Kinki, Japan Newswire (Page 7)

Kinki, Japan Newswire (Page 7)

Comprehensive Real-Time News Feed for Kinki, Japan. (Page 7)

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  1. Japan PM Abe battles scandal on two fronts as questions swirlRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 16 | Channelnewsasia.com

    Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, now in a rare fifth year as leader, is battling scandals on two separate fronts as questions swirl about his ties to a nationalist school involved in a murky land deal and his defence minister faces calls to resign. Shinzo Abe, Japan's Prime Minister, attends a banquet for Saudi Arabia's King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, at the prime minister's official residence in Tokyo, Japan, on Monday, March 13, 2017.

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  2. Century-Old Book of Koan Answers Is Still ControversialRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 16 | Tricycle

    In 1916, a peevish Japanese Zen monk gave himself a pseudonym meaning "The Arch-Destroyer of the Existent Order" and published a book titled A Critique of Japanese Pseudo-Zen . The book consisted mostly of a blistering attack on Japan's Rinzai Zen schools and the way they were conducting koan study at the time.

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  3. Japan's Nikkei edges down, set for weekly dropRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 16 | Reuters

    TOKYO, March 17 Japan's Nikkei share average edged down on Friday morning, as the yen held steady against the dollar after the U.S. Federal Reserve signalled fewer interest rate hikes than some investors had expected. The Nikkei shed 0.3 percent to 19,523.27 in mid-morning trade, with the index heading to a weekly loss for the first time in three weeks ahead of the three-day weekend.

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  4. Tokyo court clears ex-Novartis employee of Diovan drug ad exaggeration chargeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 16 | The Japan Times

    A former employee of the Japanese unit of Swiss pharmaceutical giant Novartis AG was found not guilty Thursday of exaggerating advertising claims for the blood pressure-lowering drug Diovan. Besides clearing 66-year-old Nobuo Shirahashi of a violation under a pharmaceutical affairs law that bans fraudulent and exaggerated advertising, the Tokyo District Court also found the Tokyo-based sales arm Novartis Pharma K.K. not guilty.

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  5. Japan PM Abe battles scandal on two fronts as questions swirlRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 28 | Reuters

    Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, now in a rare fifth year as leader, is battling scandals on two separate fronts as questions swirl about his ties to a nationalist school involved in a murky land deal and his defense minister faces calls to resign. The scandals, which analysts say present the most serious crisis for Abe since he returned to office in 2012, appear likely to further erode his support rates, now about 50 percent.

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  6. NieR: Automata reviewedRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 16 | Ars Technica

    Hastening developments in the fields of artificial intelligence and cybernetics are converging on the creation of machines that are independent from human oversight. A recent commission from the European Parliament demanded a set of regulations be drawn up to govern the creation, use, and even rights of robots .

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  7. Sport24.co.za | RWC rankings at stake in Six Nations finaleRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 16 | News24

    Six Nations champions England may be bidding for a Grand Slam when they face Ireland this weekend but they won't be the only team with something to play for on Saturday's final day of the Championship. The climax to the 2017 Six Nations also marks the last round of international matches before the 2019 World Cup pool draw takes place in the Japanese city of Kyoto on May 10. Leading teams will be split into three bands of four based on their position in the world rankings for a seeded draw.

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  8. Shinzo Abe dragged deeper into Japan school scandalRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 16 | Financial Times

    Shinzo Abe has been forced to deny he made a financial donation to a Japanese religious school, as a growing scandal over its cut-price purchase of public land personally embroiled the Japanese prime minister for the first time. The escalating allegations over Mr Abe's involvement make the affair the most serious threat to Japan's political stability since he was elected in 2012 on a pledge to revive the country's economy and escape from more than two decades of on-and-off deflation.

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  9. EXO's new DVD tops Japanese music chartRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 16 | Korea Herald

    EXO rose to the top of Japan's Oricon chart with its new DVD "EXO PLANET #3 - The EXO'rDIUM ? in JAPAN" released on March 8 in Japan. It topped the charts in three sections: Weekly Comprehensive DVD, Weekly Music DVD and Weekly Music Blue-ray.

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  10. Abe donated to new Moritomo school, Kagoike claimsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 16 | The Japan Times

    The head of scandal-tainted Moritomo Gakuen, Yasunori Kagoike, told a delegation of Diet members in Osaka Thursday that he received a donation from Prime Minister Shinzo Abe to help build an elementary school that promotes a nationalist education. Kagoike made the comments to nearly a dozen visiting lawmakers at the site of a Moritomo-run elementary school , which is embroiled in a land scandal that has reached the highest levels of government.

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  11. A look ahead at Japan under oppressive ruleRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 16 | The Japan Times

    Reading about America's dystopian future makes you wonder how oppressive Japan's LDP will become by 2030. After all, the LDP has never pretended to care much for democratic values.

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  12. Furukawa-cho ShotengaiRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 16 | Japan Visitor Blog

    The arcade itself dates from 1963 but the shopping street goes back to the Edo Period and earlier, serving pilgrims on their way to Chion-in Temple, Kiyomizudera and Yasaka Shrine to the south. The recent explosion of foreign visitors to Kyoto has meant two former mansion buildings and a traditional machiya townhouse on the arcade have been converted into guesthouses popular with Asian travelers from China, Korea, Taiwan, Malaysia and Singapore in particular.

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  13. Asia markets to eye BOJ decision, weaker dollar, oil pricesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 15 | The Nation

    Futures in Asia pointed to a mixed Thursday opening, following Wall Street's higher close after the Federal Reserve raised rates but kept a dovish stance, according CNBC.Com reported. Japanese market futures were lower than the Nikkei 225's last close at 19,577.38: Futures in Chicago were down 0.52 per cent at 19,475 and Osaka futures fell 1.05 per cent to 19,370.

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  14. These are the 15 best airports in the worldRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 15 | Silicon Alley Insider

    The facility serves as one of Southeast Asia's largest transit hubs and is a major cog in the city-state's bustling economy. "Winning the Skytrax World's Best Airport Award for the fifth consecutive year is an immense encouragement to our 50,000-strong airport community at Changi Airport, every one of whom is passionate about delivering the most memorable airport experience to our passengers," Changi Airport Group CEO Lee Seow Hiang said in a statement.

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  15. 10 Things to Know for TodayRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 15 | Log Cabin Democrat

    Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today: 1. WHAT TRUMP PAID IN TAXES IN 2005 The U.S. president earned $153 million and paid $36.5 million in income taxes that year, according to two pages from his tax return released by a reporter, and also reported a business loss of $103 million that year. 2. NETHERLANDS HOLDING PARLIAMENTARY ELECTIONS Polls are being closely watched as a possible indicator of the strength of far-right populism ahead of national votes in France and Germany later this year.

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  16. Add CommentRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 15 | CottageCountryNow.ca

    A dim storage room surrounded by bamboo groves and pastoral hills is filled wall-to-wall with 3,000 wooden barrels. Here sleeps, for years, sometimes decades, prized Japanese whisky.

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  17. The postal town on the old Tokaido roadRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 15 | Sun-Star

    ON THE recent visit to Tokyo, Shinagawa was home base. Home was a residential cluster on a hilltop a short distance from the train station.

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  18. In this March 8, 2017 photo, Suntory's chief blender Shinji Fukuyo...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 15 | The Beaumont Enterprise

    In this March 8, 2017 photo, Suntory's chief blender Shinji Fukuyo demonstrates how he examines the whisky at the Suntory distillery in Yamazaki, near Kyoto, western Japan.

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  19. East meets West - How Capcom is evolving to meet a global audienceRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 15 | GamesIndustry.biz

    Depending on where you live in the world, it can mean something quite different. To me, it's a social media tool designed to tag certain posts.

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  20. FC Tokyo hits Vegalta for six in J. League CupRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 15 | The Japan Times

    FC Tokyo scored six unanswered goals to open the J. League Cup competition as Yoshiyuki Shinoda's side thrashed Vegalta Sendai in Group A on Wednesday. Takuma Abe and Shoya Nakajima bagged braces and Kento Hashimoto and Peter Utaka chipped in with a goal each for the hosts at Ajinomoto Stadium.

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