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Wearing a Balinese traditional attire, Rio Waida bears the Indonesian national flag during the opening of Tokyo Olympics.
Hundreds of horses were flown from various nations to Japan for the Tokyo Olympics.
Spectators will not be allowed to enter venues situated in Tokyo during the Olympic Games.
Japanese government continues to improve security and safety for workers to prevent transmissions in the work environment.
Two people were dead and about 20 others remained missing following a massive mudslide triggered by torrential rain in central Japan.
Indonesia will receive more Covid-19 vaccines, including Moderna, from the U.S., the Netherlands, Japan, and the UK.
Japan is likely to extend by two weeks or more coronavirus containment measures in the greater Tokyo area.
A member of the Ugandan Olympic team who tested positive for the coronavirus upon arrival in Japan had the Delta variant.
Indonesian badminton athletes participating in Tokyo Olympics are scheduled to leave for Japan on July 8.
School in Okinawa, Japan, are froced to close due to the surge of Covid-19 cases among youngsters.
PT Perikanan Nusantara (Perinus) exported octopuses to Japan with a total transaction of US$71,679.52 or around Rp1.03 billion.
Japan's future reliance on nuclear power has been lessened in a draft of its economic strategy.
The Indonesian embassy in Tokyo holds a ceremony to honor the Japanese crewmen who rescued the Indonesian boat in distress in the Indian ocean.
Japanese newspaper publisher Asahi Shimbun, an official partner of the Tokyo Olympics, calls for the Summer Games to be canceled.
International Olympic Committee (IOC) president Thomas Bach will arrive in Japan before the start of Tokyo Games.
The lawyer highlights the fact that Japan is still grappling with the pandemic as many other countries are around the world.
The earthquake struck close to the coast of Miyagi Prefecture north of Japan capital, Tokyo.
Infectious disease experts warned that Japan is now battling a "fourth wave" of infections.
Tokyo Olympics chief said on Friday, April 16, that Japan was committed to holding a safe Games this summer.
Japan's NRA says Tepco will be prevented from restarting its only operable atomic power station after safety breaches.