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Israeli judo star perseveres after 2 opponents' withdrawals
Tohar Butbul could only shake his head in resignation after the Israeli judo star's first two potential opponents dropped out of the Tokyo Olympics shortly before they would?
8 hours ago
Japan Today
Israeli judo star perseveres after 2 opponents' withdrawals
Ono claims 4th judo gold for Japan
Judo superstar Shohei Ono on Monday won his second Olympic gold medal after an epic lightweight final against Georgia's Lasha Shavdatuashvili. Ono and Shavdatuashvili went 5:26 into golden?
8 hours ago
Japan Today
Ono claims 4th judo gold for Japan
Japanese horror manga win U.S. awards touted as Oscars of comics
Junji Ito's "Remina" and "Venus in the Blind Spot" have picked up prizes in the Will Eisner Comic Industry Awards.
8 hours ago
Japan Times
Japanese horror manga win U.S. awards touted as Oscars of comics
Uneven start for rollout of Japan's vaccine passports
Local governments are taking different approaches to the document, meaning some people can get theirs on the spot while others have to wait at least ...
8 hours ago
Japan Times
Uneven start for rollout of Japan's vaccine passports
COVID-19 spreads quietly in the shadow of the Olympics
As new cases surge to unprecedented heights, experts say the Games are drowning out public health messages telling residents Tokyo's residents to rein in their ...
9 hours ago
Japan Times
COVID-19 spreads quietly in the shadow of the Olympics
Tokyo reports 1,429 coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 4,692
The Tokyo metropolitan government on Monday reported 1,429 new coronavirus cases, down 234 from Sunday. The average for Tokyo over the past seven days stands at 1553.9. People?
9 hours ago
Japan Today
Tokyo reports 1,429 coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 4,692
Japan starts accepting applications for 'vaccine passports'
Japan began accepting applications Monday for so-called vaccine passports for people who have been fully inoculated against COVID-19 to travel internationally, as Japanese business lobbies have called for?
9 hours ago
Japan Today
Japan starts accepting applications for 'vaccine passports'
Government won't appeal A-bomb 'black rain' ruling, Suga says
Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga said Monday that the central government has decided to give up on appealing a recent ruling that recognized 84 people exposed ...
9 hours ago
Japan Times
Government won't appeal A-bomb 'black rain' ruling, Suga says
Victims of mass murder at Japan care home remembered on fifth anniversary
The stabbing rampage at a care home for people with mental disabilities near Tokyo became one of Japan's worst mass murders.
9 hours ago
Japan Times
Victims of mass murder at Japan care home remembered on fifth anniversary
Over half of Tokyo region watched Olympics opening on TV
The 56.4% rating for NHK's live broadcast of the ceremony in the Kanto region compared with 61.2% for the 1964 Tokyo Olympics opening ceremony.
10 hours ago
Japan Times
Over half of Tokyo region watched Olympics opening on TV
Tokyo reports 1,429 new COVID-19 cases, nearly doubling over last week
Tokyo's neighboring prefectures also saw a surge. Chiba reported a single-day record 509 cases, Saitama reported 549 infections – its most ever for a Monday ...
10 hours ago
Japan Times
Tokyo reports 1,429 new COVID-19 cases, nearly doubling over last week
New Zealand to accept alleged Islamic State militant, 2 kids
New Zealand on Monday agreed to repatriate an alleged Islamic State militant and her two young children, who have been detained in Turkey since February. The decision follows?
11 hours ago
Japan Today
New Zealand to accept alleged Islamic State militant, 2 kids
Asian stocks mostly lower after Wall Street highs
Shares were mostly lower in Asia on Monday, where Tokyo advanced while markets in Hong Kong and Shanghai fell sharply. Fresh news of regulatory moves against Chinese IT?
11 hours ago
Japan Today
Asian stocks mostly lower after Wall Street highs
Tent saunas in the Gifu mountains a hot ticket
The service is being offered at a quiet place along the river so that visitors can enjoy the area's clear, cold snowmelt water.
11 hours ago
Japan Times
Tent saunas in the Gifu mountains a hot ticket
Fukushima's chance to reap the benefits of the Olympics look bleak
While food from the prefecture is being served in the athletes village, the opportunity to welcome tourists and spectators has disappeared.
11 hours ago
Japan Times
Fukushima's chance to reap the benefits of the Olympics look bleak
Nishiya, just 13, gives Japan sweep in street skateboarding
Thirteen-year-old Momiji Nishiya of Japan won the first Olympic skateboard competition for women on Monday, giving the host nation a sweep of golds in the street event after?
11 hours ago
Japan Today
Nishiya, just 13, gives Japan sweep in street skateboarding
No golden sweep for China's divers: British pair win 10 meter synchro
Tom Daley and Matty Lee of Britain narrowly won the 10-meter synchronized diving on Monday at the Tokyo Olympics, upsetting favored China and preventing the diving powerhouse from?
11 hours ago
Japan Today
No golden sweep for China's divers: British pair win 10 meter synchro
Tropical Storm Nepartak could make landfall Tuesday on Japan's main island
Olympic organizers said Tuesday's competitions would go on as scheduled, except for a small number of events that were already rescheduled.
12 hours ago
Japan Times
Tropical Storm Nepartak could make landfall Tuesday on Japan's main island
In times of disaster, Japan's hazard maps provide crucial information
July's deadly mudslide in Shizuoka has put renewed focus on hazard maps for areas at risk from floods, landslides and other natural catastrophes.
13 hours ago
Japan Times
In times of disaster, Japan's hazard maps provide crucial information
Tokyo Olympics see 16 more COVID-19 cases, bringing total to 148
Sixteen more people related to the Tokyo Olympics have tested positive for COVID-19, including three athletes from overseas, bringing the total since the beginning of this month to?
13 hours ago
Japan Today
Tokyo Olympics see 16 more COVID-19 cases, bringing total to 148
Two Australian cities eye end of virus lockdowns
Coronavirus lockdowns are likely to be lifted in two major Australian cities this week, authorities said Monday, as outbreaks of the Delta variant were brought under control. Around?
14 hours ago
Japan Today
Two Australian cities eye end of virus lockdowns
Dressel wins U.S. Olympic swimming gold; Aussie Titmus beats Ledecky
Caeleb Dressel got started on his quest for six gold medals in swimming, while Katie Ledecky found herself in a very unusual position. Second place. Dressel led off a?
14 hours ago
Japan Today
Dressel wins U.S. Olympic swimming gold; Aussie Titmus beats Ledecky
Take 2: Triathlon forced to restart when boat gets in way
Let's try that again, triathlon. The Olympic men's triathlon needed a do-over Monday when a bizarre start sent dozens of competitors into the water only to have others?
15 hours ago
Japan Today
Take 2: Triathlon forced to restart when boat gets in way
Suga and Koike agree Olympics going 'very smoothly'
Koike called on residents of Tokyo, which is under its fourth state of emergency, to cheer on athletes at home with family and avoid going ...
1 day ago
Japan Times
Suga and Koike agree Olympics going 'very smoothly'
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