The Daily Yomiuri (Toyko, Japan)

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

Articles from December 19, 2017

Abdication Ceremony Set to Be Held as State Affair
The government is considering holding a ceremony for the Emperor's abdication on April 30, 2019, as a matter of state (see below) stipulated by the Constitution, according to government sources.The ceremony will be held at the Imperial Palace on the...
Delicious
Baked goods made using okara, a fibrous byproduct from the production of tofu, have found a niche market among pregnant women and mothers raising small children.Especially popular are muffins produced by Makoto Nakamura, a 46-year-old cooking instructor...
Delicious / OISHII
Meat loafIn this column, chefs and cooking experts share recipes that are easy to prepare at home.In Japan, meat loaf is sometimes presented as a year-end gift. If you serve a meat loaf that you have made yourself, you'll have even more to talk about...
Delicious / Roasted Tea a Hit for Its Mild Flavor, Aroma
Beverages, sweets and other products flavored with hojicha, or Japanese roasted green tea, have become a common sight in stores these days.Hojicha's mild flavor and aroma have brought new popularity to existing products. Increasing health consciousness...
Domestic Rare Earths Eyed to Make LEDs
Researchers, lawmakers and businesses are hoping to use rare earths in deep waters near the coast of Japan to produce LEDs, The Yomiuri Shimbun has learned.Both the public and private sectors are aiming to jointly develop LED products in time for the...
Editorial
While relying on its alliance with the United States in the field of security, South Korea is gauging the responses of China, on which it heavily depends economically. There is no choice but to feel the fragility of Seoul's bifurcated diplomacy.South...
Editorial
An extremist group that tormented the nation for as many as four years has at last been eradicated. The Iraqi government must make efforts to dispel sectarian antagonism and stabilize its political situation by effectively utilizing the reconstruction...
Music Royalties Changes Rattle Film Industry
The Japanese Society for Rights of Authors, Composers and Publishers (JASRAC), which manages copyrights, expressed its intention to change the system for collecting royalties on music from foreign films played in cinemas.The organization plans to shift...
Students Hone Language, Management Skills Via English Newspaper Contest
A group of students from Toyo Eiwa Jogakuin Junior High and Senior High School in Tokyo has won this year's English-language newspaper production contest for their "Maple Times," which introduced topics including the school's long-standing motto and...
Uncertain Future Looms for ISS
BAIKONUR, Kazakhstan -- Astronaut Norishige Kanai, 41, left for the International Space Station (see below) on Sunday, but massive operational costs remain an issue for this orbiting laboratory.The future of ISS activities is uncertain beyond 2024, when...
Yamaguchi Grabs Superseries Crown
DUBAI -- Akane Yamaguchi defeated Pusarla Sindhu of India in the women's singles final of the badminton World Superseries Finals in Dubai on Sunday, claiming her first Superseries title.Yamaguchi edged Rio de Janeiro Olympic silver medalist Sindhu 15-21,...
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