Iwaya: No Need To Send Sdf After Tanker Attacks

Iwaya: No need to send SDF after tanker attacks

Japan's Defense Minister says the government does not plan to dispatch Self-Defense Force personnel in response to the tanker attacks in the Gulf of Oman.

Two tankers were attacked on Thursday near the Strait of Hormuz. One of the vessels is operated by a Tokyo-based shipping firm.

Ceremony Held To Send Off Rugby World Cup Trophy

Ceremony held to send off Rugby World Cup trophy

The trophy for this year's Rugby World Cup in Japan is beginning a three-month tour across the country.

A departure ceremony for the tour was held in Tokyo on Wednesday, 100 days before the competition opens on September 20.

N.korea Missile Launch May Send Message

N.Korea missile launch may send message

A senior official of Japan's Defense Ministry has told NHK the missile launch by North Korea does not directly affect Japan.

The official said Pyongyang may have used the launch to send a message to the United States, as negotiations between the 2 countries have stalled.

Govt. To Send Sdf Officials To Egypt

Govt. to send SDF officials to Egypt

Japan's government will send Self-Defense Force personnel on a multinational peacekeeping mission for the first time under security legislation enacted in 2015.

The Cabinet approved the decision on Tuesday to send two senior officials to the Sinai Peninsula in eastern Egypt.

Japan To Send Sdf Vessel To China Fleet Review

Japan to send SDF vessel to China fleet review

Japan's Defense Ministry will send a Maritime Self-Defense Force vessel to China to take part in an international fleet review next month. This will be the first dispatch of an MSDF vessel to China in seven-and-a-half years.

Defense Minister Takeshi Iwaya told reporters on Friday that the ministry will send a destroyer to the naval event in Qingdao, Shandong Province, on April 23. The review is being held to mark the 70th anniversary of the foundation of the Chinese Navy.

Japan To Send Aid To Nepal

Japan to send aid to Nepal

Japan has announced it is giving Nepal a significant aid package to help the country overcome a food shortage.

The foreign ministers of the two countries reached the agreement for around 3 million dollars.
Nepal will use the money to buy Japanese rice for about 100,000 people.

Msdf Will Not Send Vessel To S.korea Naval Event

MSDF will not send vessel to S.Korea naval event

Japan's government has informed South Korea that it will not send a vessel to the country's fleet review after considering Seoul's request not to fly the Maritime Self-Defense Force's official flag at the naval event that begins next Thursday.

South Korea had asked Japan's MSDF not to display the ensign. It said the "Rising Sun" flag reminds South Koreans and some Asian neighbors of Japanese militarism before and during World War Two, when it was used by the Japanese Imperial Navy.

Ultra-extensive Limit Inline Optical Enhanced Transmission Can Send 5,000 Hdtv Recordings Of Two Hours In A Solitary Second More Than 1000 Km!

Ultra-vast limit inline optical opened up transmission can send 5,000 HDTV recordings of two hours in a solitary second more than 1000 km!NTT today showed ultra-expansive limit inline optical increased transmission of 1 petabit (1000 terabit) every second over a 205.6 km length of 32-center (light ways) optical fiber. This sets another world record for the transmission separation of one Pbit/s limit over a solitary strand of optical fiber inside a solitary optical enhancer bandwidth (C-band), which is a large portion of the bandwidth utilized as a part of the past trial .The present accomplishment demonstrates that the transmission of one Pbit/s, a limit comparable to sending 5,000 HDTV recordings of two hours in a solitary second, is conceivably conceivable more than 1000 km, which is roughly the separation between real urban communities both in Japan and in Europe.

This amazing accomplishment was accounted for as a post due date paper on March 23, 2017 at the Optical Fiber Communication Conference and Exhibition (OFC 2017), held in Los Angeles, USA, from March 19 – 23, 2017. NTT showed this as a team with the Technical University of Denmark, Hokkaido University, the University of Southampton and Coriant GmbH.

New Nissan Cars Will Send Owners Maintenance Notifications

New Nissan Cars Will Send Owners Maintenance NotificationsOur cars will become increasingly connected over the coming years and that’s not necessarily a bad thing. It’s going to take some of the pain out of car ownership and maintenance while making it much easier to live with our cars. Nissan has revealed that some of its new cars will have an option that enables the car to use big data technology in order to notify owners when maintenance is due.

Light-powered ‘beacons’ Send Tourist Info Out At Nara Temple

Light-powered ‘beacons’ send tourist info out at Nara templeA new type of tourism service is being tested at Todaiji temple here in which visitors receive information into their smartphones if they are near what are called “Clean Beacons,” which are communication devices powered by light.
A tour guide video appears on their smartphones, said the New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization (NEDO), which began the test run Nov. 9.

Mazda To Send Five Racers To Global Mazda Mx-5 Cup Race

Mazda to send five racers to Global Mazda MX-5 Cup raceThis September, five grassroots racers will line up on the grid at the legendary Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca in full race-specification Mazda MX-5 Cup cars, for a special Global Mazda MX-5 Cup race.
An intense knock-out competition over the weekend, at ParcMotor Circuit, Barcelona, saw 20 qualifiers whittled down to ten, with further knock-outs then taking the field down to the five finalists who will soon be packing their bags for the U.S.

Japan To Send State Minister To Tpp Signing

Japan to send state minister to TPP signingJapan's government plans to send a state minister to the signing ceremony of the Trans-Pacific Partnership free-trade pact next week.
This follows the resignation of Economic Revitalization Minister Akira Amari on Thursday amid allegations of mishandling funds. He had been Japan's chief negotiator for the TPP deal.