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Danish firm Orsted signs agreement to work on offshore wind projects in Japan
Tokyo Electric Power Company Holdings (TEPCO) signed a memorandum of understanding with Danish energy business Orsted to work together on offshore wind projects.
Iran, Japan celebrate 90th anniversary of diplomatic ties
Iran and Japan celebrated the 90th anniversary of their diplomatic relations on Thursday.
Japan satellite blasts into space to deliver artificial meteors
A rocket carrying a satellite on a mission to deliver the world's first artificial meteor shower blasted into space on Friday, Japanese scientists said.
Hitachi freezes UK nuclear project as energy supply crunch looms
Japan’s Hitachi Ltd decided on Thursday to freeze a 3 trillion yen ($28 billion) nuclear power project in Britain, dealing a blow to UK plans for the replacement of aging plants.
Japan Tobacco ratchets up smokeless war with new products
Japan Tobacco Inc on Thursday unveiled two “heat-not-burn” products, as it races against market leader Philip Morris International Inc for a larger share of the vaping space with conventional cigarettes steadily falling out of favor.
Japan overcame natural disasters to attract record-high visitors in 2018
Japan welcomed a record high of more than 300 million foreign visitors in 2018, despite a series of natural disasters that temporarily shut down major airports, raising hopes that government's goal of attracting 40 million tourists annually by 2020 can be achieved.
Japan banks to resume Iran oil transactions
Major Japanese banks are set to resume Iranian oil transactions after receiving final regulatory clearance, paving the way for the country's refiners to begin loadings as early as this month, sources with direct knowledge of the matter told S&P Global Platts Tuesday.
Moriyasu sees challengers aplenty for Japan at Asian Cup
Japan head coach Hajime Moriyasu believes his side is just one of several teams which have what it takes to win the AFC Asian Cup UAE 2019 title.
‘Shoplifters’ steals the show at US festival
Hirokazu Kore-eda’s ‘Shoplifters’, Japan’s submission for the foreign-language film Oscar, was awarded the FIPRESCI Prize for Best Foreign Language Film of the Year at the 30th annual Palm Springs International Film Festival, which announced its juried award winners at a luncheon today at Riviera Palm Springs.
American woman brings pistol, bullets onto Delta Air Lines flight to Japan
An American woman who was found to be in possession of a pistol and bullets on a flight from Atlanta to Narita airport near Tokyo last week was denied entry to Japan, airport sources said on Friday.
Osako double triggers Japan comeback against Turkmenistan
Yuya Osako netted a quick-fire double as former champion Japan survived a scare to beat Turkmenistan 3-2 in their AFC Asian Cup opener on Wednesday.
Japanese, Indian firms to resume Iran crude imports
Two major Japanese companies and an Indian state-run corporation seek to resume purchasing Iranian crude in January and February more than two months after the US reinstated sanctions on Iran’s oil and banking industries.
Japan begins collecting departure tax to fund inbound tourism promotion
Japan started collecting a ¥1,000 departure tax on Monday from each traveler leaving the country in an effort to fund measures to attract more foreign visitors in the run-up to and beyond the 2020 Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics.
Japan assists Iran with afforestation
The Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) launched a project in southwest Iran to establish forests and resuscitate pastures in the areas around Karun, the only navigable river in Iran.
Japan must keep growing inbound tourism
The annual number of inbound travelers to Japan topped 30 million for the first time in mid-December, and is believed to have reached 31 million by the end of 2018.

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