Japan News 15 April 2018 This Week
Read highlights of the Japan news 15 April 2018 for the past week.
Britain Sends Warships to Asia to Monitor North Korean Trade
Japan’s baseball star Shohei Ohtani draws Babe Ruth comparisons
Centuries-worth supply of rare earths found in Japanese waters
Isao Takahata Obituary
Japan’s new marine unit in East China Sea upsets Beijing
U.S. Veterans (and the Okinawa Dugong) Reveal MCAS Futenma’s Infringement of U.S. Navy’s Safety Standards: Call for Immediate Closure of the Base
“A man in Ashoro, Japan, is being honored with an award that’s been a long time coming: Being recognized as the world’s oldest living male.
Masazo Nonaka, who was 112 years and 259 days as of April 10, has just officially been selected as the world’s oldest living male, according to Guinness World Records.”
Source: Huffington Post