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1. "What is Abenomics?" April 19 Speech by Deputy Prime Minister Taro Aso (PDF file: 158KB)
2. Tran-Pacific Partnership: April 12 Letters exchanged between: Ambassador Kenichiro Sasae and US Acting Trade Representative Demetrios Marantos
- Ambassador Marantis's Letter to Ambassador Sasae (PDF file: 147KB)
- Ambassador Sasae's Letter to Ambassador Marantis (PDF file: 471KB)
1. Digest of Abenomics (PDF file: 150KB)
2. Japanese strength and challenges, Japan's trade (PDF file: 630KB)
3. Prime Minister Abe's press conference on Japan's participation in the negotiation of TPP (http://www.kantei.go.jp/foreign/96_abe/statement/201303/15kaiken_e.html)
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Japan Atlas visual presentations of the following seven areas of topics. Historic sites, Festivals, Architectures, Nature, Traditional crafts, Advanced Technology and communities.
The Virtual Museum of Japanese Arts offers a comprehensive view of traditional Japanese culture and past times. Among the works of art shown are many that have been designated national treasures.
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Websites below offer comprehensive information you can use when planning to travel to Japan for study, during your stay, and after you return.
The Study in Japan(http://www.studyjapan.go.jp/en/)
Japan Student Services Organization: JASSO(http://www.jasso.go.jp/index_e.html)
Gateway to Study in Japan website(http://www.g-studyinjapan.jasso.go.jp/en/)