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Tokyo 2020 Olympics briefing: thrills, spills and storms at the Games

Yahoo Daily News 30 Jul 2021
>. Today in a nutshell ... Tomorrow’s key moments ... In the end, Ethiopia’s Selemon Barega won the men’s 10,000m with a bit to spare ... Photograph ... It only changed its name to Tokyo, which means “Eastern capital”, when the royal family moved out of Kyoto and began to use it as their centre of power during the Meiji Restoration.Key events for Saturday 31 July ... .
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Hotel Okura to open 2nd luxury hotel in Kyoto in January 2022

Asahi News 12 Jul 2021
The Hotel Okura Kyoto Okazaki Bettei will be the company's second luxury accommodation in the ancient capital and the first new Hotel Okura-brand hotel opening in Japan in 20 years, the operator said ... "Kyoto has a lot of potential ... will be renamed the Hotel Okura Kyoto.
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Olympics: Tokyo 2020 will be held without spectators after Japan declares Covid-19 emergency

Straits Times 08 Jul 2021
New daily cases in Tokyo could increase to 1,000 in July and 2,000 in August, raising the risk of hospitals in the capital region running out of beds, according to recent projections from Yuki Furuse, a Kyoto University professor working with the government's coronavirus experts group ... More on this topic. � ....
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No spectators at Tokyo Olympics

RNZ 08 Jul 2021
New daily cases in the capital could increase to 1,000 in July and 2,000 in August, raising the risk of hospitals in the capital region running out of beds, according to projections from Yuki Furuse, a Kyoto University professor working with the government's coronavirus experts group.
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Olympics: Tokyo bans spectators amid Covid-19 emergency

RNZ 08 Jul 2021
New daily cases in the capital could increase to 1000 in July and 2000 in August, raising the risk of hospitals in the capital region running out of beds, according to projections from Yuki Furuse, a Kyoto University professor working with the government's coronavirus experts group.
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Olympics host city Tokyo bans spectators amid Covid-19 emergency

Gulf Daily News 08 Jul 2021
New daily cases in the capital could increase to 1,000 in July and 2,000 in August, raising the risk of hospitals in the capital region running out of beds, according to projections from Yuki Furuse, a Kyoto University professor working with the government's coronavirus experts group.
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COVID-19: Spectators facing Olympics ban as Japan declares emergency in Tokyo

Gulf News 08 Jul 2021
New daily cases in Tokyo could increase to 1,000 in July and 2,000 in August, raising the risk of hospitals in the capital region running out of beds, according to recent projections from Yuki Furuse, a Kyoto University professor working with the government’s coronavirus experts group.
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Olympics to ban spectators as Tokyo declares Covid-19 emergency: Report

Live Mint 08 Jul 2021
New daily cases in Tokyo could increase to 1,000 in July and 2,000 in August, raising the risk of hospitals in the capital region running out of beds, according to recent projections from Yuki Furuse, a Kyoto University professor working with the government's coronavirus experts group.
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No spectators at Tokyo Olympics, with city under state of emergency

Straits Times 08 Jul 2021
New daily cases in Tokyo could rise to 1,000 this month and 2,000 in August, increasing the risk of hospitals in the capital region running out of beds, according to recent projections from Kyoto University Associate Professor Yuki Furuse, who is working with the government's Covid-19 experts.
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Host city Tokyo bans Olympic spectators amid COVID-19 emergency

Metro USA 08 Jul 2021
New daily cases in Tokyo could increase to 1,000 in July and 2,000 in August, raising the risk of hospitals in the capital region running out of beds, according to recent projections from Yuki Furuse, a Kyoto University professor working with the government’s coronavirus experts group.
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Olympics to ban spectators as Tokyo declares COVID-19 emergency -report

Metro USA 08 Jul 2021
New daily cases in Tokyo could increase to 1,000 in July and 2,000 in August, raising the risk of hospitals in the capital region running out of beds, according to recent projections from Yuki Furuse, a Kyoto University professor working with the government’s coronavirus experts group.
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Gion Festival parades canceled but floats built to pass down skills

Asahi News 07 Jul 2021
KYOTO--The annual Gion Festival that started on July 1 in the ancient capital will not have its climactic processions of massive, decorative floats--the main highlight of the festival--for the second consecutive year due to the pandemic ... at the shrine in Kyoto’s Higashiyama Ward.
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COVID-wary Japan gingerly approaches Olympics starting line

Al Jazeera 22 Jun 2021
Across the Japanese capital, the trappings of the Summer Games are impossible to ignore, but the excitement that usually comes from a sporting event of this scale appears largely absent ... “An outbreak in the capital could spread throughout the country and eventually lead to a fifth wave of the pandemic.
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Breaking Up Japan Inc.'s Love Affair With Itself

Wall Street Journal 21 Jun 2021
Japan’s corporate-governance reform has been a long, often painful process. But there has been some recent progress on one perennial complaint. massive cross-holdings that empower management and tend to weigh on returns ... For example, Bank of Kyoto ’s $2.9 billion stake in Nintendo makes up around 85% of its market capitalization ... .
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Vaccination sites in Tokyo, Osaka to end residency rules for seniors

Asahi News 10 Jun 2021
The Tokyo venue is currently restricted to residents aged 65 or older from the capital and Saitama, Chiba and Kanagawa prefectures and the Osaka venue is restricted to residents from Osaka, Kyoto and Hyogo prefectures ... Initially, slots for vaccinations were fully booked, but as of 10 a.m ... .

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