The Japan News Shin Ji Yai, looking to become the third South Korean with three wins on the Japan tour this season, shot a 5-under 67 to take a two-shot lead after the first round of the ¥70 million Nitori Ladies in Eniwa, Hokkaido. Shin, winner ... The Japan News, 8 hours ago
Researchers Submit Patent Application, "Information Processing Apparatus, Information Processing System, and License Management Method", for Approval
By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Computer Weekly News -- From Washington, D.C. , VerticalNews journalists report that a patent application by the inventors MATSUSHIMA , Hiroyuki (Kanagawa, JP); Fujita , Yohei (Kanagawa, JP); Kaida, Yukiko ( ...4 Traders, 1 week ago
FUKUOKA Marquee rookie Yuki Matsui overcame a shaky first inning and a seventh-inning crisis to earn his first win as a starter on Wednesday as the Tohoku Rakuten Golden Eagles beat the Fukuoka Softbank Hawks 7-4 and snapped the Pacific League ...Japan Times, 2 weeks ago
Sagan Tosu took advantage of a slip up from the Urawa Red Diamonds to move to the top of the J.League by virtue of more goals scored after edging Nago...
Sagan Tosu took advantage of a slip up from the Urawa Red Diamonds to move to the top of the J-League by virtue of more goals scored after edging to a 1-0 win over Nagoya Grampus Eight . Kei Ikeda's strike seven minutes from time settled the ...FIFA.com, 3 weeks ago
BEIJING, July 15 (Xinhua) -- The publication of confessions by Japanese war criminals has renewed Chinese anger over the World War II atrocities and led to fresh calls for efforts to defend peace. China to date has published the full texts of ...Xinhua News Agency, 1 month ago Japanese war criminal confessions renew Chinese anger Global Times, 1 month ago
TOKYO — European companies are playing substantial roles in the Japanese renewable energy market, offering innovative solutions in wind and solar power, geothermal and biomass-driven energy. Although Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's government has ...Japan Today, 1 month ago
Hayato Sakamoto put on a show with his bat a few nights ago in Hiroshima, but saved just enough to ensure the Chunichi Dragons wouldn't feel left out. Sakamoto drove in three runs, Shinnosuke Abe homered, and reliever Scott Mathieson pulled the ...Japan Times, 1 month ago
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