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.
A new station as a proving ground for the latest technology The Yamanote Line encircles central Tokyo, connecting many commercial and business districts, and it could well be one of the world’s busiest railway lines. On March 14 th 2020 a new Yamanote Line station named, Takanawa Gateway Station, will open between Shinagawa Station and […]
One of the many ways Japanese robotics can be a help of society today, is making the life of the elderly and disabled people easier and comfortable.
‘Robotic hospitality’ from JR East When you go to Ginza, Shibuya, Asakusa, Hakone, Kamakura or other touristic spots near and around Tokyo, you might be shocked by the number of international tourists.
Robots often play a big role in Japanese anime and special effects dramas, helping humans and solving problems.
When it comes to their cafés the Japanese can certainly come up with very original concepts. As popular with Japanese people as they are with foreigners living in Japan, they are also a must-see for any visitor.