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83-year-old Kenichi Horie crossed the Pacific single-handedly, without stopping, in a 70-day trip.
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The US president urged a greater effort to stop Putin's aggression. “It's a global issue,” he told the “Quad” summit with Japan, Australia and India.
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Under the new rules, Japanese companies will have to disclose women's pay as a percentage of men's.
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Japan is seeking to reassure neighbours that there is no serious risk to fish and people, 12 years on from the nuclear disaster.
Brussels and Tokyo vow stronger cooperation on Russian sanctions
The EU's Ursula von der Leyen and Charles Michel were in Japan on Thursday to discuss efforts to counter Russia's aggression on Ukraine and its impact in the Indo-pacific region.
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At least 10 dead in Japan after tourist boat sinks in rough waters
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Electric chopsticks could help cut salt intake but keep the taste
Japanese researchers say their device attracts sodium ions, making a low salt diet a tastier option.
Japanese cinema is facing up to its #MeToo moment
Film premieres have been cancelled, actors edited out of TV shows, and some of the countries biggest international names have been implicated in sexual abuse scandals.
Free and open Indo-Pacific
Toamasina port in Madagascar is being expanded, helped by funding and expertise from Japan
Strict controls help produce from Fukushima get back on the market
Agriculture was hit hard by the Fukushima nuclear disaster and exports from the area collapsed. 11 years later, thanks to strict safety measures, they've resumed giving a much-needed boost to local producers and consumers.
Japan residents deal with earthquake aftermath
The 7.4-magnitude quake off the coast of Fukushima derailed a bullet train, opened cracks in highways and threw products from shelves in shops.
Four dead after 7.4-magnitude earthquake hits northern Japan
It was the same region that was hit by a 9.0-magnitude earthquake and tsunami 11 years ago.
How the Kobe earthquake could change the way we fight wildfires
Global Japan looks at how a new eco-friendly fire-fighting foam, could be a global game-changer.
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Clay Dubai chef Jolbi Huacho explains the history of Nikkei cuisine, while we share how to make scallops Nikkei-style
Digitisation and new tech to help regenerate rural areas in Japan
Faced with an ageing population, Japan is revitalising its regions, attracting new inhabitants and boosting life in rural areas.
Could Japan reopen to tourists in time for cherry blossom season?
The Japanese PM has hinted that European tourists could return soon, but Covid testing and vaxx rules are likely to be tight.
This Japanese airline wants to launch a flying taxi service
Japan's biggest airline is working with a flying taxi startup, but the companies have a lot of work to do before the flights can take off.
Euronews Debates: How can digital innovations regenerate a region?
Euronews brings together a group of influential and experienced policymakers and industry insiders to discuss the path forward for regional revitalisation in Japan and beyond.
Maternal health: the tech saving mothers in sub-Saharan Africa
Global Japan finds out how a Japanese medical tech company is helping to save lives of mothers in sub-Saharan Africa.
US and Japan reach a deal on steel tariffs
US government officials have reached a deal to lift a 25% tariff that former President Donald Trump imposed on imported Japanese steel.
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Spanish Olympic gold medalist in karate, Sandra Sánchez, recalls her experience at the Tokyo 2020 Games on and off the mat.
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In this episode of Global Japan we see how Japanese transport expertise is helping to transform Jakarta, one of the world's most congested cities.