Eiichi Asami

For Eiichi Asami's latest contributions to The Japan Times, see below:

American's Fukushima legacy lives on

Sep 14, 2011

American's Fukushima legacy lives on

In the cemetery of Hosenji, a Buddhist temple about 8 km south of the stricken Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power plant, lie the remains of an American who worked as a General Electric Co. manager when the project to build the first reactor at ...

Nov 27, 2007

More medical institutions seen adopting English-language use

The Japanese Cancer Association, holding its annual general conference last month in Yokohama, created its first committees to conduct presentations and question-and-answer sessions entirely in English. Aimed at internationalizing the association, which consists of 16,000 cancer researchers and medical practitioners, about one-sixth of the ...