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• Several bars and restaurants reopened on Monday and the people were able to enjoy their favorite alcoholic beverages for the first time in months
In wake of lowering number of new COVID-19 cases and fast-paced vaccination drive, the government of Japan lifted...
• The decision was made unanimously by Tokyo 2020 organisers, Japanese government officials, the Tokyo government, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) and the International Paralympic Committee
After a year of delay courtesy of the COVID-19 pandemic, one ...
- Japan’s state-run centers to give COVID-19 vaccines under ages 18 - 64.
- The centers in Tokyo and Osaka were set up last month by the Defense Ministry.
- The ministry last week expanded the scope to accept people from ...
- Toyota shares hit high with $91 mark over rising auto demand.
- The company shares rose at such a mark for the first time since its listing on the TSE in 1949.
- The company shares have been recording highs since May 28. ...
- Tokyo may be under a quasi-state of emergency during the Olympics.
- Tokyo has been under a stricter state of emergency since late April.
- The government is now however planning to lift the emergency in most of the prefectur...
- Japan govt. to receive additional Pfizer COVID-19 vaccines.
- It will receive vaccine doses for additional 20,000 workers involved in the Tokyo Olympics.
- The vaccination program for Tokyo Games workers will begin on Thursda...
- Tokyo stocks end high on easing U.S monetary stimulus.
- The 225-issue Nikkei Stock Average ended up 213.07 points, or 0.74 percent.
- The broader Topix index of all First Section issues on the TSE finished 5.73 points, or 0....
- ANA began COVID-19 vaccination for its employees.
- They became the first Japanese firm known to start offering workplace vaccinations.
- ANA will focus on vaccinating about 10,000 employees.
- ANA has so far vaccina...
- Opposition party in Japan seeks extension of diet session by 3 months.
- The country’s main opposition party plans conduct further debate on the govt.'s COVID-19 response.
- The CDPJ's head of Diet affairs Jun A...
- Japan’s digitalization minister admits to coercing app developer to cut costs.
- A smartphone app for monitoring the health of foreign visitors during the Tokyo Games.
- Hirai said the cost of developing and operating t...
- Tokyo stocks end high over COVID-19 vaccine rollout plans.
- The 225-issue Nikkei Stock Average ended up 97.76 points, or 0.34 percent.
- Topix index of all First Section issues on the TSE finished 0.41 points, or 0.02 percen...
- Tokyo Olympics’ GPS tracking for visitors will not be real time.
- The GPS would be used to trace and confirm their movements retroactively if a problem arises.
- Everyone entering Japan from abroad for the games will b...
- COVID-19 quasi-state of emergency to be lifted from 3 prefectures.
- Restrictions in Gunma, Ishikawa and Kumamoto prefecture are expected to be lifted by the weekend.
- The government is likely to make a similar call on five ...
- Japan planning to vaccinate 70,000 volunteers of Tokyo Olympics.
- The IOC has said that Pfizer Inc. will provide vaccines for free to participating delegations.
- Japan is to receive Pfizer vaccine doses for about 20,000 peo...
- Tokyo stocks end mixed over approval of Alzheimer’s drug.
- The 225-issue Nikkei Stock Average ended down 55.68 points, or 0.19 percent.
- Topix index of all First Section issues on the TSE finished 1.80 points, or 0.09...
- NRA says 31 highly radioactive sediment containers exceeded lifespans.
- TEPCO has said it will start the contents to new containers in August.
- Contaminated water is treated by filtering at a multi-nuclide removal facility ...
- Nikkei end higher over U.S employment data.
- The 225-issue Nikkei Stock Average ended up 77.72 points, or 0.27 percent.
- Topix index of all First Section issues on the TSE finished 1.66 points, or 0.08 percent.
- Japan Uber Eats hosts bicycle training session for its staff members.
- Uber Eats co-hosted the session with Japan Cycling Association.
- Thirty-three delivery workers joined the training session.
- The session was h...
- Opposition parties in Japan seek extension of parliament session.
- The opposition parties are asking more time to debate COVID-19 vaccination programs.
- They also wish to discuss whether to hold the Tokyo Olympics and Paral...
- Data breach in the organizing committee of Tokyo Olympics.
- It happened through unauthorized access to an information-sharing tool developed by Fujitsu Ltd.
- The leaked information included names, business titles, and affil...