The Japan Times
Member of AsiaMedia since January 1999
Founded in 1897, The Japan Times is Japan's most influential English-language newspaper. Under the leadership of Chairman Toshiaki Ogasawara, its subscriber list reads like a Who's Who in Japan. Whether a foreign diplomat or a Japanese government minister, whether a visiting American tourist or the CEO of a Japanese multinational, The Japan Times is a must read among the elite of the world's second largest economy. In Tokyo, it is practically a daily version of The Economist -- not exactly the largest circulation, but perhaps the most prestigious and elite.
SUBSCRIBING TO THE JAPAN TIMES
Subscribe for the latest news, sports, analysis and features from Japan and around the world.
Subscribe Daily: 3,900 yen per month
Monthly Bound Volume: 7,350 yen Monthly rates for domestic subscriptions (tax included)
How to contact The Japan Times Circulation Department in Japan:
Toll-free number 0120-03-6242 (Monday- Friday, 10 a.m.- 5 p.m.)
Toll-free Fax 0120-05-1298 24-hour service
Telephone (03) 3453-4350
Fax (03) 3452-1298
Inquiries concerning subscriptions can also be made via e-mail:
Or, fill out an online subscription form at: http://www.japantimes.co.jp/sales/sales_subscribe3.htm
ADVERTISING IN THE JAPAN TIMES
Contact The Japan Times Classified ad department:
Tel: (81) (03) 3453-5552
Fax: (81) (03) 3453-7085
Tel: (81) (06) 6190-7501
Fax: (81) (06) 6190-6500
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Email to: email@example.com
Note: Letters must carry the writer’s full name, address and telephone number for verification; letters should be no longer than 300 words; only original letters can be used. The editor retains the right to abridge letters and edit language deemed offensive, and is under no obligation to acknowledge receipt of letters.
Please do not inquire about letters by telephone or e-mail. Under no circumstances will letters be discussed by the editorial staff.