The Daily Yomiuri (Toyko, Japan)

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

Articles from March 26, 2018

Abe Determined to Revise Constitution
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has expressed his determination to realize constitutional revision on four items, including stipulating constitutional grounds for the Self-Defense Forces.Constitutional revision is "a task the party has faced since its establishment,...
Editorial
It is feared that the review of the broadcasting business could lower the quality of TV programs, which would eventually lead to the infringement of the public's right to know. It cannot be denied that the review that Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is aiming...
Editorial
The mistreatment of elderly people has become increasingly serious. Among other problems, there has been a conspicuous increase in the number of such cases at nursing care facilities, where specialized care should be provided. There is a pressing need...
Final-Day Defeat Doesn't Dampen Kakuryu's Mood
A sour ending didn't spoil the sweet taste of victory for yokozuna Kakuryu on the final day of the Spring Grand Sumo Tournament in Osaka on Sunday.Kakuryu (13-2) thought he had defeated ozeki Takayasu to wrap up the basho, but ringside judges couldn't...
Global Economy
On Feb. 20, the Venezuelan government issued the world's first state-run virtual currency, the "petro," going on to raise about 5 billion dollars in under three weeks. This fact indicates once again the dangers of virtual currencies and raises the question...
LDP Quest to Revise Top Law Buffeted by Moritomo Case
It is becoming increasingly unclear whether the ruling Liberal Democratic Party will be able to achieve party executives' goal of initiating constitutional revisions in the Diet this year, as Prime Minister and LDP President Shinzo Abe's influence is...
Quantum Mechanics Paves Way to Future
The set of theories that describe subatomic particles such as electrons and photons in the microworld falls into the field of quantum mechanics, an area quite different from the world of classical physics, from which Newton's law of motion was derived.The...
Researchers Identify Substance That Calms Down Aggressive Hornets
A team led by a professor of chemical ecology at Kochi University has identified a chemical substance that temporarily dulls the aggressive instinct of hornets.The researchers, led by Prof. Kim Chul Sa, are scheduled to present the results of their research...
Takanashi Becomes All-Time Leader with 54th Cup Victory
OBERSTDORF, Germany -- Sara Takanashi, the bronze medalist at the Pyeongchang Olympics, won the 14th women's World Cup ski jumping event of the season on Saturday for a record 54th Cup victory overall.She is now the all-time leader in World Cup victories...
Zoom Up
Off a dark coast near the mouth of the Hishidagawa river in Osaki, Kagoshima Prefecture, countless headlamps glittered and fine-mesh fishing nets fluttered above the cold sea shoals. Fishermen waded through waist-deep water as they carefully looked into...
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