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Tomohiro Osaki is a staff writer in the Domestic News Division. A graduate of Sophia University in Tokyo, he likes to explore under-reported realities of Japanese youth, with a tendency toward the taboo.
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The industry faces an intensifying public backlash after reports emerged that a recent spike in cases stemmed largely from nighttime entertainment districts.
Heated media coverage has zeroed in on Kabukicho, catapulting the area to a new level of notoriety.
The LDP’s repudiation of a move to a September start is a further setback for the prime minister, who initially welcomed such a change.
Minimally intrusive and conditional on consent, the app's privacy concerns are minimal, with widespread penetration its largest obstacle to success, observers say.
Officials hope the app will serve as a deterrent against a second wave of infections considered to be a growing risk in Japan.
A Japan Times article provides some lessons in English with regards to a sudden drop in sucides in Japan.
The fallout from COVID-19 is still taking a toll on jobs and increasing the risk of domestic violence and child abuse, officials and experts say.
The guidelines offer a glimpse into how firms might survive as their customers adopt what's been dubbed a "new lifestyle."
Officials have reported instances of cars with out-of-prefecture license plates being tailgated and vandalized, and their drivers targeted with verbal abuse.