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Poll shows growing public support for a stronger Japanese defense

Stars and Stripes 31 Jan 2023
TOKYOPeople in Japan are warming to the idea of a stronger defense policy amid challenges from China, Russia and North Korea, according to a recent poll ... Grant Newsham, a senior researcher with the Japan Forum for Strategic Studies in Tokyo ... at Tama University in Tokyo.
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Ask the doctors 1/28

The Spokesman-Review 28 Jan 2023
The study he is referring to, conducted by researchers in Tokyo, was published last fall ... Although previous research has looked into stress as a trigger for IBS, those studies used physical situations to trigger that stress ... These changes persisted for weeks after the study concluded.
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Ask the Doctors: Study links stress to onset of IBS

Reflector 28 Jan 2023
The study he is referring to, conducted by researchers in Tokyo, was published last fall ... Although previous research has looked into stress as a trigger for IBS, those studies used physical situations to trigger that stress ... These changes persisted for weeks after the study concluded.
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The dark side of light: Coastal urban lighting threatens marine life, study shows

Mongabay 27 Jan 2023
Night is falling on Tokyo ... a new study reveals that artificial light in coastal megacities is outshining the moon and exposing marine ecosystems to threats still poorly understood ... with more than 10 million people — think Tokyo, Los Angeles or Lagos — due to growing urbanization.
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Potentially useful new microalgae discovered in a home aquarium

New Atlas 27 Jan 2023
Microalgae are widely used in products such as biofuels, nutritional supplements and cosmetics ... Known as Medakamo hakoo, the freshwater algae was first discovered several years ago by the University of Tokyo's Prof. Tsuneyoshi Kuroiwa ... In a more recent U Tokyo study, it was discovered that M ... Sachihiro Matsunaga ... Source. University of Tokyo. .
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Study links stress to onset of IBS

The Lufkin News 27 Jan 2023
The study he is referring to, conducted by researchers in Tokyo, was published last fall ... Although previous research has looked into stress as a trigger for IBS, those studies used physical situations to trigger that stress ... These changes persisted for weeks after the study concluded.
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Global shares edge higher, tracking Wall Street rally

The Morganton News Herald 27 Jan 2023
TOKYO (AP) — Global shares advanced Friday, tracking a rally on Wall Street following reports suggesting the economy and corporate profits may be doing better than feared ... and could go into reverse, study suggests School board approves $500K for marching bands, results of audit.
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FOCUS: Activists fight city hall over historic Jingu Stadium demolition

Kyodo 26 Jan 2023
Kopp originally got involved in the campaign because the plan would involve cutting down around 1,000 trees -- a figure Tokyo has since reduced to around 500 ... Tokyo Gov ... However, University of Tokyo professor emeritus Mikiko Ishikawa, who has studied the plan and inspected over 140 individual trees, rejects the government's contention.
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Toyota to replace Akio Toyoda as president and CEO

Urdu Point 26 Jan 2023
Tokyo, (UrduPoint / Pakistan Point News - 26th Jan, 2023 ) .Top-selling Toyota named Koji Sato as its new president and CEO on ... Toyoda studied law in Tokyo and earned an MBA at a US business school before joining Toyota in 1984 and climbing the ranks, as family tradition dictates.
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BepiColombo and Solar Orbiter compare notes at Venus

Phys Dot Org 26 Jan 2023
This meant that BepiColombo had a perfect view of the different regions within the magnetosheath and magnetosphere, undisturbed by fluctuations from solar activity," said lead-author Moa Persson of the University of Tokyo in Kashiwa, Japan, who was funded to carry out the study ...
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Curtain time: Akiko Fujimoto plans to showcase conducting strength in second ASO ‘audition’

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette 26 Jan 2023
Saturday and 3 p.m ... 3 ... "I'm almost scared by it." ... The overture No ... Fujimoto, a native of Japan who moved from Tokyo to California as a teenager and studied at Stanford University, Boston University and the Eastman School of Music, is also the wife of former ASO Associate Conductor Israel Getzov, now the music director of the Conway Symphony ... ◼️ Feb ... 9.
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'100 Years of Korean Gagok': A closer look at the contested living histories of early ...

Korea Times 25 Jan 2023
He had studied in the Western music department of the Joseon Court Music Study Institute ("Joseon Jeongak Jeonseupso" in Korean), as well as at the Tokyo Music School, but was expelled from the latter for participating in Korea's March 1st Movement of 1919 ... study creative writing.
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TASTE OF LIFE/ ‘Kabura-zushi’: Fermentation produces a taste of Kanazawa for winter months

Asahi News 25 Jan 2023
Editor’s note ... * * *. Etsuko Aoki began a small cooking class in Kanazawa in Ishikawa Prefecture in 1957 when she was 24. Knowing she had studied at a culinary school in Tokyo before getting married, her husband’s family gathered new cooking utensils, telling her, “You should teach people,” and “You can do it.” ... * * *. Etsuko Aoki.
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'McHale's Navy' star Yoshio Yoda is no more!

The Times of India 24 Jan 2023
Yoshio Yoda, the actor who played Fuji on the 1962-1966 ABC sitcom 'McHale's Navy', which was set during World War II passed away on January 13 in Fullerton, California aged 88. According to report, a US-based news outlet, Yoda was born in Tokyo and studied law at Japan's Keio University before deciding to pursue an acting career ... .
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A winding road: Mapping how singlet oxygen molecules travel along DNA strands

Phys Dot Org 23 Jan 2023
Fortunately, in a recent study, a research team from Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan, sought to address this issue ... Worth noting, the photosensitizer they used was designed based on previous studies also led by Prof ... "Our study ... Provided by Tokyo Institute of Technology.

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