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時事通信社

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JIJI English News-時事通信英語ニュース-

JIJI English News-時事通信英語ニュース-

時事通信社

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150
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時事通信社が配信する速報性・信頼性が高いニュースを英語でお伝えします。リスニング力を伸ばす教材としてもお使い頂けます。

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350 M. Yen to Be Donated to Japan Art Groups

The Inamori Foundation, based in Kyoto Prefecture, western Japan, said Monday it will donate a total of 350 million yen to 74 art groups in Japan that have been hit hard by fallout from the new coronavirus pandemic.

-1 s4 h ago
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350 M. Yen to Be Donated to Japan Art Groups

Japan Eyes Easing Ban on Entry from Australia, 3 Others

The Japanese government plans to start negotiations on easing the ban on entry from and travel to Thailand, Vietnam, Australia and New Zealand, multiple government sources said Monday.

-1 s5 h ago
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Japan Eyes Easing Ban on Entry from Australia, 3 Others

No Immediate Shift to Sept. School Enrollment: Abe

Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said Monday that his government will not immediately adopt a proposed shift of the annual enrollment of students in Japan from the current April to September.

-1 s5 h ago
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No Immediate Shift to Sept. School Enrollment: Abe

Japanese Manga Artist George Akiyama Dies at 77

Japanese manga artist George Akiyama, known as the author of the "Haguregumo" manga series, died on May 12, major publisher Shogakukan Inc. announced Monday. He was 77.

-1 s7 h ago
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Japanese Manga Artist George Akiyama Dies at 77

New Grad Recruiting Fully Starts in Japan amid Virus Scare

Major firms in Japan on Monday fully started interviews, written tests and other activities to hire students graduating in spring 2021, with companies and students both struggling to adjust to unprecedented online recruiting methods introduced to cope with the new coronavirus pandemic.

16 s7 h ago
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New Grad Recruiting Fully Starts in Japan amid Virus Scare
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Latest Episodes

350 M. Yen to Be Donated to Japan Art Groups

The Inamori Foundation, based in Kyoto Prefecture, western Japan, said Monday it will donate a total of 350 million yen to 74 art groups in Japan that have been hit hard by fallout from the new coronavirus pandemic.

-1 s4 h ago
Comments
350 M. Yen to Be Donated to Japan Art Groups

Japan Eyes Easing Ban on Entry from Australia, 3 Others

The Japanese government plans to start negotiations on easing the ban on entry from and travel to Thailand, Vietnam, Australia and New Zealand, multiple government sources said Monday.

-1 s5 h ago
Comments
Japan Eyes Easing Ban on Entry from Australia, 3 Others

No Immediate Shift to Sept. School Enrollment: Abe

Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said Monday that his government will not immediately adopt a proposed shift of the annual enrollment of students in Japan from the current April to September.

-1 s5 h ago
Comments
No Immediate Shift to Sept. School Enrollment: Abe

Japanese Manga Artist George Akiyama Dies at 77

Japanese manga artist George Akiyama, known as the author of the "Haguregumo" manga series, died on May 12, major publisher Shogakukan Inc. announced Monday. He was 77.

-1 s7 h ago
Comments
Japanese Manga Artist George Akiyama Dies at 77

New Grad Recruiting Fully Starts in Japan amid Virus Scare

Major firms in Japan on Monday fully started interviews, written tests and other activities to hire students graduating in spring 2021, with companies and students both struggling to adjust to unprecedented online recruiting methods introduced to cope with the new coronavirus pandemic.

16 s7 h ago
Comments
New Grad Recruiting Fully Starts in Japan amid Virus Scare
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