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Envoy optimistic about expansion of Iran-Japan relations
Tokyo to continue independent initiative to reduce regional tensions
The Japanese Ambassador to Iran expressed optimism about the future of Tehran-Tokyo ties, saying the two nations will intelligently remove obstacles to bilateral relations.
IOC wants to 'fully brief' Tokyo on Olympics marathon switch
The people of Tokyo deserve to be "fully briefed" on why Olympics chiefs have switched two events at next year's Games to a different city.
Two killed as fierce typhoon hits Tokyo, millions told to evacuate
Two men were killed, about 60 people injured and more than six million people advised to evacuate as a powerful typhoon bore down on the Japanese capital on Saturday, bringing with it the heaviest rain and winds in 60 years.
‘The Irishman’ to close Tokyo Int’l Film Festival
Tokyo International Film Festival announced that Martin Scorsese’s Netflix-backed ‘The Irishman’ will play as its closing film on November 5, while Masayuki Suo’s ‘Talking the Pictures’ will receive a Gala Screening on October 31.
Tokyo blasts Russian PM's visit to disputed island as 'extremely regrettable'
Japan has slammed as ‘extremely regrettable’ a visit by Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev to a disputed island claimed by both countries, calling on Moscow to adopt “constructive” moves towards advancing ties.
Escalating dispute between Tokyo, Seoul already affecting businesses
The ongoing trade dispute between Japan and South Korea has begun to affect businesses across sectors and could potentially even make a dent in the global economy.
IOC: Tokyo better prepared than any city before
A year before hosting the 2020 Olympics, Tokyo is better prepared than any other city in the past to host the Games, Olympic chief Thomas Bach said on Wednesday.
Deadly knife attack near Tokyo raises alarm on child safety
A deadly knife attack on a group of mostly schoolgirls near Tokyo this week raised concerns Wednesday over the safety of schoolchildren in Japan, a country known for its low crime rate and where children usually walk to school on their own or in groups.
Tehran, Tokyo launch Iran’s northwest tourism development project
The first phase of the northwest tourism development project was launched with the cooperation of Japan’s tourism specialists, said Iran’s director general of tourism planning and development.
Tokyo 2020 Olympics unveils robots to help wheelchair users, workers
Tokyo 2020 Olympics and Paralympics organizers launched their ambitious Robot Project on Friday, unveiling two of the robots designed to assist supporters, workers and athletes at the Games.
Nissan ex-chair Ghosn steps out in Tokyo, trailed by media
Former Nissan chairman Carlos Ghosn was seen walking in a Tokyo park on Friday, two days after his release from a Japanese detention center.
Police raid yakuza office in Tokyo over Kabukicho shooting
Police on Wednesday raided the Tokyo, Japan, office of a yakuza gangster group associated with a man wanted for alleged murder and violation of the fire arms control law.
Tokyo inflation picks up
Tokyo’s core consumer price inflation picked up slightly more than expected in January due to higher energy prices, but Japan’s central bank still has a long way to achieve its elusive two percent inflation target.
Thousands take part in New Year calligraphy contest in Tokyo
Thousands of people have gathered and competed in a New Year calligraphy contest in Tokyo, hoping to get a good start to 2019.

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