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World News >> Japan

Pension giant GPIF likely lost over ¥5 trillion playing stock market in 2015
The Abe administration’s decision to let Japan’s public pension giant play the stock market resulted in a loss of more than ¥5 trillion last year, ...
07/02/2016 - 03:20 AM


After warning over Brexit vote, Obama now looks to a one-on-one trade deal with Britain
President Barack Obama is backtracking on his warning that Britain would go to the “back of the queue” for a U.S. trade deal as he ...
07/02/2016 - 03:20 AM


Famed Nathan’s Famous hot dog contest marks a mythical centennial
Nathan’s Famous may be in the hot dog business, but for decades they have been peddling a whopper. Showmen behind Nathan’s annual Fourth of July ...
07/02/2016 - 03:20 AM


Fate of seven Japanese among Bangladesh hostages unknown after siege ends
Eight Japanese citizens were among the hostages taken by gunmen in Dhaka late Friday before Bangladeshi forces stormed a restaurant in the capital’s diplomatic zone ...
07/02/2016 - 03:20 AM


At least 13 hostages rescued — including one Japanese — as siege on Bangladesh restaurant ends
Bangladeshi police stormed a restaurant in the capital, Dhaka, and rescued up to 13 hostages Saturday, after security forces ended a siege claimed by the ...
07/02/2016 - 03:20 AM


Italy’s biggest Chinese community clashes with police in textile town near Florence
Violent clashes broke out this week between Italian police and the Chinese community in Prato, a town near Florence that is home to one of ...
07/02/2016 - 03:20 AM


Gingrich, Christie lead field of possible Trump vice presidents
Republican stalwarts Newt Gingrich and New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie are at the top of Donald Trump’s short list to be his vice presidential running ...
07/02/2016 - 03:20 AM


Taiwan fires ‘aircraft carrier killer’ missile toward China, hitting trawler in fatal accident
A Taiwanese warship mistakenly launched a supersonic “aircraft carrier killer” missile toward China on Friday, hitting a fishing boat and killing one person, the navy ...
07/02/2016 - 03:20 AM


In a first, genome-editing used to make immunodeficient marmosets for insight into human diseases
In a world’s first, Japanese researchers produce immunodeficient marmosets via genome-editing technology to study maladies that more closely resemble human diseases.
07/02/2016 - 03:20 AM


Museum gives visitors a scientific take on ninja life
The National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation (Miraikan) on Friday gave reporters a preview of its new ninja exhibition, which uses historic documents, tools ...
07/02/2016 - 03:20 AM


Court turns down request by teen son of Thai overstayer to cancel deportation order
The Tokyo District Court has rejected a request from the son of a Thai overstayer to revoke a deportation order that threatens to force the ...
07/02/2016 - 03:20 AM


Osaka enforces Japan’s first ordinance against hate speech, threatens to name names
Ethnic Korean residents applaud as Japan’s first ordinance against so-called hate speech takes effect in the city of Osaka.
07/02/2016 - 03:20 AM


Rivals in U.K. Tory leadership battle have acrimonious history
The last time Theresa May took on Michael Gove, she emerged as the winner. Two years after a clash over extremism in schools that contributed ...
07/02/2016 - 03:20 AM


Japan clobbered by weak inflation, businesss confidence
Japan was clobbered with a one-two punch Friday morning as weak data and a lackluster business confidence report underscored the slowdown dragging on the world’s ...
07/02/2016 - 03:20 AM


Abe, Cameron, Merkel vow to ensure financial market stability in wake of Brexit vote
The leaders of Japan, Britain and Germany have agreed that the Group of Seven major countries will do their best to ensure global growth and ...
07/02/2016 - 03:20 AM


El Nino brings sharks, whales, sea snakes to California coast
Shark encounters and sightings along California’s coast are at their highest level in decades, scientists say, warning that warmer waters mean beachgoers will have to ...
07/02/2016 - 03:20 AM


Japan land prices up 0.2%; first gain in eight years
Land prices have eked out their first gain since 2008 as overseas investment, rock-bottom interest rates and the Bank of Japan’s stimulus nudged urban housing ...
07/02/2016 - 03:20 AM


Last U.S. fighter pilot to fly WWII mission to tell cautionary tale to Japan, U.S. youth
World War II veteran Jerry Yellin has a new mission: keeping the memory of the conflict alive. As Hawaii prepares to mark 75 years since ...
07/02/2016 - 03:20 AM


Hong Kong people who feel pride in being Chinese found to be at record low by poll
The number of Hong Kong people who feel pride in being Chinese fell to a record low, according to a University of Hong Kong poll ...
07/02/2016 - 03:20 AM


Nishikori bests Benneteau; Doi sends Pliskova packing
Fifth seed Kei Nishikori recovered from an early stumble to power past Julien Benneteau of France 4-6, 6-4, 6-4, 6-2 on Thursday and reach the ...
07/02/2016 - 03:20 AM


In-control Takanashi guides Fighters to eighth consecutive victory
Hirotoshi Takanashi continued his strong run as a starter with seven scoreless innings on Friday as the Hokkaido Nippon Ham Fighters beat the Pacific League-leading ...
07/02/2016 - 03:20 AM


Emotional Hammett set to coach final home game for Sunwolves
The Sunwolves go into their final home game of the season Saturday with a depleted squad against a Waratahs side desperate for a win. It ...
07/02/2016 - 03:20 AM


Uehara cards 4-under 68 in opening round at Portland Classic
Ayako Uehara shot a 4-under 68 and tied for four-way fifth after the first round of the Cambia Portland Classic on Thursday, three strokes off ...
07/02/2016 - 03:20 AM


Teguramori confident about Japan’s medal chances in Rio
Japan Olympic men’s soccer team manager Makoto Teguramori set his sights on the gold medal as he announced his 18-man squad for the Rio Games ...
07/02/2016 - 03:20 AM


Finding new England manager won’t be an easy task
In any successful organization, forward planning is essential. The present quickly becomes the future so those at the sharp end of the business would constantly ...
07/02/2016 - 03:20 AM


Indians win 13th straight to tie team mark
A dominant performance from Carlos Carrasco gave the Cleveland Indians their longest winning streak in nearly 65 years. Carrasco struck out a season-high 14, Jason ...
07/02/2016 - 03:20 AM


Franklin misses out again in 100m freestyle
For Missy Franklin, another miss at the U.S. Olympic swimming trials. The star of the London Games struggled to an 11th-place showing in the semifinals ...
07/02/2016 - 03:20 AM


Portugal ousts Poland on penalty kicks to make semis
Portugal likes to leave it late at this European Championship, whether Cristiano Ronaldo is having a good game or not. The Portuguese have been level ...
07/02/2016 - 03:20 AM


Dragons capitalize on pair of wild pitches in ninth to beat Giants
Shunta Wakamatsu kept the Chunichi Dragons in the game long enough for his teammates to grab the lead in the ninth inning. Then, he went ...
07/02/2016 - 03:20 AM


Sprinter Yamagata aims for success at Rio Games
Despite coming up short in the national championships, Olympic-bound sprinter Ryota Yamagata has high expectations for himself at the upcoming Rio de Janeiro Games. The ...
07/02/2016 - 03:20 AM


Kyoto selected to host draw for 2019 Rugby World Cup
Kyoto will host the draw for the 2019 Rugby World Cup in May next year, tournament organizers announced on Thursday. Although the exact location has ...
07/02/2016 - 03:20 AM


Pierce to work for Heat during Summer League
For Japan hoop followers, the Miami Heat will have a familiar face helping out during the upcoming Las Vegas Summer League. Bob Pierce has been ...
07/02/2016 - 03:20 AM


Federer puts end to dream for Willis
Roger Federer was not about to let this feel-good story spoil his own Wimbledon. The seven-time champion — perhaps the greatest player of all time ...
07/02/2016 - 03:20 AM


How to address the foreign elephant in the room — in Japanese?
For some long-term residents, how they are referred to in Japanese is a bone of contention.
07/02/2016 - 03:20 AM


Letters: Snowden and the sheeple; ‘U.S. Marines culture’ was once like Japan’s
A couple of readers' responses to recent Community Page articles.
07/02/2016 - 03:20 AM


‘Same work, same pay’ goal may spark a race to the bottom
Without details on how to bridge the chasm that divides irregular and regular workers, PM Abe's target is hot air.
07/02/2016 - 03:20 AM


Never mind Japan’s looming pension disaster — here’s a cute squirrel
On our island of just 529 people in the Inland Sea, we have one post office and one bank. The bank, run by the almighty ...
07/02/2016 - 03:20 AM


Skies of blue: a Great Pyrenees named Cosette
This fluffy white beauty is a Great Pyrenees, a gentle breed that is something of a giant when full-grown. Cosette is just over a year ...
07/02/2016 - 03:20 AM


Bird brain
If crows are so smart, why don't they know that humans have little interest in climbing a tree they are nesting in to steal their ...
07/02/2016 - 03:20 AM


Japan’s koseki system: dull, uncaring but terribly efficient
Family registry system can seem schizophrenic but its authority keeps citizens out of the courts.
07/02/2016 - 03:20 AM


Views from Tokyo: Should Britain vote to leave the EU?
People out and about in Tokyo offer their thoughts on the "Brexit" referendum being held in the U.K.
07/02/2016 - 03:20 AM


Offering support — and floor space — to Japan’s refugees
While the Japanese government continues to give asylum seekers the cold shoulder, one American church worker offers them a helping hand.
07/02/2016 - 03:20 AM


How to block a nonconsensual ‘divorce by consent’ from abroad
"I am married to a Japanese male and am worried my husband might file a divorce notification paper without my knowledge," writes a "desperate" reader.
07/02/2016 - 03:20 AM


Cruisin': a cat named Bateau
Two-year-old Bateau is a classic — free-spirited, charming, with the grace and agility of one of the big cats.
07/02/2016 - 03:20 AM


Not dry behind the ears
Is it OK to blow dry your hair in the standard direction?
07/02/2016 - 03:20 AM


Who’s watching whom in Japan? It’s a state secret
Contentious law has been cited in two recent cases, including one over the mass surveillance of resident Muslims.
07/02/2016 - 03:20 AM


Shy girl: a dog named Volauvent
Five-month-old Volauvent was found in a temple where locals often shamelessly abandon their dogs.
07/02/2016 - 03:20 AM


Selective attention
Why is it that nobody in Japan will jaywalk and yet almost everyone rides their bike straight past the prominent sign that instructs them to ...
07/02/2016 - 03:20 AM


Is the Eiken doing Japan’s English learners more harm than good?
Critics argue that the Eiken proficiency exams focus too heavily on vocabulary, grammar and the written word at the expense of fluency.
07/02/2016 - 03:20 AM


Views from Tokyo students: How will you decide how to vote in next month’s election?
Hosei University students about the issues that could determine how they vote in July's House of Councilors election, the first in which Japanese 18- and ...
07/02/2016 - 03:20 AM


Japan’s police still unfettered by the law, or the truth
Repeat-offending Ibaraki police called to account for backsliding on the issue of hotel snooping.
07/02/2016 - 03:20 AM


Landmark dyslexia event in Yokohama aims to educate and inspire
The Asia Pacific Dyslexia Festival & Symposium in Yokohama will be the first major event focusing on dyslexia ever held in Japan.
07/02/2016 - 03:20 AM


Where the heart is: a cat named Pu’er
Though her eyes are a brilliant jade green, Pu'er's personality is like that of the sweet girl next door.
07/02/2016 - 03:20 AM


There’s no hiding in Japan’s toilets
When it comes to toilets, Japan presents several paradoxes. On the one hand, public toilets are ubiquitous, easy to access and, for the most part, ...
07/02/2016 - 03:20 AM


For summer dining, escape to the sunny Shonan coast
The Shonan coast in Kanagawa Prefecture is about an hour south of Tokyo by train and boasts many attractions. Some head to Chigasaki to ride ...
07/02/2016 - 03:20 AM


Unagi Fujita: The lowly eel comes up in the world
Not so many years ago, unagi, the humble freshwater eel, was considered a plebeian pleasure — a delicacy fit for Tokyo’s townsfolk rather than rarefied ...
07/02/2016 - 03:20 AM


Menya Nukaji: Righteous ramen on the fringe of Shibuya
In many ways, Menya Nukaji is the archetypal artisan noodle counter. Run by a ramen enthusiast who developed his own recipes and set up with ...
07/02/2016 - 03:20 AM


Baskin-Robbins gives the Japanese summer an icy welcome
The heat might not have reached peak levels yet, but ice cream chain Baskin-Robbins marked the start of summer this week with two special crushed-ice ...
07/02/2016 - 03:20 AM


Office chair racing on a roll overseas
Endurance races involving wheeled office chairs have spread from their birthplace in a small Kyoto suburban town across Japan to Taiwan and China. The races ...
07/02/2016 - 03:20 AM


Essay contest examines global trade initiatives
The Japan Foreign Trade Council, Inc. (JFTC) has started accepting entries for its 12th annual essay competition under the topic of “Searching for a New ...
07/02/2016 - 03:20 AM


Exquisite dining and stay offer; patissier creates decadent desserts; fine cuisine at Star Festival dinner
Exquisite dining and stay offer The Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Marunouchi is offering a dining and accommodation package to provide guests with an excellent ...
07/02/2016 - 03:20 AM


Armed with an MBA, a Buddhist monk sets out to transform the future of the temple
Setting aside time for solitude can be a healthy habit, and doing it in a spiritual atmosphere can be even healthier. Many office workers in ...
07/02/2016 - 03:20 AM


In Japanese, you can find the inner child in everything
It’s not news that Japan is running out of children. Though the country’s total fertility rate has recently shown some slight signs of recovery, this ...
07/02/2016 - 03:20 AM


The generally positive influence of ‘koso’
Gray-san-ga yoku junbi-shita-kara-koso, umaku itta-n-da-yo. (It went well because you prepared properly, Ms. Gray.) Situation 1: Section chief Mr. Okubo praises Ms. Gray for delivering ...
07/02/2016 - 03:20 AM


Visitors to A-bomb museum double
The number of visitors to the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum during the last weekend of May, following a historic visit by U.S. President Barack Obama, ...
07/02/2016 - 03:20 AM


Elections and the work (and words) that goes into them
This week’s featured article TOMOHIRO OSAKI, THE JAPAN TIMES Among the effects of Tokyo Gov. Yoichi Masuzoe’s resignation is the triggering of another costly gubernatorial ...
07/02/2016 - 03:20 AM


Candle June looks to cast rays of hope in a world of strife
Inspired by a search for the meaning of life, a man who calls himself Candle June has embarked on a silent mission to light up ...
07/02/2016 - 03:20 AM


Route 58: a drive through Okinawa’s peculiar past
The telegraph poles that once lined Okinawa’s Route 58 have long gone, but the great coastal avenue still reminds me a little of the Dire ...
07/02/2016 - 03:20 AM


Indulging Hawaiian culture, cuisine in Japan
Boasting beautiful beaches and endless sunsets, Hawaii has long been a popular holiday destination for tourists from Japan. According to the Hawaii Tourism Authority, more ...
07/02/2016 - 03:20 AM


Mary Reynolds says gardeners should take a walk on the wild side
Both horticulturalists and casual gardeners will be enthralled by “Dare to be Wild” (“Flower Show!” in Japan), a film based on the life of landscape ...
07/02/2016 - 03:20 AM


New releases fill in the gaps in gaming
A necessary evil “Resident Evil 7″ was announced this month, but it won’t be available until January 2017. What’s a “Resident Evil” (“Biohazard” in Japan) ...
07/02/2016 - 03:20 AM


Climate change implicated in France floods
The torrential rain that caused flooding in France recently bore the unmistakable fingerprint of climate change, according to research recently submitted to a scientific journal. ...
07/02/2016 - 03:20 AM


Vloggers Simon and Martina: ‘We feel like we need to whisper in our own house’
Canadian pair on foot fetishes, addiction to CoCo curry and getting lost in the mountains on Halloween.
07/02/2016 - 03:20 AM


Finding craft beer among the young tribes of Harajuku
Craft beer has come a long way in Tokyo. Twenty years ago, the market was mostly made up of generic lagers produced by major brewers ...
07/02/2016 - 03:20 AM


‘Doctor X'; ‘The Man With the Divine Tongue” Kagome
Ryoko Yonekura returns as the genius freelance surgeon Dr. Michiko Daimon in a special two-hour installment of “Doctor X” (TV Asahi, Sun., 9 p.m.). Michiko ...
07/02/2016 - 03:20 AM


Ukulele master dedicated to narrowing Japan-U.S. culture gap
If any barriers are hindering Japan and the United States from achieving ultimate social harmony, Jake Shimabukuro hopes that his music can break the ice. ...
07/02/2016 - 03:20 AM


Retreat from the heat to the cinema this summer
The summer blockbuster is dead — or at least, it has ceased to exist as a distinct entity. Four decades after “Jaws” set the template ...
07/02/2016 - 03:20 AM


Asian actors too busy to fret over Hollywood ‘white-washing’
The film world of Asia, known for producing Akira Kurosawa, Satyajit Ray, Brillante Mendoza and other greats, is too busy making movies of its own ...
07/02/2016 - 03:20 AM


Film academy invites 683 new members, including 13 Japanese
Six months after announcing intentions to double the number of female and minority members in its ranks by 2020, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts ...
07/02/2016 - 03:20 AM


Pacquet-Brenner takes us through ‘Dark Places’
Two years after the opening of the pervertedly female-empowering “Gone Girl” (based on Gillian Flynn’s best-selling novel), I’m one of the people who still get ...
07/02/2016 - 03:20 AM


‘Desperate Sunflowers': Women on the verge of friendship
Movies about female friendship are no longer rare: In the 25 years since the seminal “Thelma and Louise,” even the Japanese film industry has figured ...
07/02/2016 - 03:20 AM


‘Alice Through the Looking Glass': Growing up is a complicated thing
Nothing is sacred anymore, but there really should be limits — even for Disney. “Alice Through the Looking Glass” is the sequel to Tim Burton’s ...
07/02/2016 - 03:20 AM


‘The Program': Stephen Frears cycles round the edges
From the NFL’s deflated footballs to the bribery allegations besmirching Tokyo’s Olympic bid, it can feel like the entire apparatus of professional sport has become ...
07/02/2016 - 03:20 AM


Werner Penzel’s art therapy for the soul
The documentary “While We Kiss the Sky” (Japanese title “Kofuku wa Hibi no Naka Ni”) opens nationwide this weekend, and it proffers a lot of ...
07/02/2016 - 03:20 AM


Paris’ Pompidou waves the flag of French art
Seven decades of art history; one masterpiece for every year, each created by a different artist from France or closely connected with the country; and ...
07/02/2016 - 03:20 AM


Admiring the tarnished silver screen
Old chewing gum, cheap carpet sticky from spilled drinks, sagging seats pitted with cigarette burns: Satoshi Chuma’s photographs of old cinemas on show at the ...
07/02/2016 - 03:20 AM


‘Carlos Ayesta + Guillaume Bression: Retrace our Steps’
Until July 24 While many artists have been attracted to the no-go zone around the crippled Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power planet, no one has ...
07/02/2016 - 03:20 AM


‘Mary Cassatt Retrospective’
Until Sept.11 It has been more than 35 years since a large-scale show of impressionist artist Mary Cassatt’s work has been shown in Japan, making ...
07/02/2016 - 03:20 AM


‘Salvador Dali’
July 1-Sept. 4 One of the most prominent Spanish surrealist painters of the 20th century, Salvador Dali is best known for his striking and dream-like ...
07/02/2016 - 03:20 AM


Afrirampo leads ‘Zero Generation’ into adulthood
Anarchic, anything-goes garage-punk band Afrirampo is defined first and foremost by feelings: The feelings that drive the duo as artists and the feelings they evoke ...
07/02/2016 - 03:20 AM


Wrapping up a musical trip across Japan
When I first embarked on my attempt to visit every prefecture in Japan and learn about the local indie music scene in each one, the ...
07/02/2016 - 03:20 AM


Yesterday: When the ‘Beatles typhoon’ hit Japan
Fifty years ago this week, the Fab Four played some of their final live performances in Tokyo. We speak to fans who were ‘swept off ...
07/02/2016 - 03:20 AM


Bureaucratic blockage in Japanese society
Japan has kept the external appearances of social dialogue, but politicians and managers have failed to adapt institutions to the new social realities.
07/02/2016 - 03:20 AM


Why young people should vote
Young people need to realize that the policies affecting their own future will be determined by the elections in which they may or may not ...
07/02/2016 - 03:20 AM


Who’s really to blame for Brexit
Mismanagement of globalization by the world's leadership class has led to Brexit and may elect Donald Trump.
07/02/2016 - 03:20 AM


The WWI battle that continues to haunt Europe
The most important battle of the war that spawned our modern era began on July 1, 1916.
07/02/2016 - 03:20 AM


Musudan missile launches
North Korea must realize that only by abandoning its nuclear weapons and missile programs will it be able to enjoy stability and prosperity.
07/02/2016 - 03:20 AM


‘Citizens of the world’? Nice thought, but wrong
Nationalism and place still matter, and the West's elites forget this at their peril.
07/02/2016 - 03:20 AM


No need to rush out of EU
Slowing down the Brexit process would maximize Britain's leverage in its negotiations with the EU.
07/02/2016 - 03:20 AM


For U.K., Brexit is just the latest ugly partition
More than a few countries in the Middle East, Asia and Africa have scars to show from Britain's long and haphazard withdrawal from its onetime ...
07/02/2016 - 03:20 AM


Time to close money loopholes
Lawmakers need to get to work on closing the gaping loopholes in the system controlling political funds.
07/02/2016 - 03:20 AM


Much at stake in this election
If voters do not wish to give the Abe administration a carte blanche to revise the Constitution, they must express their intention in this election.
07/02/2016 - 03:20 AM


Taiwan-China ties may be on a rocky course
With the election of Tsai Ing-wen, a return to an earlier era of confrontation between Taiwan and China is possible.
07/02/2016 - 03:20 AM


Britain, not the European Union, will survive
After Brexit, Europe could finally emerge as a strong international actor, but sadly the political will to achieve such an outcome is unlikely to emerge.
07/02/2016 - 03:20 AM


Quo vadis, Little England?
The economic wreckage of globalization has generated a massive backlash and claimed its first casualty.
07/02/2016 - 03:20 AM


Brexit and Japan
Efforts must be made to stop repercussions of the Brexit vote from turning into the source of another global recession, and Japan should play a ...
07/02/2016 - 03:20 AM


A welcome revival of nationhood in Britain
A wave of skepticism may lead other countries to leave the European Union.
07/02/2016 - 03:20 AM


U.K.’s mid-summer madness
Those who voted to leave the EU will learn the hard way that freedom of movement and free trade go together.
07/02/2016 - 03:20 AM


Post-Brexit, Japan redefines idea of safe havens
Risk-averse investors who flocked to the yen in the aftermath of Brexit may want to consider a safer haven.
07/02/2016 - 03:20 AM


Erdogan needs like-minded Putin
What's a mere apology between two dictators who can do a lot to prop each other up?
07/02/2016 - 03:20 AM


The EU, not Britain, has a democracy deficit
There is no European public to which the EU can be held accountable.
07/02/2016 - 03:20 AM


China’s dog meat festival suggests larger problem
China's dog meat trade offers a vivid example of why the country's food supply problems are so persistent.
07/02/2016 - 03:20 AM


Britain, an island again
At their root, the forces behind Brexit are fears of loss — of autonomy and opportunity.
07/02/2016 - 03:20 AM



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