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Japan Times
LIFE / Digital / ON: GAMES
Aug 11, 2019
Welcome to the Summer Games
Join the Olympic fever with Sega's official Tokyo 2020 Olympics game; Judge Eyes finally gets its release; and Arc System Works turns the Kill la Kill anime into a fighting game.
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BUSINESS / Tech
Jul 31, 2019
'Five Eyes' security alliance calls for access to tech firms' encrypted material
The U.S.-led "Five Eyes" intelligence alliance said on Tuesday that tech firms must allow law enforcement agencies access to encrypted material, warning that failing to do so put people at risk.
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JAPAN / Science & Health
Apr 24, 2019
Eye-opener: Japanese doctor's work with iPS cells puts macular degeneration on notice
Science has Dr. Masayo Takahashi's mother to thank, in a way, for some of the most notable developments in regenerative medicine using stem cells.
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JAPAN
Oct 16, 2018
Diplomat spouse's top shot captures Japan in full bloom
An extreme close-up shot capturing a delicate sakura cherry blossom clothed in white floating on a tranquil surface of water won the Prince Takamado Memorial Prize in this year's version of the Japan Through Diplomats' Eyes annual photo competition.
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LIFE / Travel
Jun 8, 2018
Shodoshima: Movie history with a side of olives
The Seto Inland Sea's Shodoshima island, with its scenic vistas, beaches, cultivated olives and movie history, is a slice of the Mediterranean in Japan.
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JAPAN / Science & Health / A MATTER OF HEALTH
Jun 14, 2017
Transplants using iPS cells put Riken specialist at forefront of regenerative medicine research
When she entered medicine in the mid-1980s, Masayo Takahashi chose ophthalmology as her specialty, she said, because she wanted to have a family and thought the discipline would spare her from sudden work calls in the middle of the night, helping her best balance work and life.
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CULTURE / Books / ESSENTIAL READING FOR JAPANOPHILES
Mar 11, 2017
'Twenty-four Eyes': A quiet commentary on the inhumanity of war
Any list of Japan's top 10 films invariably includes the 1954 movie version of "Twenty-four Eyes," directed by Keisuke Kinoshita and starring Hideko Takamine in one of her signature roles as schoolteacher Hisako Oishi.
JAPAN / Science & Health
Feb 7, 2017
Riken-linked team set to test transplanting eye cells using iPS from donor
A Japanese research team said Monday it will begin the world's first clinical trials involving transplanting retinal cells grown from iPS stem cells obtained from one person to another.
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JAPAN
Oct 9, 2015
Hungarian diplomat wins top prize in annual photo competition
Familiar looking landscapes offering a taste of old Japan's hidden and harmonious coexistence with the modern era exemplify the theme of this year's "Japan Through Diplomats' Eyes" annual photo competition.
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CULTURE / Music
Sep 20, 2015
Grimm Grimm's idea of psychedelic music on 'Hazy Eyes Maybe' is uniquely Japanese
Grimm Grimm "Hazy Eyes Maybe" (P-Vine)
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JAPAN
Oct 10, 2014
Diplomats win kudos in annual photo contest
An arresting image of a man dressed as a superhero parking his bicycle was on Thursday named winner of the Prince Takamado Memorial Prize for the Japan Through Diplomats' Eyes 2014 photography contest.
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CULTURE / Film
Apr 26, 2013
Murakami's 'Jellyfish Eyes' blends kawaii and creepy into a postquake critique
In the West he's been referred to as 'the other Murakami.' To those in Japan, the difference is so prominent that very few would ever confuse artist-cum-filmmaker Takashi Murakami with novelist Haruki Murakami.
EDITORIALS
Mar 27, 2013
Making clinical use of iPS cells
Japan's Institute of Physical and Chemical Research asks the health ministry for permission to do a clinical study using iPS cells to treat eye disease.

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