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Iran to take part at JATA Tourism Expo Japan
The Islamic Republic of Iran will set up a pavilion at the JATA Tourism Expo Japan, which will be held in Tokyo from September 22 to 25.
BOJ maintains ultra-low rates, warns against sharp yen falls
The Bank of Japan maintained ultra-low interest rates on Friday and vowed to defend its cap on bond yields with unlimited buying, bucking a global wave of monetary tightening in a show of resolve to focus on supporting a tepid economic recovery.
Japan eases foreign tourism ban, allows guided package tours
Japan on Friday eased its borders for foreign tourists and began accepting visa applications, but only for those on guided package tours who are willing to follow mask-wearing and other antivirus measures as the country cautiously tries to balance business and infection worries.
Japan opens up to foreign tourists after two years
After being closed to tourists for two years, Japan is opening its borders to visitors from 98 countries and regions.
Japan ‘sounded out’ about hosting 2023 Asian Cup
The Japan Football Association (JFA) has been informally approached about the possibility of replacing China as hosts of next year’s AFC Asian Cup, Chairman Kozo Tashima told Nikkan Sports.
Toshiba in early talks with 10 potential buyout 'partners'
Troubled conglomerate Toshiba said Friday it has been approached by 10 potential investors as it weighs going private, a move that would be highly unusual in corporate Japan.
Japan needs to invest $1.2 trillion in decarbonisation over 10 years
Japan's public and private sectors will need to invest a total of 150 trillion yen ($1.2 trillion) in decarbonisation over the next 10 years to help achieve the nation's ambitious goal of becoming carbon neutral by 2050, the Industry Ministry said on Friday.
Beijing: Japan hyping China threat to boost its military might
The Chinese Foreign Ministry on Friday said Japan is hyping the so-called China threat in order to find an excuse to boost its own military might.
Iranian children shine at Japan painting contest
Three Iranians from the Institute for Intellectual Development of Children and Young Adults were awarded at the Kao Int’l Environment Painting Contest for Children in Japan.
Iran-Japan bonds based on mutual trust, respect: Raeisi
Iranian President Seyyed Ebrahim Raeisi hoped for the expansion of cooperation between Tehran and Tokyo.
Japan plans to invest in Iranian ports
Japanese Ambassador to Iran Kazutoshi Aikawa has visited Iran’s southern Shahid Rajaee Port to explore areas of mutual interest for future cooperation, pmo.ir reported on Monday.
Japan’s top refiner mulls resuming oil imports from Iran
The top crude oil refiner in Japan declared it has plans to resume oil imports from Iran amid growing interest among Asian peers to follow the suit.
‘Grape Season’ to arrive in Japan’s Meihodo festival
Iranian short film ‘Grape Season’ is to be screened at the 4th Meihodo Int'l Youth Visual Media Festival (MIYVMF) in Japan.

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