China's imports of cosmetics from Japan in 2020 soared more than 30% from the previous year to about $4.3 billion, surpassing South Korea and other major suppliers.
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Foreign residents can consult over 10 doctors, who cover internal and respiratory medicine, otolaryngology, pediatrics and dermatology, in four languages via Zoom.
With China's online shopping market expected to grow, and with tourist numbers down, firms are seizing on the opportunity to sell through a new format.
Online orders have increased about 20% from the previous year as people are refraining from going outside due to COVID-19, Japan Post said.
Many analysts forecast the 225-issue Nikkei average will move between 23,000 and 24,000 toward the end of the year.
Market participants are closely watching whether the new prime minister will dissolve the Lower House for a snap election to strengthen his grip on power.
Japan's longest-serving prime minister is leaving an economy that is smaller, badly hit by the pandemic and with more debt than when he returned to power in 2012.
As companies close offices in central Tokyo or encourage employees to work from home to stay safe from the coronavirus pandemic, young people are relocating to the suburbs where rents are cheaper, space less at a premium and nature nearer the doorstep. With Japanese work ...
Inventive companies are adding tricot, xylitol and even coolant packs to masks as medical experts warn using them in hot and humid weather might cause health problems.
E-learning program providers are offering their services for free to help students keep up with their studies while schools in Japan remain closed over the coronavirus outbreak. Major manga publishers are taking the same step to keep students entertained as the government calls on students ...