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Anger grows at spike in 'sand graffiti' by tourists in Japan
Local authorities in Japan have drawn a line in the sand amid anger over a rise in graffiti by foreign tourists disfiguring its pristine coastal dunes.
Japan calls for saving Iran nuclear deal
Japanese prime minister on Thursday called for saving Iranian nuclear deal, reached between Iran and G5+1 (US, UK, France, Russia, China plus Germany) in 2015.
Japan’s Honda says UK plant closure in 2021 is certain
Japanese carmaker Honda has announced that it will go ahead with plans to shut down its UK factory Swindon, in southwest England, by 2021.
Japan hopes to mediate between US, Iran to rescue JCPOA
The Japanese government hopes to mediate between Iran and the US in an effort to rescue a landmark 2015 international nuclear deal, known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), officials said on Thursday.
Law revised to enforce child custody handovers in Japan
The Japanese Diet enacted a legal revision on Friday to enable the handover of a child to a parent who has been awarded custody, even if the other parent refuses to abide by a court order to do so.
Japan's labor shortage eats away at backbreaking work culture
When she worked in sales for a bank, Chihiro Narazaki was passed over for the best assignments in favor of older colleagues. Her input was discouraged and she often stayed late just to do routine paperwork.
Germany expresses readiness to work with Japan on free trade, WTO reform
Germany is ready to cooperate with Japan on promoting free trade and reforming the World Trade Organization (WTO), Germany’s economic minister, Peter Altmaier, said in a recent written interview with Jiji Press.
Towering 16-meter snow walls draw thousands to Japan Alps
A corridor with 16-meter-high snow walls in Toyama Prefecture, Japan, has attracted numerous tourists worldwide to have a glimpse of breathtaking snow scenery which is rarely seen in spring in Northern Hemisphere.
Towering 16-meter snow walls draw thousands to Japan Alps
A corridor with 16-meter-high snow walls in Toyama Prefecture, Japan, has attracted numerous tourists worldwide to have a glimpse of breathtaking snow scenery which is rarely seen in spring in Northern Hemisphere.
Japanese Emperor Akihito abdicates throne after 30-year reign
Emperor Akihito of Japan formally stepped down Tuesday, the first abdication for 200 years in the world's oldest monarchy, as his son Naruhito prepared to take the Chrysanthemum Throne and usher in a new imperial era.
Iran, Japan hold joint consular meeting
Iran and Japan held the 11th round of joint consular meeting in Tokyo on Thursday.
EU, Japan reiterate support for Iran nuclear deal despite US pressure
The European Union (EU) and Japan on Thursday reiterated their "joint support for the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA)", commonly known as the Iran nuclear deal, despite mounting pressure from the US.
Japan's Hitachi plans to sell chemical unit, sources say
Japan’s Hitachi Ltd plans to sell its majority stake in Hitachi Chemical, two sources with direct knowledge of the matter told Reuters, in what would mark the latest deal by the sprawling conglomerate to streamline its businesses.
Economy minister: Iran crude important for Japan’s supply security
Japan remains committed to avoiding any harmful impact from US sanctions on Iran, as it sees the Middle Eastern oil producer important for the country's supply security, Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry Hiroshige Seko said Friday.

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