The Daily Yomiuri (Toyko, Japan)

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

Articles from December 8, 2018

ASDF Visits Set for Pacific Island Nations
To counter China's growing maritime advances in the Pacific, the government intends to actively dispatch Air Self-Defense Force planes to Pacific island nations to promote exchanges with locals in those countries, The Yomiuri Shimbun has learned.The...
Bound to Please
The TrailBy Meika HashimotoScholastic Press, 229pp"The Trail," Meika Hashimoto's novel for young readers, is the story of a 12-year-old boy named Toby who tries to hike a 440-mile (708-kilometer) trail stretching from Vermont to Maine in the northeastern...
Culture
Fashion designer Jun Ashida, who passed away on Oct. 20 aged 88, created tasteful, comfortable and elegant garments and was a leader in Japanese pret-a-porter clothing for over a half century. His memorial service was held Friday at the Imperial Hotel.Ashida...
Culture
"Nihon no Rekishi" (History of Japan), a new musical written and directed by Koki Mitani, has opened at the Setagaya Public Theatre in Tokyo's Sangenjaya district.It's a bold attempt at compressing approximately 1,700 years -- from the reign of the shamanic...
Editorial
The work style for teachers must be reformed significantly. To realize reforms, it is essential to ensure the understanding and cooperation of society as a whole.Draft guidelines, including those for setting a ceiling on working hours for teachers at...
Editorial
Conflicts between the government and a public-private fund are causing turmoil. The situation must return to normal as soon as possible.Confrontation is intensifying between the Japan Investment Corporation (JIC), a public-private fund that was established...
Govt to Halt Use of Huawei, ZTE Products Due to Security Concerns
The government intends to effectively ban products of two major Chinese telecommunications equipment makers -- Huawei Technologies Co. and ZTE Corp. -- from telecommunications devices at the Cabinet Office, ministries and agencies, the Self-Defense Forces...
Local Govts Vie for Vietnam Workers
In the wake of the government's efforts to accept more foreign workers into Japan from next spring, a talent war to secure Vietnamese workers has intensified among local governments.However, the surge in demand for Vietnamese employees has brought about...
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