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1. Japan Rail Pass Now partner with Viator to offer online bookings for the best attractions in Japan
January 17, 2017

Sydney, NSW, Australia - Japan Rail Pass Now, an Australian online travel agent, has partnered with Viator, to provide customers with a resource for researching and booking activities in all parts of Japan. Through the partnership with Viator, Japan Rail Pass Now will provide its customers access to a huge range of attractions, tours and experiences. The main cities covered include popular hot spots such as Tokyo, Kyoto, Osaka, Hiroshima and Fukuoka. Customers will be able to book directly through different parts of the website which include the Travel Guide section and various email market... (read more)

Author: John Doe

2. Old Machiya Houses in Kyoto Given New Lease of Life by Niche Loans
August 29, 2016

For generations, artisans and merchants in Japan's ancient capital of Kyoto lived in thousands of traditional "machiya" townhouses that are steadily disappearing or falling into disrepair. To help restore the wooden-and-tile-roof structures, banks in Kyoto have tailored loans to help contribute to the preservation of architecture in a city that was once Japan's ancient capital and boasts a number of World Heritage sites. While borrowers are encouraged to preserve...... (read more)

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September 28, 2015

Whenever there is the worldwide environment problem there must be a country accused others for not obeying the Kyoto Protocol while it would never sign for the contract. This country it U.S.A. This international treaty is aimed at reducing greenhouse gases emission and protect the environment. The Protocol is based on the aim of ordinary but specialized responsibilities: it can puts the obligation to reduce current emissions on developed countries on the basis that they are historically responsible for the current levels of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere. What the treaty proposed is what e... (read more)

Author: John Doe

4. Un chief calls for compromise to find comprehensive climate deal - Metal Tin Bucket
July 26, 2014

DHAKA, Nov. 14 (Xinhua) -- UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon Monday expressed his hope that governments at COP-17 in Durban will find a compromise on the Kyoto Protocol to make a broader comprehensive climate agreement possible in the future."Durban must complete what was agreed last year in Cancun," he said at Climate Vulnerable Forum (CVF)-2011 conference held in Dhaka.The two-day CVF began on Monday, aimed at reaching consensus on various climate issues and working together at COP-17 to be held in Durban, South Africa on November 28.Ban called for scaling up the climate financing through lau... (read more)

Author: qrt etget

5. Australian law allows un co2 use through 2020: negotiator - LED Auto Lamp - China 12v LED Work Ligh
December 10, 2013

Australia can accept United Nations emission offsets in its plannedcarbon market through 2020 and potentially beyond because it salready signed up to the 1997 Kyoto Protocol, said one of thenation s climate negotiators . We re a party to the Kyoto Protocol, no matter what happens withthe second commitment period, said Robert Owen- Jones, assistantsecretary of multilateral negotiations at the Australiangovernment s climate change department in Canberra. The potentialextension of Kyoto targets beyond 2012 and rules governing thecreation of offset credits were separate articles of the agree... (read more)

Author: wu chao

6. Acupuncture appears linked with improvement in patients withchronic obstructive pulmonary disease
November 08, 2013

The management of dyspnea is an important target in the treatmentof COPD, a common respiratory disease characterized by irreversibleairflow limitation. COPD is predicted to be the third leading causeof death worldwide by 2020, according to the study background. Masao Suzuki, L.Ac., Ph.D., of Kyoto University and MeijiUniversity of Integrative Medicine, Kyoto, Japan, and colleaguesconducted a randomized controlled trial from July 2006 throughMarch 2009. A total of 68 patients diagnosed with COPDparticipated, and 34 were assigned to a real acupuncture group for12 weeks, plus daily m... (read more)

Author: na b

7. L-Glutamine,N-ethyl- does good for our body
October 29, 2013

L-Glutamine,N-ethyl- was discovered as a constituent of green tea in 1949 and was approved in Japan in 1964 for unlimited use in all foods, including chocolates, soft drinks, and herb teas, except infant foods. It also provides a unique umami (brothy or savory) taste and flavor to green tea infusion. In 1950, the tea laboratory of Kyoto successfully separated L-Glutamine,N-ethyl- from gyokuro leaf, which has high L-Glutamine,N-ethyl- content. It is an analog to glutamine and glutamate, and can cross the blood–brain barrier. It is sold in the US as a dietary supplement, and is classified b... (read more)

Author: Frankie youyouran

8. Must-watch top anime series in summer 2013
October 04, 2013

When summer 2013 arrived, 36 new manga series has been unveiled. Sounds interesting, isn't it? Following the huge success of Dragon Ball Z, One Piece, and Naruto, which will step the ladder of success next? To have a peek of the latest manga series in summer 2013, below is a list: 1. The Eccentric Family (Comedy, Modern Japanese Fantasy) Plot: In Kyoto, humans, tengu and tanuki, reside together quietly. Shimogamo family resides in Shimogamo Jinja's Tadasu no Mori. Soichiro, the father, was the former head of Tanuki society. Then one day, he becomes a tanuki stew, without any... (read more)

Author: Jessica Parrent

9. Subaru telescope discovers the most distant protocluster ofgalaxies - China 3.7 Volt Lithium Batter
August 20, 2013

Using the Subaru Telescope, a team of astronomers led by JunToshikawa (The Graduate University for Advanced Studies, Japan),Dr. Nobunari Kashikawa (National Astronomical Observatory ofJapan), and Dr. Kazuaki Ota (Kyoto University) has discovered themost distant protocluster of galaxies ever found--one that existedless than one billion years after the Big Bang. Since protoclusters are ancestors of today's massive clusters ofgalaxies, this discovery of a protocluster in the early Universeadvances our understanding of how large-scale structures form andhow galaxies evolve. The nearby or "l... (read more)

Author: wu chao

10. Common Kinds of Solar Water Heaters
August 16, 2013

Common Kinds of Solar Water Heaters Along with Kyoto Protocol, climate conferences and environment reforms hitting front page headlines in The united states and Europe, consumers are turning towards eco-friendly products and then be followed by companies as demand increases. Usage of solar energy is now being a norm and it will save natural resources because sunlight, unlike oil and gasoline, doesn't seem to deplete using its usage. And the concept has become also applied to drinking water heaters, bringing solar powered ones to the market. Let's see how these types of solar powered hea... (read more)

Author: Gopal Chandra

11. Discovery of the most distant galaxy in the cosmic dawn - SKYBOX HD Satellite Receiver Manufacturer
July 30, 2013

A team of astronomers led by Takatoshi Shibuya (The GraduateUniversity for Advanced Studies, Japan), Dr. Nobunari Kashikawa(National Astronomical Observatory of Japan), Dr. Kazuaki Ota(Kyoto University), and Dr. Masanori Iye (National AstronomicalObservatory of Japan) has used the Subaru and Keck Telescopes todiscover the most distant galaxy ever found, SXDF-NB1006-2, at adistance of 12.91 billion light years from the Earth. This galaxy is slightly farther away than GN-108036, which SubaruTelescope discovered last year and was the most distant galaxydiscovered at the time (Note 1). ... (read more)

Author: guo ping

12. Putting Your Money On the Environment Through Emerald Knight Investments
July 30, 2013

The battle to protect the environment has gained much ground since the Kyoto Protocol was adopted in 1997. However, earth warriors know that there is still a lot of work to do, as big businesses continue to thrive under conditions harmful to the environment. Many people around the world do their share by adopting a greener lifestyle, but feel they could do more to influence powerful businesses and governments into becoming fully engaged in environment protection. Public investments are very important to businesses, as the public is business' biggest source of capital. Thus, those who wish ... (read more)

Author: Sabrina Garza

13. Iwatayama Monkey Park- Getting closer to nature
July 08, 2013

Are you fascinated by monkeys? Then the Iwatayama Monkey Park in Japan is definitely worth visiting the next time you are on holiday here! It is a wonderful place to explore and observe these magnificent creatures. Located in Arashiyama in Kyoto, it is a commercial park famous among tourists. Housing more than a hundred Japanese monkeys, this park is full of fun for both kids and adults who adore animals. The great thing about the Iwatayama Monkey Park is that you could see the monkeys at close quarters, giving you the opportunity to take amazing photos, not only of these playful creatures bu... (read more)

Author: Caleb Falcon

14. Nanzen-ji Temple, an iconic place of worship
June 24, 2013

The renowned Nanzenji Temple is situated at the foot of the verdant Higashiyama mountain range in Kyoto. This place of worship located on expansive grounds is considered to be amongst the most significant Zen Buddhist temples in Japan. In fact it has the distinction of being the principal temple of one of the branches of the sect known as Rinzai. Notably numerous sub-temples surround the main complex, increasing the size of the temple compound still further. Nanzenji boasts a historical legacy which dates to the 13th century, when Emperor Kameyama constructed a retirement residence on the sit... (read more)

Author: Maggie Tulliver

15. World's Oldest Person Dies in Japan at 116
June 11, 2013

The world's oldest person, and the oldest man in recorded history, has died in western Japan at the age of 116.Japanese officials say Jiroemon Kimura died Wednesday of natural causes in a hospital near Kyoto where he had been receiving treatment for pneumonia.Guinness World Records says Kimura, who was born in 1897, is the world's only man to have lived to 116 years of age. It recognized him as the world's oldest living person in December, after a U.S. woman died at the age of 115.Kimura, who worked at a post office and later was a farmer, is survived by seven children, 14 gr... (read more)

16. Global Clean Energy Corporation - Environmental Services
May 25, 2013

Global Clean Energy Corporation; working under the Kyoto Protocol to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), addressing human induced interference of the climate system. Consulting, developing and implementing projects which reduce Greenhouse Gas emissions GHG. Global Clean Energy Corporation is specializing in developing, operating high quality energy and environmental projects worldwide with the main objective to reduce greenhouse gases and combat climate change. Global Clean Energy Corporation focusses on the following sectors: renewable (wind, solar/P... (read more)

Author: Shiekh Mohammed

17. The beauty of Kyoto
May 05, 2013

Kyoto is the ancient capital of Japan, formerly known as heian-kyo, moved to Tokyo before the 1868, has been the capital of Japan and the historical and cultural center, is the essence of ancient Japanese culture. Kyoto honeymoon trip, as if each step can be a static view, the temple of the Golden Pavilion, Dade temple, temple Japan, Kiyomizu Temple, two city and famous temples and culture embodies the quiet indifferent, let people have a different feeling. Autumn is the best season to visit Kyoto, an antique flavour of historic buildings and stained-storied natural scenery will set off ... (read more)

Author: floodlights lsd

18. Aung San Suu Kyi Visits Japan
April 13, 2013

Burmese democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi has arrived in Japan for a weeklong visit, her first to that country in nearly three decades.Aung San Suu Kyi is expected to meet with Japanese leaders, including Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and Foreign Minister Fumio Kishida, to ask for support for her country's democratic reforms.The Nobel Peace laureate landed Saturday in Tokyo. During her stay, she is expected to visit Kyoto University where she spent time as a visiting scholar in the mid-1980s, before Burma placed her under house arrest for the better part of two decades. Aung San Suu Kyi&a... (read more)

April 05, 2013

OMRON Healthcare Europe announced that André van Gils has been appointed as the company’s Chief Executive Officer and President as per April 1st. André van Gils assumed the role of Chief Operating Officer in November 2009 and now succeeds Kenji Eda who will take on a global role at Omron’s offices in Kyoto, Japan. André van Gils worked at Johnson&Johnson, Gillette Company and SCA in a number of international marketing, sales and management functions. He brings a wealth of experience and knowledge to the European organization. André van Gils said: “I am excited and honored to have be... (read more)

Author: Team Werbelabel

20. Capitalize on the Green Movement: An Introduction to Purchasing Carbon Credits
March 08, 2013

The Kyoto Protocol is a landmark contract that bound countries with a legal dedication to decrease greenhouse gas emission levels within a recommended period. Nations are expected to lower their emission levels to 5 percent below levels in 1990. Each of the members was granted a cap limitation for carbon emissions which they need to follow while the agreement is in effect. The requirement for trading carbon credits emerged from this particular condition. Put simply, a carbon credit is a certification or license that stands for the right to give off a single ton of co2 into the atmosphere.... (read more)

Author: Sabrina Garza

21. Kyoto Sanga FC New Home Jerseys 2013
February 20, 2013

Kyoto Sanga FC is a Japanese professional NBA basketball jerseys club based in Kyoto. The club which it was formerly known as Kyoto Purple Sanga is currently playing in the J. League Division 2. Over the course of this week the club has presented its new home NBA basketball jerseys made by the Japanese sportswear clothing company Wacoal. The new home NBA basketball jerseys is characterized by having a purple color with white details, and a Polo collar neck. Club Atletico Penarol familiarly known as Manya is a Uruguay soccer club based in Montevideo. Having won the past 2012 Primera... (read more)

Author: dianna luckydog2012

22. Chimpanzee Minds Are Like Humans, Better in Some Ways
February 15, 2013

At Kyoto University's Primate Research Institute, a chimpanzee named Ayumu is performing a task that is impossible for a person to do, revealing how chimp cognition can mirror - and in some cases surpass - the capabilities of the human brain. Sitting in front of a computer monitor that briefly displays the numbers one through nine in a random pattern, the chimp touches the number one. The remaining digits are immediately hidden behind white squares. But Ayumu can touch where each number was, in ascending order - 2, 3, 4, and so on. People cannot remember the location of more than a f... (read more)

23. Chimpanzee Minds Much Like Humans, In Some Ways Better
February 15, 2013

At Kyoto University's Primate Research Institute, a chimpanzee named Ayumu is performing a task that is impossible for a person to do, revealing how chimp cognition can mirror -- and in some cases surpass -- the capabilities of the human brain.Sitting in front of a computer monitor that briefly displays the numbers one through nine in a random pattern, the chimp touches the number one. The remaining digits are immediately hidden behind white squares. But Ayumu can touch where each number was, in ascending order - 2, 3, 4, and so on. People cannot remember the location of more than a fe... (read more)

24. Protocol knowning that it appears to be pan
February 09, 2013

Protocol knowning that it appears to be pandering to Us all and Arab hobbies India's efforts to change a consensus to the Delhi Declaration on Coffee (DDCC) suffered a setback the majority of the 186 member countries portrayed reservations about the condensation, saying that the more crucial Kyoto Protocol did not even find a mention to them Both developing regions and the European Union were feeling that the declaration were pandering to the interests of america and oil-producing nations prefer Saudi Arabia, as no commitments find a put in place the declaration Typically the draft DDCC, by ... (read more)

Author: alan autmay

25. Appreciating the Kyoto Protocol and Trading Carbon Credits: What You Must Know
February 08, 2013

Among the most pertinent turning points in the movement toward enhancing ecological awareness and contamination control is the signing of the Kyoto Protocol in 1997. This was the first time that a contract has been signed by industrialized countries, requiring them to abide by arrangements for contamination control. The purpose of this agreement is to minimize their emissions to 5% below their 1990 levels within a set timespan. Countries that have signed the Kyoto Protocol made legally-binding dedications to decrease their greenhouse gas emissions from 2008-2012. This agreement enables vers... (read more)

Author: Sabrina Garza

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