The Department of Agriculture (DA) has banned the import of chicken and other poultry products from Japan, Hungary and California due to bird flu threats. In separate orders, Principal Undersecretary for Agriculture Domingo Panganiban said the temporary ban affected domestic and wild birds and their products, including poultry meat, day-oldRead More →

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Japan Racing Association ” title=”Who will succeed 2021 winner Contrail in Sunday’s £5.5m Japan Cup?” class=”js-imageLoader” data-at-xn=”https://www. rp-assets.com/images/news/2021/11/28/101584-medium.jpeg” data-br-n=”https://www.rp-assets.com/images/news/2021/11/28 /101584-medium.jpeg” data-br-m=”https://www.rp-assets.com/images/news/2021/11/28/101584-large.jpeg” data-br-w=”https ://www.rp-assets.com/images/news/2021/11/28/101584-large.jpeg” data-br-xw=”https://www.rp-assets.com/images/news/ 2021/11/28/101584-large.jpeg ” onclick=”returns false;”> Who will succeed 2021 winner Contrail in Sunday’s £5.5million Japan Cup? Japan Racing Association By Scott Burton 9:00 a.m., November 21, 2022Read More →

In a recent study published in Emerging infectious diseasesresearchers performed bat sarbecovirus isolation experiments using Rhinolophus cornutus bats from several regions of Japan that were phylogenetically located in the same group of viruses related to severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2). Study: Isolation of Bat Sarbecovirus, Japan. Image Credit:Read More →

We, President Biden, Prime Minister Albanese and Prime Minister Kishida, today reaffirmed our commitment to work with Indo-Pacific partners to meet their needs for high-quality, sustainable infrastructure. At the Partnership for Global Infrastructure and Investment (PGII) event at the G20 Summit, we announced that the United States’ International Development FinanceRead More →

A Chinese Y-9 intelligence collection aircraft pictured near Okinawa, Japan on Nov. 14, 2022. (Japanese Defense Ministry) CAMP FOSTER, Okinawa — Japanese fighter jets rushed to intercept three Chinese planes, including a drone, near Okinawa on Monday, according to the Japanese Joint Chiefs of Staff. The Japan Air Self-Defense ForceRead More →

romantic killer is one of many anime series that deals with bullying in modern Japanese society. This subtle but deadly crime is something that is minimized, overlooked or mocked by the victim’s family, friends and peers. Trying to portray the reality of the crime and how it should be solved,Read More →

Toyota City Mayor Toshihiko Ota took the opportunity of his country’s return to the WRC calendar to host the FORUM8 Rally Japan Sustainability Forum, a day after the rally was awarded two stars with a view to obtaining the FIA’s full three-star environmental accreditation. Keynote addresses were delivered by theRead More →

Japan’s security plans involve doubling defense spending within five years, which will bring about a change in the sea where Japan’s pacifist constitution limits military capability. Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida (World News) In a preemptive measure to prepare for future and potential aggression, Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida pledgedRead More →

As of November 3, 2022, Tadashi Yanai was Japan’s richest man, with an estimated net worth of US$28.3 billion., followed by Masayoshi Jr. (#2, $23.1 billion), Takemitsu Takizaki (#3, $21.2 billion); and Takahisa Takahara (No. 4, $5.6 billion). Shigenobu Nagamori is the fifth richest person in Japan, with $3.9 billion.Read More →

Marketplace’s Econ Extra Credit series explores one documentary film per month with business and economic themes. Last month we watched “All Things Must Pass: The Rise and Fall of Tower Records”. Do you remember Tower Records? Well, turns out the physical stores of Tower Records are still big…in Japan. TowerRead More →

Japanese carrier ZIPAIR has increased capacity to California with additional weekly flights to San Jose. Between January and March 2023, the low-cost airline will increase from three flights per week to five, operated by its fleet of Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner. ZIPAIR adds frequencies to San Jose From January 11 toRead More →

Japanese producer Wada Arihiro and multi-hyphenate Ito Taichi have unveiled CinemaAirLane, an international distribution platform that will deliver international films directly to US theaters. The company’s system makes it possible to monetize films that do not have a distributor. It can also be used for distribution and marketing. The minimumRead More →

Saber Corporation (SABR Quick QuoteSABR – Free Report) recently announced that it has signed a new agreement with Japanese company MyStays Hotel Management. The travel technology company will enable the Asian hotelier to expand its global reach, attracting international and corporate customers as Japan eases pandemic-induced travel restrictions. Using Saber’sRead More →

64TH JAPAN SC SWIMMING CHAMPIONSHIPS Saturday October 22 and Sunday October 23 Tatsumi International Swimming Center, Tokyo, Japan GCS (25m) Results With the conclusion of the All Japan Short Course Championships 2022, the National Swimming Federation has revealed its roster for this year’s All Japan Short Course Championships in Melbourne,Read More →

Shares rise 2.9% on Monday’s trade Founder says company is recovering after management turmoil Regrets the delay in the choice of successors TOKYO, Oct 24 (Reuters) – Japanese electric motor maker Nidec Corp (6594.T) posted record second-quarter operating profit on Monday after passing on higher prices to customers, cutting costsRead More →

All presented by Armed Forces Entertainment JOINT BASE ANDREWS, Md., October 21, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Smooth, catchy musical beats by Bryce Vinea burst of energy and catchy tunes by a party band Pop rockand a mind-blowing escape room experience by Hurry Houdini are heading to U.S. military bases overseas toRead More →

By Kevin Buckland TOKYO, Oct 21 (Reuters) – Japan’s Nikkei share average slipped below 27,000 on Friday, following Wall Street’s losses overnight as aggressive rate hikes by the U.S. Federal Reserve could trigger a recession. However, strong gains in chip-related stocks amid an overnight rise in Philadelphia’s SE Semiconductor IndexRead More →

Author: Yoshihide Sakurai, Hokkaido University Former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe was shot dead on July 8, 2022 in Nara Prefecture while delivering a campaign speech in favor of a Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) candidate in the House of Councilors elections. The assassination led to public scrutiny of the UnificationRead More →

It is the first time that the four nations have trained together in the South China Sea to exercise complex maritime operations in the region. This exercise builds on previous bilateral and trilateral exercises in recent months conducted in the South China Sea. Throughout the naval exercises, participants trained togetherRead More →

Photos by Richard A. Brooks. Video by Atish Patel Japanese cuisine is known to be associated with sake, but winemakers near Mount Fuji are on a mission to prove that their bottles pair just as well with crispy tempura and delicately sliced ​​raw fish. With its abundant rains and tremendousRead More →

TOKYO — North Korea has launched a suspected intermediate-range ballistic missile over Japan, Japanese and South Korean officials said Tuesday. The missile, which was the first North Korean projectile to cross Japanese airspace since 2017, landed in the Pacific Ocean. The Japanese government issued a rare evacuation order on TuesdayRead More →

September 26, 2022, 2:55 p.m. HST * Updated September 26, 2:57 p.m. Japanese tourists on the Big Island. File photo: Japan Airlines The Hawaii Tourism Authority has issued a Request for Proposals for Strategic Visitor Education and Destination Marketing and Brand Management Services for the Japanese Market. Through this procurementRead More →

Kanoa Igarashi slapped his hand against his surfboard in exultation before throwing it back into the ocean. The Huntington Beach native delivered another winning performance Saturday afternoon from the south side of the Huntington Beach Pier. This one, however, had implications for more people than itself. Two-time US Open ofRead More →

Nuclear experts pondering the safest way to decommission the three crippled reactors at the Fukushima Daiichi atomic power plant have devised a new plan to recover highly radioactive debris from the site, with even anti-nuclear activists giving the proposal their qualified backing. They warn, however, that the situation at theRead More →

Media Tip Sheets The Chinese people are once again outraged by the country’s zero Covid policy. A quarantine bus crashed the other night killing 27 people and leaving others in hospital. With President Biden saying “the pandemic is over” and other countries have relaxed policies, will China ever see itRead More →

The most destructive tropical “super typhoon” is expected to make landfall on Sunday, before which the Japan Meteorological Agency has advised residents to leave areas on the southern island of Kyushu. Separately, Washington is weighing in on talks by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Russian President Vladimir Putin onRead More →

Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin welcomes South Korean Minister of National Defense Lee Jong-sup for talks at the Pentagon in Washington, DC on July 29, 2022. (Lisa Ferdinando/DOD) CAMP HUMPHREYS, South Korea — South Korea’s Defense Ministry is considering an invitation from Japan to hold a naval fleet review together,Read More →

Sung, H. et al. World Cancer Statistics 2020: GLOBOCAN estimates of worldwide incidence and mortality for 36 cancers in 185 countries. CALIFORNIA. Cancer J. Clin. 71209-249 (2021). Google Scholar article Lei, J. et al. HPV vaccination and the risk of invasive cervical cancer. N.Engl. J.Med. 3831340-1348 (2020). CAS Google ScholarRead More →

Japan is reviewing its border control policy of keeping daily entries below 50,000 and will scrap it in “the not-too-distant future”, a government spokesman said on Sunday. The government will simultaneously ease other restrictions, including visa requirements and travel package requirements when it completely lifts the daily cap on arrivalsRead More →