“The lower house election is about choosing a leadership, I believe we received a mandate from the voters”, said Mr. Kishida after the victory.
The Leh district of Ladakh experienced trembling during midnight, which caused a lot of problems for people. Although the magnitude was not high, people had to leave their homes in the middle of the night. Continue reading Earthquake hits Ladakh and neighbouring country Myanmar
A 77-year-old man in Japan reported ‘deep anal discomfort’ just days after recovering from coronavirus disease, possibly the first such example of a post-Covid consequence (Covid-19). Continue reading After recovering from COVID-19, a man in Japan is diagnosed with ‘restless anal syndrome’
It has been decided that restaurants and bars can only serve alcohol until 8 pm and are required to close at 9 pm. Continue reading Japan’s bars, restaurants welcomes back drinkers as COVID-19 controls ease
One can hardly imagine two human undertakings less alike than war and the visual arts. The warrior is accustomed to a regular diet of brute force and a harsh disregard for human life. The artist, by contrast, usually enjoys calm surroundings. Still, the two pursuits have been so fundamental to every society known to history, both are so universal that they are often regarded as inborn to humanity – that they have never fully remained apart. Continue reading The Representation of Warfare in Japanese Art: Samurai and the Paint-Roller
Elections for leadership of ruling party LDP will happen on 29 September. The person who wins the leadership election is usually expected to become Japan’s leader because LDP has a majority in parliament. Continue reading Japan’s PM Yoshihide Suga announces step down