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Border measures to prevent the spread of novel coronavirus (COVID-19)

Border measures to prevent the spread of novel coronavirus (COVID-19)

Information about entering into Japan Quarantine measures: Review on the on-arrival COVID-19 test and the home quarantine period after entry into Japan (New)From 0:00 am (JST) on June 1, 2022, based on the New Border Measures (28), on-arrival test, self-quarantine period and place of accommodation after entry into Japan may be changed according to the […]

New Japanese tea leaves auction, sell for 1.96m yen (new record)

New Japanese tea leaves auction, sell for 1.96m yen (new record)

A 1-kilogram batch of hand-rolled new Japanese tea leaves from central Japan’s Shizuoka Prefecture sold for a record 1.96 million yen (about $15,466) at the season’s inaugural auction on Monday. The green tea leaves were grown in Fujinomiya, and sold at the Shizuoka Japanese Tea Market’s annual auction to ring in the latest crop. Shizuoka […]

A technical report on the definition of matcha

A technical report on the definition of matcha

In recent years, “Matcha” has become more popular not only in Japan but also overseas, and the market is expanding worldwide. Matcha uses the new shoots of tea grown under the shade as a raw material, and a special tea-making machine to produce its bright green color, rich taste, and aroma. These technologies have been […]

How technology is transforming Japan’s agriculture

How technology is transforming Japan’s agriculture

Japan’s manufacturing sector is renowned for cutting-edge techniques based on the philosophy of continuous improvement. In contrast, the nation’s agricultural sector is characterised by an ageing workforce that relies heavily on time-honoured practices. Now, however, industrial technology is helping modernise Japan’s agriculture sector and increase exports. In 2019, Japan’s combined annual exports of agricultural, forestry […]

Japan signs P19.9-M new grassroots projects in PH

Japan signs P19.9-M new grassroots projects in PH

The Japanese government is funding four projects worth PHP19.9 million to acquire ambulances and medical equipment in three local government units as well as delivery trucks to help local farmers in three other provinces. The grants would help procure two ambulances for Parañaque City, rebuild the 66-year-old Grace Park Health Center in Caloocan City, acquire […]

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