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More than meat and potatoes

People are spoiled for food and drink options in Japan. From heathy local meals to the best goods from overseas, we are never lacking for excellent choices.

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Always adapting

The Covid-19 pandemic has forced major changes on the recruitment market. When it subsides, will some changes, such as a greater number of people working remotely, remain?

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Rise of the robots

The increased use of robotics has been a revolution in warehouses and workplaces across Japan. It is something that has helped firms in the country to deal with some of the challenges posed by the pandemic.

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Changes for the better

The world of interior design was turned upside down by the Covid-19 pandemic. Rapid changes had to be made to keep people safe in public spaces while remote working spaces had to become more liveable — and the industry came through.

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Innovation nations

This year, Germany and Japan mark 160 years of diplomatic ties, and there are many aspects of the relationship — from the economic to the cultural — to be celebrated. One that deserves particular focus is innovation.

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Unobjectionable improvements

The legal profession is considered to be at very low risk of being replaced by automation and artificial intelligence (AI), but that certainly does not mean that it isn’t benefitting from the advances being made in technology today.

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A goal we must achieve

Addressing the climate crisis is the greatest challenge of the 21st century, and Japan and the EU have both set themselves the ambitious goal of becoming carbon neutral by 2050.

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An automotive EVolution

Last December, Governor of Tokyo Yuriko Koike set a goal for all new cars sold in Tokyo to be either hybrid or electric vehicles (EV) by 2030, and for all new motorcycles to be gasoline-free by 2035.

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Strong foundations

The impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on the real estate sector has been significant and will be lasting. With an emergence from the crisis predicted for later this year, what will 2021 — and beyond — look like for real estate businesses?

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Getting involved

Students in higher education are often eager to share their views, learn from other students’ real-life experiences, and get hands-on or real-world experience that will help them succeed in the workplace.

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The best start

Whether they’re starting out at pre-school or moving into a new school, your child deserves to get the best possible start to their education.

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Smarter money choices

The effects of the pandemic have presented unique challenges and opportunities to financial advisers and the wealth management industry.

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Building a better tomorrow

As the effects of climate change continue to batter our world, and the Covid-19 pandemic has devastated lives and the economy, many businesses in Japan and the EU are considering how they can build back better.

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’Tis the season

It has finally arrived! Winter is the only time of year snow sports enthusiasts can shred a mountain on their skis or snowboards, and it’s also a wonderful chance to celebrate the holidays with someone special.

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Safer connections

The dramatic increase in people working remotely due to the Covid-19 pandemic has led to an increased risk of individuals, businesses, and public institutions falling prey to cybercriminals.

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Enticing staycations

More than six months into the Covid-19 crisis, many have settled into the patterns of remote working, social distancing, and choosing to stay home, so it’s no wonder that many of us are beginning to feel the desire to get away

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Maintaining school spirit

As we head into autumn, the leaves are changing colours and the nights are growing longer — as usual.

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A wonderful time

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