COVID-19 completely changes the working environment of Japanese companies Railways running in Japan’s urban areas are extremely busy during the morning and evening commuting hours. For corporate employees work at the office is the accepted norm, and although this has recently decreased, previously employees were required to come in to work even during typhoons and […]
Even in Japan with its well-developed sanitary facilities this public toilet and hand-washing device are surprising Japan receives much rainfall and has lush forests, so water is abundantly available. For that reason, as previously introduced, technology related to sanitary facilities such as toilets has also developed in its own distinctive way.
Returning economic activity to pre-COVID-19 levels As the spread of the new coronavirus disease (COVID-19) has now subsided in Japan, it is essential that economic activity should gradually return to its previous levels.
Even if the pandemic keeps you at home, Street View lets you travel the world To prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus disease COVID-19, stay-at-home restrictions have been put in place across the world.
How COVID-19 changed the way we work To prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus COVID-19, people are being asked to avoid going out as much as possible. For this reason, many companies that previously required their employees to commute to an office, have now permitted telecommuting and have hurriedly established remote working systems.
Facebook, Amazon and others release their patents As the new coronavirus disease spreads throughout the world, the governments of various countries are struggling to respond.