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CNET
2018 Nissan Leaf is the star of new Japanese car-sharing servicewhole car. The program will start at 30 different sharing stations in a variet
CNET / Posted 2 days ago
whole car. The program will start at 30 different sharing stations in a variety of Japanese prefectures, including Tokyo, Kanagawa, Kyoto and Osaka. Nissan hopes to expand it to other areas across the country after that, but there is no word yet... Read more
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Eyewitness News 3 Hartford
How Japan's music playing, water-spraying TOTO toilets took over the worldpublic places -- restaurants, shopping centers, schools. Shihohiko Takahashi,
Eyewitness News 3 Hartford / Posted 18 days ago
public places -- restaurants, shopping centers, schools. Shihohiko Takahashi, an urban designer and professor emeritus of Kanagawa University, explains that department stores and supermarkets used Washlets to entice shoppers. "Customers,... Read more
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FOX 5 Las Vegas
How Japan's music playing, water-spraying TOTO toilets took over the worldpublic places -- restaurants, shopping centers, schools. Shihohiko Takahashi,
FOX 5 Las Vegas / Posted 18 days ago
public places -- restaurants, shopping centers, schools. Shihohiko Takahashi, an urban designer and professor emeritus of Kanagawa University, explains that department stores and supermarkets used Washlets to entice shoppers. "Customers,... Read more
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WSMV Nashville
How Japan's music playing, water-spraying TOTO toilets took over the worldpublic places -- restaurants, shopping centers, schools. Shihohiko Takahashi,
WSMV Nashville / Posted 18 days ago
public places -- restaurants, shopping centers, schools. Shihohiko Takahashi, an urban designer and professor emeritus of Kanagawa University, explains that department stores and supermarkets used Washlets to entice shoppers. "Customers,... Read more
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KCTV 5 Kansas City
How Japan's music playing, water-spraying TOTO toilets took over the worldpublic places -- restaurants, shopping centers, schools. Shihohiko Takahashi,
KCTV 5 Kansas City / Posted 18 days ago
public places -- restaurants, shopping centers, schools. Shihohiko Takahashi, an urban designer and professor emeritus of Kanagawa University, explains that department stores and supermarkets used Washlets to entice shoppers. "Customers,... Read more
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FOX Carolina
How Japan's music playing, water-spraying TOTO toilets took over the worldpublic places -- restaurants, shopping centers, schools. Shihohiko Takahashi,
FOX Carolina / Posted 18 days ago
public places -- restaurants, shopping centers, schools. Shihohiko Takahashi, an urban designer and professor emeritus of Kanagawa University, explains that department stores and supermarkets used Washlets to entice shoppers. "Customers,... Read more
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FOX 12 Oregon
How Japan's music playing, water-spraying TOTO toilets took over the worldpublic places -- restaurants, shopping centers, schools. Shihohiko Takahashi,
FOX 12 Oregon / Posted 18 days ago
public places -- restaurants, shopping centers, schools. Shihohiko Takahashi, an urban designer and professor emeritus of Kanagawa University, explains that department stores and supermarkets used Washlets to entice shoppers. "Customers,... Read more
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Business Wire
Seoul Semiconductor, première société au monde à recevoir la certification de sécurité à faible risque oculaire pour SunLike, sa LED à lumière naturellesa LED à lumière naturelle qui applique la technologie TRI-R de Toshiba Materia
Business Wire / Posted 20 days ago
sa LED à lumière naturelle qui applique la technologie TRI-R de Toshiba Materials (siège : ville de Yokohama, préfecture de Kanagawa, CEO : Aoki Kokumei). Le grade RG-1 est délivré à une source lumineuse sûre et ne représentant aucun risque... Read more
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Business Wire
Seoul Semiconductor è la prima azienda al mondo a ricevere la certificazione di basso rischio per la sicurezza degli occhi per il suo LED a luce naturale SunLikeEye Safety: la sua luce naturale usufruisce dellala tecnologia TRI-R di Toshiba
Business Wire / Posted 20 days ago
Eye Safety: la sua luce naturale usufruisce dellala tecnologia TRI-R di Toshiba Materials (Sede centrale: Yokohama City, Kanagawa Prefecture, CEO: Aoki Kokumei). Il gruppo di rischio RG-1 viene assegnato alle fonti luminose sicure, che non... Read more
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Business Wire
Seoul Semiconductor erhält weltweit erste Zertifizierung für photobiologische Sicherheit seiner SunLike Natural Light LEDRG-1 bei der Eye Safety-Zertifizierung erreicht, kommt die TRI-R-Technologie vo
Business Wire / Posted 20 days ago
RG-1 bei der Eye Safety-Zertifizierung erreicht, kommt die TRI-R-Technologie von Toshiba Materials (Zentrale: Yokohama, Kanagawa Prefecture, CEO: Aoki Kokumei) zum Einsatz. Eine sichere Lichtquelle wird als RG-1klassifiziert, wenn selbst bei... Read more
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Business Wire
Seoul Semiconductor First in the World to Receive Low Risk Eye Safety Certification for its Natural Light LED SunLikecertification with its natural light LED which applies TRI-R technology from To
Business Wire / Posted 20 days ago
certification with its natural light LED which applies TRI-R technology from Toshiba Materials (Head office: Yokohama city, Kanagawa Prefecture, CEO: Aoki Kokumei). The RG-1 grade is granted to a safe light source for which there is no biological... Read more
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Business Wire
PeptiDream Announces Discovery Collaboration Agreement with BayerKAWASAKI, Japan--(BUSINESS WIRE)--PeptiDream Inc., a public Kanagawa-based biop
Business Wire / Posted 21 days ago
KAWASAKI, Japan--(BUSINESS WIRE)--PeptiDream Inc., a public Kanagawa-based biopharmaceutical company (“PeptiDream”)(TOKYO:4587) announced today that it has entered into a multi-target discovery collaboration with Germany-based Bayer AG... Read more
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Breitbart
Japan: Alleged Serial Killer Murdered, Dismembered Suicidal People He Met on Twitterarrested Takahiro Shiraishi on October 31 after finding the dismembered remains
Breitbart / Posted 24 days ago
arrested Takahiro Shiraishi on October 31 after finding the dismembered remains of nine people in his apartment in Zama, Kanagawa. According to the Japanese newspaper Asahi Shimbun, Shiraishi told police, “I severed the body in my apartment and... Read more
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Inquirier.net
Factory night tours bring people to Kawasakithese various ideas, the city might become a brighter place to visit. An ordin
Inquirier.net / Posted 26 days ago
these various ideas, the city might become a brighter place to visit. An ordinance-designated city in northeastern Kanagawa Prefecture. The long, thin city is located between Yokohama and Tokyo. It consists of seven administrative wards,... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
As Japan’s serial killing case unfolds, people ask: Did killer find victims through Twitter?destructive or suicidal thoughts. On Oct. 31, Japanese police arrested 27-year
Chicago Tribune / Posted 29 days ago
destructive or suicidal thoughts. On Oct. 31, Japanese police arrested 27-year-old Takahiro Shiraishi of Zama City, in Kanagawa Prefecture near Tokyo. He faces one charge of disposing of dead bodies, but more charges are expected. “This is a... Read more
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Sun-Sentinel
As Japan’s serial killing case unfolds, people ask: Did killer find victims through Twitter?destructive or suicidal thoughts. On Oct. 31, Japanese police arrested 27-year
Sun-Sentinel / Posted 29 days ago
destructive or suicidal thoughts. On Oct. 31, Japanese police arrested 27-year-old Takahiro Shiraishi of Zama City, in Kanagawa Prefecture near Tokyo. He faces one charge of disposing of dead bodies, but more charges are expected. “This is a... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
As Japan’s serial killing case unfolds, people ask: Did killer find victims through Twitter?destructive or suicidal thoughts. On Oct. 31, Japanese police arrested 27-year
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 29 days ago
destructive or suicidal thoughts. On Oct. 31, Japanese police arrested 27-year-old Takahiro Shiraishi of Zama City, in Kanagawa Prefecture near Tokyo. He faces one charge of disposing of dead bodies, but more charges are expected. “This is a... Read more
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