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Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and his wife Akie Abe visit the Jericho Agro Industrial Park, May

Coronavirus could help investors identify most promising start-ups

Israeli start-ups nimble enough to adapt to the changing market could do very well, if able to prove to corporations how their innovations can increase efficiency.

The Harucon anime convention returned to Jerusalem in March

Anime and Manga returns to Jerusalem despite coronavirus pandemic

In an atmosphere of caution, anime and manga still shine in Jerusalem.


Israel among first to try experimental Japanese coronavirus drug

The drug is to be tested on a total of 80 patients at Hadassah, Sourasky, Poriah Hospital in Tiberias and Soroka Hospital in Beersheba, together with researchers from Hebrew University.

HUNDREDS OF anime fans, many in costume, converge on the Jerusalem International Convention Center a

Anime and Manga return to Jerusalem

Held every year at the International Convention Center, The Association for Anime and Manga in Israel is Israel’s biggest annual confab focusing on Japanese culture.

Passengers and children stand on the desk of the cruise ship Diamond Princess, as the vessel's passe

Israeli diplomats under coronavirus quarantine in Tokyo

It is still unclear if any of the Israeli embassy officials have the coronavirus.

Casting a vote

Meet the cutest voter in Israel's election- watch

The Israeli embassy in Japan delivered a highlight that is sure to bring a smile to the current election cycle.

Head of COGAT’s Civil Department, Colonel Sharon Biton, Japan’s Minister of Foreign Affairs, Taro Ko

IDF sought monetary support in Japan for Palestinians in West Bank, Gaza

Officials from the Coordinator of Government Activities in the Territories met with Japanese Foreign Minister to discuss "ways to promote stability in Judea and Samaria and the Gaza Strip."

In Chiune Sugihara Memorial Hall in Yaotsu, Japan, locals watch a video documenting his actions in a

Japanese Righteous Gentile Chiune Sugihara honored by Limmud FSU

“He saw human beings in danger and he decided to help them.”

FROM RIGHT, Ran Ganz, Masatoshi Morishita, Shmuel Ganz and Avi Levinson

Japanese conglomerate launches in Israel

Komatsu’s activity in the past year was about $18 billion, and it is the second largest in the world in the production and marketing of heavy equipment.

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