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Canon to Close Tokyo Headquarters due to Coronavirus Spread

April 7, 2020

Tokyo- Canon Inc. said it will close its Tokyo headquarters and four offices in Kawasaki, Kanagawa Prefecture, Tuesday through April 17 due to the spread of the novel coronavirus in the metropolitan area. The headquarters has some 6,000 employees, while

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Tokyo Hotel to House Virus Patients Opened to Press

April 7, 2020

Tokyo- The Tokyo metropolitan government showed the press on Tuesday the rooms of a budget hotel that is expected to house some 100 patients infected with the novel coronavirus. The Toyoko Inn Tokyo-eki Shin-ohashi Mae building in Chuo Ward will

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EXCLUSIVE: Schoolyards to Be Open for Children to Ease Stress

April 7, 2020

Tokyo- The Japanese government will allow school playgrounds to be open during the emergency school shutdown amid the coronavirus epidemic, so children can ease stress built up from having to stay at home, Jiji Press learned Tuesday. The decision will

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Abe Voices Intent to Declare Virus Emergency on Tues.

April 6, 2020

Tokyo- Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe expressed his intention on Monday to declare a state of emergency on Tuesday in a bid to contain the new coronavirus outbreak in Japan, informed sources said. Abe unveiled the plan at an executive

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Emperor to Donate 100 M. Yen to Aid Children, Volunteers

April 6, 2020

Tokyo- Japan’s Emperor Naruhito will donate a total of 100 million yen to a foundation tackling child poverty and a nonprofit organization supporting volunteers, to mark his accession to the throne, the Imperial Household Agency said Monday. The Emperor will

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Japan National Tree-Planting Event Put Off by Year

April 6, 2020

Tokyo- An annual national tree-planting festival in May, scheduled to be attended by Japanese Emperor Naruhito and Empress Masako, has been postponed by a year due to the coronavirus outbreak, it was announced Monday. The postponement of the 71st festival,

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Online Diagnoses at 1st Contact to Be OK’d as One-Off Step

April 6, 2020

Tokyo- Japan will liberalize online diagnoses at the time of the initial contact with patients as a temporary measure to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus inside hospitals, it was learned Monday. The deregulatory measure, expected to be approved

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Japan to Launch Economic Package Worth 108 T. Yen: Abe

April 6, 2020

Tokyo- The Japanese government will launch an economic stimulus package with a project scale of 108 trillion yen to deal with the impact of the new coronavirus pandemic, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said Monday. Abe also said the government will

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