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Checking in to the new Andaz Tokyo.
December 4, 2014
Danielle Demetriou checks into the new Ritz-Carlton Okinawa, Japan
March 27, 2014
China and Japan are clearly important business partners, with trade between the two thriving. But underlying tensions have not gone away.
January 14, 2014
When China's one-child policy reforms were announced, shares in Japan’s baby-related industries immediately surged on expectations that demand would spike.
Japan has long been a stalwart supporter of trade ties with the UAE. Now, as its economy gains strength, the Asian powerhouse is looking to strengthen those ties at the Gitex Technology Week in Dubai.
October 19, 2013
Tokyo hopes to light off a similar economic boom with the 2020 Games as it did after the summer of 1964.
September 22, 2013
The nuclear power station, severely damaged in the 2011 earthquake and tsunami, is the most epic challenge facing the country in recent decades.
The 15th Japan International Seafood & Technology Expo kicks off in Tokyo tomorrow and, until relatively recently, the event would be a beacon of pride for the country.
August 20, 2013
Fuji Rock, the biggest music festival in Japan, opens on Friday in the idyllic confines of the postcard-perfect green mountains, forests and valleys of Naeba in Niigata prefecture.
July 21, 2013
Wind, sun, tidal, thermal - one legacy of the Fukushima nuclear disaster is a surge in interest in Japan in all things renewable within the energy industry.
July 1, 2013
More than two years since the tsunami that resulted in the world's worst nuclear crisis in decades cam ashore, the stricken Fukushima plant is still a major problem.
More than two years after an earthquake and tsunami devastated the Fukushima nuclear facility, renewables are set to take centre stage.
May 26, 2013
The country's elevation as chairman of the G77 is raising hopes that it can move forward after the sanctions imposed in reaction to the 2006 coup.
April 21, 2013
The remote islands that scatter the South Pacific region may well find themselves cast into the international spotlight as Fiji assumes its G77 and China leadership.
Two years after the disaster killed 19,000 people, a group of 800 are suing the government and Tokyo Electric Power Company to 'get their lives back'. Danielle Demetriou reports from Tokyo
March 10, 2013
Ghadan 21: Abu Dhabi puts Dh15bn of tenders on offer to local companies
Bernie Sanders suspends presidential campaign
Iraqi cleric tells followers to kneel and cry to curb pandemic
Palestinian poet, 94, among Sheikh Zayed Book Award winners
Tributes paid to Dubai radio personality who died after contracting Covid-19