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Special Report: How to Lead the Changing Japan

Revolutionising Japan’s Businesses Through Women

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By Alecsandra Tubiera   There will always be a call for more women in the workforce, and as times are changing, it is evident...

Toward Japan’s Economic End-Game

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By Dan Steinbock As the spotlight has been on Japan's new Emperor Naruhito, the economy is coping with half a decade of Abenomics, monetary injections, huge...

Japan’s politics is opening up to women, but don’t expect a feminist revolution yet

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Three women have in recent months been appointed to politically powerful positions in Japan. But even as seeing women in positions of...

Tamago-ya – The Bento King of Tokyo

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By Seungjin Whang Tamago-ya (meaning “Egg-shop”) was founded by Isatsugu Sugahara in 1975, as a small mom-and-pop bento (“boxed lunch”) shop. Under the...

Say Hello to Japan’s New Generation Workers

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By Alecsandra Tubiera The new generation – or mostly known as the millennial generation – is the current age of workers in Japan,...

Lessons on Smart Cities from Post-Earthquake Japan

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By Shojiro Nakamura and Hiroyuki Okabe A crisis can also reveal new pathways of opportunity. More than eight years ago, what is called the...

Very special Ks: kamishibais, from “kokusaku” to “kyokan”, ie from war propaganda to sharing...

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By Megumi Bailey and Géraldine Enjelvin A centuries-old Japanese storytelling tradition is being revived for modern audiences. Meet kamishibai – from kami,...

Drawing on the Past, the Present, and the Future: What Others can Learn from...

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By Shojiro Nakamura and Hiroyuki Okabe The entire world is on a steep learning curve regarding COVID-19 pandemic response and recovery planning. That’s why...

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