Kinki, Japan Newswire (Page 3)

Kinki, Japan Newswire (Page 3)

Comprehensive Real-Time News Feed for Kinki, Japan. (Page 3)

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  1. Man who posted anti-Korean rally video sues Osaka mayor after his...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 16 | The Japan Times

    A man who had posted a video of a rally against Korean residents on the internet sued Osaka Mayor Hirofumi Yoshimura on Monday, arguing the city's ordinance against hate speech to deter racist propaganda violates freedom of speech. The plaintiff, whose username on an internet video posting site has been made public by the city in line with the ordinance, filed the lawsuit with the Osaka District Court against Yoshimura, demanding the local government not publicize his name even if it's already widely known.

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  2. Japanese Prime Minister Abe, embroiled in scandals, faces calls to stand downRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 16 | Stars and Stripes

    President Donald Trump and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will have something new to bond over when they meet at Mar-a-Lago Tuesday: how to weather a storm of relentless political onslaughts. Both are embroiled in controversies surrounding dodgy financial deals but, while Trump's poll numbers are holding up, Abe's have plummeted to record lows.

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  3. TWICE to Release 3rd Single in Japan Next MonthRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 16 | Chosun Ilbo

    JYP Entertainment, the group's management agency, said Monday that TWICE's new Japanese single "Wake Me Up" is due out on May 16. The dance song encourages people not to give up and keep going forward. The group debuted in Japan with the album "#TWICE" in June last year, followed by the first single "One More Time" in October and the second, "Candy Pop," in February this year.

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  4. Buriram set to go all out for victoryRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 16 | Bangkok Post

    Thai champions Buriram United must beat Jeju United in South Korea in their final Group G game of the AFC Champions League today to stand any chance of advancing to the last-16 round. With head-to-head results among tied teams to determine rankings, Buriram will qualify for the next round if they win and Cerezo do not defeat Guangzhou.

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  5. Pursuit of Slow Hunch Pays Off with Flu DrugRead the original story

    Monday Apr 16 | Artdiamondblog.com

    As Americans suffer through the worst influenza outbreak in almost a decade, a Japanese drugmaker says it has developed a pill that can kill the virus within a day. "The data that we've seen looks very promising," said Martin Howell Friede, who leads the World Health Organization's advisory on vaccines, including for influenza.

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  6. OK Google, auto-fill the gaps in my JapaneseRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 16 | The Japan Times

    It's amazing that most humans live as long as they do. Giraffe calves tumble out of the womb and are walking minutes later, yet we can't fend for ourselves for years.

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  7. Shire offloads oncology business to French firm for 2.4 billion US dollarsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 16 | Salisbury Journal

    Pharmaceutical giant Shire has agreed to sell its oncology business to French firm Servier for 2.4 billion US dollars , ahead of a potential takeover offer by Japan's Takeda. The drug-maker's board has given the green light to the deal, which does not require shareholder approval and is now expected to close in the second or third quarter of 2018.

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  8. Group dressed as garish, Nagoya Castle themed sea monster looks to make global splashRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Apr 15 | The Japan Times

    Men wearing gold, full-body suits and costume hats, themed as taiyaki , have started to appear in central Nagoya, attracting the attention of pedestrians. The men call themselves the Shachihoko Boys - a reference to a golden imaginary creature with the head of a tiger and the body of a fish, which can be found on the roof of Nagoya Castle.

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  9. Tokyo looks to challenge Japan's conformism by becoming innovation hubRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Apr 15 | The Japan Times

    Tokyo is vying to become an innovation hub for entrepreneurs and investors, challenging Japan's reputation as an environment that fails to nurture entrepreneurship, and a new nonprofit organization is hoping to play a leading role. The recently launched Venture Cafe Tokyo aims to help innovators break away from a culture that stresses conformity and fears failure, by bringing them together with potential investors in the business district of Toranomon.

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  10. Rare Photo of Kim Jong-un's Mother Published in JapanRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Apr 15 | Chosun Ilbo

    Japan's Mainichi Shimbun daily on Saturday published a rare photo of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un's mother, Ko Yong-hui, who is of uncertain status in the North. Kim Jong-un's mother Ko Yong-hui poses in Japan as a member of the Mansudae Art Troupe in 1973, in this photo released by Japan's Mainichi Shimbun on Saturday.

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  11. Daegu Airport Becomes New Gateway to Major DestinationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Apr 15 | Chosun Ilbo

    Daegu International Airport is proving a much better choice as a gateway to Korea than Incheon if travelers want to go somewhere other than Seoul. Located in the middle of the country, Daegu is the ideal hub from which to travel anywhere in Korea, and travel volume is increasing rapidly.

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  12. Former Clark College student wins scholarship to study in Japan for 5 yearsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Apr 15 | The Columbian

    Clark College's annual Sakura Festival is Thursday. The celebration recognizes when John Kageyama, president of America Kotobuki Electronics Inc., gifted Vancouver 100 Shirofugen cherry trees to commemorate the 100th anniversary of Washington's statehood.

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  13. NJPW: The History of Kazuchika Okada vs. Hiroshi TanahashiRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Apr 15 | Daily DDT

    With another showdown looming between two of NJPW's greatest superstars of all-time, let's take a look back at the legendary rivalry between Kazuchika Okada and Hiroshi Tanahashi. As of this writing, NJPW's Kazuchika Okada has held the IWGP Heavyweight Championship for a staggering 662 days.

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  14. Hundreds of people celebrate reopening of Japanese Garden in Herastrau ParkRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Apr 15 | Nine O'Clock

    Hundreds of people celebrated on Saturday the reopening of the Japanese Garden in Herastrau Park by having picnics and taking photos of the blossoming cherries, an event that was also attended by Japanese Ambassador in Bucharest Kisaburo Ishii. He officially opened the garden where Bucharest citizens came alongside their loved ones, with blankets and food to have a full-on picnic.

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  15. Turning traditional style inside outRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Apr 15 | The Japan Times

    'Would you like an egg with your soba?" Jun Obara asks as he conjures an egg from his fur-lined jacket. Without waiting for a response, he cracks open the white shell and carefully mixes its contents into the steaming bowl of noodles.

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  16. The sweet smell of an incense workshop successRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Apr 15 | The Japan Times

    With crinkled noses and uncharacteristic focus, my two young daughters slowly and silently stir the contents of small bowls clasped in their hands. It's not cake mixture, nor is it a bright gloopy paint that mesmerizes them.

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  17. Training and certifying medical specialistsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Apr 15 | The Japan Times

    A new system has been launched this month to certify medical specialists under a common set of standards - whereas previously the specialist doctors in each of the medical fields were tested and certified according to different rules set by their respective medical societies. Creation of the new system under the Japanese Medical Specialty Board, set up in 2014 by the medical societies, the Japan Medical Association and representatives of university medical schools, is aimed at upgrading the quality of specialists - defined as doctors trained in their respective fields of specialty to "provide trustworthy and standard medical service."

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  18. Artist's love of Japan art citedRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Apr 15 | NWAonline

    In the soft, clear light of Provence, France, Vincent van Gogh saw the crisp skies of Japanese woodcut prints. The almond blossoms, gnarled trees and irises that dotted the French landscape reminded him of nature scenes painted in Kyoto.

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  19. Hands-on Toyota exec passes down monozukuri spiritRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Apr 15 | The Japan Times

    Mitsuru Kawai drops by a bathhouse for factory workers at Toyota Motor's headquarters in Aichi Prefecture each day before work. After washing, the 70-year-old executive dons a helmet and heads for its noisy forging plant instead of his corporate office suite.

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  20. European leaders back Syria airstrikes; China againstRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 14 | Stars and Stripes

    A passerby stands near a huge monitor showing U.S. President Donald Trump, in Osaka, western Japan Saturday, April 14, 2018. The United States, France and Britain launched military strikes in Syria to punish President Bashar Assad for an apparent chemical attack against civilians and to deter him from doing it again, but also stirred up angry responses from Syria's allies and ignited a debate over whether the attacks were justified.

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