Big names seek promising venture partners
SoftBank, NTT Docomo and other giants of Japanese tech are looking for just the right small ventures in which to invest. Finding the right companies takes time and educated guesswork, but the process is becoming very rewarding.
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AirAsia Group aims to fly to Los Angeles and San Francisco on the west coast of the U.S. by 2020 from its base in Southeast Asia via Japan, Chief Executive Tony Fernandes told the Nikkei Asian Review on Thursday.
Rooms fit for an emperor
Ever dreamed of staying at an ancient temple in a room once meant for the Imperial family? Ninna-ji Temple in Kyoto now offers just that as it opens its doors to its hermitage. But booking the renovated lodging is not cheap.
Diving into interactive digital art in Tokyo
Tokyo has a new museum, and it is interactive. Mori Digital Art Museum: teamLab Borderless features exhibits full of lights, mirrors and projectors that offer seemingly endless ways to explore .
Airbnb announced its new strategy for Japan
Airbnb announced the company's new Airbnb Partners strategy, under which it will work with 36 Japanese companies including bookseller Culture Convenience Club and security services provider Secom.
Mercari hits record startup valuation in Tokyo debut
The flea market app Mercari has begun trading on the Tokyo Stock Exchange Mothers market.The stock opened at 5000 yen.
The Trump-Kim summit
U.S. President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un have met in Singapore, where the two talked one-on-one and signed an agreement that included the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula.