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Concerns in Japan over press freedom clampdown
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Concerns in Japan over press freedom clampdown

TOKYO: Japan is home to more than 100 TV stations and a similar amount of newspaper companies, but there are concerns that their cherished freedom of expression is being undermined. The pressure being brought to bear on Japanese media networks by ... Channel NewsAsia, 23 hours ago
Japan's Defense Ministry Shows Concern about China Federation of Arab News Agencies, 1 day ago

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Convenience store chains rush to fill up space in Tokyo stations

Three major convenience store chains have been working to quickly open outlets in so-called eki-naka, or spaces in train station facilities, either inside or outside the ticket gates. There are now more than 600 such outlets across the nation. The ...
 Asiaone1 day ago Eki-naka convenience rush to Tokyo  The Japan News2 days ago Japan Railways recently revealed ramen-style rice balls in its convenience stores  RocketNews2420 hours ago Try to prevent another Shinkansen fire while keeping train service convenient  The Japan News1 day ago
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Japan bullet train suicide suspected to kill...

Passengers on a "Shinkansen" bullet at a train station in Tokyo on May 30, 2015. File photo: AFP Two people are feared dead after an apparent suicide attempt on board a moving shinkansen bullet train in Japan, a spokesman for operator JR Central ...
 Asiaone3 days ago Japanese police search home of man who set himself on fire on train  Dalje.com2 days ago At Least 2 Dead in Japanese Bullet Train When Man Set Himself on Fire  Latin American Herald Tribune3 days ago June 30, 2015  VOA News3 days ago
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CarTrade.com

Toyota, Nissan, Honda pledge to bring more hydrogen fueling stations on roads for cell vehicles

Tokyo: Toyota, Nissan and Honda are working together to get more fuel cell vehicles on roads in what they call Japan's big push toward "a hydrogen society." Fuel cell vehicles emit no pollution. They run on the power created when hydrogen stored ...
 IBNLive India News2 days ago Nissan Motor : Toyota, Nissan, Honda, working together on fuel cells, pledge money for hydrogen stations  4 Traders2 days ago Toyota, Nissan and Honda Team up to Create Hydrogen Society  The Detroit Bureau2 days ago Honda, Nissan And Toyota Commit To Greener Future For Cars  Free-i-News2 days ago
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Japanese automakers to subsidize hydrogen station operating costs

An prepares to fill the Toyota Mirai with compressed hydrogen from a hydrogen fueling station in Tokyo. Operating subsidies from Japan's largest automakers will be capped at about $90,000. Photo credit: BLOOMBERG July 1, 2015 6:25 am ET ...
 Automnews.com2 days ago Japan Carmakers to Subsidize Hydrogen-Station Operating Costs  Bloomberg2 days ago
The Japan News

Tokyo to standardize station signs to aid foreign tourists

The Yomiuri Shimbun The Tokyo metropolitan government has launched an effort to standardize how train lines and other public services are denoted on English signage, to prevent foreign travelers and other railway users from getting lost. Shinjuku ...
 The Japan News3 days ago Tokyo to standardise station signs to aid foreign tourists  ACQ Magazine2 days ago Crows culprits in car vandalism spree  Asia News Network3 days ago
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Examiner.com

Four areas in which Japan needs to improve if it wants to attract more overseas travelers

TOKYO — Japan's National Tourist Organization recently released its statistics on the number of overseas travelers who visited in the country in 2014, and were proud to say that 13,413,467 of you came to visit. That number represents almost a ...
 Japan Today3 days ago Japanese station master cat becomes a god  Focus Bulgaria3 days ago Tama the stationmaster cat dies: Cap-wearing feline was Tokyo tourist attraction  Examiner.com4 days ago Japanese station master 'Tama', the cat, dies  ProKerala.com1 week ago
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Sumitomo buys mid-sized office building near Tokyo Station

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 Nikkei Real Estate Market Report3 days ago
Houston Chronicle

Newsmakers: Tokyo railway kitty mourned

Tokyo mourns kitty railway star TOKYO - Tama the stationmaster, Japan's feline star of a struggling local railway, was mourned by company officials and fans and elevated into a goddess at a Shinto-style funeral Sunday. The calico cat was ...
 Houston Chronicle4 days ago Japan mourns passing of Tama, the cat station master  Today Online5 days ago

Woman's body found in suitcase in Tokyo railway station

Tokyo: Japanese police found the decomposing body of a woman in a suitcase abandoned for a month in a luggage room of the Tokyo Station, reported The Japan Times today. A luggage room worker found the yellow-coloured suitcase and after ...
 Odisha Television1 week ago Body found in suitcase in Tokyo Station locker  Business Standard1 month ago
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