Author Archives for Yasuo Naito
Mr. Yasuo Naito is editor in chief of JAPAN Forward, and is also a deputy editor of the Sankei Shimbun. He served as Sankei’s London Bureau chief correspondent (May 2012~Dec.2015), Moscow Bureau chief correspondent (Feb.2003~Jul.2009) and Fulbright Visiting fellow at the Institute of Russia and Eurasia Studies, George Washington University (Jul.2001~Aug.2002). Mr. Naito has won the 2015 Foreign Press Association’s Media Award “Story of the Year by a Full Member of the FPA” in London with the stories of the reconciliation and friendship between British sailor and the family of Kamikaze pilot. Mr. Naito was born on 20 March, 1964 in Tokyo and is married, has three children.
Dr. Seiji Ohsumi, the Japanese expert who helped guide the study of whales for more than half a […]
The Sankei Shimbun Prime Minister Shinzo Abe intends to propose a solution to the global problem […]
The Sankei Shimbun The World Heritage Committee of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organ
Robert Whiting Shoehi Ohtani from Japan—the first major player to hit and pitch regularly in the […]
Earl H. Kinmonth This year is the 150th anniversary of the Meiji Restoration. In a narrow […]
Jason Morgan Before a packed auditorium on the afternoon of July 4, Chuo University professor Robert Morton delivere
Whoosh! Four killer whales jump high in a pool, making a big splash. Welcome to the […]
Seven members of the cult responsible for the 1995 Tokyo Metro sarin gas attacks—including cult leader Shoko [&hel
The number of confirmed deaths in the disasters triggered by extreme torrential rains in a broad swath […]
Economy & Tech
Dr. Daniel Okimoto, professor emeritus at Stanford University, recently sat down with JAPAN Forward to talk, among oth
Economy & Tech
JAPAN Forward recently had a one-on-one interview with Dr. Daniel Okimoto, professor emeritus at Stanford University.