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682PRIME MINISTER'S DIARYSuper Senior Triathlete Races On At eighty-five, Japan’s Hiromu Inada holds the world record as the oldest Ironman Triathlon finisher—and isn’t done yetFormer NHK announcer Motoyo Yamane works tirelessly to give Japan’s children the power of effective speechA Lovely and Compelling Voice for LifeMaking a Society of Health and Longevity a RealityAn interview with Vice-Minister for Health, Chief Medical & Global Health Officer Yasuhiro Suzuki of the Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare The New Seniors Who Are Changing Japan Seniors here don’t consider themselves old, and are determined to stay useful, keep growing and follow their own lifestylesLong Live Shiga Through better diets, healthier lifestyles and social proactive and practical actions, Shiga Prefecture’s men now live the longest lives in JapanPOLICY-RELATED NEWSJapan Opens a Door to Fourth-Generation Japanese AbroadSCIENCE & TECHNOLOGYRideable Androids: Changing the Definition of Vehicles101214

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