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Tokyo’s Kita Ward assembly on May 26 introduced a 4-million-yen ($33,333) computer system that trans ...Read more
Remarks by Abe administration officials on the possibility of Japan attacking enemy bases sparked co ...Read more
MINAMI-SANRIKU, Miyagi Prefecture--The skeletal steel frame of a building that stands as a symbol of ...Read more
IWAKI, Fukushima Prefecture--Tokyo Electric Power Co. said it will finish processing highly radioact ...Read more
Sixteen organizations consisting of Japanese historians issued a statement May 25 calling on politic ...Read more
The Lower House kicks off much-awaited deliberations on two contentious security bills that would gr ...Read more
The government should maintain its policy of confiscating passports of Japanese nationals seeking to ...Read more
Aiming to liberate users from a hassle of memorizing passwords, NTT Docomo Inc. said Tuesday it will ...Read more
The remains of some 15,000 Japanese soldiers who died in the Philippines during World War II continu ...Read more
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and his Malaysian counterpart, Najib Razak, have pledged to advance defens ...Read more
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe shakes hands with Rep Mike Rogers, R-Mich, a senior member of the the U.S. ...Read more
Iraq vowed Tuesday to retake Anbar province — now mostly held by the Islamic State — by launching a ...Read more
Heavy gunfire and explosions echoed through an upscale neighborhood in Afghanistan's capital la ...Read morePolitics › Japanese academics join calls for gov't to face up to responsibility over 'comfort women'
Japanese academics have called on the conservative government to face up to its responsibility over ...Read more
A new law went into effect on Tuesday that allows local governments to demolish vacant houses that h ...Read more
The 3rd CLIC (Creative Linking of International Chambers) event will be held on 11 June 19.00-21.00, at the Swedish Embassy. This time the speaker will be Mr. Steen Kokkenborg,...
On 6 March, the Nordic Chambers alongside the American Chamber of Commerce in Japan, held a networking event at the Swedish Embassy in Tokyo. With over 150 guests, and...
The Scandinavian Christmas Ball 2014, was held Friday 12 December at the Westin Tokyo. This year the Icelandic Chamber of Commerce had record attendance, with 22 participants. Thanks go...
On the occassion of the official visit to Japan by H.E. Mr. Gunnar Bragi Sveinsson, Iceland’s Minister for Foreign Affairs, the Icelandic Chamber of Commerce in Japan held the...
A second CLIC event was held at Oakwood Premier Tokyo Midtown on 5 November. CLIC (Creative Linking of International Chambers) is a loose organization of seven smaller Northern European...
The 3rd CLIC (Creative Linking of International Chambers) event will be held on 11 June 19.00-21.00, at the Swedish Embassy. This time the speaker will be Mr. Steen Kokkenborg, Representative Director and Vice President of Lego Japan. Mr. Kokkenborg will share with us the LEGO journey in the Japanese...