The Daily Yomiuri (Toyko, Japan)

Daily Yomiuri (Toyko, Japan) is a newspaper specializing in International topics.

Articles from July 9, 2016

Adult 'School Trips' Offer Blast from the Past
With the summer holiday season approaching, many people are thinking about where to go. One idea is to revisit places you visited on school trips -- but this time with family members or friends.There are tour packages and hotel services for adults to...
Anglo-Saxon World Rejecting Neoliberalism
Britain has unexpectedly chosen to leave the European Union (EU). It would appear to be merely due to blind loathing. We visited the Paris home of Emmanuel Todd, an astute observer and historical demographer, to find out what he thinks about the situation.Synchronicity...
Editorial
Japanese nationals working hard on the forefront of assistance to developing countries must be protected from despicable terrorist attacks. Effective countermeasures must be worked out urgently.In view of the terror attack in Bangladesh in which seven...
Editorial
Creating an environment in which residents in a community can voluntarily help each other and provide support for the elderly and others in need who are inconvenienced in their daily lives is indispensable to overcome a super-aging society.With the aim...
Firms Accelerate R&D for Self-Driving Cars
Automated cars are classified into four levels based on how much the driver is involved in the operation of the accelerator, brakes and steering. The ranks range from Level 1 -- in which one of the operations is automated -- to Level 4 -- in which a...
Kanta on Manga
I love playing games, second only to reading manga. I don't mean video games, though.Over the past decade, I've been hooked on board games. Hearing this, people in Japan usually say, "Oh, you mean 'The Game of Life' and the like" in a tone that seems...
My Heroes
In July 1966, 50 years ago, The Beatles were giving concerts at the Nippon Budokan hall in Tokyo, rocking young people across Japan.While rock concerts are a common occurrence at the venue today, some people at the time were opposed to the idea of holding...
New Wheat Variety Meant for Homegrown Pasta
The harvest of Setodure, a new variety of durum wheat, which is particularly suited to making pasta, went into full swing in mid-June.As domestic pasta consumption has risen, demand for durum wheat has increased accordingly. However, durum varieties...
Suga Longest-Tenured Chief Cabinet Secretary
Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga's tenure reached 1,290 days on Thursday, making him the longest serving chief cabinet secretary.He surpasses former Prime Minister Yasuo Fukuda, who served as chief cabinet secretary for 1,289 days in the Cabinets...
Swallows' Sato Set for Long-Awaited Return
The Tokyo Yakult Swallows signed pitcher Yoshinori Sato to a regular contract from the developmental roster, allowing the right-hander to make his first appearance with the team since 2011.Sato is likely to get the start in tonight's game against the...
Technology for Autonomous Driving Still Being Refined
The safety of autonomous driving technology is attracting more attention due to a fatal accident when a Tesla Motors Inc. car was operating in an autonomous mode.According to the National Police Agency, there have been at least two car accidents in the...
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