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  • 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...
  • Sony Returns to Profit in Q3, Predicts Annual Loss

    TOKYO -- Sony reported a net profit of Y27.0 billion ($266 million) in the third quarter of FY2013, ending Dec. 31, 2013, compared with a loss of Y10.8 billion ($106 million) the same period the previous year. The company also enjoyed an increase in...
  • 'Grudge' Financier Entertainment Farm Files for Bankruptcy

    TOKYO -- Entertainment Farm, a Tokyo-based film financier launched in 2002, has begun bankruptcy proceedings. The amount of its corporate debt, owned to 20 business partners, stands at a reported $13 million. Under the leadership of former...
  • Japan-China tension has U.S. walking a fine line

    Japan-China tension has U.S. walking a fine line
    HARBIN, China — Visitors to the newest museum in this frigid northeastern Chinese city enter through a quaint facade affixed to the modern shell of the main train station. No bigger than a 7-Eleven, the museum could easily be mistaken for a...
  • Jonathan Gold | L.A. restaurant review: b.o.s. in Little Tokyo goes whole cow

    Jonathan Gold | L.A. restaurant review: b.o.s. in Little Tokyo goes whole cow
    Animals, the last few years of American cooking have taught us, have insides and floppy bits as well as the meaty parts that usually make it onto the plate, and it has become impossible to scan the menu of a certain kind of Los Angeles bistro without...
  • Annie Awards to honor animator Katsuhiro Otomo for career achievement

    Annie Awards to honor animator Katsuhiro Otomo for career achievement
    Legendary Japanese animator Katsuhiro Otomo is known around the world for his work, particularly his groundbreaking cyberpunk action feature "Akira." But Otomo doesn't spend time watching his own films. "The truth is, I don't read or watch my own...
  • Japan's SKY Perfect to launch in Indonesia

    TOKYO - Japanese satellite platform SKY Perfect JSAT plans to launch its first overseas channel, in Indonesia. Called Waku Waku Japan, it will begin broadcasts on Feb. 22 with a range of Japanese programming, including toons, sports and the hit NHK...
  • Japan Box Office Flat in 2013

    TOKYO - Ticket sales in Japan edged up fractionally in 2013, but total box office were down by a whisker. Attendance climbed by 0.5% to 155.9 million, according to figures released on Tuesday by the Motion Picture Producers Association of Japan (Eiren)....
  • Sundance Film Review: 'Kumiko the Treasure Hunter'

    Our desire that life should be more like it is in the movies beats at the heart of "Kumiko the Treasure Hunter," a wonderfully strange and beguiling adventure story comprised of buried treasure, hand crafts, and a possibly unhealthy obsession with the...
  • Japan's Abe uses Davos economic forum to warn of China militancy

    Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe used his moment in the spotlight Wednesday at the World Economic Forum to sound an alarm over what he sees as China's rising militancy and Japan's outdated defense posture. In a speech opening the five-day annual...