Japan’s only English-language tabloid Sunday newspaper features everything you need to know about your world around you in a compact 28-page format (12 color pages). Offering a wide range of news from a global perspective, The Japan Times On Sunday provides in-depth analysis on the essential elements behind the top issues of the week alongside concise snapshots of breaking international/ domestic news, business and sports stories as they come to hand.
Complete your weekend with us, On Sunday.
News / Business / Sports
With original reporting coupled with carefully selected stories from Japan and around the globe, we provide news, business and sports articles with insight and depth, as well as a two-page weekly roundup of prominent international and domestic stories/images that have captured the world’s attention.
On Sunday’s Timeout section features a team of specialist writers who deliver in-depth interviews with key personalities in addition to comprehensive feature stories on topics that truly matter.
We present a broad range of domestic/international destinations and activities that allow you to escape the drudgery of day-to-day life. Discover something new with us, On Sunday.
On Sunday offers critical analysis of the week’s most important international/domestic issues by a discerning team of regular columnists, as well as opinion snapshots of what the rest of the world thinks of current global events.
On Sunday readers light-hearted insights into the world around us, introducing a selection of brand new interactive sections such as 20 Questions, Overheard, The Buzz and more. A range of puzzles, mind games and crosswords will also be available to test readers of all ages.
On Sunday has created a contemporary, easy-to-follow design that helps readers absorb all the important elements of information on the page in front of them. Comprehension assistance is provided by innovative graphic elements such as the introduction of “quickread” summaries at the top of all analytical articles and educational editorial notes. What’s more, at least five dedicated pages of news, opinion and feature articles provide additional language assistance in the form of article summaries in Japanese or translated keywords.