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FC TOKYO

Frontale's Bafetimbi Gomis contends for the ball with Tokyo's Henrique Trevisan during a J. League first-division game in Kawasaki on Friday.
SOCCER / J. League
Sep 15, 2023
Frontale beats Tokyo to give Bafetimbi Gomis win in Japan debut
The win gave Toru Oniki's men a boost ahead of their Asian Champions League campaign, which kicks off on Tuesday in Malaysia.
Japan Times
CULTURE / Art
Jul 22, 2023
Can a new art fair finally put Tokyo on the map?
Tokyo Gendai puts on a good event but still needs to change Japanese opinions on contemporary art.
Japan Times
BUSINESS
Jul 21, 2023
Tokyo's new condo prices surge 60% to a record in first half of year
The average price of a new apartment in central Tokyo jumped 60% to ¥129.6 million ($930,000) in the January to June period.
Japan Times
BUSINESS
Jul 19, 2023
Haneda Airport Terminal 2 reopens to international flights after hiatus
ANA, which seeks to increase the number of departures and arrivals in the near future, will use Terminal 2 alongside Terminal 3 for its international flights.
Japan Times
JAPAN
Jul 18, 2023
Heat continues to bake Japan, but some relief is on the way
The government issued heatstroke alerts in 23 of the nation’s 47 prefectures Tuesday, affecting tens of millions of people.
Japan Times
BUSINESS / Economy / FOCUS
Jul 18, 2023
Local governments in Tokyo spruce up donor gifts
Shinjuku Ward is considering a menu of unique gifts, such as crafts related to local industries including printing and dyeing, and a one-day 'mayor's experience' program.
Japan Times
BUSINESS / Longform
Jul 17, 2023
After last train in Tokyo, a second city comes to life
Partying tourists, a busy fish market and and global businesses all play a part in a world most of us sleep through.
Japan Times
JAPAN
Jul 16, 2023
In Tokyo, a more natural vision for an unnatural waterfront
Against a history of development and environmental issues, a plan by the Tokyo government conjures up images of lush parks and biodiverse shores. Bringing it to fruition won't be easy.
Japan Times
LIFE / Food & Drink / Chef’s Table
Jul 16, 2023
Grace Choy: Japan is so close, yet so far, from authentic Chinese cuisine
It might be an impossible task to teach everyone in Japan that Chinese cuisine isn’t just greasy fried rice and oily wontons.
Japan Times
CULTURE / Art
Jul 15, 2023
Tennoz Isle: Tokyo’s new contemporary art hub
The goal of making Tennoz Isle a vital art hub is closely tied to opening up the Japanese art market. With plans for artist residencies and business expansion, the bayside area's future is bright.
Japan Times
JAPAN / Crime & Legal
Jul 14, 2023
Man sentenced to 19-year prison term for stabbings and arson on Tokyo train
In delivering the ruling, the presiding judge said that the defendant had made extensive preparations in order to “kill as many people as possible.”
Japan Times
JAPAN
Jul 14, 2023
Iconic dragon painting at Sensoji Temple peels off ceiling
The painting had been scheduled for restoration this fall to address decades of deterioration.
Japan Times
JAPAN / Crime & Legal
Jul 12, 2023
Former head of ADK ad agency convicted in Tokyo Olympics bribery case
The Tokyo District Court sentenced Shinichi Ueno, 69, to a prison term of two years, suspended for four years.
Japan Times
LIFE / Food & Drink
Jul 11, 2023
Tokyo’s Gold Bar makes instant splash in Asia’s 50 Best Bars rankings
A week ahead of the full unveiling of the 2023 edition of the Asia’s 50 Best Bars rankings, the top 51-100 bars across the continent have been announced.
Japan Times
JAPAN / Longform
Jul 10, 2023
In Japan, plenty of inheritances, but no one to claim them
With deaths outpacing births by 2-to-1, dealing with the assets of the deceased is both a growing business and an administrative nightmare.
Japan Times
LIFE / Food & Drink
Jul 7, 2023
Why you may never see a permanent In-N-Out in Japan
Did you miss out on June’s In-N-Out Ebisu pop-up? Well, either get ready to wait until 2026 or book a flight to California.
Japan Times
JAPAN
Jul 6, 2023
Capsules from Tokyo's dismantled Nakagin tower being given new life
The building was dismantled last year, but some former residents have stood up to save its capsules.
Japan Times
JAPAN / FOCUS
Jul 5, 2023
Here's why Pokemon cards are becoming a target of burglaries in Japan
Rare cards can now be traded for more than ¥100 million, and shops carrying them have become the target of burglaries.
Japan Times
JAPAN / Crime & Legal
Jul 5, 2023
Former Tokyo Olympics executive Yasuo Mori admits to bid-rigging charges
Six firms, including Dentsu Group and Hakuhodo, as well as Mori and six other individuals were indicted, with the 56-year-old seen as playing a leading role in arranging the bid rigging.
Japan Times
JAPAN
Jul 4, 2023
Tokyo researchers develop robot arms to 'unlock creativity'
The Jizai Arms were inspired by traditional Japanese puppetry and a quasi-horror short story.

Longform

Akiko Trush says her experience with the neurological disorder dystonia left her feeling like she wanted to chop her own hand off.
The neurological disorder that 'kills culture'