Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda talks to the WSJ's Jacob Schlesinger about the song he uses to get fired up for a political fight, but stays mum on the recent tensions with China.
Workers at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant north of Tokyo were exposed to lightly contaminated water after a mix-up while trying to replace a pipe. Deborah Kan talks to WSJ's Jacob Schlesinger about the latest in a series of mistakes at the plant.
WSJ Japan Bureau Chief Jacob Schlesinger joins the News Hub to preview the upcoming Japanese elections.
Japan and China are edging gingerly toward repairing diplomatic relations after Tokyo's highest-ranking career diplomat traveled to Beijing on Monday for two days of talks. The WSJ's Jake Lee discusses the development with The WSJ's Tokyo Bureau Chief Jacob Schlesinger.
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