A roundup of the most significant news stories from Japan reported on November 10, 2017.
A roundup of the most significant news stories from Japan reported on November 9, 2017.
An estimated 8,000 people participate in a march denouncing Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. The event was called March for Truth.
The Shingetsu News Agency profiles Tokyo Cheapo, a rising start-up in Japan’s travel and media world, for a video report.
Americans march in Tokyo to demand the release of Donald Trump’s tax returns and transparency in US policymaking. One of the key organizers, Jesse Glickstein, speaks to the Shingetsu News Agency.
Japan Arab Day 2017 at the Imperial Hotel in Tokyo. Guests included Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, Tokyo Governor Yuriko Koike, and Komeito leader Natsuo Yamaguchi.
Explainer for Denryoku Soren, the Federation of Electric Power Related Industry Worker’s Unions
The SNA sits down for a short, exclusive English-language interview with Tokyo Governor Yuriko Koike
Japanese academics and scientists argue that the Abe government is in the process of shifting the nation’s university system and its industry from a footing of peace and consumerism toward the re-formation of a military-industrial complex, which will make the society increasingly dependent on arms exports and foreign wars.
Japanese activists call upon three major Japanese banks to disinvest from the Dakota Access Pipeline