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JAPAN QUALITY REVIEW 介紹日本的多語言網絡雜志

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超商甜點大車拼

JQR Interview 超商甜點大車拼
超商甜點大車拼 (PDF)

超商架上整齊排列的甜點。
若沒有在1星期的試賣期間達到成果馬上就會面臨退場的命運,每個月總有好幾樣新產品來挑戰這個超級難關。
針對各家超商的熱賣甜點,我們邀請了3位美食專家來做評論。
接下來,就來看看結果吧!
 --------- JQR No.20 (2013 Jul)

Film director, Claude Gagnon

JQR Interview Film director, Claude Gagnon
Film director, Claude Gagnon (PDF)

日本看起來似乎變化很大,但其實本質上幾乎沒變
 --------- JQR No.19 (2013 Apr)

日本與長距離慢跑

JQR Interview  日本與長距離慢跑
日本與長距離慢跑 (PDF)

春天是能夠出外伸展開生鏽的腿,重塑迎接炎夏心情的絕佳季節。
無論是什麼運動都需要其特有的穿著及配備、運動場地、泳池以及對應的對手和朋友。
但只有慢跑什麼都不需要,只要走到室外,接著起跑就可以了。
不過當要跑長距離這樣的時間競賽時,還是必須將身體狀況做某種程度的調整,其中最重要的便是毅力。
日本人是個尤其熱愛慢跑的民族,無論是馬拉松或接力賽,都可見全國前仆後繼地熱烈為跑者們加油。
學校裡也有馬拉松日的活動,電視上也會播出24小時馬拉松的節目。
那麼,對外國人而言,在這個國傢慢跑是怎麼樣的體驗呢?
在這裡,JQR 編輯部邀請了三位慢跑超級愛好者的外國男性和我們分享《在日本慢跑》的話題。
 --------- JQR No.19 (2013 Apr)

Stephen Cox

JQR Interview Stephen Cox
Stephen Cox (PDF)

Havas Worldwide Tokyo總經理
日本消費者追求的是超越產品的品牌價值
 --------- JQR No.18 (2013 Jan)

Roderick Lappin

JQR Interview Roderick Lappin
Roderick Lappin (PDF)

NEC聯想日本公司執行總裁
日本消費電子大廠失去了全球性競爭力
 --------- JQR No.17 (2012 Dec)

穎川晉 教授

JQR Interview 穎川晉 教授
穎川晉 教授 (PDF)

東京慈惠會醫科大學泌尿科
病例暴增的攝護腺癌之現狀
 --------- JQR No.17 (2012 Dec)

François Trausch

JQR Interview François Trausch
François Trausch (PDF)

奇異不動產投資顧問亞太地區執行長
東京現在還在持續進行都市開發。日本不動產業界:超乎預期的成長
 --------- JQR No.16 (2012 Oct)

住在京都歷史、靜謐以及便利性

JQR Interview 住在京都歷史、靜謐以及便利性
住在京都歷史、靜謐以及便利性 (PDF)

我們靜靜坐在法然院的外側長廊,眺望著洋溢跨越時空魅力的中庭,亮晃晃的秋天陽光與和煦的微風,這裡很有京都風情,除了我們至少長相根本不像日本人的“外國人”......。
雖說住在日本的泰半外國人,都認為東京才是自己的活動據點,但覺得全世界沒有像京都這麼棒的地方的外國人,也不在少數。
JQR為了探究其原因,於是去問了住在京都的三位外籍人士。
 --------- JQR No.16 (2012 Oct)

東京的自行車通勤

JQR Interview 東京的自行車通勤
東京的自行車通勤 (PDF)

在您的職場裡,是否有同事每天穿著全套自行車服或相關配備,滿身大汗地進公司呢?
就像超級英雄似地,眨眼間換上帥氣的西裝,順利談妥高難度的生意,下班時又不知到哪兒去換回自行車服,颯爽地踏上歸途。
這樣的景象,最近在東京市中心也很常見。
JQR邀請了3位以自行車通勤的上班族,為您解開其中的謎團。
這些超級英雄的秘密,是否會就此曝光呢?
 --------- JQR No.11 (2012 Apr)

Hiking in Japanese Mountains (English)

JQR Interview Hiking in Japanese Mountains
Hiking in Japanese Mountains (PDF) (English)

Japan is certainly a crowded land. Although the whole world knows about its highest peak, Mt Fuji, most people are under the impression that apart from the famous volcano, nature has all but disappeared beneath skyscrapers and amusement parks.
Few are aware of the magnificent untouched mountain ranges that force the populace to build dense cities on the lower coastal shores.
The Northern Alps, Yatsugatake Mountains, and the Southern Alps are just some of the mountain ranges in Japan.
We asked three foreign hiking enthusiasts to describe their passionate relationship with nature, while living in one of the most crowded cities on the planet.
 --------- JQR No.10 (2012 Feb)

Has Japanese cuisine real reasons to be trendy? (English)

JQR Interview Has Japanese cuisine real reasons to be trendy?
Has Japanese cuisine real reasons to be trendy? (PDF) (English)

Japanese food has boomed out around the world, first with sushi-shops everywhere, and now the Japanese-style dining has become a fascination for its healthiness and balanced diet.
Some writers even say it's the best healthy, anti-aging food, thanks to its bases of soy and fish.
JQR has met with three foreign men of various backgrounds to see if their daily diet had really changed and how Japanese food has affected their life since they have been living in Japan.
 --------- JQR No.08 (2011 Dec)

Commuter Trains and the Train Situation (English)

JQR Interview Commuter Trains and the Train Situation
Commuter Trains and the Train Situation (PDF) (English)

Station attendants shove limbs poking out from doorways back inside, trying to squeeze just one more passenger into the already overfull train cars...
The foreign media often use this image of commuter trains as symbolic of Japan, portraying it as some strange rigorous test of endurance.
We spoke with three foreign residents from Australia, Russia and China with actual experience of Japanese commuter trains, asking them what they thought of them compared with the situation in their home countries.
Do Japanese commuter trains get a thumbs up 👍🏿, or a thumbs down 👎🏿?
 --------- JQR No.02 (2011 Jun)

Jun-ichi Nishizawa, Professor (English)

JQR Interview Jun-ichi Nishizawa, Professor
Jun-ichi Nishizawa, Professor (PDF) (English)

Engineer, Sophia University Special Professor
I’m always dreaming. New ideas, better ways to do something...
That kind of thing.
 --------- JQR No.01 (2011 May)

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