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Jan 8 Mitsui Fudousan Japanese Real Estate Statistic 2017
Mitsui Fudosan is pleased to publish the 2017 edition of Japanese Real Estate Statistics. We are greatly grateful to all those who offered information or data to us, and also hope that this handbook will be of use to readers. Important Notes(234KB)
Apr 1 CBRE Releases 2016 Japan Real Estate Market Outlook
Tokyo Grade A Rent Growth Expected to Continue, More Capital Likely to Be Deployed for Real Estate Investment
Oct 17 Tokyo Ramen Show in Komazawa Park
Oct 7 Nobel Prize in Physics Awarded for Invention of New Light Source
Three Japanese-born scientists were awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics for inventing the blue light-emitting diode, which made possible a highly efficient light source that is increasingly replacing incandescent bulbs.
Guinness World Records can today confirm that Japan’s Sakari Momoi is the world’s oldest living man at 111 years, and, as of today, 196 days old. Mr. Momoi took the title after Mr. Alexander Imich (NY, United States) passed away on 8 June 2014 aged 111 years 124 days.
Feb 10 Japan government-backed candidate wins Tokyo governor vote
Jan 21 Tomioka Silk Mill makes UNESCO list
The UNESCO World Heritage Committee decided Saturday to add the Tomioka Silk Mill, a historic factory building in Gunma Prefecture symbolizing Japan’s industrialization from the 19th century, to the World Cultural Heritage list.
Nov 22 Caroline Kennedy to meet Japan emperor
TOKYO, Caroline Kennedy will meet Japan's Emperor Akihito Tuesday in a ceremonial formality as she takes up the US ambassador post, just days ahead of the 50th anniversary of her father's assassination. Kennedy, 55, the lone surviving child of John F. Kennedy, is to be taken to downtown Tokyo's imperial palace in a horse-drawn carriage, in an elaborate procession accompanied by palace officials dressed in European-style ceremonial attire.
Sep 8 Tokyo to host 2020 Olympic Games
(CNN) -- Tokyo has been chosen by the International Olympic Committee to host the 2020 Summer Games. In voting Saturday in Buenos Aires, the committee picked Tokyo over the two other contenders, Madrid and Istanbul. The announcement came at 5:20 a.m. Tokyo time, but a large crowd watching on an outdoor video screen burst into cheers. Tokyo previously hosted the Summer Games in 1964.
Jun 12 Japan's Growth - Shinzo Abe's 'Third Arrow' (NHK World)
Copyright NHK (Japan Broadcasting Corporation) All rights reserved. Used only for educational purposes. NHK World: Abenomics includes 3 pillars: Bold monetary easing, fiscal spending, and a growth strategy. Private sector businesses are the main players in this strategy. They must make aggressive investments and raise productivity. All policy tools will be used.
May 30 Adam Posen on Abenomics - NHK WORLD English .
The guest is Adam Posen, President of Peterson Institute for International Economics. He was also a member of the monetary policy committee at the Bank of England until last year and is a long term scholar of Japanese economic policy.
May 6 Abenomics: a success or not? .
BBC World News' Lucy Hockings speaks to Dr Seijiro Takeshita of Mizuho International and Dr Jonathan Hopkin of LSE about Abenomics.
Apr 5 Bank of Japan unveils aggressive easing
High quality global journalism requires investment. Please share this article with others using the link below, do not cut & paste the article. See our Ts&Cs and Copyright Policy for more detail. Email to buy additional rights. The Bank of Japan will aim to double the monetary base over two years through the aggressive purchase of long-term bonds, in a dramatic shift aimed at ridding Japan of the deflation that has dogged the country for almost two decades. Haruhiko Kuroda on Thursday announced his arrival as central bank governor with a “new phase of monetary easing”, a move that comes after Prime Minister Shinzo Abe told the bank to target a 2 per cent rate of inflation.
Mar 15 DJ: BOJ Nominee Kuroda Wins Parliament's Approval, Gears Up for Further Easing
TOKYO--Japan's parliament on Friday approved the government's pick for the new Bank of Japan leadership, setting the stage for the incoming governor, Haruhiko Kuroda, to push ahead with more aggressive easing measures than his predecessor. The nominations of Mr. Kuroda and his two deputies--Kikuo Iwata and Hiroshi Nakaso--passed a vote in the upper house following their approval in the lower house on Thursday, ensuring that they take over from the current leadership when they step down on March 19.
Feb 24 Statesmen’s Forum: HE Shinzo Abe, Prime Minister of Japan
Japan is Back?
Feb 9 The Bank of Japan "Regime change"
An accelerated handover may bring new thinking to Japan’s central bank SHINZO ABE, Japan’s prime minister, has used the phrase “regime change” to describe his hopes for a new mindset at the Bank of Japan (BoJ). His wish may be granted sooner than expected. On February 5th Masaaki Shirakawa, the bank’s governor, announced his decision to step down almost three weeks early, on March 19th. At a time when Japan’s stockmarkets are celebrating a weakening of the yen, partly as a result of Mr Abe’s pressure on the BoJ to reflate the economy, Mr Shirakawa’s move provided yet more bounce. On February 6th the main Nikkei stock index closed at its highest level since October 2008. The yen fell to a 33-month low.
Jan 11 Will `Abenomics' lift Japan from recession?
s the new Japanese government of Shinzo Abe unleashes a new round of stimulus for the ailing economy, a Tokyo restaurateur has thrown his support behind the new government -- but it comes with a resigned sigh that seems to mark most leadership changes in the world's third largest economy.
Dec 26 Shinzo Abe Approved as Japan’s Prime Minister by Parliament
Japan’s parliament confirmed Shinzo Abe as the nation’s seventh prime minister in six years, returning him to the office he left in 2007 after his party regained power in a landslide election victory last week. The lower and upper houses of parliament approved Abe’s nomination in Tokyo today. Former prime minister Taro Aso will be finance minister in Abe’s administration, Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga told reporters in Tokyo.
Oct 8 Yamanaka, Gurdon share Nobel Prize in medicine for stem-cell research
STOCKHOLM ? Shinya Yamanaka of Japan and John Gurdon of Britain shared the 2012 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine "for the discovery that mature cells can be reprogrammed to become pluripotent," the Nobel Assembly at Karolinska Institutet in Stockholm said Monday.
Jul 24 Mariners trade Ichiro to Yanks
Seattle Mariners icon Ichiro Suzuki was traded to the New York Yankees on Monday. The 38-year-old outfielder, a 10-time All-Star with the Mariners, whom he joined in 2001, was dealt in exchange for cash and two minor league prospects. Suzuki had requested the trade. Suzuki, the American League's 2001 rookie of the year and most valuable player, has had 2,533 career hits since joining Seattle through the posting system from Japanese club Orix BlueWave. A .322 career hitter in the big leagues, Suzuki is batting .261 with 49 runs scored in 95 games this season. In exchange, the Mariners received right-handed pitchers D.J. Mitchell and Danny Farquhar.
Jul 9 Start of a new residency management system!
Q1: What exactly is the new residency management system? Q2: Who will be subject to the new residency management system?
Jul 9 New registration system for foreigners begins on July 9
Beginning July 9, medium- to long-term foreign residents of Japan will be subject to a new residency registration system. The new system will replace the current Alien Registration System established in 1952, and is aimed at improving government management of foreign nationals' residency, as well as ensuring greater convenience for legal foreign residents.
Jul 4 Nissan's Ghosn receives 987 mil. yen remuneration in FY2011
YOKOHAMA (Kyodo) -- Nissan Motor Co. said Tuesday its fiscal 2011 remuneration for Chief Executive Officer Carlos Ghosn was 987 million yen, likely making him the best-paid executive of a listed company in Japan for the third consecutive year.
Jun 19 Govt to test-drill for oil, gas off Niigata Pref.
The government plans to conduct test-drilling for underwater oil and natural gas as part of a possible commercial development off the coast of Niigata Prefecture. The government is likely to start drilling as early as April and will study the area for three years. Geological surveys already indicate the area could hold the nation's largest oil and natural gas fields.
Jun 25 Rainy season begins in northern Japan, ends in Okinawa.
TOKYO, June 21 Kyodo The rainy season has arrived in northern Japan about 10 days later than in the typical year, while Japan's southernmost prefecture of Okinawa saw the season come to an end, heralding the start of summer, the Japan Meteorological Agency said Thursday.
May 25 Goldman Sachs Asset Management Plans Private Japan REIT
Goldman Sachs Group Inc. plans to launch a private real-estate investment trust in Japan this summer amid signs of an improvement in Tokyo property market, a person familiar with the matter said Friday. Goldman Sachs Asset Management Co. aims to launch the fund in July or August with an initial size of around Y30 billion to Y50 billion. It will aim to increase the size of the private REIT to around Y100 billion in two to three years, the person said.
May 23 World's tallest tower opens to thousands of visitors in Tokyo
Tens of thousands of visitors flocked to the Tokyo Skytree on Tuesday, trying to be among the first people to get a view of the Japanese capital from the world's tallest tower. The Skytree rises 634 meters (2,080 feet) above Tokyo. It was certified as the world's tallest tower by Guinness World Records on November 17, according to the Skytree's website. Guinness lists the Burj Khalifa in Dubai, at 828 meters (2,716 feet 6 inches), as the world's tallest building.
May 21 Japan Annular Solar Eclipse
May 21, 2012, Yokohama, Japan ? The partial solar eclipse is seen in Yokohama, near Tokyo, Japan. An annular solar eclipse was observed over a wide area of Japan on Monday early morning. Millions of people watched as a rare “ring of fire” eclipse crossed the skies. (Photo by Katsuro Okazawa/AFLO)
Apr 27 News from JNTO Shibuya Hikarie
In April 2012, the start of an unprecedented era in commercial facilities begins with the opening of Shibuya Hikarie, a new commercial tower which is taking the concepts of shopping, dining, entertainment and business to new heights. It is located near Shibuya's iconic crossing, in the vicinity of Shibuya train station, providing new and easy access to many train and subway lines. Hi-tech signage and billboards throughout relay information in real time from all corners of Shibuya to numerous locations within the complex.
Feb 28 Yen's historical rise slows, but relief may not last
The yen's historic surge since last summer has taken a breather, particularly in light of the Bank of Japan's expansion of monetary easing earlier this month, lessening exporters' pain and boosting stock prices. But it is unclear how long the trend will continue. Some watchers are cautious amid all the global economic uncertainty, especially in the United States. This means the dollar's appreciation against the yen may be short-lived. Behind the yen's recent weakness, traders say, lies improved investor appetite to sell the yen, which has been considered a de factor safe haven since the Lehman Brothers debacle touched off the global financial crisis.
Jan 18 Rangers, Yu Darvish strike $60 million deal before deadline
Yu Darvish and the Texas Rangers beat the deadline and made a deal, agreeing to terms on a six-year, $60 million contract as the two-time defending American League champions are betting almost $112 million that the latest Japanese pitching star can keep them among baseball's elite franchises. The Rangers announced they'd struck a deal with Darvish, and a club official with knowledge of the contract confirmed its terms. The official was not authorized to comment on the contract because it has not yet been finalized. The Rangers' financial commitment to Darvish -- including a $51.7 million posting fee paid to Darvish's Japanese club -- trumps the $103 million the Boston Red Sox laid out to acquire Daisuke Matsuzaka in 2006. But the newest Texas Rangers pitcher, a 25-year-old just entering his prime, must be much better than his Japanese countryman if he's to make his new deal worthwhile.
Dec 20 Japan discussing mutual bond purchase with China
TOKYO (Kyodo) -- Finance Minister Jun Azumi acknowledged Tuesday that Japan and China are discussing the possibility of purchasing government bonds from each other for financial stability in Asia, with Prime Minister Yoshiko Noda set to visit Beijing next week. A senior Japanese government official separately said Tokyo would use its foreign exchange funds to buy up to $10 billion worth of Chinese government bonds. The two countries are expected to reach an agreement when Noda meets with Chinese leaders on Sunday and Monday. "It is diplomatically important to strengthen relations (with China) by holding the yuan," Azumi told reporters, referring to the Chinese currency. But he also denied such a move would amount to a policy shift by Japan on its foreign exchange reserves, the second-biggest in the world after China's, saying confidence in the U.S. dollar as the world's key currency would not be undermined.
Dec 5 Twitter, Mixi tie in challenge to Facebook gains AP
Twitter Inc. and Mixi, Japan's biggest homegrown social networking site, have joined forces to strengthen their ground against a rapidly expanding Facebook. For Twitter, the partnership forged Wednesday with a local social network could point to a new strategy as the microblogging service seeks to accelerate global growth. Japan is the company's second-biggest market after the U.S. and has served as a key international testing ground of sorts.
Sep 20 Japan trying to repair ties with U.S.
Tokyo now backs base plan, arms and farm trade, other divisive issues The Washington Post The new government is trying to earn back trust from the United States, its most important ally, by showing support for initiatives that recent prime ministers have let languish. Busy agenda: Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda and U.S. President Barack Obama will meet this week in New York for the first time and discuss bilateral relations. KYODO PHOTO The ideas include support for a multination free-trade agreement and for allowing easier exports of Japanese weapons technology, ventures that have strong support in Washington. New leaders have also signaled their intention to carry out a long-stalled agreement with Washington that would put the U.S. Marine presence in Okinawa Prefecture on a more solid footing
Jul 24 Fuji Mountain Iron Man Race
The Fuji Mountain Race is the most difficult climbing race in Japan! It is an event with two races, both of which begin at Fujiyoshida City Hall. The first is a 21km course to the summit of Mt. Fuji and the second is a 15km course to the 5th Station. In 2011, the 64th Annual Fuji Mountain Race will take place on, Friday, July 22nd
Jun 23 Lady Gaga in Tokyo to help boost tourism
Japan's sagging tourism industry couldn't have asked for a better ambassador than one of the world's biggest entertainment stars, Lady Gaga. Wearing an aquamarine wig but an otherwise demure black outfit, the pop sensation held a news conference with Japan's tourism agency commissioner and the U.S. ambassador to Japan. The group urged tourists to return to Japan. "I would like to use my position here today and all week long to run around Tokyo enjoy the beautiful city and kiss all the beautiful little monsters and scream at the top of my lungs that everyone should come visit this beautiful place," said Lady Gaga, before a crowd of Japanese and international cameras and reporters.
Jun 25 Hiraizumi recognized as World Heritage site
People visit Konjikido Sheath Hall of Chusonji, a Buddhist temple in the Hiraizumi area, on June 25, 2011, which the U.N. Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization's World Heritage Committee authorized as a new World Heritage cultural site during a meeting in Paris the same day. (Kyodo)
Jun 24 Japan's Ogasawara Islands on UNESCO's World Heritage List
June 24, 2011 The World Heritage Committee has inscribed Ogasawara Islands, the Japanese islands situated some 1,000 km south of the country's main archipelago, on UNESCO's World Heritage List for the wealth of their ecosystems which reflect a wide range of evolutionary processes.
May 25 Sendai to resume international flights in June
Quake-damaged Sendai airport is due to resume international flights in late June, the transport ministry said Tuesday. The airport in disaster-hit Miyagi Prefecture will begin with international charter flights and aims to restart regular international flight operations July 25, according to the Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism Ministry. The number of arriving domestic flights, now at one per hour, will be doubled starting July 25 and the terminal building will be fully operational at the end of September, the ministry said
Apr 18 Reactor shutdowns nine months away
Tokyo Electric Power Co. announced Sunday that it will take six to nine months to complete a cold shutdown of the damaged reactors at the Fukushima No. 1 power plant, while the United States proposed a daring plan to use a remote-controlled helicopter and cranes to pluck out their spent fuel rods. The "road map" represents the first specific time line Tepco has issued for getting the radiation crisis in Fukushima Prefecture under control.
Apr 16 Sony eyes 2-week summer holiday to save power
Sony Corp. will shut down operations for two weeks during this summer's peak demand period to reduce power consumption, company sources said. To avert rolling blackouts, the government has asked large industrial electricity users in the service area of Tokyo Electric Power Co. to cut electricity consumption during peak hours this summer season by at least 25 percent from last year's levels. The damage to TEPCO's Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power plant has severely limited the utility's ability to meet expected demand this summer, making widespread power outages a possibility.
Apr 15 Tokyo Disneyland to reopen on April 15: report
TOKYO (AFP) Tokyo Disneyland will reopen on April 15, a report said Saturday, more than a month after a massive quake-tsunami hit Japan, causing widespread damage and knocking out power supplies. The amusement park closed on March 12, a day after the 9.0 magnitude earthquake struck northeastern Japan, generating a tsunami that crippled the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant run by Tokyo Electric Power Co. (TEPCO).
Mar 22 Soccer: Zac intends to be back in Japan for charity match
TOKYO (Kyodo) -- Japan coach Alberto Zaccheroni intends to return to the quake-hit country in time for a charity match on March 29 in Osaka, Japan Football Association technical director Hiromi Hara said Wednesday. "We see this charity match as the first activity to support the people in the affected areas," Zaccheroni said in a statement. "We hope to encourage them even a little bit." Zaccheroni flew to Italy with his four assistants to reassure their families of their safety, a day after Friday's devastating earthquake in northeastern Japan.
Mar 18 Baseball/ quake-hit powerhouseTohoku High to play in spring tourney
SENDAI--Despite a lack practice facilities and food rationing caused by the recent earthquake and tsunami, Tohoku High School announced Wednesday it will participate in the National High School Baseball Invitational Tournament, which is schedule to start March 23. However it isn't clear at this point that the spring Koshien tournament will even take place. The Japan High School Baseball Federation will... Asahi News 2011-03-18
Mar 19 IAEA Update on Japan Earthquake
Japan Earthquake Update (19 March 2011, 4:30 UTC) Summary of conditions at Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant Located on the Eastern coast of Japan, the six nuclear power reactors at Daiichi are boiling water reactors (BWRs). A massive earthquake on 11 March severed off-site power to the plant and triggered the automatic shutdown of the three operating reactors - Units 1, 2, and 3. The control rods in those units were successfully inserted into the reactor cores, ending the fission chain reaction. The remaining reactors - Units 4, 5, and 6 -- had previously been shut down for routine maintenance purposes.
Mar 19 IAEA says no radiation threat to Tokyo
Mar 18 - UN atomic watchdog arrives in Tokyo to assess radiation levels and state of Fukushima plant. Jessica Gray reports
Mar 16 Fukushima Nuclear Accident ? 16 March update
This is an update of the situation as of 10 am JST Wednesday 16 March. (For background on events of 15 March and earlier, start with this post and its included links.) Note that this is a blog, not a news website, and thus the following analysis, like all others on BraveNewClimate, is a mixture of news and opinion ? but facts remain paramount. First, the situation is clearly (but slowly) stabilising. As each day passes, the amount of thermal heat (caused by radioactive decay of the fission products) that remains in the reactor fuel assemblies decreases exponentially
Mar 15 Japan Earthquake Update (15 March 2011, 11:25 UTC) - Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant Update
Radiation Dose Rates Observed at the Site The Japanese authorities have informed the IAEA that the following radiation dose rates have been observed on site at the main gate of the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant. At 00:00 UTC on 15 March a dose rate of 11.9 millisieverts (mSv) per hour was observed. Six hours later, at 06:00 UTC on 15 March a dose rate of 0.6 millisieverts (mSv) per hour was observed. These observations indicate that the level of radioactivity has been decreasing at the site.
Mar 14 Japan earthquake: Meltdown alert at Fukushima reactor
Technicians are battling to stabilise a third reactor at a quake-stricken Japanese nuclear plant that has been rocked by a second blast in three days. Sea water is being pumped into reactor 2 at the Fukushima Daiichi plant after its fuel rods were fully exposed twice. International nuclear watchdogs said there was no sign of a meltdown but one minister said a melting of rods was "highly likely" to be happening. The crisis was sparked by Friday's 9.0-magnitude quake and tsunami.
Mar 12 Explosion at earthquake-damaged Fukushima nuclear power plant
An explosion has been reported at Japan's stricken Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant after its cooling system was damaged by a massive 8.9 magnitude earthquake that hit off the North-East coast of Japan on Friday. The explosion occurred at around 3:00pm local time (6:00am UTC). According to the plant's operator, Tokyo Electric Power Company, four workers were injured in the explosion. The explosion occurred as workers were attempting to cool a reactor by injecting water into its core. Local media are reporting that the plant's exterior walls have been destroyed and only a skeleton structure remains. More than 45,000 residents within a 10-kilometre radius of the plant have been evacuated.
Dec 27 PHOTOS:All-Japan Figure Skating Championships 2010.
Mao Asada (left), Miki Ando (center) and Kanako Murakami smile at the awards ceremony of the All-Japan Figure Skating Championships 2010 for women at the Big Hat in Nagano, in which Ando won the gold medal, Asada silver and Murakami bronze. They clinched berths in the World Figure Skating Championships 2011 to be held in Tokyo in March. Asada aims at the second consecutive victory. (Jiji Press)
Dec 1 Toyota may license hybrid tech to partner FAW Group of China
NAGOYA (Kyodo) Toyota Motor Corp. is negotiating a deal to license its expertise in hybrid vehicles and to supply car parts to its Chinese partner, FAW Group Corp., company sources said Wednesday. The carmaker plans to offer the technology necessary for making vehicles powered by gasoline and electricity as well as motors, batteries and other parts for use in the FAW Group's hybrids due to be marketed in 2013 or later, according to the sources. The aim is to bolster Toyota's presence in the Chinese market, where the company is lagging behind competitors, including Volkswagen AG and General Motors Co. The proposed licensing deal could become Toyota's fourth involving hybrid technology and the first with a Chinese carmaker. The company has already made such arrangements with Nissan Motor Co., Ford Motor Co. and Mazda Motor Corp. Toyota is in similar talks with Daimler AG, the sources added.
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Sep 22 TOKYO REPORT: Tokyo Govt Set to Export Water Technology
Tokyo, Sept. 21 (Jiji Press)--The Tokyo metropolitan government is poised to export advanced water and sewage technology to help Asian economies address chronic water shortages despite their rapid development. The project is led by Vice Tokyo Governor Naoki Inose, who stresses that the metropolitan government can offer a growth strategy to Japan by capitalizing on the sharply expanding market for water-related business in Asia.
Aug 27 Housing loan options widen for foreigners looking for property in Japan
It is said that more and more foreigners are eyeing property in Japan as a good investment, especially Westerners and people in parts of Asia such as Hong Kong and Singapore. Many foreigners are also staying longer in Japan, getting married here and starting families, and opening their own businesses. Foreigners see good potential for capital growth in Japan's property market, particularly in investment properties such as apartments and homes in Tokyo, and in ski resort areas in Niseko, Hokkaido, and Hakuba, Nagano, where many Australians have invested in ski accommodation properties in the last five years or so.
May 19 METI eager to wield ax at corporate tax / Growth plan to focus on 5 key industries
The economy ministry will propose the corporate tax rate be cut to global levels to help the nation compete with international rivals, and pinpoint five key fields that could catapult the economy out of the doldrums, The Yomiuri Shimbun has learned. The plans are part of the ministry's "vision for industrial structure," a growth strategy to revitalize the Japanese economy and domestic industry.
May 19 Suzuki, VW agree to joint eco car study
Suzuki Motor Corp. and its strategic German partner Volkswagen AG plan to jointly study eco-friendly vehicle production, the automakers have announced. The companies will conduct test runs of cars, including electric vehicles and plug-in vehicles that can be charged at home, on Japanese roads. They will consider a partnership in the development of lithium-ion batteries, electric motors and other vehicle parts, as well as their procurement.
Nov 14 Obama pledges commitment to Asia, reaffirms alliance with Japan in Tokyo visit
U.S. President Barack Obama concluded on Saturday his two-day visit to Japan with a keynote speech at Tokyo's Suntory Hall, during which he addressed issues of security and stability in the Asia-Pacific region and the need to strengthen old alliances and build new partnerships with the nations of this region.
Nov 5 Hideki Matsui Named World Series MVP
Hideki Matsui was named the Most Valuable Player in the 2009 World Series after a record-setting performance in the decisive Game 6.
Sep 28 The Tokyo 2016 Olympic: Tokyo bid heads into final lap
As the Tokyo 2016 Olympic bid committee prepares to set sail for Copenhagen, Tokyo Governor Shintaro Ishihara and his team were hoping for calm seas.
Sep 14 Japan praises Ichiro Suzuki's major league record
TOKYO ? The high praise for Ichiro Suzuki came from none other than Japanese home run king Sadaharu Oh
Sep 12 Hatoyama firm on 25% emissions goal
Japan will target a 25 percent reduction in greenhouse gas emissions by 2020 from 1990 levels, Yukio Hatoyama reiterated Sept. 7. The Japan Times Weekly: Sept. 12, 2009
Jul 28 Australian Property Management Firm Opens Lodge in Niseko
The firm's Japan representative director, Robert Buffier, a certified ski instructor, first discovered the legendary powder snow of Niseko after a ski trip to the area four years ago, and soon after bought a ski chalet there. In 2008, he purchased an existing accommodation facility in Niseko with Tim Kennedy, JPL's managing director, and opened North Field Lodge
May 11 IOC Evaluation Commission ‘most impressed’ by Tokyo 2016
19 April 2009 ? The International Olympic Committee (IOC) Evaluation Commission today praised Tokyo 2016’s vision, sustainability and legacy at an official press conference to conclude its visit to Tokyo.
Mar 24 Ichiro lifts Japan to Classic glory
LOS ANGELES -- It was one of those games for the ages that will certainly grow in proportion with the passage of time.
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