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After years of talk, 2013 marked a watershed moment in the government's Cool Japan campaign...As a robot-obsessed kid growing up in the 1970s and '80s, I always thought so. But for years, the anime and manga that drove me to learn Japanese and start
Twenty-nine international scholars, peace activists, writers, artists and a Nobel laureate have issued a formal statement condemning the decision to relocate the Futenma military base to Henoko in northern Okinawa Island and comparing opposition to
Gary Mullins is among the 214 million Americans -- 65 percent of the population -- who are either overweight or obese. Just nine months ago, he weighed 400 pounds, placing him among the nearly 80 million Americans who are obese. But today he tips the
Yokozuna Hakuho got back into the trenches Saturday, kicking off his training for the upcoming New Year Grand Sumo Tournament following a relaxing vacation in Okinawa. Donning a brand-new, sparkling white training mawashi, Hakuho, who enters his
Taipei, Jan. 4 (CNA) Taiwan's Coast Guard Administration launched a rescue mission Saturday after being alerted by Japan's coast guard that a Taiwanese fishing boat was drifting off the coast of Okinawa without any of its crew members.
Happy New Year, and a reminder as we are in 2014, it was 10 years ago when Japanese baseball went into a crisis. There was a threat of contraction to 10 or even eight teams and a long hot summer of uncertainty as team owners and players negotiated
Travel & Delicacy Beauty never Ends Ecological Environment Taiwan News, Staff Reporter 2013-12-30 04:53 PM From 29 December, 2013 to 3 February, 2014, Grand Hyatt Taipei proudly presents Chinese New Year takeout specialties. Due to Chinese New Year
Shinagawa are chatting about their plans for the New Year's holiday...Shinagawa: Yes, I'll go to Okinawa, since I like warm places...Precisely speaking, X can be translated as talking about X or as for X. The speaker marks the topic of the sentence (=
Nearly 70 percent of respondents to a weekend opinion poll say Prime Minister Shinzo Abe should heed the diplomatic implications of his visit to war-linked Yasukuni Shrine and expressed concerns about the provocative move, the results showed Sunday.
When my friends back home in the U.S. realize Japan is a day ahead of them, they can't help but ask this question. I usually respond with an overly detailed account of living in a nightmarish dystopia similar to something you'd see in Blade Runner,