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The Tokyo Games bribery and bid-rigging scandals: What you need to know
Allegations of bid-rigging by leading advertising firms for Games test events have recently surfaced, adding to a scandal over suspected bribes paid for sponsorship contracts.
Japan ruling bloc agrees on acquiring ‘counterstrike capability’
The capability, which would allow Japan to fire upon and disable enemy missiles before they are launched from foreign territory, remains controversial among legal experts.
Is JLPT language test best the metric for hiring foreigners in Japan?
The exam's multiple-choice format of passive reading and listening skills, with no sections for speaking or writing, casts doubt over its suitability.
Japanese cannibal who walked free dies at 73
Iseei Sagawa made no secret of his crime and capitalized on his notoriety, including with a novel-like memoir in which he reminisced about the murder ...