Noteworthy Press Releases from Japan

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This page introduces noteworthy press releases for the foreign press.

The FPCJ helps build connections between foreign press researching stories about specific topics and regions in Japan, and organizations including businesses, universities, and government at the local and national level.

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  • The Asahi Glass Foundation

    [Asahi Glass Foundation] 2023 BLUE PLANET PRIZE: ANNOUNCEMENT OF PRIZE WINNERS

    This year marks the 32nd awarding of the Blue Planet Prize, the international environmental award sponsored by the Asahi Glass Foundation, chaired by Takuya Shimamura. Every year, the Foundation selects two winners, individuals or organizations who have made significant contributions to the resolution of global environmental problems. The Board of Directors has selected the following 2023 Blue ...

  • The 2023 Spring Food Festival Executive Committee

    [Tokyo Tokyo Delicious Museum: report] Unbookable and Michelin Guide-listed Restaurants in Ariake!

     Tokyo Tokyo Delicious Museum: report Unbookable and Michelin Guide-listed Restaurants in Ariake! The 2023 Spring Food Festival Executive Committee put on Tokyo Tokyo Delicious Museum in Ariake to promote the culinary allures of Tokyo, an ever-evolving city packed with a variety of the best world-class delicacies. The event drew many visitors to Ariake on May 19-21, 2023, with the opening...

  • Tokyo Metropolitan Government (TMG)

    [TMG] New course of “RAINBOW BRIDGE RIDE” in Tokyo’s waterfront area unveiled, and the “Tama Road Race” named “THE ROAD RACE TOKYO”

      The Tokyo Metropolitan Government (TMG) will promote a variety of events as GRAND CYCLE TOKYO (GCT) in order to make bicycles even more familiar to us, which is both environmentally friendly and good for health.   We are pleased to announce that a new course of the “RAINBOW BRIDGE RIDE,” to be held in FY2023 in Tokyo’s waterfront area, has been fixed, and the “Tama Road Race” has been ...

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