Russia mulls joining China in banning Japanese seafood imports
So far this year, Russia has imported 118 tonnes of Japanese seafood.
South Korea hosts Japan, China as US allies try to reassure Beijing
The meeting aims in part to set the stage for the resumption of three-way summits among the countries' leaders, which were last held in 2019.
Japan receives 2 million visitors for third straight month in August
Tourism to Japan nearly stopped for more than two years during the pandemic, but arrivals have risen since the government resumed visa-free travel and scrapped remaining Covid controls in May 2023.
Japan elevates Taiwan security ties in move likely to rile China
China has criticised Japan, the US and other Western nations for adopting what it calls a Cold War mentality.
Japan PM Kishida spoke about Fukushima water release with G20 leaders, official says
Japan maintains that the water release is safe.
Japan broadcasters issue rare apologies for past silence over J-pop agency sex abuse
This comes after Japan's top talent agency Johnny & Associates apologised for decades of sexual abuses committed by its late founder.
Japan PM speaks to China's Li about radioactive water release
Japan started releasing the water from the wrecked plant into the ocean last month, drawing strong criticism from China.
Japan launches 'moon sniper' lunar lander to space
The launch comes two weeks after India became the fourth nation to successfully land a spacecraft on the moon with its Chandrayaan-3 mission to the unexplored lunar south pole.
China's economic gloom hangs over Japan's long-awaited recovery
China's downturn would leave Japan's export-reliant economy with little external support as aggressive Federal Reserve interest rate hikes cool growth in the US, another key driver of global activity.
Japan's 'moon sniper' to test precision landing – and Tokyo's space ambitions
The mission is meant to demonstrate Japan's ability to put a lightweight, low-cost craft on the moon within 100m of a designated landing site using an advanced visual navigation system.
Japan to WTO: China's Fukushima-related seafood ban 'totally unacceptable'
Tokyo's foreign ministry says Japan has also requested China to hold discussions over the Fukushima-related import ban based on the provisions of the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership trade pact.
South Koreans worry about Fukushima water, more disapprove of Yoon
Japan says the water from the wrecked nuclear power plant is safe and it began releasing it into the Pacific on Aug 24 despite objections at home and abroad.
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