Japan Promotes Private Lodging For Olympics

Japan promotes private lodging for Olympics

Japan's government is promoting private lodgings for tourists who will visit during the Olympic and Paralympic games next summer.

The Tourism Agency hopes that municipal governments will make more use of a lodging scheme for special events.

Naomi Watanabe Promotes Olympic Ticket Application

Naomi Watanabe promotes Olympic ticket application

Japanese comedian Naomi Watanabe has attended an event in Tokyo to promote the start of online applications for tickets to the 2020 Olympics.

The application period for the Tokyo games began on 10 a.m. on Thursday.

Hiroshima Mayor Promotes Nuclear Abolition

Hiroshima mayor promotes nuclear abolition

The mayor of Hiroshima has pledged to strengthen solidarity and cooperation among cities around the world to abolish nuclear weapons.

Kazumi Matsui addressed an award ceremony on Friday for the Tribeca Disruptive Innovation Awards. The event was part of a film festival in New York. The award is given to people and groups that inspire innovation.

Police Promotes Safe Climbing On Mountain Day

Police promotes safe climbing on Mountain Day

Japanese police carried out a climbing safety campaign on Mount Fuji on Mountain Day on Saturday.

August 11th is one of Japan's national holidays. Many climbers gathered on the 5th station of the country's highest mountain, the starting point of the climb to the peak.

Tmeic Promotes Local Production Aiming For World No. 1 Share In Pv Inverters (1)

TMEIC Promotes Local Production Aiming for World No. 1 Share in PV Inverters (1)

Toshiba Mitsubishi-Electric Industrial Systems Corp (TMEIC), which boasts by far the top share in large-capacity PV inverters for domestic mega (large-scale) solar power plants, has been accelerating its overseas strategy.

The company started operation of new PV inverter factories in the USA and India in August and October this year, respectively. TMEIC has been improving the sales performance in the two countries and has been competing with major European manufacturers for the top share.

Nissan Foundation Promotes Cultural Diversity With Grants Totaling $730,000

Nissan Foundation promotes cultural diversity with grants totaling $730,000The catalyst for the start of the Nissan Foundation in 1992 was a crisis: three weeks of violent civil unrest that occurred near the headquarters for Nissan’s U.S. sales operations in Southern California. The Foundation was created to support solutions to conflicts and foster greater understanding among people from different racial or ethnic backgrounds.

Toyota Promotes Didier Leroy As Highest-ranked Foreigner

Toyota promotes Didier Leroy as highest-ranked foreignerMr Leroy was officially appointed today President of Toyota No. 1, which covers R&D, manufacturing and sales for the North America, Europe, and Africa regions; the Japan Sales Business Group; and the Product Planning, Design and Motorsports functions related to the Toyota No.1 regional scope.