The discussion revolved around what only The Japan Times could offer and what it should be providing to readers given that it is now distributed along with The New York Times International Edition.

The advisory board members agreed the articles published in the paper should show a more in-depth look at Japan’s social structure, values or Japan’s presence on the global stage.

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