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The 2020 Olympics in Tokyo Will Use Facial Recognition on Every Athlete
Devastating Flooding Kills 179 People in Japan
Democracy Might Just Drag on, Hobbled and Degraded, for Years and Years to Come
The Last Known Person Born in the 19th Century Dies in Japan at 117
Why Did the Stories of the Korean Japanese Elude Novelists Until This Year?
In a Single Week, We’re Witnessing the Leaders of Japan and China Grow Vastly More Powerful
Kate Middleton and Japan’s Princess Mako Showcase Different Gendered Models of Royal Succession
Studio Ghibli Announces My Neighbor Totoro–Themed Park in Japan