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Companies move closer to PC arm integration

The Yomiuri Shimbun Toshiba Corp., Fujitsu Ltd. and Vaio Corp., a Sony Corp. spin-off based in Azumino, Nagano Prefecture, have entered the final stage of negotiations to integrate their personal computer businesses, The Yomiuri Shimbun has learned. The Japan News, 1 day ago

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Rescuers free guests in resort area who were stranded due to snow, fallen trees

NAGANO Most of the 250 guests and employees who were stranded beginning Friday at a spa resort in Nagano Prefecture when trees there knocked down by heavy snow blocked routes to the area have now been evacuated. A route to the prestigious Tobira ...
 Japan Times1 week ago Hundreds stranded at central Japan spa resort following heavy snow  Mainichi Daily News1 week ago Hundreds stranded at Nagano spa resort following heavy snow  Japan Today1 week ago 262 people stranded at resorts in Nagano  Mainichi Daily News1 week ago
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Datsun showcases Go-Cross concept at Auto Expo

L-R: Koji Nagano, executive design director, Datsun and Vincent Cobee, corporate head of Datsun poses with the Datsun Go-Cross Concept at the Auto Expo. Datsun has exhibited its latest crossover concept, the Go-Cross, at the 2016 Auto Expo. This ...
 Autocar Professional4 days ago Datsun showcases GO-Cross concept car in India  Automotive Business Review18 minutes ago Datsun GO-Cross Concept Debuts  MyInforms1 day ago Datsun GO-cross Concept debuts in Delhi  MyInforms1 hour ago
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Kaleidoscope of the Heart: Tragedy survivors need lifestyle support

Rika Kayama A bus crash in the town of Karuizawa, Nagano Prefecture, ended up a tragedy that took the lives of 15 people. Almost all of the passengers were university students who were using a break from school to go skiing. Many young people, ...
 Mainichi Daily News1 week ago New bus services ferry foreign skiers from Hakuba in search of restaurants  The Japan News1 week ago Bus sped up just before plunging off Nagano highway, video shows  Asiaone2 weeks ago Video footage shows tour bus swerving on bends prior to fatal crash  Japan Today2 weeks ago

Stepping into the world of 'hina' dolls

SUZAKA, Nagano Prefecture--A thousand traditional "hina" dolls placed on 30 steps have gone on display at each of two facilities in the Suzaka Art Park. The dolls have been laid out along 30 steps rising six meters in height at both the World ...
 Asahi.com5 days ago
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Nagano aims to educate with hunting skills course

NAGANO A basic hunting skills course launched by the Nagano Prefectural Government to combat increasing damage to crops and trees by wild animals has proven popular, drawing many more participants than expected. One rainy day in mid-December, ...
 Japan Times2 weeks ago Hunting skills course gets off to strong start in Nagano  Japan Today2 weeks ago
Japan Times

Review starts on bus regulations following deadly ski bus crash

In response to the deadly Jan. 15 crash of a ski tour bus in Nagano Prefecture, the national government has started a review of regulations for bus operators. The transport ministry has set up a panel to consider tightening the screening process ...
 Japan Times2 weeks ago Deadly Nagano ski bus crash points to need for safety standards rethink  Japan Times2 weeks ago
Mainichi Daily News

Crashed bus going at about 80 kph, far beyond limit: sources

A tour bus lies on its side next to National Route 18 in Karuizawa, Nagano Prefecture, after crashing through the guardrail, on Jan. 15, 2016. (Mainichi) NAGANO, Japan (Kyodo) -- The ski tour bus that careened off a road in central Japan last ...
 Mainichi Daily News2 weeks ago Bus was in neutral at time of deadly Nagano crash: investigators  Japan Times2 weeks ago Emergency unit reveals harrowing details of fatal bus crash rescue  Asahi.com2 weeks ago Tour bus gearbox in neutral at time of fatal crash: sources  Mainichi Daily News2 weeks ago
The Japan News

Tour operator raided over labor law violations after deadly bus crash

Authorities have raided the offices of the operator of a bus involved in a deadly crash last Friday in Nagano prefecture on suspicion of labor law violations. The vehicle was carrying mainly young people and was headed from Tokyo to a ski resort ...
 Japan Times2 weeks ago Operator of bus that crashed in Nagano offered illegally discounted price  Japan Times3 weeks ago Operator of crashed bus raided  The Japan News2 weeks ago Operator of crashed bus provided service at price below legal limit  Japan Today3 weeks ago
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Experts point finger at transport ministry's lax vehicle inspections

Last week's deadly ski tour bus crash in Nagano Prefecture has revealed limits to inspections by the transport ministry, which failed to detect slapdash operations at ESP, the Tokyo-based operator of the vehicle. An expert pointed out that the ...
 Japan Times2 weeks ago Small bus firms face ministry inspections in wake of deadly Nagano crash  Japan Times2 weeks ago Ministry inspects overnight buses in Tokyo, finds 8 violations  Asahi.com2 weeks ago Ministry to inspect chartered bus operators  The Japan News2 weeks ago
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