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Sony to increase production capabilities for stacked CMOS image sensors
Ferret.com.au

Sony to increase production capabilities for stacked CMOS imag...

SONY is increasing its production capacity for stacked CMOS image sensors. Sony is investing in its Nagasaki Technology Centre and the Kumamoto Technology Centre from the second half of the current fiscal year in a bid to reinforce Nagasaki TEC's ... Ferret.com.au, 4 hours ago
Sony increases production capacity for stacked CMOS image sensors Electronics Engineering Herald, 7 hours ago
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Bangkok Post

15-year-old girl arrested for beheading classmate in Sasebo

SASEBO — Police in Sasebo, Nagasaki Prefecture, said Sunday they have arrested a 15-year-old high school girl on suspicion of killing a classmate. According to police, the victim, Aiwa Matsuo, also 15, was visiting the suspect at her apartment ...
 Japan Today18 hours ago Japan schoolgirl arrested for murdering, dismembering classmate  Bangkok Post10 hours ago Japanese student murders classmate  Examiner.com37 minutes ago Japan schoolgirl held for killing, dismembering classmate  SAMAA TV4 hours ago
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Toyota Tsusho Corporation

Tuna fishermen call for tighter restrictions as Bluefin numbers dwindle

A large Bluefin tuna is seen after being unloaded at Katsumoto fishing port in Iki, Nagasaki Prefecture, in January 2013. (Photo courtesy of "Iki-shi Maguro Shigen o Kangaeru Kai") IKI, Nagasaki -- Fishermen here are calling for the Fisheries Agency ...
 Mainichi Daily News1 day ago Toyota Tsusho and Kinki University Sign Memorandum on Promoting Marine-product Cultivation Business-Agreement Outlines World's First Industry-academic Mass Production of Bluefin Tuna Hatchlings-  Toyota Tsusho Corporation1 week ago Tuna taste test  Japan Today1 week ago New tuna farm to address decline  NHK1 week ago

Steel mill worker reveals blocking view of U.S. aircraft on day of Nagasaki atomic bombing

Furnaces at Yawata Steel Works, seen in this photo taken in October 1945, survived an air raid. (Mainichi) KITAKYUSHU, Fukuoka -- As the 69th anniversary of the Nagasaki atomic bombing approaches, a former mill worker in the present-day city of ...
 Mainichi Daily News1 day ago
Japan Times

Nagasaki bomb museum shows 26 new photos

NAGASAKI The Nagasaki Atomic Bomb Museum is exhibiting 26 recently discovered photographs taken a year and four months after the bomb was dropped on Aug. 9, 1945. Nagasaki Municipal Government officials found the pictures, including one showing ...
 Japan Times3 days ago Confessions of Japanese war criminal Rokusashi Takebe  CHINAdaily1 week ago The confessions of Japanese war criminal Hiroshi Jōno  CHINAdaily2 weeks ago Riders chug on Nagasaki beer tram  Japan Times2 weeks ago
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NDTV

Japan Is Not Happy About a Chinese Newspaper Mocking Hiroshima and Nagasaki

Japanese officials are waging protests over an advertisement published in a Chinese newspaper that shows a map of Japan with mushroom clouds looming over the cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, a
 Big News Network2 weeks ago China paper posts map of nuked Japan, angers Tokyo  Asian Age2 weeks ago Chinese paper's map of nuked cities upsets Japan  Oman Observer2 weeks ago Japanese government to protest after Chinese paper publishes map with mushroom clouds over Hiroshima and Nagasaki  Big News Network2 weeks ago
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The Japan News

Govt to recommend Nagasaki churches as world heritage

Jiji Press The government plans to recommend a group of Christian churches and related sites in the country's southwest to be registered on the UNESCO World Heritage list in 2016, officials said Thursday. The Council for Cultural Affairs, a ...
 The Japan News2 weeks ago Japan to recommend Christian sites for World Heritage list  Japan Times2 weeks ago

Japan Rethinks Its Pacifist Constitution, Alarming Its Neighbors

In February 1946, just six months after two atomic bombs leveled the cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, ending World War II in the Pacific, the General Headquarters of the Allied forces in Tokyo—at the initiative of its leader, General Douglas ...
 MSNBC Newsweek2 weeks ago Restored B-29 'Fifi' Keeps World War II Aviation Alive  AviationPros.com2 weeks ago Restored B-29 'Fifi' Keeps WW II Aviation Alive  Military.com2 weeks ago
Mashable

A Weakened Neoguri Still Poses a Major Threat in Japan

Pedestrians walk against strong winds in Nagasaki, on Japan's southern island of Kyushu on July 9, 2014. Image: JIJI PRESS/AFP/ By Andrew Freedman 2014-07-09 20:58:13 UTC Once a fearsome " super typhoon " that delivered a long duration blow to ...
 Mashable2 weeks ago Typhoon Neoguri Nears Kyushu and Mainland Japan with Threat of Flooding and Landslides  International Business Times UK2 weeks ago Half-million people evacuated in Japan amid 'worst-in-15-years' typhoon  Russia Today2 weeks ago
NHK

A-bomb survivor population drops below 200,000

Due to the passing of time, the number of survivors of the 1945 atomic bombings in Hiroshima and Nagasaki has dropped to its lowest level, at about 192,000. The health and welfare ministry, which oversees recognition and medical benefits of A-bomb ...
 NHK2 weeks ago Man records stories of A-bomb survivors across the Americas, to publish collection  Mainichi Daily News1 week ago EDITORIAL: Treat A-bomb survivors living abroad just as equally(6/23)  Asahi.com1 month ago
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