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- COVID-19 quasi-state of emergency to be lifted from 3 prefectures.
- Restrictions in Gunma, Ishikawa and Kumamoto prefecture are expected to be lifted by the weekend.
- The government is likely to make a similar call on five ...
- NTT President to take pay cut over dining case with govt. officials.
- The president and other executives will take a pay cut for three months.
- NTT President Jun Sawada will take a pay cut of 40 percent for three months fro...
- Japan, S. Korea has no plan to meet separately during G-7 summit.
- Yoshihide Suga is set to meet with U.S. President Joe Biden during a G-7 summit.
- G-7 host Britain has invited Moon Jae In as a guest to the in-person summi...
- Tokyo to ask an extension of COVID-19 state of emergency.
- The infection rate in Tokyo has not subsided with the Olympics just two months away.
- Tokyo Gov. Yuriko Koike is hoping the state of emergency to be extended beyond...
- Japan considers allowing pharmacists to administer COVID-19 vaccines.
- The plan comes as Japan aims to boost vaccination process.
- Online bookings for inoculations for the elderly began from Monday.
- Around 30 pre...
- Governors of Tokyo. Kyoto, Okinawa enhances their COVID-19 measures.
- The restaurants and bars in densely populated areas will have to close by 8 p.m.
- Large events will be capped with an attendance of a maximum of 5,000 pe...
- Japan likely to make inbound travellers undergo COVID-19 test a requirement.
- 24 designated countries are currently required to take additional testing three days after entering Japan.
- Japan tightened border controls on tr...
- Japan Govt. to formally decide to end COVID-19 state of emergency.
- The Prime Minister is expected to lift the measure in Tokyo, Kanagawa, Chiba, and Saitama prefectures.
- The government decided to do so after a panel of ex...
- Japan govt. to extend COVID-19 state of emergency by two weeks on Friday.
- The extension to March 21 comes as health experts have warned that a premature exit could lead to a resurgence in infections.
- Tokyo, Kanagawa, Chib...
- Governor of Tokyo expressed caution about lifting state of emergency.
- The COVID-19 state of emergency is expected to end in the metropolitan region this weekend.
- The Tokyo governor expects daily new cases to fall to 70 pe...
- Japan govt. decides to continue the state of emergency this week.
- Hospitals in the country continue to be under pressure with severe COVID-19 infection cases.
- Aichi and Gifu prefectures have been eyeing for an early exit ...
- Japan reports a rise in new car sales by 6.8 percent in January 2021.
- In January 2021, sales of new cars rose to 384.442 units.
- Sales excluding minicars rose by 6.8 percent to 236,592 vehicles.
- Toyota reported ...
- Japan Govt. announces to hold COVID-19 vaccination simulation in Kawasaki.
- Taro Kono, the minister in charge of vaccination efforts announced the same.
- Japan is set to receive 310 million vaccine doses from two U.S. pharm...
- KDDI offers cheapest option of data mobile plan for $24 a month.
- KDDI is expected to announce the new plan today along with other price options.
- NTT Docomo Inc. has set its 20GB plan at 2,980 yen.
- SoftBank Corp...
- Japan reports 4 people arriving from Brazil infected with new variant of COVID-19.
- Japan PM to take a few days to decide whether to expand the state of emergency.
- Japan’s National Institute of Infectious Diseases di...
- Japan declares a state of emergency in Tokyo over increasing COVID-19 infections.
- The emergency will be effective from Friday to Feb. 7, 2021.
- There will no punishment for those who might fail to comply with the emergency...
- Japan’s economy expected to pick up at the end of FY 2021.
- In the next fiscal year to March 2022, the country’s economy is expected to grow 3.42 percent.
- The Japanese government expects a 4.0 percent growth ne...
- Investors forecast Tokyo stocks to rise in 2021.
- The 225-issue Nikkei Stock Average ended trading the highest in 2020 year-end close.
- The benchmark Nikkei rose by 15 percent just in November.
- Companies related ...
- Japan Cabinet approves 3rd supplementary budget of $210 billion for fiscal 2020.
- A new national bond worth 22.40 trillion yen will be issued from the supplementary budget.
- Japan’s current fiscal year’s debt is...
- Japan govt. to raise out-of-pocket money for elderly people’s medical fees.
- The plan is said to be possibly approved by the Cabinet on Tuesday.
- The government wants to lower the burden on the working generation.