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Tokyo's suburban gardens should prepare now for post-pandemic tourism

Phys Dot Org 29 Sep 2022
Gardens in Tokyo should work together to disperse visitors and avoid the negative effects of overtourism, suggests a new study at the University of Tokyo ... Perception of overtourism and undertourism in garden tourism project in suburban Tokyo, International Conference on Tourism ...
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US VP seeks Japanese computer chip firms as partners

Taipei Times 28 Sep 2022
AP, TOKYO ... Atsushi Sunami, who teaches at the National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies in Tokyo, said that the drawbacks to Japan tackling advanced semiconductor technology might be rooted in the view that Japan should not get involved in defense studies.
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VP Harris seeks computer chip partners in Tokyo

Metro USA 28 Sep 2022
TOKYO (AP) — Armed with a new law that boosts U.S ... Atsushi Sunami, who teaches at The National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies, or GRIPS, in Tokyo, noted that the drawbacks to Japan tackling advanced semiconductor technology may be rooted in the view that Japan should not get involved in defense studies.
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VP Harris seeks computer chip partners in Japan meetings

Federal News Radio 28 Sep 2022
TOKYO (AP) — Armed with a new law that boosts U.S ... Atsushi Sunami, who teaches at The National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies, or GRIPS, in Tokyo, noted that the drawbacks to Japan tackling advanced semiconductor technology may be rooted in the view that Japan should not get involved in defense studies.
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EXPLAINER: What’s behind strained China-Japan relations

The Associated Press 28 Sep 2022
TOKYO (AP) — Armed with a new law that boosts U.S ... Atsushi Sunami, who teaches at The National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies, or GRIPS, in Tokyo, noted that the drawbacks to Japan tackling advanced semiconductor technology may be rooted in the view that Japan should not get involved in defense studies.
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Network nightly newscasts morph, adapt for the streaming age

The Associated Press 28 Sep 2022
TOKYO (AP) — Armed with a new law that boosts U.S ... Atsushi Sunami, who teaches at The National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies, or GRIPS, in Tokyo, noted that the drawbacks to Japan tackling advanced semiconductor technology may be rooted in the view that Japan should not get involved in defense studies.
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How ancient viral genes helps brain to fight against new infections: Study

Hindustan Times 28 Sep 2022
The impact of viruses on our daily lives, from the common cold to COVID-19, is enormous, but infections that took place millions of years ago have had a profound impact on the course of human evolution ... Now, in a study published in Development, Dr. Fumitoshi Ishino, Professor of Molecular Biology at Tokyo Medical and Dental University, Japan, and Dr.
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Monetary tightening and political pressures

Khaleejtimes 28 Sep 2022
Markets knew that this would spur the US Federal Reserve to announce another significant interest-rate hike ... - Takatoshi Ito, a former Japanese deputy vice minister of finance, is a professor at the School of International and Public Affairs at Columbia University and a senior professor at the National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies in Tokyo.
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Yoon, Kishida find their hands tied

Korea Times 27 Sep 2022
Jeffrey Kingston, a professor of history and Asian studies at Temple University's Japan campus, says that systematic challenges standing in the way of Seoul-Tokyo relations will make it hard to get things back on the right track ... In Korea, partisan politics also remain a hurdle to Seoul-Tokyo ties.
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Shinzo Abe state funeral: Timeline of the career of the assassinated Japanese PM

Hindustan Times 27 Sep 2022
September 21, 1954. Shinzo Abe was born in Tokyo, the son of former foreign minister of Japan Shintaro Abe and the grandson of former prime minister Nobusuke Kishi ... Shinzo Abe earned a political science degree from Seikei University in Tokyo and relocates to US to spend three semesters studying public policy at the University of Southern California.
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Enemy turned ally: Ancient viral genes protect the brain against new infections

Phys Dot Org 27 Sep 2022
Now, in a study published in Development, Dr. Fumitoshi Ishino, Professor of Molecular Biology at Tokyo Medical and Dental University, Japan, and Dr ... Dr ... According to Dr ... Explore further ... More information ... DOI ... Development ... Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission.
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Bank study group sets out guidelines for financing Asia's energy transition

Reuters 26 Sep 2022
TOKYO, Sept 26 (Reuters) - A study group drawn from a number of private financial institutions on Monday laid out guidelines for financing low-carbon technologies and energy transition projects in Asia to help combat climate change.
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Eyes on the road! Engineers put a pair of googly eyes on a self-driving car ...

The Daily Mail 26 Sep 2022
A comic pair of googly eyes on the front of a self-driving car could reduce traffic accidents, a new study suggests ... 'There is not enough investigation into the interaction between self-driving cars and the people around them, such as pedestrians,' said study author Professor Takeo Igarashi at the University of Tokyo.
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Is Los Angeles a biking city? This South L.A. native shows us it can be

The Los Angeles Times 23 Sep 2022
under the TikTok username Miche1ada ... native ... After graduating with a degree in film and media studies in 2014, Moro stopped biking for several years, but she resumed after a momentous trip to Tokyo in 2019, where she saw locals regularly riding foldable bikes, which she’d never seen. “The infrastructure in Tokyo was so bike-friendly compared to L.A.
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Can eyes on self-driving cars reduce accidents?

Technology Org 22 Sep 2022
Robotic eyes on autonomous vehicles could improve pedestrian safety, according to a new study at the University of Tokyo. Study participants played out scenarios in virtual reality (VR) and had to decide whether to cross a road in front of a moving vehicle or not ... / University of Tokyo.

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