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The discovery of new variant came as Japan's regional governments requested a state of emergency be declared in their prefectures to combat a rising in coronavirus infections.
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The most expensive fish of the day was a 208-kilogram bluefin, which was sold for around €166,000.
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Japan has been a world leader in electronics for decades. And this is proving valuable to help the country tackle the communication issues the Covid-19 pandemic has created, and solve the problem of isolation.
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Weather officials in Japan warned that there will be more heavy snow this weekend, mainly in the mountainous areas of Hokkaido, Hokuriku and Kanto-Koshin regions.
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First samples of asteroid subsurface recovered in Australian outback
Japan's space agency has made history by successfully capturing and returning subsurface material from an asteroid for the first time.
This robot in Japan can detect if customers aren't wearing face masks
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The Tokyo Olympics were scheduled for last summer but put back a year because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Japanese emperor's brother proclaimed first in line to throne
Japanese Emperor Naruhito's younger brother, Crown Prince Fumihito, was formally sworn in on Sunday as first in line to the Chrysanthemum Throne.
Japan plans to be carbon neutral by 2050
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UK signs 'historic' trade agreement with Japan
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French-Japanese designer Kenzo Takada dies due to COVID-19 aged 81
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Yoshihide Suga formally elected Japan's prime minister, succeeding Abe
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Yoshihide Suga set to become Japanese prime minister after party vote
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UK secures free trade agreement with Japan in first deal post-Brexit
The UK announced a new free trade agreement with Japan, the first major deal since Brexit.
Typhoon Haishen batters southern Japan
The second powerful typhoon to slam Japan in a week damaged buildings and caused blackouts in nearly half a million homes.
Typhoon Haishen moves on to South Korea after battering Japan
It brought heavy storm surges and winds of over 160km/h.
Japanese coastguard rescues second survivor from capsized cattle ship
Japanese authorities have rescued a second survivor as they race to find dozens of missing sailors from a cargo ship that sank in a typhoon.
Survivor: Livestock ship with 42 crew sank off Japan coast
Japanese rescuers are searching for a livestock ship with 42 crew members on board that a survivor said sank during rough weather a day earlier off a southern Japanese island.