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Japan Times
BUSINESS / Economy
Mar 5, 2023
40% of firms want BOJ to scale down monetary easing, survey shows
Of around 1,000 valid respondents, 39.6% called for a scaling back of the stimulus program, while 36.4% said the central bank should maintain its current policy.
Japan Times
JAPAN
Nov 30, 2022
About half of Japanese and Chinese foresee Taiwan conflict, survey shows
Altogether, 44.5% of Japanese and 56.7% of Chinese people pointed to the possibility of conflict either "within several years" or "in the future."
Japan Times
BUSINESS / Economy
May 30, 2022
Japan's second-quarter growth likely weaker than first predicted, poll shows
The world's third-largest economy is at risk of being hobbled by slowing economic growth in China and a surge in global raw material prices.
Japan Times
BUSINESS / Economy
Oct 14, 2021
Japanese companies back Kishida's plan for big fiscal stimulus, poll shows
The Corporate Survey showed 87% of firms urged a large extra budget to fund the stimulus, with 40% demanding an outlay of u00a510 trillion to u00a520 trillion.
Japan Times
LIFE / Food & Drink
Sep 11, 2020
Readers’ choice: Tokyo’s best burger restaurants
The Japan Timesu2019 readers weigh in with five more recommendations for where to get your burger fix in the capital.
Japan Times
LIFE / Food & Drink
Jan 22, 2020
Readers' choice: Tokyo's best gluten-free restaurants
It's about time Tokyo's food scene readily embraced various diet restrictions, so we're expanding our original list of Tokyo's best gluten-free restaurants with five more chosen by our readers.
Japan Times
JAPAN
Jan 18, 2020
Foreign tourists spent record ¥4.8 trillion here in 2019, tourism agency figures show
Foreign tourists in Japan spent a record ¥4.81 trillion ($43.6 billion) in 2019 in line with a continued increase in visitors, government data showed Friday.
Japan Times
JAPAN
Dec 21, 2019
Nearly 90% of Japanese agree Tokyo-Seoul relations in poor state: survey
Nearly nine out of 10 Japanese think relations with South Korea are in a bad place, according to a government survey, reflecting perceptions about the ongoing feud between the countries over wartime history and trade.
Japan Times
LIFE / Food & Drink
Dec 20, 2019
Readers' choice: Tokyo's best ramen shops
Last month, The Japan Times published its curated list of Tokyo's five best ramen shops. But Japan's capital city is a truly massive metropolis boasting restaurants galore, so we wanted to know: What did we overlook? And where are your favorite ramen shops?
Japan Times
JAPAN
Oct 26, 2019
42% of Japanese in their early 60s hope to continue working part time after they turn 65, survey finds
The survey on elderly employment, released Friday, also showed that 61 percent of companies are able to offer part-time positions to such workers.
Japan Times
JAPAN / Politics
Oct 6, 2019
Abe Cabinet support rate falls to 53% after tax hike: poll
Following the recent consumption tax hike, a poll showed the approval rating for Prime Minister Shinzo Abeu2019s Cabinet has fallen 2.4 percentage points to 53.0 percent from the previous one in September.
Japan Times
WORLD / Society
Aug 21, 2019
Homophobia rising in European countries without same-sex marriage, study shows
Homophobia has risen in European countries that do not legally recognize same-sex relationships and acceptance of gay people has jumped in states where they can marry, research released on Wednesday showed.
Japan Times
JAPAN
Aug 1, 2019
Japanese child consultation centers handled record 159,850 abuse cases in fiscal 2018
All prefectures saw a rise in the number of cases.
Japan Times
BUSINESS
Jul 19, 2019
Japan's consumers scaling back summer plans amid pension woes, survey shows
Japanese consumers are planning to spend less money during this summer vacation than in any year since at least 2006 amid growing concerns over retirement funding as pension revenues shrink, a survey by a life insurance company showed Friday.
Japan Times
JAPAN
Jun 25, 2019
90% of foreign residents in Japan say they need more public support with living conditions, survey finds
The survey highlighted the pressure to improve conditions for foreign residents, which has increased due to the launch of a new visa system amid chronic labor shortages.
Japan Times
JAPAN
Jun 22, 2019
Japanese junior high school students slightly more open to marijuana use, survey suggests
Junior high school students have become slightly more open to the use of marijuana, in part due to the influence of the internet, an official survey suggests.
Japan Times
JAPAN
May 27, 2019
Nearly 60% back new rule limiting value of gifts offered through hometown tax donation program: survey
A survey has found that 58.4 percent of respondents are supportive of a new rule limiting the value of return gifts handed out under Japan's furusato nōzei (hometown tax donation) system to local products worth 30 percent or less of the value of donations.
Japan Times
JAPAN / Society
Apr 17, 2019
Half of foreign nationals in Tokyo experience discrimination, survey shows
Nearly half of foreign nationals living in Tokyo have experienced racial discrimination, according to a survey released Tuesday by a civic group.
Japan Times
JAPAN
Apr 16, 2019
English level at Japan's secondary schools falls short of government target
A survey showed that final-year students of both junior and senior high schools did not reach the 50 percent goal set for them by the government.
Japan Times
JAPAN / Society
Mar 25, 2019
Survey finds that half of Japan's home care workers experienced harassment in 2018
Around 50 percent of home care workers reported in a recent government survey that they had experienced some form of harassment from those being cared for, it was learned Sunday.

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