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HEALTH

Okinawa Shares Two Keys To Longevity
TOKYO (JPN) April 1, 2016
By Brad Frischkorn

It is home to some of the longest living humans on earth, however, a fact that keeps customers interested in what is harvested and bottled in Japan's southernmost prefecture.

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ENERGY

India: The Future King of Sovereign Solar?
TOKYO (JPN) April 2, 2016
By Brad Frischkorn

Basking in sunshine for an average of 300 days every year, the Republic of India may be set to become the eventual champion of solar power producing nations. Experts have put the nation's theoretical solar electricity output from land sources alone at some 5,000 trillion kilowatt-hours annually, the largest sovereign potential in the world.


HEALTH

Japanese Consumers 'High' on Cannabis Oil
Tokyo (JPN) May 04, 2016
By Brad Frischkorn

Despite living in a country with tough marijuana laws, Japanese consumers are nevertheless getting increasingly 'high' on cannabis oil. Researchers at Arthur Corporation are hoping that the buzz lasts.

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INDUSTRIAL USE

'Cool' Consumer Market Awaits Titanium
Tokyo (JPN) June 13, 2016
By Brad Frischkorn

Once considered a 'wonder metal,' titanium is slowly creeping into everyday 'cool' consumer product use - most conspicuously, in smartphone accessories.


INDUSTRIAL USE

The Carpenter’s Dream Tool
Hong Kong (JPN) November 16, 2016
By Brad Frischkorn

A good tape measure makes every carpenter’s Top 10 list of must-have items.


INDUSTRIAL USE

Vacuum Lifters Make Japan Debut
Tokyo (JPN) August 6, 2016
By Brad Frischkorn

Good times or bad, Japanese companies have begun sucking it up at the workplace like never before. And thanks to advanced vacuum lifting technology, employees on the factory floor are breathing the biggest sighs of relief.

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