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  Government of Japan
  首相官邸 Prime Minister of Japan and His Cabinet
  Pages on Japan's Foreign Policy
  MOFA Eng Ministry of Foreign Affairs
  JICA Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA)
  UN Reform United Nations Reform
  Japan and North Korea Japan and North Korea Relations
  Sea of Japan Sea of Japan : "Sea of Japan" is the mono-name of the area, recognized internationally. Government of Japan takes this position since past and is determined to argue against the assertion without any ground. Japan calls on international community to understand and support our position to assure the mono-name "Sea of Japan".
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Provision of comprehensive information on
Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station related issues

Providing information on Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station (NPS) related issues to the international society in a transparent and accurate manner is one of the Government of Japan’s duties. In order to further carry out such duty, the Government of Japan has uploaded useful information regarding Fukushima Daiichi NPS related issues on its webpage.
This webpage includes following information:

  • Comprehensive report provided through the IAEA
  • Comparison of the air dose rate data between cities in Japan and the world's major cities
  • Information on the Final Report on the IAEA Review Mission on Mid-and-Long-Term Roadmap towards the Decommissioning of TEPCO’s Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station Units 1–4 (issued on May 14, 2015)

The URL of the aforementioned webpage is as follows:

The road to Recovery-Recovery and Reconstruction from the Great East Japan Earthquake- (28 April 2015)

  WEB JAPAN Web Japan was launched with the aim of helping people around the world get to know more about Japan and the Japanese. With more than about 200 million hits per year from around the world, it has become one of Japan's leading websites for information on the country. The site provides highly reliable information on Japan across many different genres including culture, sightseeing, society, history and nature. The content is provided primarily in English, but a portion of the site is multilingual.
The Minister for Land, Infrastructure and Transport announced at a round table conference of cabinet ministers on December 24, 2002 that the "Inbound Tourism Initiative of Japan" had been formulated in cooperation with other related ministries and agencies to promote foreign tourist traffic to Japan. The Initiative is based on the "Basic Policies for Economic and Fiscal Policy Management and Structural Reform 2002" (approved at a cabinet meeting on June 25, 2002).
  Invest Japan Discover the advantages of doing business in Japan. Learn how to bring your business here and read about foreign firms operating successfully in Japan. Get information about Japan's individual regions and markets.
  CLAIR The Council of Local Authorities for International Relations (CLAIR) was established in July 1988 in response to rising concerns about local-level internationalization in Japan. CLAIR was created to promote and provide support for local internationalization. With its headquarters in Tokyo, CLAIR has a network of domestic branch offices in each prefecture and designated city in Japan. In addition, CLAIR has established a network of overseas offices in major cities around the world: New York, London, Paris, Singapore, Seoul, Sydney, and Beijing.
  je JE Kaleidoscope Multilingual Translation of MEXT-Approved Middle School History Text Book
  JACAR HELLO! JAPAN : What does Japan look like? How do Japanese people live? Taro the robot will help answer these questions. You'll learn a whole lot about Japan through these video clips and surely discover new things.
  JACAR Japan Center for Asian Historical Records (JACAR) : JACAR is a digital database of Japan's historical records testifying to its pre-war relations with the Asian countries. It is an ongoing project archiving official documents of the Cabinet, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, as well as the Army and Navy, dating from the Meiji era through 1945. In an effort to share the facts of history, images of the original documents are made public through this site on an unprecedented scale.

  Media in Japan
  Foreign Press Center Foreign Press Center JAPAN

  Ethiopian Government
  Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ethiopia Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ethiopia
  Ethiopian Embassy in Japan Embassy of Ethiopia, Tokyo, JAPAN