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South Korea Weighs Fighting Fukushima Water Plan at Tribunal

Caixin Online 15 Apr 2021
Nikkei AsiaJapan’s plan to release treated water from the crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant into the sea is creating further tensions between Tokyo and Seoul — two U.S ... It should be discussed at the level of a global environmental issue,” Lee Won-deog, a professor of Japanese studies at Kookmin University, told Nikkei Asia.
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What Suga wants and needs from Biden

Asiatimes 15 Apr 2021
And since the Senkakus and surrounding seas are to Beijing’s mind Chinese territory, well, Tokyo should get the message ... Grant Newsham is a senior research fellow at the Japan Forum for Strategic Studies in Tokyo with more than 20 years of experience in Japan and elsewhere in Asia as a US diplomat, business executive and US Marine Corps officer.
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FEATURE: Lodging houses used as morgues create unease among residents

Kyodo 15 Apr 2021
"I could see it being laid out in the garden ... (Kyodo) ... Itaru Takeda, head of Kasouken, an association of research initiatives for cremation, funeral, and cemetery studies in Tokyo, says that trouble could be avoided with local residents by establishing legal parameters to operate mortuaries ... ==Kyodo ....
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With 100 days until the Tokyo Olympics, Japan has vaccinated less than 1% of its population

Democratic Underground 14 Apr 2021
... they don't even talk about us being tested," said German volunteer Barbara Holthus, who is director of Sophia University's German Institute for Japanese Studies, in Tokyo.
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Olympics: Holding Games 'difficult' after virus spikes, Japan medical group warns

Straits Times 14 Apr 2021
TOKYO (AFP) - Holding the postponed Tokyo Olympics this summer will be "really difficult" given a spike in coronavirus infections across Japan, the head of the Tokyo Medical Association has warned. Haruo Ozaki sounded the alarm as rising daily cases prompt new virus restrictions in Tokyo and elsewhere in Japan.
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Tokyo 2020 will be "really difficult" to stage, head of Japanese medical group warns

Inside The Games 14 Apr 2021
Tokyo Medical Association chair Haruo Ozaki has warned staging ... "Then we would like to sincerely study if such a plan is realistic," Ozaki added.The 100 days countdown until the start of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games has been displayed on the illuminated Tokyo Skytree ©Getty Images.
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Olympics 'difficult' after virus spikes, Japan medical group warns

Urdu Point 14 Apr 2021
Tokyo, (UrduPoint / Pakistan Point News - 14th Apr, 2021 ) .Holding the postponed Tokyo Olympics this summer will be "really difficult" given a spike in coronavirus infections across Japan, the head of the Tokyo Medical Association has warned ... " "Then we would like to sincerely study if such a plan is realistic," he wrote.
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Tokyo Olympics: Holding Games 'really difficult' amid rising COVID-19 cases, says head of Tokyo Medical Association

Yahoo Daily News 14 Apr 2021
Tokyo. Holding the postponed Tokyo Olympics this summer will be "really difficult" given a spike in coronavirus infections across Japan, the head of the Tokyo Medical Association has warned. Haruo Ozaki sounded the alarm as rising daily cases prompt new virus restrictions in Tokyo and elsewhere in Japan ... Tokyo Olympics 2020.
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Light Clears Up Alzheimer's in Mice Like Brain Plumbing

Interesting Engineering 14 Apr 2021
"The importance of our study is developing this technique to target the amyloid protein to enhance clearance of it by the immune system," said Yukiko Hori, a University of Tokyo who was also co-first author of the newly-published research, in an embargoed report shared with Interesting Engineering.
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With 100 days until the Tokyo Olympics, Japan has vaccinated less than 1% of its ...

CNN 14 Apr 2021
"They don't talk about vaccines, they don't even talk about us being tested," said German volunteer Barbara Holthus, who is director of Sophia University's German Institute for Japanese Studies, in Tokyo ... Tokyo 2020 didn't respond to questions on the content of the presentation given to volunteers.
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Go-to book on Chinese apps clicks with Japanese

China Daily 14 Apr 2021
Wang Qin can usually be found alone at 5 pm Tokyo time in his office at Akihabara, the center of Japan's comic culture ... Wang though is too busy to relax ... Born in 1989, Wang moved to Tokyo at the age of 21. Like many overseas Chinese students in Japan, he chose to study there because it's nearby and has a culture which is similar to China's ... .
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Kay Me women's fashion brand beats odds with pandemic success

Asahi News 14 Apr 2021
Founded 10 years ago, Kay Me, whose main office is located in Tokyo’s swanky Ginza district, takes a different approach. The company conducts online studies of customer tastes ahead of the season to decide what products it will be making and in what quantities it will be making them.
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Heading back to the gym? Ditch the cloth face mask! Coverings increase breathlessness and claustrophobia ...

The Daily Mail 14 Apr 2021
But more recent studies suggests it can spread just as easily in aerosols in the breath, prompting concerns about people exercising on crowded pavements ... The study by the Aoyama Gakuin University in Tokyo found exhaled air from a person who is not wearing a mask moves downward due to gravity.
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Neil Shozo Fujita

News Watchman 13 Apr 2021
Neil Shozo Fujita - Neil was born Shozo Fujita May 8, 1934 in Tokyo, ... of the Koishikawa-Hukasan Church in Tokyo and a lecturer in the ... He completed his education through graduate seminary study in Tokyo ... schooling, returning to Tokyo to find a bomb-leveled city including his ... in Old Testament Studies at Princeton Theological.
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Shichiken Developed in Collaboration With Chef Alain Ducasse the World’s First Sparkling Sake Produced by ...

Daily Freeman 13 Apr 2021
Starting in late April at “Beige Alain Ducasse Tokyo” (Ginza), which has been listed as a two-star restaurant in the Michelin Guide Tokyo since 2016, Alain Ducasse Sparkling Sake will be served at Ducasse Paris restaurants around the world ... After graduating from Tokyo University of Agriculture, he studied brewing in the U.S.
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