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Tokyo battles rats as iconic market shuts
The operation must be ruthless, thorough and silent. Without alerting the watchful enemy, a unit of highly trained Japanese agents will throw up a ring of steel to block any escape from the vast battleground.
Tokyo underlined importance of Iran ties in its talks with US – official
Japan’s Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Taro Aso said Tokyo has underlined the importance of its mutual ties and oil trade with Tehran during its talks with the US.
Japan executes last members of 1995 Tokyo subway attack
Japan on Thursday executed the last members of the cult sentenced to death for their role in the fatal 1995 sarin attack on the Tokyo subway, weeks after the group's leader was hanged.
Japan executes 7 for 1995 Tokyo sarin attack
Japan has executed the former leader of a doomsday cult and six other members that carried out a sarin gas attack on the Tokyo subway in 1995 in which 13 people were killed and thousands injured.
Seoul, Beijing, Tokyo oppose trade protectionism
Finance chiefs from South Korea, China and Japan on Friday warned against growing protectionism trends and stressed the importance of promoting an open and rule-based trade framework.
Study: Super typhoon could flood a-third of central Tokyo
A third of central Tokyo could be left under water and nearly four million people affected if a super typhoon strikes the capital causing storm surges, a new study from local authorities has warned.
Iran Embassy in Tokyo opens memorial book for tanker victims
The Embassy of Iran in Tokyo said it has opened a memorial book to commemorate the sailors of the Sanchi oil tanker who lost their life in a crash fire accident.
Beijing urges restraint as Tokyo plans to shoot down North Korean missiles
China has called on Japan and the United States to exercise restraint over the tension on the Korean Peninsula after Tokyo warned of shooting down North Korean missiles if necessary.
US president calls North Korean military program ‘threat’ to world
Speaking in Tokyo, US President Donald Trump has called North Korea’s military program a ‘threat’ to global peace, reiterating the mantra that the ‘strategic patience’ with Pyongyang is over.
Former Iran FM awarded Japanese Decoration
The Government of Japan said on Sunday that the former Foreign Minister of Iran has been awarded the second highest national decoration of the country's government.
Iranian photographer wins UNIC Tokyo Students Photo Contest
Iranian photographer Kiarash Eqbali-Seresht won the 'Award of Recognition' at the Second Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) Student Photo Contest organized by the United Nations Information Center (UNIC) in Tokyo and Sophia University in Japan.
Iranian photographer wins UNIC Tokyo Students Photo Contest
Iranian photographer Kiarash Eghbali-Seresht has won the ‘Award of Recognition’ of the Second Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) Student Photo Contest organized by the United Nations Information Center (UNIC) in Tokyo and Sophia University in Japan.
Iranian director Mirkarimi among Tokyo jury
Iranian writer-director and producer Reza Mirkarimi has been selected to serve on the panel of jury to judge 15 features in the main competition of Tokyo International Film Festival.
Japan's Abe says he will call snap election for parliament
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe announced Monday he will call a snap election for parliament's more powerful lower house for next month.
Tokyo supports full implementation of Iran nuclear deal: Japanese official
Senior Japan Foreign Ministry official said on Wednesday that Tokyo supports full implementation of nuclear deal between Iran and G5+1(the US, the UK, Russia, China and France plus Germany).

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