NIGS. Negros Occidental Governor Eugenio Jose Lacson with Negrense scholars who recently graduated from Miyakonojo Higashi High School in Miyakonojo City, Miyazaki Prefecture, Japan. (Capitol Photo) NINE Negrense High School students were among 170 students graduating from Miyakonojo Higashi High School (MHHS) in Miyakonojo City, Miyazaki Prefecture, Japan on Saturday,Read More →

Japan’s Emperor Naruhito turned 62 on Wednesday. Ahead of his birthday, he expressed his thoughts to the media at the Imperial Palace in Tokyo. The emperor said his heart aches when he thinks of people who have lost their jobs due to the coronavirus pandemic and are struggling financially orRead More →

Evgeniia Ozerkina/iStock via Getty Images The APAC economies of Japan and Australia have seen their paths diverge amid mixed COVID-19 Omicron developments. While COVID-19 cases in Japan continued to rise in early February, Australia saw virus-related disruptions ease, leading to a recovery in private sector output. Price trends also differed,Read More →

Japan’s highest-paid professional cosplayer, Enako, stars in a new cosplay photobook focused on Vtubers from Hololive Fantasy. Japan’s most popular cosplayers have come together to represent some of the country’s biggest Vtubers. The new cosplay collaboration has been put together by publisher Shuiesha’s Young Jump manga review. The project isRead More →

For years, Olive Mukashema, a resident of Kigabiro Sector, Rwamagana District, cultivated rice in the traditional way for fear of losing water for irrigation during the dry season and lack of skills on how to to solve the problem. However, when the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) launched its projectRead More →

Beijing – Japanese Olympic team captain Miho Takagi won her second silver medal in speed skating at the Beijing Winter Games on Sunday, finishing just behind newly crowned U.S. champion Erin Jackson in the women’s 500 meters. Jackson, 29, lapped the track at the Beijing National Speed ​​Skating Oval inRead More →

US Secretary of State Antony Blinken and his Japanese and South Korean counterparts met in Hawaii to discuss the threat posed by nuclear-armed North Korea after a series of missile tests. Blinken met in Honolulu on Saturday with Japanese Foreign Minister Yoshimasa Hayashi and South Korean Foreign Minister Chung Eui-yong.Read More →

French President Emmanuel Macron has said his country will build six new nuclear reactors and consider building eight more. Speaking in the eastern city of Belfort on Thursday, Macron stressed that France had no choice but to rely on nuclear energy as well as renewable energy sources if it wasRead More →

IIT BHU and Japan’s Niigata University Partner for Student Exchange Programs, Joint Research and More – Details | Photo credit: Representative image Highlights IIT BHU and Niigata University, Japan signed an agreement to work on cooperation in the field of education Joint research and student exchange programsRead More →

Heavy snowfall rocked large swaths of Japan, with some regions seeing record accumulations. Weather officials warn of possible disruptions to the transportation system and snow-related accidents. The Japan Meteorological Agency says a winter pressure pattern and a cold air mass have brought snow to places along the Sea of ​​JapanRead More →

Restrictions on entry to Japan that were imposed at the start of the coronavirus pandemic two years ago continue to hurt the operations of German companies in a key and long-standing market. Several German companies are rethinking their strategies in the world’s third-largest economy, with Japan showing no signs ofRead More →

Japanese input device specialist Cooyoo has expanded its line of Crazy Small devices with the crazy little wheel (Going through pc watch). A major clue to this input device’s singular function is the word ‘wheel’ – it’s a USB Type-C mouse wheel device. Now for the “crazy people” – theRead More →

The head of the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons, or ICAN, has urged Japan to contribute to the nuclear weapons treaty effort. Saturday marked one year since the entry into force of the UN treaty banning the use, development and possession of nuclear weapons. Fifty-nine countries and regions haveRead More →

The Japanese government has decided to declare a near-state of emergency for 13 additional prefectures, including Tokyo, due to an increase in coronavirus infections. The declaration will be in place from Friday to February 13. The 13 prefectures are: Tokyo, Saitama, Chiba, Kanagawa, Gunma, Niigata, Aichi, Gifu, Mie, Kagawa, Nagasaki,Read More →

January 19, 2022 What was claimed Japan has dropped Covid-19 vaccine mandates. Our opinion Japan has never enforced a Covid-19 vaccine mandate. Its government websites make it clear that vaccination is encouraged but optional. What was claimed Myocarditis has been listed on Covid-19 vaccine labels in Japan as a potentialRead More →

Harumi Ozawa (Agence France-Presse) Tokyo ● Wed 19 January 2022 2022-01-19 15:25 0 0c06e8ca436d6e21bba3a7085612791b 2 Art & Culture Japan,Tokyo,shopping,handicap,handicap-equality,souvenirs To free In a trendy Tokyo neighborhood, customers browse the wares of Majerca, a shop filled with handmade items from scarves to glassware, all produced by people with disabilities. The shopRead More →

South Korean military sources say North Korea aims to improve its ability to successively launch ballistic missiles and is also working to improve their accuracy. North Korea fired two projectiles, believed to be short-range ballistic missiles, Monday morning. South Korea’s Joint Chiefs of Staff said the missiles were fired atRead More →

The Japan Society Contemporary Dance Festival, an annual event that samples recent work from several East Asian countries, skipped last year, with the assumption that by 2022 everything would be back to normal. the normal. Never mind. Even though the latest virus variant and outbreak has forced more cancellations andRead More →

The Biden administration has assembled a group that will prepare new countermeasures for the emergence of future variants of COVID-19 and other pandemic threats, after the arrival of the omicron strain caused an uproar in the economy and the American healthcare system. The Pandemic Innovation Task Force, formed by theRead More →

On Friday, more than 20,000 new coronavirus infections were confirmed across Japan. The surge in cases, which is attributed to the Omicron variant, has authorities thinking about how to maintain social and economic activity. It is the first time in more than four months that the daily tally has exceededRead More →

What do you wish we had known more about playing video games competitively?It doesn’t matter if the game is 1v1 or 5v5, it’s a team game with real people. It’s pretty close to real sport. In fact, I think it’s the same thing. If you’re a football or basketball fan,Read More →

Japanese courts are working hard to make information technology available for court proceedings, a move that has been in part boosted by the COVID-19 pandemic, as the country lags behind in digital reform of court cases. In April last year, the Supreme Court launched a division to promote digital reform,Read More →

Kimonos and gangsta flair to celebrate freedom and individuality before conforming to Japanese society. Every year in Japan, a new group of adults celebrates its 20th anniversary with a local seijinishiki “coming of age ceremony“. And every year we move towards Kitakyushu City in Fukuoka Prefecture, for the the biggestRead More →

The late 1990s were absolutely crazy times for the professional wrestling world all over the world. In the United States, the fierce rivalry between WCW and WWF in the Monday Night Wars prompted the two companies to shake things up, looking for new ways to capture audiences and gain theRead More →

Aichi Prefecture Police investigators enter the Yamaguchi-gumi crime syndicate headquarters in Kobe City, Hyogo Prefecture, in this file photo taken on September 14, 2017. (Mainichi) Former members of the crime syndicate are struggling to find jobs after putting the yakuza world behind them. In the decade ending 2020, some 5,900Read More →

This file photo from December 8, 2015 shows Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga, center, at the inauguration ceremony for the International Counterterrorism Intelligence Unit. (Mainichi / Shinnosuke Kyan) The Mainichi Shimbun answers some common questions readers may have about the Japanese equivalent of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA). Question: IsRead More →

The first round of the Australia Clean Hydrogen Trade Program (ACHTP) will focus on exporting clean hydrogen to Japan as part of the Japan-Australia Technology Decarbonization Partnership. Courtesy of Kawasaki Heavy Industries The current Australian government, led by Scott morrison, wants to develop the country’s own H2 export industry. Thus,Read More →

The Ministry of Water Resources and the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) signed an agreement yesterday to officially launch a technical cooperation project on the preparation of national irrigation standards. The signing ceremony was held at the Ministry of Water Resources in the presence of Secretary of State Bun HeanRead More →

If you are an expat looking for a job in Japan, you will be surprised at the opportunities. There are many job opportunities for foreigners, and you should check the relevant sites to search for these jobs. Looking for a job in Japan does not require knowledge of the JapaneseRead More →

~~ Thousands of “used” Darumas? Welcome to the mountain temple of Katsuō-ji. It could be said with certainty that Katsuō-ji Temple could be classified as an “under the radar” type of location. When people think of Osaka, they more often think of castles, skyscrapers or Universal Studios Japan. However, OsakaRead More →

NEW YORK – Almost a year after Joe Biden’s narrow presidential victory over Donald Trump, the United States remains on a razor’s edge. Many political outcomes are possible. These range from the progressive economic and political reform sought by Biden to the subversion of the election and constitutional regime thatRead More →

Author: Ben Ascione, Waseda University Japan’s political calendar in 2021 has been dominated by the government’s commitment to host the Tokyo Olympics postponed to July amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the election of the leader of the Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) in power in September and the lower house elections inRead More →

The Chinese interior city of Xi’an in Shaanxi province has counted more than 1,200 cases of the coronavirus in the past three weeks. The spread of the virus in the city has become the largest this year in China. Health officials say 161 locally transmitted cases were confirmed in theRead More →

December 31, 2021 Toppan, a communications company, the Yoi-Otera Research Institute, the Borderless Art Organization and the NPO Support Center DREAM are working with Stichting hetWerkvan, an organization supporting artists with intellectual disabilities in the Netherlands, to organize an online reality exhibition virtual in the Ryuhozan The Daitoku-ji Zuiho-in templeRead More →

Free agent third baseman Kyle Seager announced his retirement on Wednesday after 11 seasons with the Seattle Mariners. Seager, who turned 34 in November, set career highs with 35 homers and 101 RBIs in the Mariners’ 90-game winning season of 2021. “Today, I am announcing my retirement from Major LeagueRead More →

If you are a resident of Japan and crave the savory calorie bomb of a large order of McDonald’s French fries with your Kokuuma Angus Beef Balognese Gracoro sandwich or beef pie dessert, you might encounter a stern look from the chain employees. A shortage of fries is underway inRead More →

TOKYO, December 28, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Short Film Festival and Asia (SSFF & ASIA) is collaborating with Japan Cultural Expo on a project on Experiencing the Beauty of the Japanese Countryside. As part of this project, SSFF & ASIA is proud to present the “Achi Village Promotional Video”Read More →

To further increase and give a major boost to the trade sector between Cambodia and Japan, the government has established extensive liaison with the Cambodia Chamber of Commerce in Japan. In a December 17 sub-decree signed by Prime Minister Hun Sen, the CCC liaison was established in Sendei city, TohokuRead More →

Japan approves the Merck Covid pill Delivery of first batch of 1.6 million doses could start as early as Monday, PM says Patients who received Molnupiravir within five days of developing symptoms of the coronavirus were 30% less likely to be hospitalized or die than those who received a placebo,Read More →