Tag "Japán"

(HU) Sushi válogatás az ALDI-ban

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A hydrogen-powered tractor is being developed by a Japanese machine manufacturer

Kubota is preparing for a huge step: the Japanese tractor and agricultural machinery manufacturer is scheduled to launch the world’s first hydrogen-powered, fuel-cell tractor in 2025, agrarszektor.hu wrote. The machines,...

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Retail sales in Japan declined more significantly than expected in February

Retail sales in Japan fell more sharply than analysts expected in February, when a decline was recorded for the first time since September last year. In February, retail sales fell...

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Sapporo ‘vending machine land’ store begins selling insect snacks, other unusual items

Japan’s northernmost prefecture Hokkaido has seen the opening of its first store specializing in selling unusual items including insect snacks from vending machines in its capital Sapporo in late January....

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(HU) Innovatív japán ötletek evéshez, iváshoz – A nap képe

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The grape, from which a single bunch is worth a thousand dollars

The special grape variety is grown in only one place in the world. You have to pay a price for pepper for a special quality, a single cluster can be...

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Kirin tests robotic hands for beer gift box assembly as Japan’s labor shortage looms

Kirin is demonstrating how in-house robotic hands can replace manual labor in Japan’s increasingly aging workforce. Robots designed at Kirin’s Brewery’s Package Innovation Laboratory are being tested in product assortment...

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Japanese companies continue to play an important role in the growth of the Hungarian economy

Japanese companies continue to play an important role in the further growth of the Hungarian economy, and when they think about expanding into the European market, they are among the...

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Tokyo 2020 – G7 leaders support Japan’s Olympic commitment

The leaders of the world’s seven most advanced industrialized nations (G7) have assured Japan of their commitment to host a safe and peaceful Olympics and Paralympics in Tokyo this summer....

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Szijjártó: Hungarian pig exports to Japan may resume

Hungarian pig exports to Japan may resume – the Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade announced on his Facebook page. Szijjártó Péter wrote: as a result of long months of...

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Consumer prices in Japan fell in December

In December, consumer prices in Japan fell more than expected and the annual average price was also lower than in the previous year. According to a report by the Tokyo...

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Beer is not lost, it is only transformed

Due to the coronavirus crisis, plenty of beer is left in stock in Japan, but it is not wasted, but – following the rule of conserving energy – it only...

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Britain Signs First Major Post-Brexit Trade Deal With Japan

Britain and Japan formally signed a trade agreement on Friday, marking Britain’s first big post-Brexit deal on trade, as it continues to struggle to agree on a deal with its...

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Nébih: Hungary can again transport poultry products to Thailand and Japan

From October 7, the Thai and from October 8, the Japanese authorities also lifted the restrictions on entire Hungary due to the latest bird flu – the National Food Chain...

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Japan: increased investment in online grocery

In response to more consumers staying at home, retailers in Japan are investing more in their online grocery offer. In May 2020, Lawson expanded the scope of stores offering the...

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Watermelon Bag – Picture of the day

Beautiful handcrafted leather bag designed to carry large round watermelon, made by Japanese leather bag maker Tsuchiya Kaban....

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The popular coffee chain in Japan also thinks of those who work from home

The latest store at the Japanese cafe Starbucks is designed to be completely contactless, and those who work from home can jump in for coffee at any time so that...

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Japan is slowly running out of credit card combinations

In Japan, since the start of the new type of coronavirus pandemic, credit card use has started to grow to such an extent that newly issued cards are slowly running...

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A single bunch of grapes sold for 1.3 million yens

A bunch of red grapes sold at a record price of almost 4 million HUF in Japan at the first auction of the season – portfolio.hu wrote. A record price...

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Japanese Robot To Clock In At A Convenience Store In Test Of Retail Automation

In August, a robot vaguely resembling a kangaroo will begin stacking sandwiches, drinks and ready meals on shelves at a Japanese convenience store in a test its maker, Telexistence, hopes will...

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Pollen was transported with soap bubbles to the fruit trees by Japanese scientists

A Japanese research team has managed to fertilize pear trees with pollen transported on the surface of soap bubbles, the BBC news portal reported. Due to the global decline in...

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More than half a million forints for a Japanese melon

For the third of the previous record price, ie 220 thousand yen (626 thousand forints), a Densuke melon was sold at the season-opening melon auction in Japan. 71 melons were...

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Realistic Wooden Food – Pictures of the day

Detailed sculptures of fruits, bread, vegetables, fish, chocolate, and other food carved out of wood, made by Japanese artist Seiji Kawasaki....

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Japan is home to five million food and beverage vending machines

One of the first things that stands out to the tourist in Japan is that it is amazingly many vending machines can be found everywhere – origo wrote. In Hungary,...

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Creative toast designs by japanese artist – Picture of the day

For Manami Sasaki, the making of toast is the time to slow down and be creative in the midst of these chaotic times. Every morning, she sits down and uses...

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Vertical management faces serious challenges

Although the vertical farming sector has collected more than 1 billion USD in support since 2015, the sector faces serious challenges – agrarszektor.hu wrote. < / h2>   Vertically, global...

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We won’t be oily with the new Japanese chip bag

Potato chips are at their most delicious when you munch on them while doing something else, like watching TV, playing video games, or checking the Internet’s undisputed most important website....

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Most old companies operate in Japan

Japan is a truly a two-faced country, because it is highly developed technologically, on the one hand, and at the same time, its citizens respect the traditions of their ancestors,...

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Asia: The epicentre of innovation

A study by Lux Research claims that China, Japan and South Korea spent USD 613 billion on research and development in 2018; with this combined budget these countries finished 2nd,...

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Vertical vegetable growing in Japanese cities

The Japanese are also experimenting with a new way to help their troubled agriculture – origo wrote after Euronews.com. Vegetables are grown in cities under artificial light. Vertical crop production...

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