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Past articles by Sayuri:

Traditional styles adapt to changing times

Emperor Naruhito will formally declare his ascension as Japan's 126th monarch in front of about 2,000 leaders and representatives from over 170 countries a → Read More

Slovenia faces similar fiscal challenges to Japan, Finance Minister Andrej Bertoncelj says

Slovenia has similar challenges to Japan in terms of huge government debts and an aging population, and both countries can learn from each other, Slovenian → Read More

Trump 'frustrated' with lack of Japan trade deal, Ambassador William Hagerty says

U.S. President Donald Trump is "frustrated" by the fact that the U.S. and Japan have yet to ink a trade deal, which was reflected in his recent mention of → Read More

U.S. Ambassador to Japan William Hagerty says he has high hopes for Abe visit to Iran

U.S. Ambassador to Japan William Hagerty on Tuesday welcomed Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's planned visit to Iran, saying U.S. President Donald Trump has grea → Read More

U.S. Ambassador to Japan William Hagerty says he has high hopes for Abe visit to Iran

U.S. Ambassador to Japan William Hagerty on Tuesday welcomed Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's planned visit to Iran, saying U.S. President Donald Trump has grea → Read More

Tokushima woman on zero-waste quest gets an audience with Davos

With leaders from around the world as her audience, a young Japanese woman from Kamikatsu, Tokushima Prefecture, spoke about her small town's "zero waste" → Read More

At Davos, a continued push for gender equality in global leadership positions

When world political and business leaders gather these days, trade, globalization and Brexit dominate the discussions, and the annual meeting of the World → Read More

Abe calls for rebuilding of trust in international trade at World Economic Forum meeting in Davos

Prime Minister Shinzo Abe takes the stage at the World Economic Forum in Davos where he stresses Japan’s commitment to enhancing a free, open and rules-based international order. → Read More

After mixed results in U.S. midterms, Trump likely to hit Japan on trade: Thomas Friedman

Results of last week's U.S. midterm elections were mixed, leaving a chasm in the U.S. political landscape. The Republicans not only retained control of the → Read More

'Summer Davos' in China casts spotlight on technological advances beyond Silicon Valley

The award-winning virtual reality film "Tree" offers a rare multisensory experience of becoming a rainforest tree from a seedling in just 15 minutes. Readi → Read More

Unilateral trade actions won't solve problems, says Chinese Premier Li Keqiang at Tianjin summit

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang said Wednesday that unilateral trade actions will not solve any problems, stressing that multilateralism should instead be uphel → Read More

Put more women in office, former New Zealand Prime Minister Helen Clark tells Japan

When Helen Clark was first elected to New Zealand's parliament in 1981, she was one of only eight female lawmakers among the 92 representatives. Now, women → Read More

Me Too rises in Japan as sexually harassed journalists speak out

Women journalists in Japan join the growing ranks of the Me Too movement following allegations of sexual harassment at high levels. → Read More

At Davos, Modi calls out isolationist trends as attention turns to how Trump will respond

The annual meeting of the World Economic Forum kicked off Tuesday in Davos, Switzerland, with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi openly railing against an → Read More

Hokkaido 'workations' breathe fresh air into telecommuting

With a view of Mount Shari in the distance and an ocean breeze wafting in from the Sea of Okhotsk, working in this coastal community in northeastern Hokkai → Read More

Astroscale exec to boldly clean where no one has cleaned before

Entrepreneur Nobu Okada has set off on a mission never before undertaken in the annals of human history — cleaning up Earth's space junk. Man-made sp → Read More

Mayor Soichiro Takashima envisions Fukuoka as a living lab for internet of things

Assessing damage caused by natural disasters with just a glance at a monitor screen. Controlling water levels and knowing the best time to fertilize crops → Read More

Entrepreneur taps Skype, tablets to offer sign-language service across Japan

Imagine you're a hearing impaired person who wants to hire a sign language interpreter. The process is antiquated and lengthy. You have to send a fax to a → Read More

Japan at risk if West unable to confront growing geopolitical threats, says analyst

The world can expect more geopolitical conflicts that will also impact Japan if Western powers fail to tackle global issues such as the Syrian refugee cris → Read More

Davos forum kicks off with dour mood amid tough global conditions

The mood was glum as the World Economic Forum's annual meeting of academics and leaders from business and politics kicked off Wednesday in Davos, Switzerla → Read More