Founded in 1897, The Japan Times is Japan’s oldest English-language daily newspaper offering unrivaled diversity and independent reporting on Japan.

For 120 years, The Japan Times has served as the world’s window to Japan and has been highly regarded by international influencers and business readers in Japan and across the globe.

Since 2013, The Japan Times has been distributed in partnership with The International New York Times (formerly The International Herald Tribune).

The newspaper is a trusted source of valuable information for the non-Japanese market in Japan and internationally minded Japanese.

A 10-year database of published country reports (2007-2017) which thoroughly discuss Japan’s bilateral trade relations and investments overseas can be viewed by clicking on this link: http://info.japantimes.co.jp/international-reports/wer

These reports were produced by our sister company, World Eye Reports.

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Statistics

Readership
Online readership (Page views per month)
Monthly online unique users
The percentage of English speaking foreigners The Japan Times reaches in the three largest metropolitan areas of Tokyo, Nagoya and Osaka
The percentage of board members and managers
The percentage of undergraduate and graduate degree holders by circulation

Reports

  • The Japan Times – Philippines Report 2018

    Through strong leadership and the establishment of real economic drivers, the Philippines has transformed itself into a leading Southeast Asian investment destination. Despite impressive economic growth, there are ‘growing pains’ for the country to address and infrastructure acceleration is high on the government’s ten point Socioeconomic Agenda.
  • The Japan Times – Indonesia Report 2018

    Since Japan and Indonesia established bilateral relations in 1958, much has been achieved. Trust, investment and a spirit of partnership have enabled the relationship to grow beyond economic and political ties and encompass friendship and social responsibility. Over the last decade, Japan has become one of Indonesia’s top export destinations.
  • The Japan Times – The Netherlands Report 2018

    In 1609, the Dutch and Japanese established their first official trade-relations. As the relationship flourished, Dutch traders were granted the Dejima Island as a trading post in 1641 and were the only Europeans permitted on Japanese territory.