"Hikone" の関連情報検索結果

Meet Hikonyan, the popular mascot from Ann Arbor’s Japanese sister city - MLive.com



Meet Hikonyan, the popular mascot from Ann Arbor’s Japanese sister city  MLive.com

The adorable white cat with the Japanese warrior helmet is the official mascot of Hikone, Ann Arbor's sister city in Japan.

Meet Hikonyan, Ann Arbor's Japanese sister city's mascot Saturday - WDIV ClickOnDetroit



Meet Hikonyan, Ann Arbor's Japanese sister city's mascot Saturday  WDIV ClickOnDetroit

Hikone, Japan's adorable mascot, is coming to the Ann Arbor District Library's downtown branch on Saturday.

5 of the most terrifying Japanese mascots - Japan Today



5 of the most terrifying Japanese mascots  Japan Today

Japan's yuru-chara (literally soft character) craze has been going strong for over a decade. The country's thousands of cute, quirky mascots represent ...

Ann Arbor mayor visits Japan to celebrate 50th sister-city anniversary - MLive.com



Ann Arbor mayor visits Japan to celebrate 50th sister-city anniversary  MLive.com

Now in his fifth year in office, Christopher Taylor is embarking on his first overseas trip as mayor.

Shiga ex-cop pleads guilty to fatally shooting senior officer but asks for leniency over mental s...



Shiga ex-cop pleads guilty to fatally shooting senior officer but asks for leniency over mental stress  The Japan Times

A 20-year-old former policeman pleaded guilty Wednesday to fatally shooting his commanding officer at a police box in Shiga Prefecture in April, but sought.

A single gene determines whether a fly has a good sense of sight or a good sense of smell - Phys.org



A single gene determines whether a fly has a good sense of sight or a good sense of smell  Phys.org

Trade-offs in the sizes of visual and olfactory organs are a common feature of animal evolution, but the underlying genetic and developmental mechanisms have ...

Boar killed after attacking four people on crowded trail near Hikone Castle - The Japan Times



Boar killed after attacking four people on crowded trail near Hikone Castle  The Japan Times

A wild boar injured four people Sunday as they walked on a crowded trail outside of Hikone Castle in Shiga Prefecture. A 78-year-old man was seriously inju.

Shiga tries to attract tourists from nearby Kyoto - Kyodo News Plus



Shiga tries to attract tourists from nearby Kyoto  Kyodo News Plus

The Shiga prefectural government is beefing up efforts to attract foreign tourists to the western Japan prefecture from the nearby city of Kyoto.

Duck with bill wrapped with tape found in western Japan - The Mainichi



Duck with bill wrapped with tape found in western Japan  The Mainichi

HIKONE, Shiga -- A spot-billed duck whose bill was wrapped with packing tape was found by a man on the balcony of his third-floor apartment here in western ...

License plate featuring local mascot 'Hikonyan' to debut in Shiga Pref. - The Mainichi



License plate featuring local mascot 'Hikonyan' to debut in Shiga Pref.  The Mainichi

HIKONE, Shiga -- A regional license plate featuring popular Hikone mascot Hikonyan will be issued here for motorcycles and some small vehicles from Oc.

Popular Shiga mascot 'Hikonyan' celebrates 11th birthday - The Mainichi



Popular Shiga mascot 'Hikonyan' celebrates 11th birthday  The Mainichi

HIKONE, Shiga -- Some 500 fans celebrated the 11th birthday of popular Hikone mascot Hikonyan on April 13 at Hikone Castle, Hikonyan's official.

house in hikone by tato architects presents cylindrical façade of windows - Designboom



house in hikone by tato architects presents cylindrical façade of windows  Designboom

'house in hikone' by tato architects is a single family dwelling for a young couple and their children in shiga, japan.

Monkey found with arrow through head, euthanized in western Japan - The Mainichi



Monkey found with arrow through head, euthanized in western Japan  The Mainichi

A wild monkey was found with an arrow through its head on June 1 in the western Japanese city of Hikone, Shiga Prefecture, and was later euthanized. P.

Japanese ex-policeman gets 22 years for fatally shooting boss in Shiga - The Japan Times



Japanese ex-policeman gets 22 years for fatally shooting boss in Shiga  The Japan Times

A 20-year-old former policeman was sentenced Friday to 22 years in prison for shooting his boss to death at a police box in Hikone, Shiga Prefecture, last.

Student awarded Critical Language Scholarship to study in Japan | WMU News - WMU News



Student awarded Critical Language Scholarship to study in Japan | WMU News  WMU News

KALAMAZOO, Mich.—A Western Michigan University student from Paw Paw is in Hikone, Japan, studying Japanese thanks to a U.S. Department of State ...

Exploring Japan's most fascinating samurai castles - CNN



Exploring Japan's most fascinating samurai castles  CNN

Researcher Jennifer Mitchelhill and photographer David Green explore Japan's most fascinating samurai castles in a new book and tell you where to find them.

19-yr-old police officer shoots colleague dead in western Japan - Kyodo News Plus



19-yr-old police officer shoots colleague dead in western Japan  Kyodo News Plus

A 19-year-old police officer in western Japan allegedly shoots a colleague dead at their workplace and is arrested after several hours on the run with a handgun.

Takata's bankruptcy raises concerns about employment at related firms - The Mainichi



Takata's bankruptcy raises concerns about employment at related firms  The Mainichi

OTSU -- Airbag manufacturer Takata Corp.'s bankruptcy filing has raised concerns about employment security at related businesses.

An escape to Shiga - Japan Today



An escape to Shiga  Japan Today

Just 10 minutes from Kyoto's busy streets and crowded temples, there is a place where foot traffic dies away, and time flows more slowly. Welcome to Shiga ...

Alphaville's Hikone Studio Apartments are housed in an angular concrete block - Dezeen



Alphaville's Hikone Studio Apartments are housed in an angular concrete block  Dezeen

Kyoto studio Alphaville has squeezed an angular concrete apartment building onto a small plot in the Japanese city of Hikone.

In Basho's Footsteps: Traveling Through Japan in Cherry Blossom Season - Sequim Gazette



In Basho's Footsteps: Traveling Through Japan in Cherry Blossom Season  Sequim Gazette

Traveler's Journal. When: 7 p.m., Thursday, April 4. Where: Guy Cole Event Center, 202 N. Blake Ave. Cost: Suggested $5 donation (adults); 18 and younger, ...

alphaville constructs concrete hikone studio apartments in japan - Designboom



alphaville constructs concrete hikone studio apartments in japan  Designboom

alphaville constructs concrete hikone studio apartments in japan all images by kei sugino. japanese architecture firm alphaville has designed a concrete ...

Another side of Crown Prince: Gourds, catfish set him apart:The Asahi Shimbun - Asahi Shimbun



Another side of Crown Prince: Gourds, catfish set him apart:The Asahi Shimbun  Asahi Shimbun

In his youth, the brother of Emperor Naruhito was playfully dubbed.

Rookie cop in western Japan shoots police sergeant dead out of anger - The Straits Times



Rookie cop in western Japan shoots police sergeant dead out of anger  The Straits Times

TOKYO - A police sergeant was shot dead on Wednesday (April 11) in Shiga Prefecture in western Japan, with an ongoing manhunt for an armed fellow officer ...

Chinese students put Shiga residents online - The Japan Times



Chinese students put Shiga residents online  The Japan Times

Chinese exchange students at Shiga University have been interviewing local residents and posting the videos and articles in Chinese under a project called.

Don't mess with this toy poodle; he's a trained crime fighter:The Asahi Shimbun - Asahi Shimbun



Don't mess with this toy poodle; he's a trained crime fighter:The Asahi Shimbun  Asahi Shimbun

OTSU--Don't be fooled by Maru's cute looks. The toy poodle is a trained crime fighter and among the.

Tite Kubo Reveals Brand-New Bleach Villain - Comicbook.com



Tite Kubo Reveals Brand-New Bleach Villain  Comicbook.com

Shonen anime series thrive off its villains, and Bleach is no exception. The supernatural series ended it main run last year when Tite Kubo wrapped his manga, ...

The distribution revolution - The Japan Times



The distribution revolution  The Japan Times

Internet shopping provides benefits to both sellers and consumers, and should be regarded as the main player in the third revolution in the distribution of goods.

National Treasures: Japan's Few Surviving Premodern Castles - Nippon.com



National Treasures: Japan's Few Surviving Premodern Castles  Nippon.com

Japan's surviving castles are worth visiting for their beauty and historical significance.

Foreign student numbers don't tell whole tale - The Japan Times



Foreign student numbers don't tell whole tale  The Japan Times

The government's goal of strategically attracting outstanding students from abroad under its plan to accept 300000 foreign students is far from accomplished.

'Bleach' Spin-Off Sequel Reveals 'Brave Souls' Artwork - Comicbook.com



'Bleach' Spin-Off Sequel Reveals 'Brave Souls' Artwork  Comicbook.com

It has been awhile since Bleach has been on the small screen, but that does not mean its Soul Reapers are resting easy. A spin-off sequel to Bleach was ...

1 dead, around 50 injured after powerful typhoon pounds western Japan - Kyodo News Plus



1 dead, around 50 injured after powerful typhoon pounds western Japan  Kyodo News Plus

A powerful typhoon makes landfall in western Japan, injuring at least 16 people, with over 7000 residents evacuating their homes following the weather ...

Japan's ancient castle walls drawing tourists but not enough masons to keep them up - The Japan T...



Japan's ancient castle walls drawing tourists but not enough masons to keep them up  The Japan Times

Castle walls have recently become popular with tourists, especially rekijo (female history buffs) who like to view them even when the castle itself is no l.

Heisei in Perspective: Yurukyara Local Mascots at Crossroads after Booming - Nippon.com



Heisei in Perspective: Yurukyara Local Mascots at Crossroads after Booming  Nippon.com

Tokyo, March 2 (Jiji Press)--Yurukyara local mascots in Japan attracted great attention during the country's…

Donations lead to 2 Hikone Community Center playgrounds in Ann Arbor - The Ann Arbor News - MLive...



Donations lead to 2 Hikone Community Center playgrounds in Ann Arbor  The Ann Arbor News - MLive.com

Alan Warren | The Ann Arbor NewsVolunteers and residents work together to move a piece of playground equipment into place as part of the Baldwin and ...

The global decline of Japanese universities - The Japan Times



The global decline of Japanese universities  The Japan Times

Dark clouds hang over the future of Japanese universities due to the government's failure to recognize the importance of education and research.

Drastic employment changes are coming - The Japan Times



Drastic employment changes are coming  The Japan Times

The crucial question is whether technological renovation can create enough new employment opportunities to make up for jobs lost to technology.

Food Gatherers launches its 2019 Summer Food Service Program - WDIV ClickOnDetroit



Food Gatherers launches its 2019 Summer Food Service Program  WDIV ClickOnDetroit

ANN ARBOR - Food Gatherers has kicked off its 2019 Summer Food *Service* Program serving 32 sites across Washtenaw County through Aug. 23.

Where kids can find free summer lunches in Washtenaw County - MLive.com



Where kids can find free summer lunches in Washtenaw County  MLive.com

The Summer Food *Service* Program will serve more than 30000 free meals to kids from June 17 to Aug. 23.

Teenage officer arrested after colleague found shot to death in Shiga police box - The Japan Times



Teenage officer arrested after colleague found shot to death in Shiga police box  The Japan Times

A 19-year-old police officer was arrested early Thursday on suspicion of shooting a senior colleague to death at a police box in Shiga Prefecture, investig.

Retrial granted for former nurse who served 12 years for murder:The Asahi Shimbun - Asahi Shimbun



Retrial granted for former nurse who served 12 years for murder:The Asahi Shimbun  Asahi Shimbun

The Supreme Court granted a retrial to a former assistant nurse who served 12 years in prison after.

Japan's Civic Mascots Are Here to Stay - CityLab



Japan's Civic Mascots Are Here to Stay  CityLab

Like local sports teams or favorite regional dishes, these weird, lovable characters are now an indelible part of the identities of a generation who cannot imagine ...

Bleach: Can't Fear Your Own World Novel Characters to Appear in Bleach: Brave Souls Smartphone Ga...



Bleach: Can't Fear Your Own World Novel Characters to Appear in Bleach: Brave Souls Smartphone Game  Anime News Network

Ayumu Murase, Kenjiro Tsuda to voice new characters in game.

Help Us Identify the World's Greatest Local Mascots - Atlas Obscura



Help Us Identify the World's Greatest Local Mascots  Atlas Obscura

In Japan, costumed mascots are serious business. Big corporations have them, but so do small towns, local tourism boards, individual political parties, and mass ...

Winds of change sweep auto industry - The Japan Times



Winds of change sweep auto industry  The Japan Times

Earlier this month, Toyota Motor Corp. announced the launch of a new *service* to lease its luxury Lexus cars at a set rate. According to the Feb. 6 edition of the ...

Sports agency's recommendation of downtime for student athletes draws mixed response - The Japan ...



Sports agency's recommendation of downtime for student athletes draws mixed response  The Japan Times

The Japan Sports Agency has introduced a policy of granting at least two days of rest per week for sports teams at public and private junior high schools,

Japanese Castles - Nippon.com



Japanese Castles  Nippon.com

Many castles were built in Japan during the Warring States period (1467–1568), when regional leaders vied for power. Although a large number were destroyed ...

UNESCO World Heritage sites in Japan - The Japan Times



UNESCO World Heritage sites in Japan  The Japan Times

Japan had its first World Heritage sites registered in 1993 when UNESCO registered Buddhist monuments in the Horyuji Temple area, Himeji Castle, ...

How flags found in attics and junk shops are finally helping put Japanese war dead to rest - The ...



How flags found in attics and junk shops are finally helping put Japanese war dead to rest  The Telegraph

As he accepts the fragile Rising Sun flag that was picked up by an unknown British soldier on a battlefield in Burma in 1944, the 75-year old shop owner, Shojiro ...

The Origin Story Behind The Japanese Waving Cat, Plus Other Interesting Facts - TravelersToday



The Origin Story Behind The Japanese Waving Cat, Plus Other Interesting Facts  TravelersToday

fKnown by many names such as the lucky cat, the waving cat, or the beckoning cat, the Maneki Neko can be seen across the world. While many people attribute ...

New Flyover and indoor maps locations now available in Apple Maps - 9to5Mac



New Flyover and indoor maps locations now available in Apple Maps  9to5Mac

Apple has today added new locations for its Flyover and indooor maps feature. Flyover shows a 3D representation of the specific area, while indoor maps allows ...

Students Awarded Study Abroad Scholarships - Michigan Tech News



Students Awarded Study Abroad Scholarships  Michigan Tech News

Michigan Technological University undergraduates Matt Luther and Trenton Woodcox win Japan Business Society of Detroit (JBSD) Scholarships for their ...

Ministry survey on average life expectancies ranks Shiga top for men and Nagano best for women - ...



Ministry survey on average life expectancies ranks Shiga top for men and Nagano best for women  The Japan Times

The average life expectancy in 2015 for Japanese men was highest in Shiga Prefecture, at 81.78 years, a health ministry survey showed Wednesday.

Inside the Incredibly Bizarre World of Japanese Mascots - VICE



Inside the Incredibly Bizarre World of Japanese Mascots  VICE

From sentient douches to hepatitis elephants, Japan has a mascot for every occasion.

10 historic castles of Japan - HeritageDaily



10 historic castles of Japan  HeritageDaily

Japanese castles were fortresses constructed primarily of wood and stone. They evolved from the wooden stockades of earlier centuries and came into their ...

JCMU opens new scholarship opportunity - MSUToday



JCMU opens new scholarship opportunity  MSUToday

The Japan Center for Michigan Universities has opened the first award cycle for the Melville Memorial Scholarship. Established through the efforts of JCMU ...

Appalachian junior awarded Critical Language Scholarship - Appalachian State University



Appalachian junior awarded Critical Language Scholarship  Appalachian State University

Appalachian State University junior Logan Cleary is the recipient of a Critical Language Scholarship and will study abroad in Hikone, Japan this summer.

Canada 150: Interned during war, Masajiro Miyazaki later became first Japanese-Canadian politicia...



Canada 150: Interned during war, Masajiro Miyazaki later became first Japanese-Canadian politician  Vancouver Sun

To mark Canada's 150th birthday, we are counting down to Canada Day with profiles of 150 noteworthy British Columbians. Today: Masajiro Miyazaki.

Why Japan's universities continue to fall in global rankings - The Japan Times



Why Japan's universities continue to fall in global rankings  The Japan Times

The World University Rankings 2018, published by Times Higher Education (THE) in September, shows a continued decline of Japanese universities — with ...

Antiques seashells recall golden Japanese tale | #AsiaNewsNetwork - Eleven Myanmar



Antiques seashells recall golden Japanese tale | #AsiaNewsNetwork  Eleven Myanmar

(Yomiuri Shimbun/ANN) — Antique gold-leafed seashells adorned with intricate paintings are seen at Japanese confectioner Taneya Co.'s store in Hikone, ...

David Janes: Creating Community Through East/West Relationships - The Hudson Independent



David Janes: Creating Community Through East/West Relationships  The Hudson Independent

by Linda Viertel –. David Janes In 1999, when David Janes was recruited by the non-profit, International Partnership for *Service* Learning in New York City, ...

Travel - The Japanese castle that defied history - BBC News



Travel - The Japanese castle that defied history  BBC News

Kumamoto has seen its fair share of drama over the centuries – but perhaps most famously, it was the site of the final battle between 20000 samurai and the ...

What jobs will be lost to AI and robotics? - The Japan Times



What jobs will be lost to AI and robotics?  The Japan Times

If no measures are taken, AI and robots are certain to push humankind to the rock bottom of misery.

On the trail of the Samurai along the Nakasendo Way - Calgary Herald



On the trail of the Samurai along the Nakasendo Way  Calgary Herald

Pocky sticks and potato chips.Everyone knows the latter, but what the heck is a Pocky Stick?The milk chocolate-dipped Japanese biscuits-on-a-stick are the ...

Fans go nuts for Shiga banana carver - The Japan Times



Fans go nuts for Shiga banana carver  The Japan Times

An electrician by day and banana artist by night, Keisuke Yamada has attained renown at home and abroad for his banana sculptures. Working with a spoon ...

Bridgestone Shifting Tire Production in Japan - Suppliers - Modern Tire Dealer



Bridgestone Shifting Tire Production in Japan - Suppliers  Modern Tire Dealer

Bridgestone Corp. is expanding its research and development center in Kodaira City, Tokyo, and as a result moving and consolidating its passenger and light ...

alphaville completes catholic church in suzuka with jagged roofline - Designboom



alphaville completes catholic church in suzuka with jagged roofline  Designboom

alphaville has designed a church in japan for the growing catholic population who come to the region to work at honda's nearby car factory.

Hikone housing community welcomes new fitness trail - AnnArbor.com



Hikone housing community welcomes new fitness trail  AnnArbor.com

Residents of the Hikone community in southeast Ann Arbor have a new healthy addition to their neighborhood. This morning was the grand opening of a new, ...

Japan's Castles Stir Memories of Feudal Past (Photos) - Nippon.com



Japan's Castles Stir Memories of Feudal Past (Photos)  Nippon.com

Japan's castles, mainly built by powerful regional leaders in the late sixteenth and early seventeenth century, are among the country's top tourist attractions.

Farmers reaping benefits with apps - The Japan Times



Farmers reaping benefits with apps  The Japan Times

Smartphone apps that help farmers monitor crops and control costs are becoming popular as the rapid graying of the population continues to thin the ranks o.

Cat mascot amuses all day, every day - Marlborough Express



Cat mascot amuses all day, every day  Marlborough Express

His name is Hikonyan. He's about 165cm tall [5 foot 6 inches] and was born on April 16, 2006, according to the Shiga prefecture guide. He's released a single ...

Bridgestone turns to AI for production reforms - Nikkei Asian Review



Bridgestone turns to AI for production reforms  Nikkei Asian Review

TOKYO -- Bridgestone, the world's largest tire company, is launching reforms aimed at updating the entire company, from production technology through to ...

Krosa fizzles as it heads for Hokkaido after leaving three dead, 50 injured in west Japan - The J...



Krosa fizzles as it heads for Hokkaido after leaving three dead, 50 injured in west Japan  The Japan Times

Heavy rainfall and strong winds continued to buffet Japan on Friday as a tropical storm moved into the Sea of Japan after ripping through the western half.

The elderly are dominating Japan's fitness clubs - The Japan Times



The elderly are dominating Japan's fitness clubs  The Japan Times

Going to a fitness club for physical exercises is my favorite pastime. I go to a gym in Kyoto about three times a week and spend around two hours there each time ...

Cherry blossom around the world – in pictures | Environment - The Guardian



Cherry blossom around the world – in pictures | Environment  The Guardian

From Harrogate to Tokyo cherry blossom is in full bloom at the peak of spring.

Man chokes to death during speed-eating contest in Japan - TRT World



Man chokes to death during speed-eating contest in Japan  TRT World

Contestants competed to see how fast they could eat five "onigiri" balls.

All about access: Small group tours are the next big thing in luxury travel - Channel NewsAsia



All about access: Small group tours are the next big thing in luxury travel  Channel NewsAsia

Personalised experiences and the rare opportunity to explore lesser-known destinations are making this format of travel ping the radars of discerning travellers.

Humanities under attack - The Japan Times



Humanities under attack  The Japan Times

Moves in the halls of power to downgrade, if not outright strip, the humanities and social sciences nation's universities are both outrageous and wrongheaded.

alphaville slots kyoto town house into a narrow residential plot in japan - Designboom



alphaville slots kyoto town house into a narrow residential plot in japan  Designboom

japanese architecture practice alphaville has completed a narrow suburban dwelling, the second iteration of its 'kyoto town house' series.

'Bleach' Spin-Off Will Reveal Shinji's Bankai Soon - Comicbook.com



'Bleach' Spin-Off Will Reveal Shinji's Bankai Soon  Comicbook.com

Bleach may have wrapped some years ago, but the franchise hasn't been put to rest just yet. Tite Kubo is still assisting with a Bleach spin-off manga, and it looks ...

The future shape of Japan's energy policy - The Japan Times



The future shape of Japan's energy policy  The Japan Times

Japan's energy policy now stands at the most crucial crossroads since the end of World War II. The government's fifth Basic Energy Plan declares that Japan will ...

Boosting Japanese innovation - The Japan Times



Boosting Japanese innovation  The Japan Times

To revive Japan's international competitiveness, the educational system must teach students how to think, make judgements and express themselves.

Travelers rank Japan's 20 best castles - Japan Today



Travelers rank Japan's 20 best castles  Japan Today

An often used device in explaining how crowded major Japanese cities are is to point out that the country has roughly half the population of the U.S. crammed ...

Giant pink sea cucumber to ‘defend’ Japan’s territorial waters (PHOTOS) - RT



Giant pink sea cucumber to ‘defend’ Japan’s territorial waters (PHOTOS)  RT

Japan's Maritime Self-Defense Force has appointed a new mascot to represent it and strike fear into the hearts of those who dare to enter Japanese territorial ...

The decoupling of economic growth and convenience - The Japan Times



The decoupling of economic growth and convenience  The Japan Times

The rate of economic growth indicates how much (in percentage terms) the nation's gross domestic product increased from the previous year. While Japan has ...

Sixty-year-old Japanese lady organises largest gathering of people dressed as ninjas - Guinness W...



Sixty-year-old Japanese lady organises largest gathering of people dressed as ninjas  Guinness World Records

It was third time lucky for sixty-year-old Kuniko Teramura (Japan), who has successfully earned a Guinness World Records title for the Largest gathering of ...

What electric vehicles portend for the future - The Japan Times



What electric vehicles portend for the future  The Japan Times

The widespread use of electric vehicles would be good for the environment, but could be bad news for millions of workers in the automotive industry.

Why AI won't replace doctors yet - The Japan Times



Why AI won't replace doctors yet  The Japan Times

IBM's Watson supercomputer lacks one key element that experienced physicians have in abundance — tacit knowledge.

Visiting the Real-Life School from K-On!! - Stripes Japan



Visiting the Real-Life School from K-On!!  Stripes Japan

The school was built in 1937 with donations from a local merchant and Toyosato graduate, Tetsujiro Furukawa. He sank 600000 yen, two-thirds of his personal ...

The art of shakkei or 'borrowed scenery' - Mother Nature Network



The art of shakkei or 'borrowed scenery'  Mother Nature Network

The ancient Japanese technique of shakkei uses the surrounded scenery to enhance the beauty of your garden.

New entrance exam isn't the right answer - The Japan Times



New entrance exam isn't the right answer  The Japan Times

The government is putting the cart before the horse by testing students' ability to think critically without first changing how they are taught.

Japan: guided walks travel the paths of the shoguns - The Australian



Japan: guided walks travel the paths of the shoguns  The Australian

It seems impossible that last night we were stumbling through the neon frenzy of Tokyos Kabuki-cho. Now we are in Ena, a tiny town a few hours from the capital ...

Japan's universities struggling under corporate status - The Japan Times



Japan's universities struggling under corporate status  The Japan Times

Instead of making education and research more efficient, the conversion of national universities into university corporations has increased inefficiency.

42 new affordable apartments on Ann Arbor's west side get initial OK - The Ann Arbor News



42 new affordable apartments on Ann Arbor's west side get initial OK  The Ann Arbor News

The Ann Arbor Housing Commission's plan for a major redevelopment of the North Maple Estates public housing site took a step forward Tuesday night.

2017 · Connecticut College News - Connecticut College



2017 · Connecticut College News  Connecticut College

Anne-Marie Feeney '19 Two Connecticut College students have each been awarded a Critical Language Scholarship through the U.S. Department of State to ...

Why Eating Meat Was Banned in Japan for Centuries - Atlas Obscura



Why Eating Meat Was Banned in Japan for Centuries  Atlas Obscura

On February 18, 1872, a group of Japanese Buddhist monks broke into the Imperial Palace to seek an audience with the emperor. In the ensuing fight with the ...

Where Koike's new political party lost hope - The Japan Times



Where Koike's new political party lost hope  The Japan Times

Japan needs a two-party system, sooner rather than later.

Koike versus Abe in the populist politics stakes - The Japan Times



Koike versus Abe in the populist politics stakes  The Japan Times

Even if Tokyo Gov. Yuriko Koike creates a new political party, it's inconceivable that it will become a major player in national politics.

Netflix docu-series 'Dogs' lovingly serves up the human bond - WBIR.com



Netflix docu-series 'Dogs' lovingly serves up the human bond  WBIR.com

The series is set around the globe, from suburban Cincinnati, Ohio, and the Lower East of Manhattan to Italy's Lake Como region and the streets of Damascus in ...

Economic tools lose their edge - The Japan Times



Economic tools lose their edge  The Japan Times

The maturing of the market economy has eliminated the ability to control the economy by way of fiscal and monetary policies.