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  • Workshop: Are you making your dashi all wrong?

    Workshop: Are you making your <i>dashi</i> all wrong?
    Know the nuances of making dashi? The owner of a 276-year-old dashi shop in Tokyo, Mamiko Nishiyama, will be in Los Angeles to lead a course Saturday that shows you how to make and cook with the essential Japanese stock of dried kelp and bonito....
  • Japan February exports rise 9.8 percent year-on-year: Ministry of Finance

    TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's exports rose 9.8 percent in February from a year earlier as shipments recovered from a Lunar New Year slowdown, Ministry of Finance data showed on Wednesday. The rise in exports compared with a 12.4 percent gain expected by...
  • Japan stock inflows reverse; foreigners doubt Abenomics commitment

    TOKYO (Reuters) - A torrent of foreign capital into Japanese shares, the driving force behind last year's surge, has reversed, as impatience with "Abenomics" made Tokyo one of the worst-performing markets since the start of 2014. The first two arrows...
  • Japan Display tumbles, marks Tokyo's second feeble debut this week

    TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan Display Inc , the world's largest maker of smartphone screens, slid 15 percent on its first day of trade - the second downbeat debut this week for a Tokyo stock market that has seen a marked drop in foreign investor interest....
  • BOJ chief: China's job conditions could improve as it rebalances economy

    TOKYO (Reuters) - Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda said on Wednesday that China's employment conditions could improve even as its growth slows, with the world's second biggest economy undergoing "huge rebalancing" to focus on domestic demand-led...
  • BOJ's Kuroda voices confidence of meeting 2 percent inflation target

    TOKYO (Reuters) - Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda reiterated on Wednesday that the economy is on track to meet the central bank's 2 percent inflation target as planned, sounding confident about effects of its massive stimulus put in place about a...
  • Buildings slated for tear-down were rich part of Little Tokyo history

     Buildings slated for tear-down were rich part of Little Tokyo history
    Nearly a decade ago, Enrique Ramirez welcomed the opening of a light-rail station in Little Tokyo, just a quick walk from his Mexican seafood restaurant. The Metro Gold Line station delivered a steady stream of customers to Senor Fish, especially on...
  • Three years later, the lessons of Fukushima are uglier than ever

    Three years ago--2:49 p.m. March 11, 2011, Tokyo time, or late on the night of March 10 in continental U.S. time zones--what may be history's worst, most enduring nuclear power plant disaster began in Japan. It's a baleful anniversary that bears object...
  • Beleaguered Mt. Gox opens call center to answer bitcoin questions

    Add this to the list of most unpleasant jobs on the planet: Working in the call center that Mt. Gox has set up to answer bitcoin questions. Once the largest bitcoin exchange, Mt. Gox said last week it was filing for bankruptcy protection after revealing...
  • Universal Studios Japan to Build New Parks in Asia

    TOKYO -- USJ Co. Ltd., which runs the Universal Studios Japan theme park near Osaka under license from NBC Universal, has revealed plans to build new parks in Japan and Asia. Among the candidate sites reported are Okinawa, northern Kyushu, Jakarta...
  • Russia, Japan seek to resolve dispute over islands, WW II treaty

    MOSCOW -- Russian President Vladimir Putin and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe continued their quiet negotiations Saturday to bring an end to their nations’ World War II dispute over four Pacific islands, a disagreement that has hampered...