Japan Cancels Visas For 11 Countries

Japan cancels visas for 11 countries

The Japanese government decided on Friday to invalidate visas issued in 11 countries in Southeast Asia, Middle East and Africa due to the coronavirus pandemic.

About 750,000 visas issued by Japanese embassies in Indonesia, Singapore, Thailand, the Philippines, Brunei, Vietnam, Malaysia, Israel, Qatar, Bahrain, and the Democratic Republic of the Congo will no longer be valid from Saturday.

Travelers From 38 Countries To Self-quarantine

Travelers from 38 countries to self-quarantine

The Japanese government has decided that arriving travelers from most European countries, Iran and Egypt will be asked to self-quarantine for two weeks, starting on Saturday.

The decision was made at a cabinet meeting on Thursday to combat the spread of the coronavirus.

More Countries, Regions Restrict Entry From Japan

More countries, regions restrict entry from Japan

A growing number of countries and regions have banned the entry of travelers from Japan or imposed some restrictions as the new coronavirus continues to spread.

Japan's foreign ministry says that as of Wednesday, Micronesia, Samoa, Kiribati, Tuvalu, the Solomon Islands, and Comoros had restricted the entry of travelers from all countries and territories affected by the virus.

Sony Confirms Which Countries It Has Dropped For Mobile

Sony confirms which countries it has dropped for mobile

Sony held a corporate strategy day earlier today, detailing its medium-term plans for the business to FY 2020 (31 March 2021). An update on each of the businesses was given, including the Electronics Products & Solutions Segment (EP&S) which now houses the mobile communication (MC) business under its umbrella.

Japan Informs Countries Of New Era's Name

Japan informs countries of new era's name

Japan's Foreign Ministry has informed countries around the world of the name of the new era.

Foreign Minister Taro Kono told reporters that the ministry has notified the new era name, or Gengo, to international organizations and the 195 countries recognized by Japan.

Japan To Notify Countries Of New Era's Name

Japan to notify countries of new era's name

Japan's Foreign Ministry plans to inform countries around the world of the name of the new era as soon as it is decided.

The ministry says it will issue a document to the embassies of 154 countries in Tokyo and the missions of international organizations.

Ngt48's New Single 'sekai No Hito E' To Be Released In 119 Countries

NGT48's new single 'Sekai no Hito e' to be released in 119 countries

NGT48's fourth single "Sekai no Hito e" will be available for download in 119 countries on October 19. 

"Sekai no Hito e," which was released on October 3, opened a second chapter for NGT48 after welcoming 21 research students to the group and starting the two teams' (Team NIII and Team G) activities in June. Ogino Yuka serves as center, and the PV was shot in Vladivostok, Russia. This is the group's first song to be released overseas.

Japan's Fm Leaves For Caucasus Countries, Germany

Japan's FM leaves for Caucasus countries, Germany

Japanese Foreign Minister Taro Kono has left for a 6-day tour of 3 former Soviet countries in the Caucasus region, as well as Germany.

Kono will become the first Japanese cabinet minister to visit Armenia and Georgia. He will also make the first trip to Azerbaijan by a Japanese foreign minister in 19 years.

Sony Xperia Z5 Compact Now Available In Several European Countries

Sony Xperia Z5 Compact now available in several European countriesThe Sony Xperia Z5 Compact has gone on sale in several countries across Europe. In the UK, the handset is in stock at Carphone Warehouse for £449.99 SIM free and CPW has exclusivity of the ‘Coral’ colour in the UK. It is also available at carriers O2 and giff gaff, both on pay monthly contracts and pay-as-you-go. Other carriers/retailers such as Amazon.co.uk, Clove, EE and Handtec are expected to get stock within the week.

Fuji Xerox Starts A Project To Provide Learning Materials To Children Of Asia-pacific Emerging Countries Collaborating With Businesses/ngos

Fuji Xerox Starts a Project to Provide Learning Materials to Children of Asia-Pacific Emerging Countries Collaborating with Businesses/NGOsTo contribute to helping resolve educational disparity among children in emerging countries in the Asia-Pacific region where it conducts businesses, Fuji Xerox Co., Ltd. commenced a project to offer learning materials using its production printers. Starting with the Philippines, the learning materials will be provided to approximately 400 children in a disadvantaged area near Manila. The presentation ceremony will take place on June 7.