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SUMO
Jul 16, 2022
Mitakeumi forced to leave Nagoya meet after COVID-19 case within stable
Mitakeumi needed a winning record of eight wins or more to stay at the sport's second-highest rank but struggled at Dolphins Arena after going 2-4 in his first six days.
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SUMO / Basho reports
Jul 15, 2022
Ichinojo bulldozes Mitakeumi to maintain perfect record
A day after overpowering yokozuna Terunofuji, Ichinojo delivered another commanding performance.
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SUMO / Basho reports
Jul 14, 2022
Ichinojo takes down yokozuna Terunofuji on Day 5 at Nagoya Basho
No. 2 maegashira Ichinojo outmuscled yokozuna Terunofuji to maintain his perfect record and take the sole lead after five days of action at the Nagoya Grand Sumo Tournament on Thursday.
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SUMO / Basho reports
Jul 13, 2022
Terunofuji back on track with third straight win in Nagoya
The lone yokozuna, who started the meet with an upset loss to komusubi Abi, improved to 3-1 by securing a powerful arm bar throw win over No. 2 maegashira Kotonowaka.
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SUMO / Basho reports
Jul 12, 2022
Terunofuji edges Takanosho for second win as Shodai and Mitakeumi lose
Five rank-and-file wrestlers kept their perfect record at Dolphins Arena, but both demotion-threatened ozeki suffered defeats as they bid to stay at the sport's second-highest rank.
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SUMO / Basho reports
Jul 11, 2022
Yokozuna Terunofuji bounces back to grab first win at Nagoya Basho
Demotion-threatened ozeki Shodai suffered his second straight loss to open the meet.
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SUMO / Basho reports
Jul 10, 2022
Abi upsets Terunofuji on opening day of Nagoya Basho
Sumo's lone yokozuna as well as two of three second-ranked ozeki suffered losses during Day 1's action at Dolphins Arena.
Japan Times
SUMO
Jul 8, 2022
Yokozuna Terunofuji eager to put on show for fans in Nagoya
Terunofuji is the frontrunner in Nagoya, and it'd be no surprise if he finished the fortnight's action with another title under his belt.
Japan Times
SUMO
Jul 3, 2022
Former ozeki Takayasu and his Tagonoura stable to miss Nagoya Basho
It is the second time an entire stable will sit out a tournament due to COVID-19 infections and the first time since January.
Japan Times
LIFE
Jun 19, 2022
Japanese firm aims to boost tiny portable toilet use in disaster planning
Unlike disaster preparedness supplies such as emergency food, just 16.9% of households have some kind of emergency toilet ready, one survey shows.
Japan Times
SOCCER / J. League
Jun 19, 2022
Reds beat Grampus to end prolonged winless streak
The morale-boosting result following the extended international break lifted Ricardo Rodriguez's side to 13th on the table after it had languished on the relegation zone fringe.
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JAPAN
Jun 17, 2022
Charges against Japan immigration authorities over death of Sri Lankan dropped
Prosecutors have decided to drop all criminal charges against then-senior officials over Ratnayake Liyanage Wishma Sandamali's death on the grounds that they could not be proven.
Japan Times
JAPAN / Crime & Legal
Jun 8, 2022
Family of dead Sri Lankan detainee demands apology from Japan government
Her family also filed a criminal complaint with prosecutors against the immigration center's senior officials in November last year, saying they failed to provide appropriate medical care.
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JAPAN
Jun 3, 2022
Worker at Japanese fast-food chain Sukiya dies while working alone
The woman in her 50s was working an early morning shift in January at a Nagoya outlet and her situation was not discovered until her colleague arrived at around 9 a.m.
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JAPAN
May 29, 2022
Japan government to fight damages suit filed by kin of dead Sri Lankan
The government will fight a u00a5156 million lawsuit filed by relatives of a Sri Lankan woman who died last year while in custody at an immigration center in Nagoya.
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JAPAN
May 29, 2022
Four Japanese universities set to apply for ¥10 trillion government fund
Nagoya University and Osaka University are among the schools that intend to apply for the funds, established as part of efforts to promote science and technology in Japan.
Japan Times
SOCCER / J. League
May 29, 2022
Gakuto Notsuda stunner earns Sanfrecce narrow win over Grampus
The 27-year-old midfielder hit the target in the 58th minute at Edion Stadium Hiroshima, where Sanfrecce held a celebration to honor retired club great Hisato Sato.
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JAPAN / Regional voices: Chubu
May 9, 2022
Municipal governments lose energy supplies as new providers exit industry
The companies entered the electricity retail market after it was liberalized in 2000, but are finding themselves unable to withstand the recent sharp rise in fuel prices.
Japan Times
JAPAN
Mar 26, 2022
Art event featuring 'comfort women' statue to be held in Tokyo in April
The exhibition, which features a statue symbolizing women who were forced or coerced into Japan's wartime brothel system, will be held from April 2 to 5 in the city of Kunitachi.
Japan Times
LIFE / Food & Drink
Mar 16, 2022
Multinational breakfast specials reflect Aichi's growing international community
With international travel proving difficult amid the pandemic, some diners take solace in touring Nagoya's various breakfast sets.

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