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English Winery To Employ Team In Japan

  • Category:Tourism
THE DRINK BUSINESS
 
The move has been spearheaded by Black Chalk backer and director Kenya Matsumoto, who owns Mayfair Japanese restaurants Cubé and Roketsu.
Matsumoto’s agency, Frontive Holding, will be responsible for the distribution of Black Chalk’s wine in Japan. It also intends to target o...

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Boeing And MHI To Upgrade Japan’s F-15J Fleet

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JAPAN TODAY
 
TOKYO - Boeing and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) have signed an agreement to support upgrades to Japan’s F-15J fleet.
The contract is part of a larger $4.5 billion modernization program, announced by the U.S. Government in October 2019.
The upgrades will introduce state-of-the-a...

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S'pore & Japan To Start Talks On Resuming Essential Business Travel

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MOTHERSHIP
 
Singapore and Japan will proceed with discussions on the resumption of essential travel, Singapore's Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) said in a press release issued on Thursday night, July 23.
 Singapore among 12 countries and regions to discuss travel resumption with Japan
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Japan's Travel Ban Has Hit 85% Of European Businesses There

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BUSINESS WORLD
 
Japan's Ministry of Foreign Affairs declined to comment on the EBC's claims. Immigration officials have said previously that they are considering ways to ease the ban but are prioritizing contagion controls.
Japan's travel ban to stop the spread of the coronavirus has hit a major...

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JTB Issuing Travel Coupons To Encourage Domestic Travel In Japan

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THE JAPAN TIMES
 
Managing Executive Officer Eijiro Yamakita, who will become the new chief executive officer for JTB Corp. on June 30, sat down with the Yomiuri Shimbun on Friday and revealed that the company will issue about 20,000 coupons to encourage domestic travel.
Distribution of the trave...

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Stormy Year Ahead For Japan's Tourism Industry

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JAPAN TODAY
 
TOKYO - Now that the Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics are postponed until next year, concerns are growing about whether small and midsize businesses in the tourism and service industries can weather the coronavirus shockwave until the events are held next year, economists and analysts...

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Japan Prefecture To Stop Hiring Female 'Tea Squad' For Meetings

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THE GUARDIAN
 
Saitama assembly hopes move will reflect changing attitudes towards women in workplaces
A local government assembly is attempting to shake up Japan’s conservative workplace culture by ending the custom of employing women to serve tea at meetings.
Few official gatherings in Japan ha...

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Chinese Visitors Spend ¥1.8 Trillion in Japan in 2019

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NIPPON.COM
 
Preliminary figures show that 9.6 million Chinese people visited Japan in 2019, a new record high, equating to one-third of total visitors that year. The number has increased tenfold since 2007, when Japan had 940,000 Chinese visitors, with a significant rise from 2014 onward.
 
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Japan Tourism Company Faces 20,000 Cancellations From Coronavirus Outbreak

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JAPAN TODAY
 
Tokyo (CNN) — The phone lines at Kamome, a Tokyo-based travel agency that specializes in tours for Chinese travelers, haven't stopped buzzing for the last three days.
On Sunday, China announced a ban on outbound group travel as part of its battle to stop the spread of the Wuhan coro...

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Japan Business Mood Sours To Six-Year Low As Trade War Bites

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THE GUARDIAN
 
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japanese big manufacturers' business confidence worsened to a six-year low in the July-September quarter, a central bank survey showed, a sign the bitter U.S.-China trade war is taking a heavier toll on the export-reliant economy.
Sentiment of non-manufacturers al...

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