: MEXT), Young Leaders Program, Japan Study Program, and Japan Student Services Organization. (JASO). Le explained that all application procedures for the Japanese Government Scholarships (Monbukagakusho: MEXT) are conducted through the JapaneseRead More →

Shortly after announcing that she looking for a personal assistantOnlyFans creator Gracie Hartie now shares some possible perks the successful candidate will appreciate. In a TikTok video posted Friday, Nov. 4, Hartie shared some clips of his personal photographer assistant enjoying an array of activities in Japan — like makingRead More →

British Columbia delegates are about to embark on the first post-COVID-19 forestry trade mission to Japan, seeking to increase business opportunities, meet customers and partners, and encourage increased use of products British Columbia lumber. “Japan is a critically important export market for BC’s high-quality wood products, and we are delightedRead More →

Japan Pulp & Paper Co., Ltd. (headquarters in Tokyo; Akihiko Watanabe, President; hereinafter, “the company”) announces the publication in English of its integrated report, Japan Pulp & Paper Group Integrated Report 2022 following the publication of the Japanese version in September. This is the first time the company has publishedRead More →

Koji award-winning directors Fukada and Tsai Ming Liang expressed concern about the state of cinema in Japan and Taiwan respectively during an onstage conversation at the Tokyo International Film Festival (TIFF). Tsai, whose films have won prestigious awards at Cannes, Venice and Berlin, reflected on the rich period of TaiwaneseRead More →

Toda City, located north of Tokyo in Saitama Prefecture, is using metaverse-based tools to tackle the absenteeism problem facing Japan. The city includes children in virtual spaces where they can explore virtual campuses and take online classes, while preparing to eventually join regular classes again. Toda City fights absenteeism withRead More →

Eds: This story was provided by The Conversation for AP customers. The Associated Press does not guarantee the content. Kevin C. Taylor, University of Memphis (THE CONVERSATION) The word “waste” is often scary. People fear that they are not making the most of their time, whether at work or atRead More →

The All Blacks unsurprisingly rolled out a different look for their first test of their Northern Tour, despite giving two Blues stars their first starts in the black jersey. Roger Tuivasa-Sheck. (Source: Getty) Coach Ian Foster named his squad to face Japan in Tokyo on Saturday night after a rockyRead More →

Credit: Fit Zstudio/Shutterstock Fujitsu and Toyota Systems announced the launch of a new vehicle production instruction system at Toyota Motor’s Tsutsumi Assembly Plant that uses Fujitsu’s quantum-inspired digital annealing technology. Digital annealing is believed to provide users with access to a powerful combined optimization problem-solving capability for challenges difficult forRead More →

While tourism has come to a standstill during the pandemic, Japan’s tourism industry has been no exception. After a four-year hiatus, the “Tourism Expo Japan 2022” was held in Tokyo with the aim of reviving tourism in the country. At the expo, major players in the tourism industry, as wellRead More →

Comment this story Comment Japan’s finance minister is adamant. It “absolutely” cannot tolerate excessive movements in the yen. No one asks him to do otherwise. What the country can do — and has made an encouraging start — is accept prolonged weakness in its currency. There is little appetite toRead More →

*Shakuka, SEVEN, escaped death when his mother tried to strangle him earlier this year in Windhoek. Unfortunately, her little sister didn’t. His 28-year-old mother is currently in police custody for the alleged murder of her 10-day-old sister. Police spokesman Silas Shipandeni said after the woman allegedly murdered the girl, sheRead More →

AUD/JPY accepts offers to refresh daily low, extends yesterday’s pullback from two-week high. Yields refresh their multi-year high as inflation data rekindles recession woes. Verbal intervention from Japan has been attracting JPY bulls lately, but real action is needed to avoid the risk of a meltdown. The Australian jobs reportRead More →

TOKYO, Oct 19 (Reuters) – The Japan Securities Dealers Association (JSDA) said on Wednesday that customer data had been leaked by Mitsubishi UFJ brokerage firm Morgan Stanley Securities, without specifying a timeframe for the leaks. The securities firm has shared 499 instances of confidential information from 401 clients with someRead More →

Politburo member Nguyen Xuan Thang, chairman of the Central Theory Council and president of the Ho Chi Minh National Academy of Politics (R) meets with Chairman of the Presidium of the Communist Party of Japan (CPJ) Central Committee Kazuo Shii. When meeting with Chairman of the Presidium of the CommunistRead More →

COMPANY NEWS: Secureworks, a global cybersecurity leader, today announced that its Taegis Expanded Detection and Response Platform will be generally available in Japan starting November 1, 2022. Secureworks Taegis XDR and Taegis ManagedXDR will enable Japanese organizations to improve their overall cybersecurity posture and reduce cyber risk. Taegis’ open andRead More →

Experienced Twilio and Salesforce Executive Joins Enterprise Automation Leader to Accelerate Innovation and Drive Business Transformation and Growth Enterprise automation software company UiPath (NYSE: PATH) has named Lee Hawksley as senior vice president and general manager for Asia Pacific and Japan, effective November 2022. UiPath said Hawksley, a seasoned executiveRead More →

People across the United States are feeling the pinch of rising food, housing and electricity prices. With a month to go before the midterm elections, Republican lawmakers blame the president for pushing inflation to its highest level in 40 years. However, Joe Biden says the latest jobs report is proofRead More →

It’s in the Stars Weekly Horoscope ♥ Love ¥ Money ♣ Luck RAM March 20 – April 18 ♥♥♥♥¥¥¥♣♣♣♣ Mercury moves directly this week. It’s always a reason to celebrate. The details may have slowed things down, but now they are gearing up at a faster pace. Vesta is theRead More →

In the coming weeks, Mark Zuckerberg will announce a new virtual reality headset from Meta Platforms Inc. Unfortunately, we already know what it will look like. A video of the alleged device made the rounds online after someone found one in a hotel room. Still, none of this should matter,Read More →

Photo taken on Sept. 29, 2022 shows commemorative stamps marking the 50th anniversary of the normalization of diplomatic relations between Japan and China in Tokyo, Japan. (Xinhua/Hua Yi) Japan and giant pandas have formed an unbreakable bond, said Akira Tamaki, designer of this stamp series and chief stamp designer atRead More →

SkyDrive, a Japan-based automotive startup, is now accelerating the development of the flying car, as reported by Nikkei Asia. (Photo: by Ethan Miller/Getty Images)LAS VEGAS, NEVADA – JANUARY 05: An attendee poses for photos in a prototype SkyDrive SD-03 ultra-light and compact flying vehicle that requires no leads at CESRead More →

Sep 22, 2022by WWL This year, we are highlighting nine labor and employment lawyers for their excellent work in the field, working on issues ranging from labor relations and employment contracts to compensation. Anderson Mori & Tomotsune is doing well with three practitioners listed.Nobuhito Sawasaki is recognized worldwide as aRead More →

International attention focused last weekend on Samarkand, Uzbekistan, site of the 22nd Shanghai Cooperation Organization Leaders’ Summit. Most of the reports involved speculation about who was in attendance: Chinese President Xi Jinping, making his first overseas trip since the COVID-19 pandemic began; Russian President Vladimir Putin, defending his invasion ofRead More →

TOKYO (AP) — A powerful typhoon approaching southern Japan battered the region with strong winds and heavy rain on Sunday, knocking out power, crippling ground and air transportation and prompting the evacuation of thousands of people. The Japan Meteorological Agency said Typhoon Nanmadol was near the southern island of Yakushima,Read More →

In the summer of 2023, students at Parkland College will study abroad in Japan. The 16-day program will be dedicated to exploring various parts of Japan, starting with the bustling city of Tokyo, followed by Kyoto, Hiroshima and finally Osaka. The excursion will give you the opportunity to experience JapaneseRead More →

jockstrap is a duo with extremely disparate backgrounds producing an extremely varied but totally unique production. Drawing from the contrasting disciplines of electronic music and jazz violin, the two artists share qualities of tireless perfectionism, work ethic and creativity, resulting in music, videos and images that all represent a singularRead More →