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The embattled company is facing major structural changes on the back of two scandals.
Clean up operations have been ongoing within the area but nuclear debris has been left sealed.
Digital laws have been proposed before in the past but is gaining traction ahead of the G20s.
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe offers a flower during a memorial ceremony to commemorate those who died in the Battle of Okinawa.
Service industry businesses catering to foreign workers are popping up all over Japan.
Domestic firms are taking stronger action against tobacco use, going so far as to avoid hiring smokers in some cases.
Tokyo will welcome positive news after earlier scandals surrounding the Olympic committee.
The head of Japan’s Olympic Committee said he would step down, as French authorities probe his involvement in payments made before Tokyo was awarded the 2020 Summer Games.
The government is drawing up cyber-security plans to ensure safer protections for users.
The EU-Japan free trade deal is now in effect signaling a new era in trade relations between the two.
The government is considering acquiring 80 to 100 additional state-of-the-art F-35 stealth fighters for the Air Self-Defense Force, sources said.
Nissan Motor chairman Carlos Ghosn was arrested by a Japanese special investigation team over financial irregularities.
The government says buildings with parts will still withstand severe earthquakes.
To realize Hokkaido’s post-quake rehabilitation, it is indispensable to rebuild its industries.
It is necessary to advance future-oriented diplomacy and continue improving trust in the international community, an editorial in the Yomiuri Shimbun said.
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe intends to accelerate the improvement of Japan-China relations through the realization of reciprocal visits with Chinese President Xi Jinping.
Fake internet news stories claiming “ninja” are in short supply trigger a flood of applications to Japan.
Japanese regulators need to do more to ensure the safety and privacy of users dealing with crypto-currency exchanges.
Japan-affiliated convenience store chains are making an aggressive push into the Chinese market, with three major chains now having about 5,500 stores in China.
Representatives of the APEC members hold a press conference following the trade ministers’ meeting in Port Moresby on Saturday but did not address concerns over protectionism.
It must be a tactic to weaken the pressure of the international community’s sanctions and make summit meetings with the United States and South Korea successful.