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Japan protests Russian military buildup plan in decades-old islands dispute
Japan has protested to Russia over its plan to boost troop strength on disputed islands, Japan's top government spokesman said on Thursday, the latest move in a territorial row that has overshadowed ties since World War Two.
Japan to import naphtha from Iran
Japan is set to import a naphtha cargo from Iran this month, a source said, marking the first such import from the Middle Eastern country since 2011.
Japan returns to trade deficit in January
Japan logged its first trade deficit in five months in January, official data showed on Monday, as higher energy prices overwhelmed slower growth in exports due to the lunar new year.
Japan's Sojitz to study Iran steel project
Japan's Sojitz Corporation — the country's sixth largest trading enterprise — has signed a preliminary agreement to study the production of steel sheets in Iran's southeastern port of Chabahar in Sistan-Baluchestan Province.
Japan logs 1% growth in 2016 on exports
Japan's economy expanded 1.0 percent in 2016 as a bump in exports and capital investment offset weak spending at home, data showed on Monday, although it was unlikely to erase concerns about Tokyo's faltering war on deflation.
Exploring evolution of Filipino cuisine in Japan
With enough hunger, patience, and determination, it’s possible to track down just about any kind of food in and around Tokyo.
Japan 'seeks relationship of trust' with Trump
Japan's prime minister says Tokyo wants to build a “relationship of trust” with Washington, highlighting that the economic and trade ties between the two countries are “win-win” under the administration of President Donald Trump.
Lack of nursery school spots still widespread in Japan
A year since a blog post by an anonymous Japanese mother struggling to find a nursery school drew national attention, parents are still having difficulties finding facilities for young children.
Japan's 2016 current accounts surplus hits 9-year high
Japan's current account surplus increased 25.8 percent from the previous year to 20.65 trillion yen ($183.86 billion) in 2016, marking a nine-year high, the finance ministry said in a preliminary report on Wednesday.
Japan to invest $6.9b in Iran's projects
The Government of Japan expressed readiness to allocate $6.9 billion to fund five projects in Iran in a bid to continue expand bilateral relations between the two countries as well as humanitarian issues.
Regions struggling to stay viable amid Tokyo-centric population shift
Despite the central government’s initiatives to reinvigorate regional economies and advance decentralization, municipalities across Japan are struggling to stem a population outflow, most prominently to Tokyo.
Japan’s 0.5% wage increase biggest since 2010
The wallets of Japan’s workers ended up a bit fatter last year, with total earnings rising the most since 2010.
Japan cracks door for foreign housekeepers
The door has opened for the first foreign housekeepers to be hired under a Japanese government policy aimed at helping women re-enter the workforce after having children.

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