Ngt48's Agency And Aks Release Statement Regarding Assault Case Involving Member Yamaguchi Maho

NGT48's agency and AKS release statement regarding assault case involving member Yamaguchi Maho

NGT48's agency and their operating company AKS has released a statement regarding an assault case involving member Yamaguchi Maho. 

In a live broadcast on Twitter and SHOWROOM on January 8 and 9, Yamaguchi revealed that she was attacked by two men in front of her home in December. She then participated in the group's third anniversary event on January 10 where she apologized to her fans for causing them to worry. 

Parents Create Large Artwork Involving 100 Babies

Parents create large artwork involving 100 babies

Parents in a Japanese city have produced a large picture-like work of art involving 100 lying babies.

Photographs of sleeping babies adorned with props in cute, funny or heart-warming ways are growing popular on social media.

Court Accepts Match-fixing Claim Involving Japan Manager Aguirre

Court accepts match-fixing claim involving Japan manager AguirreA Valencia court has accepted a claim filed by Spanish prosecutors alleging Japan manager Javier Aguirre and 40 others were involved in fixing a match between his former club Real Zaragoza and Levante in 2011, according to reports on Wednesday out of Spain.

No. Of Accidents Involving People Using Phones While Walking Increases

No. of accidents involving people using phones while walking increasesLook down any crowded train carriage or busy street in Japan and you’re guaranteed to find the majority of people with their heads bent over their mobile phones or other electronic devices. And while there’s no end of anthropologists twittering on about the damage all this constant stimulus is doing to the youth of today, there’s also a very physical risk that can come with cell phone addiction.

Nintendo Prevails In Itc Case Involving Nintendo 3ds

Nintendo Prevails In ITC Case Involving Nintendo 3DSNintendo has won a patent infringement case at the International Trade Commission. The case was brought by Technology Properties Limited LLC, Phoenix Digital Solutions LLC and Patriot Scientific Corporation, all of which are patent-licensing companies. The commission confirmed that the Nintendo 3DS and Nintendo DSi systems do not infringe the asserted patent.

Joint Drills Involving Osprey To Be Held In 2 Western Japan Prefectures

Joint drills involving Osprey to be held in 2 western Japan prefecturesDefense Minister Itsunori Onodera said Friday Japan and the United States will conduct joint drills involving MV-22 Osprey tilt-rotor aircraft in two western Japan prefectures next month.

With the two countries aiming to ease the burden of U.S. military bases borne by people in Okinawa, Onodera will seek approval of local communities in Shiga and Kochi prefectures for the drills.

Group Reorganization Mergers Involving Renesas Electronics And Its Subsidiaries, And Changes To Names Of Subsidiaries

Group Reorganization Mergers Involving Renesas Electronics and Its Subsidiaries, and Changes to Names of SubsidiariesRenesas Electronics Corporation (“Renesas Electronics” or “the Company,” TSE: 6723), a premier supplier of advanced semiconductor solutions, provided notification of the implementation of “measures including the optimization of the personnel structure while slimming down and improving the efficiency of the organization, as well as restructuring of Renesas Electronics subsidiaries” (referred to below as “the reorganization”) in “Renesas Electronics Announces the Implementation of Further Rationalization Initiatives, Including Optimization of the Personnel Structure,” released on January 17. The specifics of the reorganization (mergers involving Renesas Electronics and its subsidiaries, and changes to names of subsidiaries) were approved today by the Board of Directors, and the details are provided below.

Us Asks Japan To Cover More Costs Involving Marines Move To Guam

US asks Japan to cover more costs involving Marines move to GuamThe United States has asked Japan to shoulder part of the costs involved in the planned transfer of U.S. Marines from Okinawa Prefecture to Guam, which the U.S. side was scheduled to cover, sources close to Japan-U.S. relations said Saturday.  

The U.S. government has requested that Japan cover some of the expenses to construct U.S. military-related facilities in Guam -- a move that would renege on a bilateral agreement on cost sharing. Japan's additional financial burden is expected to amount to more than $1 billion (about 82 billion yen), the sources said.