Masaaki Kameda

Masaaki Kameda is a staff writer for The Japan Times since April 2013, covering education and the metropolitan government. He previously worked for The Japan Times ST, a weekly paper for English learners. His interests include taking photographs and exercising.

For Masaaki Kameda's latest contributions to The Japan Times, see below:

May 22, 2015

Tokyo, Seoul make little progress in resolving UNESCO heritage feud

Japan and South Korea failed to find common ground Friday over Tokyo’s controversial proposal to have historical industrial sites put on UNESCO’s World Heritage list, a move Seoul is attempting to block as they include places where Koreans were forced to toil after being ...

Cut-out enthusiast fills niche face first

May 18, 2015

Cut-out enthusiast fills niche face first

Are you the type to put your face in a goofy head-in-a-hole board for a photo at a tourist spot, or do you think such antics are child’s play and give them a miss? Company employee Tomoyuki Shioya, 32, is obsessed to the point ...

Japan's first international defense show opens in Yokohama

May 13, 2015

Japan's first international defense show opens in Yokohama

Japan’s first-ever international defense trade show kicked off in Yokohama on Wednesday, attracting more than 100 exhibitors as the country aims to ramp up its global security role. In opening remarks at the three-day MAST Asia 2015 defense conference on maritime security at Pacifico ...