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Seven Eleven Japan to Terminate Round the Clock Services due to Labor Shortage

Known to many countries across the globe, the Land of the Rising Sun is currently experiencing an aging population as a result of low birth rate and onward immigration. One of the biggest challenges of this decline is the country’s chronic labor shortage particularly in fourteen identified sectors such as but not limited to the food and service
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Japan Shows Overwhelming Support for Brave Blossoms in the Rugby World Cup

Ever since the commencement of the much anticipated 2019 Rugby World Cup in Japan last September 20, hundreds of thousands of Japanese and foreign sports enthusiasts and rugby fanatics have joined the hype. The tremendous popularity of the rugby games in the Land of the Rising Sun has a positive impact in its economy and inbound tourism.  
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Mitsubishi Japan to Launch a Modern Dynamic Sign to Guide Concert Goers and Travellers

The Land of the Rising Sun is known worldwide as a technological hub not only in Asia but across the globe. Year in and year out, hundreds of thousands of travel enthusiasts come to visit Japan not only to go sightseeing in the country’s awe inspiring tourist attractions, experience its unique culture and try out some iconic Japanese
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Coca Cola Japan to Launch a One of a Kind Musical Packaging for Christmas

In general, Japanese companies, businesses and establishments from various sectors are best known in the commercial market for their distinctive taste and originality. Hundreds of thousands of consumers from different parts of the globe are interested in purchasing Japanese made products because of their good quality and unique ideas that cannot be found elsewhere in the world.   For
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International Fans of Rugby World Cup Looks Back at the History of the Game in Japan

With the commencement of the 2019 Rugby World Cup in Japan last September 20, hundreds of thousands of sports enthusiasts and rugby fanatics have joined the hype as they witness the exciting rugby games during the course of the international sports event. A number of foreign spectators have even showed interest in the striking history of rugby in
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Japan is Set to take part in US Space Exploration Program

Previously, the United States announced the launching of a program that is set to land astronauts on the moon by the year 2024. In this regard, the Japanese space policy committee in the Cabinet Office decided to participate in the said program.   The said decision will be relayed by the Japanese government to Washington in the latter part
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New PostSeven Eleven Japan to Terminate Round the Clock Services due to Labor Shortage

Known to many countries across the globe, the Land of the Rising Sun is currently experiencing an aging population as a result of low birth rate and onward immigration. One of the biggest challenges of this decline is the country’s chronic labor shortage particularly in fourteen identified sectors such as but not limited to the food and service

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October 23, 2019

New PostJapan Shows Overwhelming Support for Brave Blossoms in the Rugby World Cup

Ever since the commencement of the much anticipated 2019 Rugby World Cup in Japan last September 20, hundreds of thousands of Japanese and foreign sports enthusiasts and rugby fanatics have joined the hype. The tremendous popularity of the rugby games in the Land of the Rising Sun has a positive impact in its economy and inbound tourism.  

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October 22, 2019

New PostMitsubishi Japan to Launch a Modern Dynamic Sign to Guide Concert Goers and Travellers

The Land of the Rising Sun is known worldwide as a technological hub not only in Asia but across the globe. Year in and year out, hundreds of thousands of travel enthusiasts come to visit Japan not only to go sightseeing in the country’s awe inspiring tourist attractions, experience its unique culture and try out some iconic Japanese

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October 22, 2019

New PostCoca Cola Japan to Launch a One of a Kind Musical Packaging for Christmas

In general, Japanese companies, businesses and establishments from various sectors are best known in the commercial market for their distinctive taste and originality. Hundreds of thousands of consumers from different parts of the globe are interested in purchasing Japanese made products because of their good quality and unique ideas that cannot be found elsewhere in the world.   For

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October 21, 2019

New PostInternational Fans of Rugby World Cup Looks Back at the History of the Game in Japan

With the commencement of the 2019 Rugby World Cup in Japan last September 20, hundreds of thousands of sports enthusiasts and rugby fanatics have joined the hype as they witness the exciting rugby games during the course of the international sports event. A number of foreign spectators have even showed interest in the striking history of rugby in

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October 21, 2019

Japan is Set to take part in US Space Exploration Program

Previously, the United States announced the launching of a program that is set to land astronauts on the moon by the year 2024. In this regard, the Japanese space policy committee in the Cabinet Office decided to participate in the said program.   The said decision will be relayed by the Japanese government to Washington in the latter part

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October 10, 2019

Rural Areas in Japan Struggling with Shrinking and Aging Population

In recent times, one of the major social issues that the Land of the Rising Sun has to deal with is its shrinking and aging population as a result of low birth rate. This trend has caused a chronic labor shortage in Japan especially in the fourteen identified sectors such as but not limited to food and service

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October 7, 2019

Experts Recommend Simpler and More Understandable Disaster Advisories in Japan

Over the years, the Land of the Rising has become more open to international sojourners and overseas workers in the country. More and more foreigners are interested to come to Japan especially with the recent enactment of the Revised Immigration Law. The law relaxes the stringent immigration policies particularly for designated skilled workers in the fourteen sectors identified by

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September 6, 2019

Tokyo Enacts Ordinance to Strengthen Passive Smoking Regulation

With the much anticipated 2020 Tokyo Olympics and Paralympic games, the Japanese government is preoccupied in adopting measures to ensure public safety as well as the smooth flow of events during the multi national sports game. One of the policies which the Organizing Committee of the Tokyo Olympics, in coordination with the government is planning to implement is the

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September 4, 2019

Bus and Railway Operators to Extend Schedule for Off-Hour Arrivals at Narita Airport

Every year, Japan welcomes millions of foreign tourists and travel enthusiasts flying into the country at Narita International Airport located in Chiba Prefecture. One of the major concerns of these travellers is the inadequate means of transportation available for passengers during late night hours. As a consequence, some of the overseas passengers and even airline staff may be left

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September 4, 2019