Sponsors

  • bridgestone
  • Idemitsu Kosan Co.,Ltd.
  • Nippon Rent-A-Car Service, Inc.
  • SEIBU HOLDINGS
  • Sumitomo Chemical Company, Limited
  • Toray Industries, Inc.
  • Mitsubishi Chemical Holdings Corporation
  • SHIMIZU CORPORATION
  • TOBU TOWER SKYTREE CO., LTD.
  • the Tokyu Group
  • TOYOTA

Next Episode

#9

UP DATE
Tue 23 May, 2017

Industries That Suffer from Shortage of Staff. Cardio Simulator That is Used Before Heart Operations.

AIRTIMES

CNBC Asia: Sun 28 May, 2017
METRO TV:Sun 28 May, 2017
USTREAM: Tue 30 May, 2017
NIKKEI CNBC:Sun 28 May, 2017

 It is said that Japanese companies suffers from a serious shortage of staff. We’ll introduce which industry suffer the most. We’ll also show you companies that strategically hire and utilize diverse employees.

 The model called ‘cardio simulator’ is cutting-edge technology, and is being lauded by surgeons. It has enormous potential to revolutionize medicine. We follow a researcher who developed the cardio simulator that would be of help to a wide range of surgical patients.

Program A

CHANNEL JAPAN RANKING

 It is said that Japanese companies suffers from a serious shortage of staff. We’ll introduce which industry suffer the most. We also focus on companies that strategically hire and utilize diverse employees.

Program A

THE DREAM KEY *

  The model called ‘cardio simulator’ is cutting-edge technology, and is being lauded by surgeons. It has enormous potential to revolutionize medicine. We follow a researcher who developed the cardio simulator that would be of help to a wide range of surgical patients.

Program A

JAPAN HERITAGE *

 We introduce various cultural assets in Japan, both tangible and intangible along with their history. This time, we have a story about Awaji Island in Hyogo Prefecture. The ‘Kuniumi Shinwa’ in Awaji Island is known as Japan’s very own creation myth and commemorates the beginnings of ‘Kojiki.’ Since long ago, fishing has flourished and they have enjoyed a food culture rich in sea food.

 * Available only on CNBC Asia.

 

Latest Episode

#8

UP DATE
Tue 16 May, 2017

The Turmeric Evangelist from Okinawa. / Regional Revitalization with “Farm Stays”.

AIRTIMES

CNBC Asia: Sun 21 May, 2017
METRO TV:Sun 21 May, 2017
USTREAM: Tue 23 May, 2017
NIKKEI CNBC:Sun 21 May, 2017

 One company in Okinawa has been researching “turmeric”, a medicinal herb, for more than 40 years. The president is known as the “turmeric evangelist”. What is his grand dream?
 ”Farm stays” allow travelers to stay in Japanese farming and fishing villages. They’re seen as a potential catalyst for attracting greater numbers of foreign tourists to outlying regions. We have a report on this new development.

Program A

WORLD BUSINESS SATELLITE 

 Pierre and his wife have come to Japan from Canada. The couple head to “Future Farm” in Wakayama Prefecture, where they can experience a “farm stay”. There, they pick oranges and even experience fishing. Pierre decided to visit Japan after seeing a website called “STAY JAPAN”. What kinds of experiences can foreign tourists get through “farm stays” in Japan?

Program A

WORLD BUSINESS SATELLITE 

 A new apparel brand has been set up, with the creative direction overseen by JUNNA, a former shop attendant who was scouted for the position. Her greatest strength is her influence over the internet. She’s a so-called charismatic ordinary person who has a huge number of followers on Instagram.

Program A

Dream Weavers *

 Okinawa Chosei Yakusou Headquarters sits next to a 20,000 square meter medicinal herb plantation. Grown there are more than 1,000 types of medicinal herbs collected from around the world. The company first gained fame with “turmeric”. From over 40 years ago, the president, who is also known as the “turmeric evangelist”, has been growing turmeric and other herbs. What is his plan for the future?

 * Available only on CNBC Asia.

 

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Sponsors

  • bridgestone
  • Idemitsu Kosan Co.,Ltd.
  • Nippon Rent-A-Car Service, Inc.
  • SEIBU HOLDINGS
  • Sumitomo Chemical Company, Limited
  • Toray Industries, Inc.
  • Mitsubishi Chemical Holdings Corporation
  • SHIMIZU CORPORATION
  • TOBU TOWER SKYTREE CO., LTD.
  • the Tokyu Group
  • TOYOTA