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Japanese Prime Minister Leads Delegation of 100 to Israel

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is scheduled to arrive in Israel on Sunday with a delegation of more than 100 government officials and heads...

How Does One Say ‘Israeli Anime’ in Japanese?

For those readers familiar with Miyazaki, Israel’s newest and most novel effort at tourism outreach in Japan will amuse.

Japan Nuclear Plant Approved to Restart

Japan approves the restart of a nuclear power station for the first time since the Fukushima meltdown.

Big in Israel

Israelis of all ages watched in fascination as the Hawaiian-born Japanese-Samoan former sumo star, Konishiki Yasokichi shared his moves during a special workshop for children in Jerusalem.

Japanese Minister of Economy Signs First Ever Industrial Agreement with Israel

Over the past year, the Japanese business sector’s interest in Israel and in cooperation with Israeli businesses has grown, in particular in the homeland security sector, including cyber-security,.

Teva’s Parkinson Drug Now Marketed in Japan

Japan’s largest pharmaceutical company, Takeda, recently signed an agreement with Teva Pharmaceutical Industries to commercialize the Israeli company’s innovative treatment for Parkinson’s disease, rasagiline, in Japan.

Netanyahu Warns Japan to Take Iran Seriously

Prime Minister Netanyahu concluded his visit to Japan with a call on Japan to address Iran’s nuclear program with the same seriousness it treat’s...

Big in Japan

Prime Minister Bibi Netanyahu will be traveling to Japan on Saturday evening for a four day meeting to discuss increasing economic and diplomatic cooperation.

Tokyo Police Arrest Man in Connection With Anne Frank Vandalism

Tokyo Metropolitan Police reportedly have arrested a man in connection with the vandalism of hundreds of copies of “The Diary of Anne Frank” in...

Israel Donates 300 Copies of Anne Frank’s Diary to Tokyo Libraries

Israel’s embassy in Japan is donating 300 copies of Anne Frank’s “Diary of a Young Girl” to Tokyo libraries following a vandalism spree. More than...

We’re Turning Japanese Now

Japan the country and the society are still peering into the abyss.

Obama on Syria: Low-Quality ‘Jaw-Jaw’

I’m skeptical that we have any intention of taking action against Syria – even punitive action, with no view to an outcome or end-state.

The Land without Muslims

The Japanese do not feel the need to apologize to Muslims for the negative way in which they relate to Islam.

G8 Issue Message of Hope to Palestinian Deadbeats and Firebombers

We interrupt this press release to examine the information therein…

Will the UN Peacekeeping Force on the Israel-Syrian Border be Removed?

France says that the UN Disengagement Observer Force may removed due to the fear of Syrian chemical weapons.

Israeli 8th Graders’ Math Scores Ahead of All Western Democracies

Singapore, Korea, and Hong Kong SAR, followed by Chinese Taipei and Japan, were the top-performing countries.

Hiroshima on My Mind

These “civilians” are not “innocent.”

Israeli Companies Just Can’t Make It in the Japanese Market

Israel and Japan are celebrating sixty years of diplomatic relations, and so, a week ago, the Israel-Japan Chamber of Commerce marked the occasion with a festive event. But the current commercial ties between the two countries gives less cause for celebration. Israeli businesses find it difficult to understand the Japanese market and Japanese companies are not in a hurry to reach Israel.

J.E. Dyer: Tumultus Post-Americanus

The Tumultus Post-Americanus is now well underway. There is no initiative on our collective part – we have done nothing but react in the last three years – and possibly even less appreciation of how the world is changing. The forms of international discourse – the processes of the UN, the G-8 and G-20, the IMF – are being adhered to now because they are a convenience, not because they produce anything useful.

J.E. Dyer: Russia, Iran Standing Off from Obama Showcase Events

The holiday from history is over, although we may be the last ones to see it. Neither Russia nor Iran – nor China, North Korea, or Syria, for that matter – is very interested in signing anything with the West right now. Good deals based on the old assumptions aren’t as tempting when better ones seem to lie just over the horizon.

Israel and Japan Celebrate 60 Years of Diplomatic Relations

Israel and Japan celebrated 60 years of diplomatic relations on Tuesday, kicking off a series of special events commemorating the occasion. On May 21, the Israeli embassy in Tokyo will stage a special gala concert marking the occasion, joining the Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra with leading Israeli musicians.

Japan FM: Japan Ready to Cut Iran Oil Imports

Comments come during US Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner's visit to Japan.

The Sirota Family and the 20th Century at the Japan Society

I am blessed to live in a tradition filled with many incredible people, but it is rare I actually have the chance to meet a hero.

Fried Banana Chips

It was a chilly Shabbos morning in 1984 when my friend, a pearl importer, and I were walking up the long steep road to the hilltop synagogue in Kobe, Japan. When we finally reached the flat street on top of the hill, I was out of breath. There was a feeling of joy and accomplishment when the shul came into view. Only 50 more feet to go!

Hanging In the Balance: Nightmare in Japan

The loneliness is overwhelming. Yoel G., Yaakov Yosef G., and Yossi B. have spent ten months in solitary confinement, sitting on a hard concrete floor, their mobility severely restricted.

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