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Kourtney Kardashian displays her toned physique in a grey two-piece swimsuit in Tokyo

Kourtney Kardashian throws her support behind sister Kim as she dons a sizzling two-piece from Skims during a 'late night swim' in JapanBy Emer Scully For Mailonline Published: 15:59 GMT, 30 November 2019 | Updated: 16:00 GMT, 30 November 2019 e-mail View comments She regularly posts aesthetic life updates for her 84million Instagram followers. And Kourtney Kardashian has delighted her fans with five images from a late night swim in the pool of her hotel during her holiday in Tokyo, Japan. The media personality, 40, slipped into a grey two-piece swimming costume by Skims, her sister Kim Kardashian West's line of shapewear. Stunning: Kourtney Kardashian has delighted her fans with five images from a late night swim in the pool of her hotel during her holiday in Tokyo, Japan She lazed in the pool during her late night dip before showing off the slimming effect of her costume by balancing on the edge of the pool with her arms fully extended. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Sofia Richie savors the sunshine as she flaunts her bikini... Caitlyn Jenner reveals she built a 6ft WALL around her house... Kourtney Kardashian's 'overwhelmed with thankfulness' as she... I'm A Celebrity: 'You spoke sh** about Kris, that's why she... Share this article Share And in a light-hearted final image the mother-of-three even included a blurry shot of herself getting into position. She captioned the image: 'night swim.' It comes after Kourtney took a family trip to Armenia last month to go back to her roots. Comfortable: The media personality, 40, slipped into a grey two-piece swimming costume by Skims, her sister Kim Kardashian West's line of shapewear Relaxing: She lazed in the pool during her late night dip before showing off the slimming effect of her costume She harked back to the trip with Kim on Instagram on Thanksgiving Day. In one photo, she posed with her children Mason, nine, Penelope, seven, and Reig..
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Monkey ‘infects scientist with deadly herpes B virus’ in a Japanese laboratory

Monkey ‘infects scientist with deadly herpes B virus’ in a Japanese laboratory in country’s first human case of the extremely rare brain-damaging infectionThe patient is now in a critical condition after having headaches and a feverThey worked in research for an unidentified pharmaceutical companyPrimates, like macaque monkeys, carry the virus mostly with no symptomsOnly 50 cases have occurred in humans, causing 21 deathsBy Vanessa Chalmers Health Reporter For Mailonline Published: 16:35 GMT, 29 November 2019 | Updated: 16:50 GMT, 29 November 2019 e-mail View comments A monkey has infected a lab worker in Japan with the deadly herpes B virus, officials say. The scientist has not been named but is reportedly in a critical condition after suffering headaches and a fever. They are an employee of an unidentified pharmaceutical company who use macaque monkeys to conduct research. The virus is harmless to primates but nearly always fatal to humans if untreated, causing inflammation of the brain and spinal cord. It's the first time a human case has been reported in Japan, and worldwide just 50 cases have occurred in 88 years. Most of these people got infected after they were bitten or scratched by a monkey. In 1997, a researcher died from B virus infection after bodily fluid from an infected monkey splashed into her eye. A monkey has infected a lab worker in Japan with the deadly herpes B virus. They are an employee of a pharmaceutical company who use macaque monkeys (stock) for research Officials in Kagoshima City, western Japan, said the patient was working at a local company involved in the research and development of drugs. The employee reportedly assisted in studies involving monkeys, according to NHK Japan. The person visited a hospital complaining of a headache and fever. Other symptoms of the virus include shortness of breath, poor co-ordination and flu-like aches. The National Institute of Infectious Diseases confirmed earlier this month that the pat..
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Brit crowned Queen of the warblers as she beats thousands of competitors to win Karaoke Championship

British woman is crowned queen of the warblers as she beats thousands of competitors to win the Karaoke World Championships in JapanJenny Ball won the prize with performances of Queen and Jennifer Hudson songsShe was one of 40 finalists selected from 30,000 entrants for the competitionThe karaoke contest was held in its spiritual home of Japan for the first time By Oz Katerji For Mailonline and Afp Published: 15:20 GMT, 29 November 2019 | Updated: 15:25 GMT, 29 November 2019 e-mail View comments A British woman has beaten thousands of rivals to win the World Karaoke Championships in Japan. Jenny Ball won a medal and a portable microphone for her perfomances of Queen's The Show Must Go On in the semi-finals and Jennifer Hudson's And I Am Telling You in the final last night. She was one of 40 amateur warblers selected from 30,000 entrants for the competition, held in its spiritual home of Japan for the first time this year. 'Thank you so much. Arigato!' she exclaimed in English and Japanese after her victorious performance on stage. 'I don't know what to say!' World champion: British singer Jenny Ball has beaten thousands of rivals to win the World Karaoke Championships in Japan, where she is pictured with a British flag Karaoke contest: Panamanian entrant Val Monique, wearing a figure-hugging sparkly dress, performs during the Karaoke World Championships in Tokyo last night Backstage: Megan Mills of Australia, wearing a floor-length gown, clasps her hands as she waits behind the scenes to perform in the karaoke contest in Tokyo Final preparations: Siri Sorensen of the Faroe Islands, sporting a pink outfit and bright yellow hair, waits backstage ahead of her performance yesterday Accountants, teachers and economists from as far afield as the Faroe Islands, Guatemala and Brazil battled it out for the prestigious title of the world's best karaoke singer. 'Karaoke can make everyone feel for one moment like ..
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Man, 66, grows a BUBBLE under the skin when air escaped from his cancerous lung 

Man, 66, grows a BUBBLE under the skin on his back filled with air that escaped from his cancerous lungThe unnamed man had worsening pain on his back for four daysHe had been having medical procedures to drain pus, fluid and air from his lungsThis had caused air to escape into the tissue under his skin, doctors saidBy Vanessa Chalmers Health Reporter For Mailonline Published: 13:15 GMT, 29 November 2019 | Updated: 13:21 GMT, 29 November 2019 e-mail View comments A man who went to hospital with a painful lump on his back discovered it was a bubble of air which had escaped from his lung. The unidentified 66-year-old, from Japan, had suffered worsening pain on the right side of his back for a few days before he went to hospital. He was a lung cancer patient and had been having regular treatment to drain fluid and air from the linings of his lungs. Doctors said the persistent medical procedures over four months had caused passages to develop between his lungs and the skin. They could even hear bubbling beneath the skin when they listened to the lump it using a stethoscope. Without treatment, the bubble could have become so large it cut off blood flow to the skin and caused it to rot. A 66-year-old man had a huge air bubble grow on his back because gas was leaking from his cancerous lung (pictured). The bubble was tense and made noises Scans of the chest cavity showed air pockets (bottom right) had built up under the skin Dr Kaori Aso and colleagues at the Kyorin University School of Medicine, Japan, published the story in the journal BMJ Case Reports. The patient had an advanced form of adenocarcinoma, a cancer that forms in mucus-secreting glands, often inside the lungs as in this patient's case. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Is YOUR commute the most polluted in London? Interactive... Measles death toll in Samoa rises to 42 as officials blame... Feeding premature babies breast milk could reduce heart... Four PLAGUE cases in China prompt government to..
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A Japanese company asked its female employees to wear “period badges”

Would YOU wear a badge to work during your period? Initiative at Japanese store is branded 'all kinds of wrong' by critics on social mediaMichi Kake, a store in Osaka, Japan, introduced 'period badges' for employees Hope to break the stigma surrounding menstruation by opening up dialogue The store sells tech and product suited for each stage of the menstrual cycle By Claire Toureille For Mailonline Published: 18:06 GMT, 28 November 2019 | Updated: 18:06 GMT, 28 November 2019 e-mail View comments A store where female employees are encouraged to wear badges signalling when they're having periods has provoked a mixed reaction. Michi Kake in Osaka, Japan, wants to break the stigma surrounding menstruation by letting colleagues and customers know when it's that time of the month. According to Japanese publication WWD Japan, the badge represents a manga character named Seiri-chan - or Little Miss Period - which is a symbol of period in the country. It's provoked criticism on social media, with one commenter writing of the non-compulsory initiative: 'It’s all kinds of wrong. 'You can just imagine people saying she must in a bad mood because of PMS. Makes me sick to my stomach. Stupid move in 2019.' Another wrote: 'Any employer that asked me to wear a badge when I'm on my period would be getting sued.' A new store dedicated to all things period in Osaka, Japan, encouraged its female staff to wear period badges Women said they felt the initiative was a terrible idea, with some saying they'd try to sue their employers for making them wear such a badge Michi Kake's products are dedicated to female sexual health and periods. They include bedding, clothing, sanitary products, cosmetics for women going through 'that time of the month.' RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 2 Next Tinder-loving 'cougar', 83, who's had dozens of flings with... H&M announces ANOTHER designer co..
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Manchester City owners purchase EIGHTH club as they take majority stake in Indian side Mumbai City

Manchester City owners purchase their EIGHTH club as they take majority stake in Indian side Mumbai City... with clubs in Brazil and Mexico being targeted in the futureBy Press Association Sport Staff Published: 11:23 GMT, 28 November 2019 | Updated: 11:27 GMT, 28 November 2019 e-mail View comments The City Football Group has acquired a majority stake in its eighth football club. Sportsmail reported on Wednesday that a deal would be completed over the next 48 hours, and now the group, which owns Manchester City, has agreed a deal to take a 65 per cent stake in Mumbai City FC in the Indian Super League. CFG also has majority stakes in New York City in the US, Melbourne City FC in Australia, Yokohama F. Marinos in Japan, Club Atletico Torque in Uruguay, Girona FC in Spain and Sichuan Jiuniu FC in China. Manchester City owners have taken a 65 per cent stake in Indian outfit Mumbai City RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Indian side Mumbai City to be Manchester City owners' EIGHTH... REVEALED: Man United and City splurged eye-watering £50m... 'We have to win all the matches... they are finals for us':... 'Raheem Sterling has become a leader, both on and off the... Share this article Share CFG chairman Khaldoon Al Mubarak said on cityfootballgroup.com: 'We believe that this investment will deliver transformative benefits to Mumbai City FC, to City Football Group and to Indian Football as a whole. 'City Football Group is committed to the future of football in India and to the potential for Mumbai City FC within that future. 'We are very much looking forward to playing an active role in Mumbai City FC's fan and local communities, and working with our co-owners to further develop the club as quickly as possible.' The news comes a day after it was announced American technology company Silver Lake had acquired a 10 per cent stake in CFG in a £389million investment deal that values the group at £3.73billion. That takes t..
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Behaviour of the Wallabies in Japan during the World Cup forces Australian rugby boss to apologise

Behaviour of Wallabies team in Japan during the World Cup forces Australian rugby boss to write a letter of apologyRugby Australia chief has reportedly written an apologetic letter to World RugbyShe tried to make amends for the squad's criticism of tournament organisersUnnamed source said she apologised for presenting 'us against them' attitude Head coach Michael Cheika criticised refereeing decisions repeatedly in JapanBy Charlie Coë For Daily Mail Australia and Australian Associated Press Published: 00:22 GMT, 27 November 2019 | Updated: 00:28 GMT, 27 November 2019 e-mail View comments Rugby Australia chief Raelene Castle reportedly felt compelled to write a letter of apology over the behaviour of the Wallabies squad at the World Cup. Tournament organisers were said to have been unhappy with a number of the Australian contingent in Japan, including former coach Michael Cheika. An unnamed source who saw Castle's letter said she had made a bid to make amends for Cheika's criticism of World Rugby and referees, and presenting a general 'us against them' attitude during the tournament. Scroll down for video Rugby Australia chief Raelene Castle (left) reportedly felt compelled to write a letter of apology over the behaviour of the Wallabies squad, including then coach Michael Cheika (right) at the World Cup Sources told The Sydney Morning Herald the apology was also to do with Australian management issues during the Wallabies five-week stay in Japan. Cheika in particular criticised the decision to slap Wallabies winger Reece Hodge with a three-week suspension for a dangerous tackle on Fiji's Peceli Yato, which left World Rugby bosses unimpressed. 'If there is one bloke World Rugby is not listening to it's me - no matter what language I spoke to them in,' the now-departed coach said. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Natural disasters, sporting heroics and Israel Folau's day... Inside the abandoned rug..
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Students in Japan will be able to send a robot to go to school in their place when they’re sick

Students in Japan will be able to send a robot to go to school in their place when they're sickA school outside of Tokyo will let sick students send robots to class in their placeThe robots will be controlled remotely by tablet and deliver a live camera feedStudents will also be able to speak through a mic and rotate its headBy Michael Thomsen For Dailymail.com Published: 23:54 GMT, 26 November 2019 | Updated: 23:54 GMT, 26 November 2019 e-mail View comments A school district in Japan has begun a pilot program that will let sick school children send a robot to the classroom in their place. The program is being conducted at the Tomobe-Higashi special support school in Kasama, a city 60 miles north of Tokyo. The robot model is called Ori Hime, and is developed by Ory Laboratory. Scroll down for video A Japanese school near Tokyo is conducting a pilot program allowing sick students to attend classes using a robotic avatar called Ori Hime (pictured above) The Ori Hime robot is a small bust-sized robot designed to be placed on a counter top or desk. It has two flap-like arms and a camera mounted in its head, all of which can be controlled remotely via a touchscreen tablet interface. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next People with polarized political views are more likely to be... Microsoft says 80,000 computers were hijacked by malware... Sending unsolicited nude images is set to become a crime:... Binge drinking among women DOUBLES in a decade: Researchers... Share this article Share Since October 31, sick students at Tomobe-Higashi school have each been assigned their own Ori Hime stand in, which is placed on their desk, giving them a live feed of the classroom through the head-mounted camera. Remote students will be able to speak into a mic and the Ori Hime will broadcast their voice through built-in speakers. Students will also be able to rotate the robots head to look at different areas of the class room, as well as command it to perform simple ..
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CHRISTOPHER STEVENS reviews last night’s TV: £80 for a high-tech mug to keep tea hot!

CHRISTOPHER STEVENS reviews last night's TV: £80 for a high-tech mug to keep tea hot! Why not buy a Thermos?By Christopher Stevens for the Daily Mail Published: 02:01 GMT, 25 November 2019 | Updated: 02:01 GMT, 25 November 2019 e-mail View comments How To Spend It Well At Christmas Rating: Our Guy In Japan Rating: The five magical words that sum up the yuletide spirit are not Tiny Tim's cry of 'God bless us, every one!' in Dickens's A Christmas Carol. No, the phrase that counts is: 'Did you keep the receipt?' Few festive sensations are more miserable than the one of unwrapping a pressie that you loathe... especially if you've spent a small fortune on a gift in return. Phillip Schofield seemed determined on How To Spend It Well At Christmas (ITV) to seek out the most egregious wastes of money, the most pitiful presents that anyone would dread finding under the tree on December 25 — then urged us to buy them. Phillip Schofield (with his wife Steph) seemed determined to seek out the most egregious wastes of money and urge us to buy them RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next CHRISTOPHER STEVENS reviews last night's TV: Killer question... CHRISTOPHER STEVENS reviews last night's TV: Welcome to the... Share this article Share Most highly recommended was a voucher for a morning spent in an ice-cold lake trying to balance on boots that boost you aloft on jets of water. Half an hour of being bruised and half-drowned costs £95. Second place was awarded to a bottle of champagne with your face engraved on the glass — which, of course, doubled the cost. And if you had cash left over, Phillip warmly approved of a battery powered mug that keeps tea warm for an hour — at £79.95. Here's an idea: Sellotape a selfie to a bottle of prosecco and treat yourself to a Thermos. You've just saved a hundred quid. Every year this show adds to my conviction that, at its worst, Christmas can be a horrible waste of everyone&#..
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Chris Hemsworth is mobbed by fans for selfies as he jets into Sydney

Chris Hemsworth is mobbed by fans for selfies as he jets into Sydney... after showing off Thor's hammers at Tokyo Comic ConBy Chloe-lee Longhetti For Daily Mail Australia Published: 00:31 GMT, 25 November 2019 | Updated: 00:34 GMT, 25 November 2019 e-mail View comments Chris Hemsworth was mobbed by fans for selfies as he jetted into Sydney on Monday. The 36-year-old cut a casual figure on the day, wearing a white T-shirt and jeans, and looked relaxed as he made his way through Sydney Airport. The Thor star had flown from Japan, having made an appearance and showing off his Marvel character's hammers at Tokyo Comic Con. Back on home soil: Chris Hemsworth was mobbed by fans for selfies as he jetted into Sydney on Monday... after showing off Thor's hammers at Tokyo Comic Con The star - who hails from Melbourne but is based in Byron Bay - wore black jeans on the day with grey kicks. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Thor blimey, he just doesn't stop! Chris Hemsworth shows off... Elsa Pataky reveals she and Chris Hemsworth bonded over... Elsa Pataky dotes on her three young children and lets them... Liam Hemsworth goes surfing in Malibu after his... Share this article Share He looked effortlessly cool with a dark pair of sunglasses on and a chain. Pulling along a suitcase and carrying a backpack, Chris made his way through the terminal with some eager fans running up to the star to take selfies, with Chris happily obliging. A Hollywood arrival! He looked effortlessly cool with a dark pair of sunglasses on and a chain How nice! Pulling along a suitcase and carrying a backpack, Chris made his way through the terminal with some eager fans running up to the star to take selfies, with Chris happily obliging Peace out: At one point, as Chris made his way into an awaiting car, he flashed a smile and the peace sign At one point, as Chris made his way into an awaiting car, he flashed a smile and the peace sign. Chris enjoyed a short tri..
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Oisin Murphy beats Frankie Dettori and Ryan Moore to ride Suave Richard to £2,167,824 Japan Cup win

'It's a dream come true': Oisin Murphy beats former winners Frankie Dettori and Ryan Moore to ride Suave Richard to £2,167,824 jackpot prize at Japan Cup – then aims for more global winsOisin Murphy rode the Yasushi Shono-trained Suave Richard to Japan Cup gloryThe champion jockey moved to the rail for a three-quarters of a length victoryThe five-year-old had lost his previous seven before winning the £2,167,824 prizeMurphy was set to ride runner-up Curren Bouquetd'or but did not make weightBy Marcus Townend for MailOnline Published: 16:48 GMT, 24 November 2019 | Updated: 16:48 GMT, 24 November 2019 e-mail View comments Oisin Murphy has crowned a season in which he claimed his first champion Flat jockey title with victory in the Japan Cup in Tokyo. Murphy secured the £2.16m first prize on locally-trained Suave Richard. Murphy joins Pat Eddery, Ryan Moore, Brian Rouse, Michael Roberts and three-time winner Frankie Dettori as British-based jockeys successful in Japan's biggest race. Oisin Murphy admitted his relief after winning his first major race in Japan on Suave Richard The champion jocket picked up the prize of well over £2m after surging to victory in Tokyo Five-year-old Suave Richard switched to the rail to record a momentous first victory in eight RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Frankie Dettori to ride at International Jockeys'... Frankie's French thriller: Dettori continues stunning form... Oisin Murphy loses rides after failing alcohol test at... 'Champion? I still can't believe it': Oisin Murphy's shock... Share this article Share Suave Richard was third at the top of the straight in the 12-furlong contest but switched to the rail by Murphy found an extra burst to grab the lead. Murphy's mount went on to win by three-quarters of a length with Curren Bouquetd'or second and Wagnerian third. Murphy said: 'It's a dream come true to have won this race. The Japan Cup is o..
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Jude Law and Orlando Bloom greet a throng of fans at Tokyo Comic Con

Jude Law steps out in causally cool style and Orlando Bloom films bustling crowds on his phone as they greet a throng of fans at Tokyo Comic ConBy Ryan Smith for MailOnline Published: 09:10 GMT, 24 November 2019 | Updated: 09:14 GMT, 24 November 2019 e-mail View comments He thrilled fans when he arrived for the opening of Comic Con in Toyko on Friday. And Jude Law, 46, continued to soak up the festivities surrounding the convention on Sunday, when he stepped out to greet fans at Makuhari Messe. Also on board for the occasion was fellow British actor Orlando Bloom, 42, who used his phone to film the bustling crowd as he took to the stage at the venue. Stepping out: (L-R) Jude Law and Orlando Bloom stepped out for Tokyo's Comic Con on Sunday Alfie heartthrob Jude stepped out in casually cool style, donning a black V-neck top under a matching jacket, which he teamed with a pair of striped drawstring bottoms. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Charlie's Angels reboot sees the leading ladies ditch... TALK OF THE TOWN: Robbie Williams ditches his £18million... Saturday Night Live: Will Ferrell returns triumphant and... Reese Witherspoon keeps it casual on an evening run to the... Share this article Share The Lord Of The Rings star Orlando, meanwhile, arrived wearing a dark button-down shirt under a matching jacket with loose-fitting bottoms. With a navy knitted beanie covering his mane, the screen star rounded out his relaxed ensemble with a pair of taupe running shoes. Casually cool style: Alfie heartthrob Jude made his way onto the stage in casually cool style All-black: The 46-year-old screen star donned a black V-neck top under a matching jacket Outfit: The stylish actor rounded out his ensemble with a pair of striped drawstring bottoms Open: Jude was among the stars spotted in attendance on Comic Con's opening day on Friday Peace: he flashed a peace sign to the enthusiastic audience as he greeted them from the stage In the midst of e..
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NIK SIMON’S GAIN LINE: Crocked Mark Wilson is likely to miss start of the Six Nations

NIK SIMON'S GAIN LINE: Crocked Mark Wilson is likely to miss start of the Six Nations in injury blow for England coach Eddie JonesMark Wilson is a doubt for the start of the tournament due to a knee problemSam Warburton and Martyn Williams will relinquish their roles at Cardiff Blues Leicester trio George Ford, Jonny May and Ellis Genge are soon out of contractSale Sharks are looking into the possibility of building their own stadium By Nik Simon For The Mail On Sunday Published: 22:31 GMT, 23 November 2019 | Updated: 22:31 GMT, 23 November 2019 e-mail View comments World Cup finalist Mark Wilson is likely to miss the start of the Six Nations after undergoing knee surgery on Thursday. The England flanker, who has joined Sale on a loan move from Newcastle, was injured in Japan and will not return to club action until late January at the earliest, by which time Eddie Jones' squad will already be gathering for their Six Nations camp. Sale boss Steve Diamond said: 'It was right to operate on Mark. He should be fit by January 25 and he'll start with us on February 1.' Mark Wilson is a doubt for the beginning of the Six Nations after undergoing knee surgery Wilson impressed for Eddie Jones' side as a replacement, particularly against New Zealand RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next 'I hated becoming a professional rugby player': England star... Saracens 44-3 Ospreys: Defending champions cruise to victory... Saracens hooker Jamie George confirms he WILL play for... Joe Cokanasiga will be out until 2020 after returning from... Share this article Share England kick off their Six Nations campaign against France on February 2. It is a double blow for Jones after Bath winger Joe Cokanasiga was sent for intense rehabilitation on a knee injury from the World Cup. England fans face travel disruptions for the Six Nations opener against France in Paris. Eurostar services from London St Pancras to Gare du Nord will be limited bec..
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Are you flush enough to buy a superloo?

Are you flush enough to buy a superloo? From the £10,500 throne fit for a king to the £5,100 option with an air shield, we review the 'smart' toiletsTrend for luxury toilets has come from Japan, where commodes are a necessityGrowing array of 'smart' loos are now transforming toilet visits into an art formInclude loos with smartphone apps that control seat temperature and speakersBy Antonia Hoyle for the Daily Mail Published: 01:19 GMT, 23 November 2019 | Updated: 01:27 GMT, 23 November 2019 e-mail View comments Theirs was an edge-of-the-seat announcement. This week, a team of scientists claimed to have found the solution to a self-cleaning loo. Applied to bowls, their nanotechnology-inspired, spray-on product claims to keep your toilet pristine at all times. Poppycock? Not necessarily. A growing array of 'smart' loos are transforming toilet visits into a technically-impressive art form and lavatory-goers, it seems, can't get enough. The trend for luxury loos has come from Japan, where electric commodes are de rigueur, but demand in Britain is increasing every year. From smartphone apps that control seat temperature to built-in speakers and UV lid lights, Antonia Hoyle investigates the surprisingly sci-fi ways to spend a penny — if you're feeling flush, that is. A growing array of 'smart' loos are transforming toilet visits into a technically-impressive art form and lavatory-goers, it seems, can't get enough £10,500 throne fit for a king Washlet Neorest, toto.com Not so much a toilet as a bathroom throne, the Washlet Neorest AC costs a whopping £10,500 and comes from Toto, the Japanese manufacturer which boasts its own toilet museum in southern Japan. But what on earth do you get for your money? There's a sensor-activated lid, automatic flush, heated seat and 'premist' function that sprays water around the bowl before ablutions begin. It also has an inbuilt bidet function that negates the..
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Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp fears for injured Mohamed Salah with possible Olympic call-up

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp fears for injured Mohamed Salah with forward facing a third consecutive summer international tournament as Egypt are keen to call-up their talisman to next summer's OlympicsMohamed Salah played for Egypt in the World Cup and African Cup of NationsThe Egyptian has also been troubled by an ankle problem so far this season Jurgen Klopp has frequently called for greater protection of players' schedules Salah is a doubt for Liverpool's trip to Crystal Palace in the Premier League By Richard Tanner For The Daily Mail Published: 22:30 GMT, 22 November 2019 | Updated: 22:30 GMT, 22 November 2019 e-mail View comments Jurgen Klopp's frequently-voiced concerns over the fixture demands placed on top players have been deepened by the prospect of Mo Salah being called-up by Egypt for the Olympics next summer. It is understood Egyptian FA officials are keen for the talismanic Liverpool striker to be one of three 'over-age' players in their Under 23 squad for Japan. That would mean the striker facing a third consecutive summer international tournament after appearing for his country in the World Cup in 2018 and the African Cup of Nations earlier this year. Jurgen Klopp is keen for Mohamed Salah to have a complete summer off at end of this season Salah (seen training on Thursday) is a doubt for Liverpool's trip to Crystal Palace on Saturday RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Liverpool fan who displayed offensive banner featuring... 'I think Mohamed Salah and Andrew Robertson will play':... 'We have to be sensible': Jurgen Klopp faces nervous wait to... Jurgen Klopp insists Joe Gomez is 'better than good' as... Share this article Share And the prospect of Salah coming off the back of what could be a 60-game plus season for club and country to head to the Olympics is clearly not something Klopp is relishing. He will prefer that the striker has a complete break next summer and ..
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Japan’s Emperor Naruhito arrives at Shrine to ‘report to gods’ that he has completed enthronement

Japan's Emperor Naruhito arrives at Grand Shrine to 'report to the gods' that he has completed the final rites of enthronementJapan's emperor Naruhitu and empress Masako today visited a Shinto shrine in central Japan to report to godsEmperor Naruhitu reported to the gods that he had completed two major rites signifying his enthronementThis signifies completion of his enthronement process, 29 years after his father the former Emperor AkihitoBy Milly Vincent For Mailonline Published: 16:50 GMT, 22 November 2019 | Updated: 16:53 GMT, 22 November 2019 e-mail View comments Advertisement Japan's emperor Naruhitu and empress Masako today visited Ise Jingu, a Shinto shrine in central Japan to report to the gods that two major rites had been completed, signifying Naruhitu's official enthronement. The pair arrived separately, with Emperor Naruhito in the same horse drawn cart as his father the former Emperor Akihito 29 years before him. Empress Masako arrived to the extensive temple complex in a vehicle due to her horse allergy. The couple prayed at the Geku outer shrine which is dedicated to the goddess of clothing, food and housing. Japan's Emperor Naruhito (centre) attends a ritual at the Ise Grand Shrine of Geku with Empress Masako (not pictured), in Ise, Mie Prefecture, Japan, 22 November 2019 The ritual ceremony marks the end of major rites following the emperor's enthronement Naruhito ascended the Chrysanthemum Throne on 01 May 2019 after his father, Emperor Emeritus Akihito, abdicated on 30 April 2019. Naruhito was officially proclaimed Emperor of Japan on 22 October 2019 Emperor Naruhitu was dressed in a traditional Korozen no goho, a burnt umber coloured robe while the empress wore a court kimono. The rites completed by the emperor since his ascent to the Chrysanthemum Throne on May 1 include announcing his enthronement to the international audience, which he did in October at the 'Sokuirei Seiden no gi&#039..
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Eerie photos show the deserted streets of Shibuya in Tokyo before Typhoon Hagibis

The calm before the storm: Eerie images show the deserted streets of Tokyo's normally bustling Shibuya district before deadly Typhoon HagibisPhotographer Alex Knight captured the haunting images in what is usually one of Tokyo's busiest districts He snapped them just hours before the storm, the deadliest in Japan for decades, struck the city Alex told MailOnline Travel: 'Seeing it empty, especially at 6pm on a Saturday night, is just unheard of'By Jennifer Newton for MailOnline Published: 16:06 GMT, 22 November 2019 | Updated: 16:07 GMT, 22 November 2019 e-mail View comments Advertisement Tokyo's Shibuya district is usually swamped with people. Up to 2,500 people walk across its famous crossing at a time and the station there handles over two million people daily. All of which makes these images incredibly eerie. They show the district looking almost deserted as the city prepared for the onslaught of Typhoon Hagibis in October. The storm was one of the most deadly to strike Japan in decades and brought with it heavy rain and winds of up to 140mph. At least 80 people across the country were killed. Before the storm, Tokyo residents were told to stay at home but before the winds got too fierce, Australian photographer Alex Knight, who lives in the city, decided to grab his camera to document the unusually empty streets. He told MailOnline Travel: 'The vibe while I was taking the photos was pretty surreal. I have lived in the area for a few years now and seeing it empty, especially at 6pm on a Saturday night, is just unheard of. It was actually really cool wandering the empty streets. It felt like I had the whole place to myself, with the exception of a few other people hanging around.' Scroll down to see his haunting images... This incredible picture shows the Shibuya Crossing before the storm, which is usually teeming with thousands of people Before the storm, Tokyo residents were told to stay at home. But Alex added: &#039..
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Jude Law looks handsome in a slightly unbuttoned shirt and suede navy suit at Tokyo Comic Con

Jude Law looks devilishly handsome in a slightly unbuttoned shirt and suede navy suit at Tokyo Comic ConBy Charlotte Dean For Mailonline Published: 11:34 GMT, 22 November 2019 | Updated: 11:34 GMT, 22 November 2019 e-mail View comments He has touched down in Tokyo for Comic Con. And Jude Law put on a stylish display as he arrived to entertain the crowds at the event held at the Makuhari Messe event hall in Japan on Friday. The actor, 46, looked seriously suave for his appearance as he rocked a crisp slightly unbuttoned white shirt, which revealed a smattering of chest hair. Showman: Jude Law put on a stylish display as he arrived to entertain the crowds at the event held at the Makuhari Messe event hall in Japan on Friday He teamed the shirt with a two-piece suede navy suit, including a smart jacket which was fastened across his middle with two buttons and matching trousers. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Cindy Crawford shares 'girl power' packed WCW throwback from... Dame Judi Dench TERRIFIES fans in the Cats trailer so much... Sadie Frost, 54, cuts a casual figure as she attends adidas... It's a fairytale! A casual Rove McManus and Tanya Hennessy... Share this article Share Jude finished his look with a pair of black dress shoes, which appeared to be Christian Louboutin judging by the red soles of the shoes. The Alfie star appeared to be throwing his look back to his younger years, as he displayed a head of blonde highlights for the outing. Suave: The actor, 46, looked seriously suave for his appearance as he rocked a crisp slightly unbuttoned white shirt, which revealed a smattering of chest hair Beaming: He teamed the shirt with a two-piece suede navy suit, including a smart jacket which was fastened across his middle with two buttons and matching trousers Jude was joined at the event by some famous faces including Thor actor Chris Hemsworth, who came on stage brandishing a number of hammers. The 36-year-old looked relaxed and ..
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Chris Hemsworth shows off his hammers as he makes an appearance at Tokyo Comic Con

God of thunder! Chris Hemsworth shows off his hammers as he makes an appearance at Tokyo Comic ConBy Marta Jary For Daily Mail Australia Published: 10:33 GMT, 22 November 2019 | Updated: 10:33 GMT, 22 November 2019 e-mail View comments Chris Hemsworth was embracing his inner Thor at Tokyo Comic Con, in Makuhari Messe, Japan, on Saturday. The Australian actor came on stage brandishing a number of hammers, hamming it up for the crowd. The 36-year-old looked relaxed and casually chic in an all-black ensemble that showed off his fit form. God of thunder! Chris Hemsworth (pictured) showed off his hammers during an appearance at Tokyo Comic Con on Saturday Chris opted for a black button-up worn partly open over a simple shirt in the same dark tone. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next 'A side effect of frequent air travel is dehydrated ears':... Liam Hemsworth goes surfing in Malibu after his... Chris Hemsworth's wife Elsa Pataky blasts Miley Cyrus and... Konnichi wa! Hollywood star Chris Hemsworth looks hunky as... Share this article Share He added a pair of black skinny jeans that clung to his muscular legs, completing the monochrome look. A touch of colour came in the form of well-loved brown leather boots with a slight heel. A look! The 36-year-old looked relaxed and casually chic in an all-black ensemble that showed off his fit form Shirty: Chris opted for a black button-up worn partly open over a simple shirt in the same dark tone Slim fit: He added a pair of black skinny jeans that clung to his muscular legs, completing the monochrome look Booted: A touch of colour came in the form of well-loved brown leather boots with a slight heel Details: He also added a number of silver bracelets on his wrists along with a chunky watch He also added a number of silver bracelets on his wrists along with a chunky black watch. The action hero seemed in good spirits as he took questions from the crowd, striking poses and smiling widely. He wa..
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The Block’s Scott Cam shares a rare family photo from their holiday in Tokyo

Chip off the old Block! Scott Cam shares a rare family photo as he drinks beer with his children on a rooftop in TokyoBy Alisha Buaya For Daily Mail Australia Published: 00:28 GMT, 22 November 2019 | Updated: 00:28 GMT, 22 November 2019 e-mail View comments Scott Cam is enjoying a well-deserved holiday after hosting 'the biggest ever' season of The Block. And the 56-year-old took to Instagram on Thursday to share a rare photo of himself with his family in Japan. He smiled while holding a glass of beer as the group watched the sun set over Tokyo. Chips off the old Block! Scott Cam shared a rare photo of himself with family enjoying a beer in Tokyo after wrapping up season 15 of The Block (Pictured right to left - Scott Cam, his friend Freddy, eldest son Charlie, daughter Sarah, his wife Ann) Scott posed with his friend, Freddy, his eldest son Charlie, 23, twins Bill and Sarah, 20, and his wife-of-26-years, Ann. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next The Block 2019 finale: Newlyweds Tess and Luke Struber are... It's a winner! The Block season finale draws in nearly two... 'There were eight-storey flames a hundred metres away': The... 'I was hurt': The Block host Scott Cam upset by homophobic... Share this article Share The Channel Nine star wrote in the caption: 'Having a drink above Tokyo with the family and my mate Freddy. Mt Fuji in the background.' Scott's holiday comes after season 15 of the Block wrapped production in October. 'It's too big!' This comes after Scott admitted that the former backpacker accommodation in St Kilda was too big of a project for The block contestants, on the Today show last month The five teams had completely transformed Melbourne's derelict Oslo Hotel, before selling their townhouses at auction. Last month, Scott revealed on the Today show that the former backpackers hostel in St Kilda had been 'too big' of a project in hindsight. 'It&#03..
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