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Dulaang UP’s “Fuente Ovejuna” on its closing week

November 22, 2019

Dulaan Unibersidad ng Pilipinas’ “Fuente Ovujena” will have its remaining performances until the theater curtains close for the show on December 1. The historical play was written by renowned Spanish dramatist Lope De Vega. It was also the last show

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Food from Fukushima is Safe

November 20, 2019

In this picture taken on October 1, 2019, Japanese pear farmer Tomio Kusano shows how he removed the tree skins after the 2011 tsunami and nuclear disaster, at his farm in Iwaki, Fukushima prefecture. For years, Japan’s government has sought

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Nintendo’s first Brick-and-Mortar store

November 19, 2019

Goods of Nintendo game character Mario are displayed at a new Nintendo store during a press preview in Tokyo on November 19, 2019. – Nintendo opens the doors this week at its first brick-and-mortar store in Tokyo, offering everything from

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Japan Recorded a 0.2 Percent Growth

November 14, 2019

Pedestrians cross a street at Shinjuku business district in Tokyo, Japan, 14 November 2019. According to data released by the Japanese government, the country recorded a 0.2 percent growth in the July-September period, marking the fourth straight quarterly expansion. However,

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A Set of Nearly 40 Temporary Halls Built for the Daijosai Ceremony

November 14, 2019

Emperor Performs “Daijosai” Grand Thanksgiving Ceremony A photo shows “Daijokyu,” a set of nearly 40 temporary buildings where the “Yukiden-Kyosen-no-Gi” rite is being held, in the East Gardens of the Imperial Palace in Tokyo, Japan, Thursday, Nov. 14, 2019. “Daijokyu-no-Gi,”

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DOT says tourist arrivals surpass six million

November 11, 2019

The Department of Tourism (DOT) said Monday the number of tourists who visited the country this year surpassed the six million mark. In a statement, DOT said the Philippines received a total of 6,161,503 visitors from January to September, indicating

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Japanese Finish 1st, 2nd in Belgian Saxophone Contest

November 10, 2019

Dinant, Belgium- Japanese saxophonists finished first and second in the seventh Adolphe Sax International Competition, held in Belgium through Saturday. Kenta Saito, 27, from Tokyo won the first prize, held in Dinant, southern Belgium, the birthplace of Adolphe Sax, the

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Japan’s Takagi wins Geneva Composition prize

November 9, 2019

Berlin–Hinako Takagi, a 30-year-old assistant at Osaka College of Music, won the top composition prize at the 2019 Geneva International Music Competition on Friday, along with a Colombian contestant. Takagi, who is from Amagasaki in the western Japan prefecture of

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