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So long, Xiang Xiang: Time is running out to see popular giant panda at Tokyo’s Ueno Zoo

Stars and Stripes 27 Jan 2023
Visitors have less than a month to get their last glimpse of a popular giant panda at Tokyo’s Ueno Zoological Gardens before she returns to China ... 21 under an agreement between Tokyo and Beijing, according to a Tokyo Metropolitan Government news release ... Tokyo Gov ... 21, 2023, under an agreement between Tokyo and Beijing ... 9-83 Ueno Park, Taito-ku, Tokyo.
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Presumed mastermind of Japan burglaries may be in Philippines: source

Kyodo 26 Jan 2023
The person is believed to have instructed online groups to carry out the robberies, including one incident that resulted in the suspected murder of 90-year-old Kinuyo Oshio, whose body was found at her home in the suburban Tokyo city of Komae on Thursday ... in Tokyo's Nakano Ward.
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Robbers of east Japan homes suspected of striking other areas

Kyodo 23 Jan 2023
7 last year, while a month earlier, a safe was taken from a house in the city of Inagi in Tokyo ... One of the suspects in the December robbery of a residence in Tokyo's Nakano Ward was found to have messages on his phone pertaining to the incident in Komae, the sources said.
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Japan seeks Israel cooperation on two-state solution

Middle East Monitor 20 Jan 2023
... Israeli counterpart, Eli Cohen, in a phone conversation today. Yoshimasa explained Tokyo's approach of assisting Palestinians "in order to achieve a two-state solution."
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Japan seeks Israeli cooperation on two-state solution

Anadolu Agency 20 Jan 2023
Japan is concerned about recent unilateral measures resulting in the escalation of tensions,” Japanese Foreign Minister Hayashi Yoshimasa told his Israeli counterpart Eli Cohen in a phone conversation today. Yoshimasa explained Tokyo’s approach of assisting Palestinians “in order to achieve a two-state solution.”.
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Belarus coach who removed sprinter from Olympics charged

Beaumont Enterprise 19 Jan 2023
As she was being guided through the Tokyo airport by team officials, Tsimanouskaya spoke on the phone to her grandmother, who told her of the backlash against her from state-run media at home, where President Alexander Lukashenko's government cracked down on dissent.
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Marine Corps plans new littoral regiment for Okinawa, Japanese newspaper reports

Stars and Stripes 10 Jan 2023
Hirokazu Matsuno, Japan’s Chief Cabinet Secretary, declined to comment when asked about the Tuesday report during a press conference at the prime minister’s office in Tokyo. A spokesman from Okinawa prefecture’s base countermeasures department declined to comment by phone Tuesday, saying the department was not yet notified about a new Marine unit.
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Venture to Tokyo’s lesser-known neighbourhoods and escape the crowds

Metro UK 09 Jan 2023
The famous Shibuya Crossing in the Shibuya district of Tokyo (Picture ... Although all my visits to Tokyo have been solo, the apps and maps on my phone helped me navigate my way around the haunts I’d return to time and time again ... My phone came back to life but my passion for Tokyo’s lesser-known neighbourhoods remained ... Omo3 Tokyo Akasaka.
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Japan's PM Kishida evasive about potential Kyiv visit

Kyodo 06 Jan 2023
Kishida said he told Zelenskyy during phone talks earlier in the day that he will consider visiting Kyiv by "taking into account various factors," while condemning Russia for its continuous military attacks on Ukraine and pledging support for the Ukrainian people to tide them over the severe winter.
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Long-range missiles for Okinawa should come with local buy-in, experts say

Stars and Stripes 15 Dec 2022
CAMP FOSTER, Okinawa — A reported plan by Japan to base long-range missiles in Okinawa prefecture without first gaining local acceptance could erode confidence in the U.S.-Japan alliance, an American professor in Tokyo said recently ... "Shooting long-range missiles from Tokyo or Kyushu is too far to reach enemy bases.
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Tear-down shows Fold 4 more profitable than iPhone 14

Eweekly 14 Dec 2022
A teardown of Fold 4 -Samsung’s latest foldable phone – by Fomalhaut Techno Solutions of Tokyo, shows that its estimated cost of components is ...
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What your social media account says about your holiday style

The Times/The Sunday Times 13 Dec 2022
As a result, the impending doom of the BeReal notification, which hits all users’ phones simultaneously, has Gen Z holidaymakers keen to make sure they are always living their best life ... “I forgot my phone” ... Dubrovnik, Budapest, Tokyo ... ● Best things to do in Tokyo ... Phone? Check ... “Get the map out, I didn’t bring my phone”.
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Former SoftBank worker gets suspended sentence over info leakage

Japan Times 09 Dec 2022
The Tokyo District Court convicted Kuniaki Aiba, who had worked at SoftBank Group's mobile phone service subsidiary but moved to Rakuten ... .
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mesm Tokyo, Autograph Collection: Enjoy a Magical Space at mesm Tokyo. "BLUE FANTASY 2022" Starts ...

Maryville Daily Forum 02 Dec 2022
TOKYO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Dec 2, 2022--. mesm Tokyo, Autograph Collection, which welcomes its guests with several specialties, not only fascinates your senses but also resonates with the dynamics and wavelength of Tokyo ... mesm Tokyo will hold "BLUE FANTASY 2022" from December 1st, 2022, to January 9th, 2023 ... mesm Tokyo, Autograph Collection ... Phone ... Phone.
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'Never say never, but...' - Roger Federer explains why coaching does not appeal

The Post and Courier 22 Nov 2022
Tennis great Roger Federer has revealed why he can't see himself coaching in the future ... “Coaching… I mean, never say never,” he said at an event in Tokyo for sponsors UNIQLO. “Stefan Edberg said the same, he will never coach, until he got the phone call from me and I invited him over for practice and he said ‘ok, let me try for a year’ ... .

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Secretary of State Antony J. Blinken speaks at a joint press availability with Secretary of Defense Lloyd J. Austin III, Japanese Foreign Minister Yoshimasa Hayashi, and Japanese Defense Minister Yasukazu Hamada at the U.S. Department of State in Washington, D.C., on January 11, 2023.
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