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- Japan on Thursday recorded 2,385 new COVID-19 cases.
- Tokyo recorded 534 new COVID-19 cases alone on Thursday.
- Osaka reported 338 and Hokkaido 266 new COVID-19 cases on Thursday.
- Tokyo municipal government annou...
- Rising COVID-19 infections lead Tokyo stocks to fall on Thursday morning.
- The 225-issue Nikkei Stock Average fell 161.21 points.
- The Topix index of all First Sections on the TSE was down by 4.35 points.
- Stock i...
- A bill to give recognition to users of donated eggs as parents submitted in Japan.
- Japan’s ruling and opposition parties jointly submitted the bill on Monday.
- The bill doesn’t recognize the rights of such chil...
- Japan PM tells South Korean lawmakers his hopes in the improvement of bilateral ties.
- Suga reiterated its intention to make the first reconciliatory move.
- Since 2018, bilateral ties between Japan and South Korea have rema...
- Japan Govt. and ruling parties to hold regular diet session in late January.
- The session has been delayed to make thorough preparations for deliberation on issues.
- The third fiscal 2020 supplementary budget is also likely...
- Suga instructs cabinet ministers to compile 3rd supplementary budget for fiscal 2020.
- The economic stimulus package is to support the country’s economy.
- The extra budget will likely fund the government's “...
- Japan will not refer to acquiring strike capabilities against foreign bases.
- Next month the Defense Ministry will be revising its national defense plan.
- The Japanese government had scrapped the Aegis Ashore missile defens...
- Competition among 3 Japanese cities rises to invite foreign companies.
- Osaka, Fukuoka, Tokyo are among the cities competing to become an international financial hub.
- Many foreign financial institutions have offices in Tok...
- Avian flu breakout in Western Japan confirmed by Japan Farm Minister.
- It is said to be the first bird flu outbreak in the country since January 2018.
- Katora Nogami announced that countermeasures will be taken.
- 2nd referendum for turning Osaka into a metropolis rejected by voters again.
- Around 692,996 voters turned down the metropolis plan in western Japan city.
- Governor of Osaka had mentioned retiring from politics after comple...
- Electric power firms in Japan aim to strengthen and increase conventional sources of energy.
- Prime Minister of Japan by 2050 has pledged to cut greenhouse gas emissions to net-zero.
- Shikoku Electric Power Co. on Nov.1 wil...
- LDP policy chief reveals possible extended cash handouts to low-income households.
- PM Suga expected to order a third supplementary budget bill for fiscal 2020.
- The expected budget would be around $9.5 billion to $143.3 b...
- Entry ban to be lifted by Japan for China, South Korea, Taiwan, 6 other countries.
- Japan still continues to suspend visa waiver agreements with other countries.
- Japanese nationals and foreign residents returning from ove...
- Japan’s Ministry of Justice proposed changes in the country’s juvenile law.
- The Legislative Council plans to implement stricter punishments for 18 and 19-year-old criminal offenders.
- Prime Minister’s gov...
- Japan’s 3 major mobile phone carriers to put out cheaper plans as per govt. request.
- KDDI Corp. will start offering a 20 GB plan for 3,980 yen.
- An action plan by the govt. was released to spur competition among tel...
- Japanese Govt. calling people to take extended New Year holidays.
- The remark has caused concern among LDP members.
- LDP Diet Affairs Committee Chairman Hiroshi Moriyama commented on the same.
- PM Yoshihide Suga ...
- Japan to expand use of ammonia as fuel and cut down on greenhouse gas emissions.
- Expert reports suggest that Ammonia does not emit carbon dioxide when burned.
- Ministry of Natural Resources and Fuel Department set up a cou...
- Japanese government eyes an action plan to lower domestic mobile phone fees.
- Prime Minister of Japan has asked the govt. to push the plan through.
- Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications will set up a website for...
- Hitachi announces the abolishment of ‘hanko’ seals for internal paperwork by 2022.
- It intends to do so by March 2022 and also reduce paper copies by 70 percent.
- The company also intends to slash the number of ...
- Decision to release Fukushima Nuclear Plant’s treated water currently put off.
- The earlier decision to do so triggered strong opposition from fishermen.
- Japan’s Economy, Trade and Industry Minister mentioned ...