Kyoto, Japan Newswire (Page 4)

Kyoto, Japan Newswire (Page 4)

Comprehensive Real-Time News Feed for Kyoto, Japan. (Page 4)

Results 61 - 80 of 2,339 in Kyoto, Japan

  1. Pokemon-mania vindicates Nintendo's mobile game shiftRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 13 | The Star Online

    With Pokemon-mania sweeping the planet, Nintendo's nascent shift into mobile gaming has proved a massive hit, vindicating the Japanese videogame giant's decision to unshackle itself from a long-standing consoles-only policy. Since its release last week, smartphone game Pokemon Go has been winning legions of fans around the world, downloaded millions of times and topping the rankings at official online shops.

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  2. Deep Impact Rules JRHA Foal SaleRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 12 | Blood Horse

    There were 390 yearlings and foals sold from 479 offered July 11-12 at Northern Horse Park for record receipts of 14,942,100,000 , an increase of 13% on last year. The overall average rose 15% to a record 38,310,000 .

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  3. Jeff Burkharta s Barfly: Get to know Japanese whiskyRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 12 | Marin Independent Journal

    On a recent trip to Japan I realized that the bright green hills of Kyoto could give the blue grass of Kentucky a run for its money. Both have high humidity in summer, and both create whisky.

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  4. Rwanda: Kobe and Kigali - Partnership for AllRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 11 | AllAfrica.com

    Kobe City and Kigali City signed joint declarations of partnership on May 9, this year to "encourage business, academic and public sectors to flourish". What does it mean? There are a variety of reasons that municipal governments choose to ink these kinds of agreements, including opportunities to travel and grow contacts.

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  5. Physics and Math NewsRead the original story

    Monday Jul 11 | Not Even Wrong

    On the high energy physics front, the good news is that the LHC is performing remarkably well, with already over 13 inverse fb of luminosity , far above that expected at this time, on track to end up with a lot more than the targeted 25 inverse fb for the year. The bad news however is that new reliable rumors confirm non-existence of the 750 GeV state that would have killed the Standard Model and revolutionized the field.

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  6. Tokyo suitcase body identified as Chinese: policeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 7 | The China Post

    A human body found inside a suitcase floating in a Tokyo canal last month has been identified as that of a mainland Chinese woman missing for over two years, police said Thursday. The corpse, clad in a camisole and short pants, was not badly decomposed when discovered on June 27, which local reports said indicated the woman had not been dead for long.

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  7. Body in suitcase in Tokyo canal identified as Chinese: policeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 7 | The Japan Times

    A human body found inside a suitcase floating in a Tokyo canal last month has been identified as that of a Chinese woman missing for over two years, police said Thursday. The corpse, clad in a camisole and short pants, was not badly decomposed when discovered on June 27 in the Keihin Canal in Shinagawa Ward.

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  8. Kawachi takes role with new leagueRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 7 | The Japan Times

    For 11 seasons, Toshimitsu Kawachi was the face of the bj-league. As the only commissioner in league history, he was the front man for the league's growth from six teams in the 2005-06 season to 24 clubs this past season as well as its success stories and problems.

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  9. Body in suitcase in Tokyo canal identified as Chinese womanRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 7 | Yahoo!

    A human body found inside a suitcase floating in a Tokyo canal last month has been identified as that of a Chinese woman missing for over two years, police said Thursday. The corpse, clad in a camisole and short pants, was not badly decomposed when discovered on June 27, which local reports said indicated the woman had not been dead for long.

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  10. New butoh venue aims for intimacyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 7 | The Japan Times

    Butoh has found a permanent home in Kyoto. Appropriately, for a form of dance that originated in Japan but has flown under the radar here, that home is a tiny 154-year-old kura , or storehouse, hidden down an alley and squeezed between a medical college and residential buildings slap bang in the middle of the city.

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  11. Body of 34-year-old Chinese woman found in suitcase floating in Tokyo canalRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 7 | South China Morning Post

    A human body found inside a suitcase floating in a Tokyo canal last month has been identified as that of a Chinese woman missing for over two years, police said Thursday. The corpse, clad in a camisole and short pants, was not badly decomposed when discovered on June 27, which local reports said indicated the woman had not been dead for long.

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  12. Travel survey bumps Kyoto from world's top tourist spotRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 7 | The Japan Times

    Kyoto fell from its perch as the world's top tourist city in survey rankings compiled by the influential U.S. magazine Travel + Leisure, which dropped Japan's ancient capital to No. 6. Charleston, South Carolina, claimed the top spot.

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  13. This new chicken ramen may cure L.A.'s tonkotsu obsessionRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 6 | Los Angeles Times

    ... foray into the United States is headed by Takuji Hamano, who came up the ranks at the original Tentenyu in Kyoto, Japan. Nathan Asamoto, formerly of Men Oh Tokushima and Ramen Champ, is on the management team, helping the Japanese brand navigate the ...

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  14. 'Kampai!' raises a glass to sake educationRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 6 | The Japan Times

    For decades, sake didn't really do it for the citizens of this archipelago. Cheap, ubiquitous and made from rice, it seemed too familiar - tacky even.

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  15. Making A Reservation At Saihoji TempleRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 6 | Japan Visitor Blog

    This involves sending a self-addressed stamped postcard available from the post office or a convenience store, or, if sending from overseas, a postcard with an international reply coupon to Saihoji. The ofuku hagaki is a set of two postcards one of which will be used by Saihoji to reply.

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  16. Raising the bar and a glass to sake educationRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 6 | The Japan Times

    For decades, sake didn't really do it for the citizens of this archipelago. Cheap, ubiquitous and made from rice, it seemed too familiar - tacky even.

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  17. Kyoto's Shokado museum showcases nature, tea ceremony, artRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 6 | The Japan Times

    The Shokado Garden Art Museum in a suburban Kyoto neighborhood offers a respite to visitors with its distinct seasonal variations of flora as well as recreated tea ceremony houses, calligraphy works and brush paintings - all associated with medieval Japanese Buddhist monk Shokado Shojo. Versed in Shingon Esoteric Buddhism, Shojo served as a priest at a temple on Otokoyama hill in what is now the city of Yawata, where the museum is also located.

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  18. As Japan's population slides, one mayor wrestles with overcrowdingRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 5 | The Japan Times

    As Japan's population shrinks and ages, some rural communities are in danger of extinction. Yet in Tokyo, one mayor has the opposite problem.

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  19. The embellished world of Kozan Miyagawa's ceramicsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 5 | The Japan Times

    In 1954-55, three Kyoto ceramists of the Sodeisha group of artists began a revolution by creating objects that fulfilled no practical role. Kazuo Yagi, Osamu Suzuki and Hikaru Yamada took away the mouths of vases or added several more to them, played with vessels' legs or the absence of them and turned utilitarian craft objects into modernist sculptural forms.

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  20. Jeff Burkharta s Barfly: Japan, the land of the politeRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 2 | Marin Independent Journal

    Jeff Burkhart, seen on Thursday, Sept. 6, 2012 in Novato, Calif., has written a book, "Twenty Years Behind Bars," about his experiences as a longtime bartender and nightclub owner in Marin County.

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