News On Japan

BEST JAPAN CM

Mar 07 (JCMC JHI) - FEBRUARY 2023

News On Japan
POPULAR NEWS

The Emperor and Empress of Japan have arrived in the UK for an official visit aimed at strengthening friendly relations. This marks the Emperor's first state visit to the UK in 26 years since 1998.

According to a report by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), 28.3% of women born in 1975 in Japan are childless, the highest rate among member countries.

The long-standing seniority-based system in Japanese companies is being phased out. Many have considered it natural to rise with age, but there have been times when people desired recognition based on ability. With this deeply ingrained system now under review, will the decision by a major bank change Japan's corporate culture?

In a significant ruling regarding the estate of businessman 'Kishu Don Juan,' the court declared on Friday the will, which states that his 1.3 billion yen estate be donated entirely to the city, to be valid. Relatives had contested the will's validity, but the court dismissed their claims.

A controversy has erupted over the sale of high-priced premium seats at the Gion Festival. Yasaka Shrine's chief priest has expressed concern over the decision to sell premium seats for 150,000 yen each, stating, "This is not a show."

NEWS ON JAPAN SOCIALS
         

MORE Entertainment NEWS

The overwhelming combat power of the Seraphim is too much for CP0 and the Straw Hat Pirates.

In this video, we focus on a special upcoming production of Yoshitsune Senbon Zakura by Ichikawa Danjūrō XIII, to take place in July at the Kabuki-za. (Kabuki In-Depth)

In a shocking revelation at the Tokyo District Court, singer aiko (48) confessed to being 'brainwashed' by her former manager, detailing the control he exerted over her.

Voice actor Toru Furuya has announced his resignation from his roles in the anime series 'Detective Conan' as Amuro Tooru and 'One Piece' as Sabo following revelations of an affair with a woman 37 years his junior.

In Episode 23 of the TV anime 'Mushoku Tensei II: Jobless Reincarnation,' titled 'Let's Go Home,' the journey of Rudeus and his companions reaches a pivotal moment. After numerous trials and battles in the otherworldly realm, the group faces the prospect of returning to their homeland.

The results of the audition to select members for the national competition have been announced. In response, Kumiko makes a request to their advisor, Noboru Taki. The Kitauji High School Concert Band is known for its meritocracy. Kumiko stands on stage for the final performance.

A star athlete reluctantly returns home to take over his father's duties as Ultraman, shielding Tokyo from giant monsters as he becomes a legendary hero. (Netflix Anime)

Popular anime singer Yoko Takahashi, known for her hit song 'A Cruel Angel's Thesis' from the anime 'Neon Genesis Evangelion,' has abruptly withdrawn from a concert. The reason behind this decision was an AI-generated poster.