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InsideJapan News Network

News Archive - September 2011

Displaying 36 of 36 News Items
Friday, 30th September 2011
Japan has approved an additional fund to stabilise the yen
Thursday, 29th September 2011
A move by the Japanese government to lift an evacuation order could attract the return of locals
Wednesday, 28th September 2011
A man arrested has been arrested for offences relating to endangered falcons and goshawks
New research shows that a soy-based diet could reduce the effects of ageing.
Sebastian Vettel could win the F1 World Championship in Japan.
Tuesday, 27th September 2011
Japan exited the Rugby World Cup with heavy hearts after drawing with Canada 23-23
The classic Japanese novel 'The Tale of Genji' has been re-imagined on film
Monday, 26th September 2011
Japan will face Canada in their final Rugby World Cup 2011 game
Friday, 23rd September 2011
The Fukushima prefecture has experienced a surge in feral dogs
Thursday, 22nd September 2011
Japan's loss to a strong Tongan side has sent them out of the Rugby World Cup 2011
A typhoon has left at least 16 people dead or missing but bypassed Fukushima nuclear plant
Tuesday, 20th September 2011
Japan is hoping its efforts in the Rugby World Cup will make it the most improved team
Monday, 19th September 2011
Six Japanese swimmers paid tribute to Taiwan for its contributions to the relief effort
Friday, 16th September 2011
Bite-Size - a major new exhibition celebrating Anglo-Japanese textiles comes to Kyoto next year.
City in eastern Japan launches geisha training scheme to preserve the ancient art form.
Thursday, 15th September 2011
Japanese music group The Bawdies are set to hit the big time
New research reveals that the Japanese natural disaster earlier this year has resulted in a change of attitudes among young Japanese people.
Asia's biggest annual gaming convention, the Tokyo Game Show, arrives in Japan.
Wednesday, 14th September 2011
The new prime minister of Japan has vowed to restore public confidence
Tuesday, 13th September 2011
An ex-sumo wrestler has swapped the ring to patrol the streets as a policeman
Monday, 12th September 2011
The majority of Japanese people were pleased with the army's response to the tsunami in March
Japan lost their first Rugby World Cup 2012 game to France
Friday, 9th September 2011
Japan will face France in their opening game at the Rugby World Cup 2011
Thursday, 8th September 2011
The Japanese women's soccer team have qualified for the 2012 Olympic Games
Yoshihiko Noda has made his debut visit to Fukushima since becoming prime minister
Wednesday, 7th September 2011
A new book written by children provides accounts of their experiences of the tsunami
Tuesday, 6th September 2011
A leading South-Korean TV star returned to Japan to promote the release of his latest TV drama on DVD
Monday, 5th September 2011
The new prime minster's cabinet is already proving popular with the public
The men's marathon team secured second place in the World Cup
A typhoon that swept through Japan has left 26 people dead and more than 50 missing
Friday, 2nd September 2011
Japan's new prime minister vows to combat public fears over nuclear safety
Yu Darvish was integral to taking the Fighters to victory on Wednesday
Japan has applied to UNESCO to make two of its sites World Heritage cultural sites by 2013
Thursday, 1st September 2011
An annual jazz festival is coming to Tokyo this weekend
Japan has continued its traditional annual Disaster Prevention Day despite the twin tragedy in March
Japanese tennis stars have suffered a series of injuries at the US open
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