Kyoto's Famed Tunnel of Sakura

Japan Travel News - April 8, 2024 - 06:16
The Sewari Embankment in Yawata City, Kyoto Prefecture, renowned as a cherry blossom spot, has reached full bloom, bustling with visitors. (News On Japan)
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Japan's U-23 Men's Soccer Team Departs for Qatar

Japan Sports News - April 8, 2024 - 04:27
Japan's U-23 men's soccer team, aiming for a spot in the Paris Olympics, departs for Qatar as forward Masahiro Hosoya expresses determination to score goals. (News On Japan)
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Princess Kiko Explores Legacy of Empress Shoken's Gown

Japan Society News - April 8, 2024 - 02:55
Princess Kiko attended an international symposium reporting on the restoration project of the oldest existing "Grand Formal Dress" worn by Empress Shoken, the consort of Emperor Meiji. (News On Japan)
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Councillor Faces Sexual Harassment Allegations Over Handshake

Japan Politics News - April 8, 2024 - 02:52
A sexual harassment controversy has surfaced involving the former chairman of Ichihara City Council in Chiba. The incident in question revolves around a handshake, which has been classified as sexual harassment. (News On Japan)
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Foreigners Navigate Tokyo House Hunting

Japan Society News - April 8, 2024 - 00:39
This series focuses on the experiences of foreigners renting homes in Japan. (News On Japan)
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Royals Explore Advanced Research at Tamagawa University

Japan Education News - April 8, 2024 - 00:35
Crown Prince Akishino and Prince Hisahito visited Tamagawa University in Machida, Tokyo, to inspect facilities dedicated to advanced technological research. (News On Japan)
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Japan PM Inspects TSMC Factory in Kumamoto

Japan Business News - April 8, 2024 - 00:25
During his visit to Kumamoto Prefecture on the 6th, Prime Minister Fumio Kishida toured the factory of Taiwan's leading semiconductor manufacturer, TSMC. During this visit, TSMC revealed plans to construct a second factory in Kikuyo Town. (News On Japan)
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A Musical Approach to Road Safety

Japan Society News - April 8, 2024 - 00:23
With the "Spring National Traffic Safety Campaign" kicking off on the 6th, the Tokyo Metropolitan Police have taken a creative approach to promote traffic safety by launching an original song. (News On Japan)
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Police Crackdown on To-Yoko Kids

Japan Society News - April 8, 2024 - 00:20
During the spring break period, the Tokyo Metropolitan Police conducted a coordinated guidance operation around the "To-Yoko" area of Kabukicho, Shinjuku. (News On Japan)
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Japan PM Apologizes for Slush Fund Scandal

Japan Politics News - April 7, 2024 - 10:34
During a roundtable discussion in Kumamoto Prefecture with members of the Liberal Democratic Party (LDP), Prime Minister Fumio Kishida offered an apology for the slush fund scandal, prompting a series of critical remarks about the lack of ethics among party members. (News On Japan)
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Over a Million Wild Dogtooth Violets Bloom in Tochigi

Japan Travel News - April 7, 2024 - 10:31
At the "Katakuri Mountain Park" in Tochigi Prefecture, over a million dogtooth violets are flourishing in the wild across three hectares of woodlands. (News On Japan)
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Hidaka Village Bridges the Digital Divide

Japan Society News - April 7, 2024 - 10:16
In Kochi Prefecture lies the "cutting-edge" village of Hidaka, with a remarkable smartphone penetration rate of 92.7%, significantly surpassing the national average. (News On Japan)
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Osaka-Kansai Expo to Allow Food Inside, Reversing Previous Ban

Japan Travel News - April 7, 2024 - 07:17
The Osaka-Kansai Expo, set to open next April, will now allow attendees to bring food into the venue, a reversal from its previous stance of prohibiting food and drink carry-ins due to security and time concerns. (News On Japan)
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Battle at Narita Airport's Quarantine

Japan Travel News - April 6, 2024 - 15:16
A surge in prohibited imports at Japan's border has become a pressing concern. At the forefront of this battle is the Narita Airport Animal and Plant Quarantine Counter, where the inspection of meat, vegetables, and fruits is conducted to prevent the entry of infectious diseases and plant pests into Japan. (News On Japan)
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Shogi Rivals Clash Sunday, Poster Sets Tongues Wagging

Japan Sports News - April 6, 2024 - 08:29
Two of shogi's most formidable young talents are pitted against each other in the highly anticipated Eioh-sen Shogi Championship to be held in Nagoya on April 7. (News On Japan)
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Revealing the Importance of Shared Hobbies and Interests for Strengthening Romantic Connections

Japan Education News - April 6, 2024 - 03:52
When couples invest time in shared activities, they're not just filling a slot in their schedules; they're setting the stage for better communication and understanding. (News On Japan)
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Woman Wrongly Arrested for Biting Child Following Dental Mixup

Japan Society News - April 5, 2024 - 22:13
A woman in her 20s who was wrongfully arrested for biting her one-month-old baby after police mistakenly identified a piece of dental evidence as hers, has won damages against the state. (News On Japan)
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Guide to Hidden Sakura Spots

Japan Travel News - April 5, 2024 - 21:43
This weekend, Tokyo boasts a hidden cherry blossom spot you'll definitely want to visit: Ukima Park, near the Arakawa River, with around 150 Somei Yoshino trees lining the embankment, and a windmill to boot. (News On Japan)
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BoJ's Holdings Reach All-Time High

Japan Business News - April 5, 2024 - 21:18
The legacy of the Bank of Japan's (BoJ) aggressive monetary easing policy -- often described as "unprecedented easing" -- has swelled to a record high as the fiscal year comes to a close. (News On Japan)
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City Worker Arrested for Threatening Nintendo

Japan Society News - April 5, 2024 - 15:53
A municipal employee from Hitachi City has been arrested for sending messages threatening to kill Nintendo employees and participants of a gaming event. (News On Japan)
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