support page


Adsense Plan B

Monthly subscription in the amount of 750 yen per month, which can be canceled at any time, as requested by the customer >>

We will contact you to activate your Plan according to the form sent and the email informed in PayPal, for any further questions please contact us at .

7 days warranty 2 7224e

Adsense Plan A

Monthly subscription in the amount of 500 yen per month, which can be canceled at any time, as requested by the customer >>

We will contact you to activate your Plan according to the form sent and the email informed in PayPal, for any further questions please contact us at .

7 days warranty 2 dbd83

advertise with us

Your Company Featured.jpg 8ad8b

Writings 4.png 93e98

Sign up for only 500 yen a month!

Choose your plan! Write the form and complete your payment to activate your plan!


PLAN A: Your company will be part of the Journal JAPAN CONNECTION and of the greatest GUIDE FROM JAPAN "" aimed entirely at Brazilians residing in Japan. More than 5.000 readers access our Portal PER DAY.

PLAN B: JAPAN GUIDE it's bigger JAPAN GUIDE in English, aimed entirely at foreigners residing in Japan. In this plan, your company will be part of the JAPAN GUIDE and JAPAN GUIDE , further highlighting your company. In addition to being part of our Journal JAPAN CONNECTION and have your company advertised on our social networks.

Last step: PAYMENT, click below on the chosen plan to proceed to the payment screen.


Make Payment for Plan A.


Make Payment for Plan B.

 7 days warranty 2 2514a

Team of collaborators

The Daily News News Portal - Connection Japan - Nonprofit, was created in the year - 2017, by the group Mokuhyou Shinbun Japan - 目標 新聞.

Developer and webmaster:

Brazil: Leandro Lopes Ferreira Neto.

Webmaster, programmer and editor.

Training: PHP, SENAC - PA, Systems Analyst.

Journalist and sports editor:

Brazil: Oriosvaldo Costa.

Martial arts teacher, experienced journalist and columnist. 

He is currently our main collaborator and sports journalist.

Journalist - volunteer columnist:

Japan: Angelica Hayassaka.

Professional photographer and correspondent:

Japan: Mario Hideaki Hirano.

Enthusiastic in journalism, photography and martial arts "Grande Mestre".

Editor and Content Aggregator:

Japan: Rogério T. Hirano

Computer technician, blogger and one of our main aggregators of dynamic and journalistic content.

Corresponding photographer:

Japan: Marcia Assay

He works as a correspondent photographer for our website and sub-domain Paparazzo Japan at the following address:

Volunteer co-workers and friends:

Claudia, Rodrigo, Fernanda, Mysterio, Carlos Jo Hayashi, TV Luis "YouTube", jornª | Angelica Hayassaka.

Legal - Lawyer: Raphael Guilherme da Silva - OAB / SP Under No. 316.914.

In accordance with Article 46, I Law 9610 / 98 e Law No. 5.250 of 9's February 1967.
Freedom of the Press Law - Law 2083 / 53 | Law No. 2.083, 12's November 1953.

What we do

The Connection Japan website - Maintained by the Mokuhyou Shinbun Group - 目標 新聞.

It aims to provide everyone with:

A free web newspaper, making no profit from the news and information posted on the website of the online newspaper "". All news has a translation system for more than 90 languages, among the languages ​​the system highlights the main languages ​​in the whole of the site.

We do not accept Fake News or news of a derogatory nature, which may harm someone or entities for personal or other reasons, we do not accept adult content or related to illegal substances that generate chemical or psychological dependence.

Anyone can send their news to our web newspaper, via email , we believe that information is of paramount importance and should be free for everyone. All sources are disclosed with their due credits and in case of any unknown technical or programming error the sources do not appear and only inform us that we will correct or remove the news from the site immediately.

To maintain the costs of our servers, we have the help of our employees, sponsors and various services such as online store, digital club system, hosting, website creation, server management and e-mails.

We have a strong data protection policy which we never disclose any personal information about our employees or members of the digital club or other services without prior authorization.

To understand our privacy policy, which remains in accordance with the GDPR, please visit our page:

Privacy Policy -

Who we are -

As an advisor and in support of legal issues, we have our lawyer:

Brazil - Lawyer: Raphael Guilherme da Silva - OAB / SP Under No. 316.914.

We have an online gallery on the Paparazzo Japan website “”, which all photographers are invited to disclose their work for free.

We are always innovating in digital security and sub domains that can please our readers and followers.

Once again we thank all of you, who are the reason for our project to exist.

Thank you very much.

Anti-corruption policy

1. What is anticorruption?

2. Mokuhyou Shinbun Japan's Anti-Corruption Policies - 目標 新聞.

3. For who and how?

4. What are acts of corruption?

The. Okay, but who are the public officials?

B. And what can I and can not do?

5. What can happen?

6. What if I find out?

1. What is anticorruption?

It is important to conceptualize corruption first. In a broad sense, corruption can be understood as any improbable act that harbors a deviation from institutional objectives by a private individual in relation to a public agent or state entity. In Brazil, corruption is defined as a crime by the Penal Code, according to articles 317 and 333, subjecting individuals who offer and public agents who request, demand or accept an undue advantage to penalties.

In addition, the Administrative Misconduct Law (Law No. 8429/92) lists a series of unlawful acts that violate the principles of administrative morality and that cause unlawful enrichment of the public agent and that may subject the convicted to civil and administrative sanctions.

In 2013, the National Congress approved Federal Law no. 12.846/13, known as the Anti-Corruption Law. The great novelty of the law was the strict imposition of responsibility on legal entities that are involved in acts of corruption, called in the law of harmful acts against the public administration.

The anti-corruption law requires a proactive stance by companies to prevent acts of corruption.

While the Penal Code and the Administrative Misconduct Law have a reactive character, that is, they punish after the acts have taken place (if discovered), the Anti-Corruption Law has a preventive character, requiring companies to have internal systems and policies that prevent the occurrence of these acts.

Thus, anti-corruption can be defined as a set of measures to prevent corruption acts (harmful acts against public administration) that may occur during business activities.

2. The Group's Anti-Corruption Policies 目標 新聞.

The Group目標 新聞 it has always guided its activities by seriousness and honesty and its mission is to disseminate and defend the principles of democracy and free enterprise. Corruption, however, is one of the greatest obstacles to democracy as it channels the public resources necessary for the development of the social plan for individuals in an illicit and unfair way.

That is why the Group 目標 新聞, through its journalistic means of communication, always gave visibility to the corruption scandals and condemned the practice fiercely in its editorials. Doing this in your journalistic activity is not everything. It is extremely important that the Group's business activity 目標 新聞 keep the mission to prevent the occurrence of acts of corruption.

For this reason, the Code of Ethics and Conduct and the Editorial Principles, Ethical and Quality Standards provide express provisions for behaviors to be avoided and adopted, with the aim of preventing harmful acts against the public administration. In addition, the Group 目標 新聞 has a specific procedure for inspection and monitoring of its internal rules, reporting channels and specific procedures for investigation and relationship with third parties.

These rules and procedures form the normative basis of Grupo Estado's anti-corruption policies. However, in addition to the normative basis, it is necessary that the prevention of acts of corruption is embedded in the mentality of each Group employee 目標 新聞 and of its service providers, in order to build a new culture in which even the most common acts of personal favor are not tolerated.

3. For who and how?

The Group's anti-corruption policy 目標 新聞 must be implemented by all employees of the Group 目標 新聞, no exception! This policy must also be followed by any third party related to the Group's activities. 目標 新聞, as those who act on their behalf. This includes service providers, commercial representatives and even journalistic sources, with regard to the stories prepared by the journalists of the Group 目標 新聞. For this, it is necessary that everyone knows the Code of Ethics and Conduct, the Editorial Principles and the Ethical and Quality Standards of the Group 目標 新聞 and base all their actions on the principles and rules contained therein.

In addition, periodic training on the subject will be held with the aim of training the Group's employees 目標 新聞 to identify and prevent acts that may be considered illegal, as well as to encourage the reporting of such acts that may occur during the course of business activity.

4. What are acts of corruption?

The law defines the harmful acts against the public administration as:

• promise, offer or give, directly or indirectly, an undue advantage to a public official, or the third person related to him

• demonstrably finance, fund, sponsor or otherwise subsidize the practice of illegal acts provided for

• demonstrably, using an interposed natural or legal person to hide or disguise their real interests or the identity of the beneficiaries of the acts performed

• hinder investigation or inspection activities of public bodies, entities or agents, or intervene in their performance, including within the scope of regulatory agencies and inspection bodies of the national financial system a. Okay, but who are the public agents?

Legally, a public agent is anyone who exercises, even if temporarily or without remuneration, by election, appointment, designation, hiring or any other form of investiture or relationship, mandate, position, employment or function in direct, indirect or foundation of any of the Powers of the Union, States, Federal District, Municipalities, Territory, company incorporated into the public property or entity for whose creation or funding the treasury has competed or competes with more than fifty percent of the property or of annual revenue.

This includes any civil servant with a public examination, elected or in a commission position, but also employees of public companies, mixed-capital companies, autarchies, public foundations, notary offices and companies with public-private partnership contracts.

B. And what can I and can not do?

Bribes, Kickbacks and Boxes Obviously, you cannot pay kickbacks and bribes to obtain information or advantages, even if the intended consideration is legitimate and the payment is intended to facilitate a public service.

Boxes, tips and "thanks" But you also cannot make promises or give any kind of advantage or facilitation to public agents that may be linked to Grupo Estadão, such as "boxes" or "tips" and small advantages such as giving newspapers for public officials. You might think “everybody does”. But here is where the culture change begins. Even if the gift may be small or

seemingly worthless, repeated practice can add great value and be considered an undue advantage. Travel and hospitality expenses Payment of courtesy and hospitality travel expenses (hotel fees, food and entertainment expenses, etc.) for public agents is not allowed, even if the money comes out of the Group's employee's pocket. 目標 新聞, unless there is no connection with the group's activities and the expense is included in the employee's private sphere or when duly approved by the Audit Committee, after formalizing an internal process justifying the legitimacy of the payment.

Bars, dinners and clubs So I can't go out with a public agent? Can't I have a meeting over lunch or dinner? Is not it. You may. The ideal is always that each one pays their own. But there is no problem in eventually having to pay for lunches and dinners where public agents are present. Of course, this practice cannot be recurrent and the payment of the bill must be a kindness consistent with the national culture and not an extravagance that could be considered an undue advantage.

The Code of Ethics and Conduct sets at R$200,00 the maximum amount per person that can be paid sporadically at an event such as dinner and lunch. Still, this practice should not be recurrent.

In bars and clubs, everyone must pay their own. Gifts, Presents and "Souvenirs"

The distribution of gifts, gifts and souvenirs to public agents, even of low value, by Directors and Employees of the Group is not allowed 目標 新聞. The company may, however, institutionally offer company products and souvenirs, without commercial value, in the context of its promotion and marketing initiatives.

Even though the practice may seem common, it can be interpreted by public authorities as an undue advantage and therefore should be avoided.

Money and Public Agents You must not grant loans of movable or immovable property, values ​​or provide any kind of favor or financial concession to a public agent, whether in the context of institutional activities

of the company, or in its private life, respecting the particular family and friendship circles.

Of course, if you have a relative or close friend who is a public official, you can exceptionally help them in case of need. The rule is that this is absolutely linked to your intimate relationship and not your profession. Sometimes this separation may not be very clear. Therefore, think very carefully and always ask your superiors for guidance.

The same goes for the provision of free services for civil servants and contributions to political parties.

Personal benefit of Public Agents You must not personally favor or promote public agents, public bodies or political parties in journalistic matters, events held or sponsored by the Group or in any other way! This means that a given public authority should not be extolled in matters, directly or indirectly through its achievements in public bodies.

Of course, this should not impede freedom of expression and the press. Acts of public management, good and bad, can and should be reported and the editorial lines of the group's vehicles are free to express their opinions. Praising is different from praising or promoting.

5. What can happen?

If someone commits a harmful act against public administration, the Group 目標 新聞 you can be fined in amounts ranging from 0,1% to 20% of your gross sales for the last fiscal year. can come to a

very high value! And in addition to the fine, in the civil scope there may be a determination of compensation for losses, loss of assets and values, prohibition to receive loans from public entities and even

even the suspension of activities and compulsory dissolution of the legal entity. The convicted legal entity must also publish an extract of the conviction in a newspaper

widely circulated and on its own website. For many companies, taking an image risk is much worse than taking a pecuniary risk. But the individual who commits any

these acts can also suffer the consequences of their acts. Internally, he may suffer, for example, the sanctions provided for in labor legislation, that is, warning, suspension and even

dismissal for cause. If he is a third party, he may have his contract terminated and be prosecuted civilly.

Furthermore, a person who commits an act of corruption can always suffer the criminal and civil consequences of his acts.

6. What if I find out?

You must warn! The group 目標 新聞 it depends on the cooperation of its employees to identify possible acts of corruption that may occur in its business activity. If you find out or

Be suspicious of any of the practices prohibited by the Code of Ethics and Conduct, you can use the Internal Ombudsman's Communication Channels. There are ways to report irregularities:

i. Email - send an email to . Inform what it is about and detail everything you know or suspect

ii. Intranet – access the “Contact Us” link available on the intranet and select the subject “Internal Ombudsman”.

DO NOT BE AFRAID! The group 目標 新聞 undertakes to avoid retaliation against employees who report irregularities committed in their business activity. Ultimately you can

anonymously report irregularities. Of course, in this case, the investigations will be more difficult, but we will do our best so that the facts are verified and the potential culprits are judged.

Comment Policy

The daily news portal Connection Japan - Nonprofit, was created in the year - 2017, by the Mokuhyou Shinbun Japan group, employees and volunteers.

Connection Japan ® adopts various themes, focusing on the propagation of real news for free, for all readers, any reader or visitor can comment on the articles of this website, but will not be tolerated:

.Comments as Classified | advertisements or spam.
.They are out of context (off-topic).
.That have defamatory content, profanity or offensive "disrespectful" terms.
.Comments that represent political, ideological and religious opinions so that they fit the previous topics.
.The user | reader | visitor can not comment with the name of another person, institution or company.
.Propagating ideas that are illegal.
.Disclosure of links with the exception of links related to the content of the article.

Therefore, the administration reserves the right to exclude any comment, without previous notice according to the mentioned criteria.

From the moment the user "author of the comment" posts a comment, he is responsible for the content contained therein "comment". being able, the case be asked to respond legally for his statements.

This document may undergo updates without prior notice., a periodic review is recommended.

In accordance with Article 46, I Law 9610 / 98 e Law No. 5.250 of 9's February 1967.
Freedom of the Press Law - Law 2083 / 53 | Law No. 2.083, 12's November 1953.

Corrections policy

Journalistic error is not fake news

Conceptually, the journalistic error is not intentional. It is something that can happen in journalistic practice, often due to the loosening of investigation procedures, other times due to mistakes by the source, etc. But, in theory, the vehicle does not want to go wrong (and here I am not referring to manipulation, which is another concept).

Of technical and ethical nature, the journalistic error is the incorrectness, falsification or imprecision in the publication of a news item, caused by negligence, imprudence or malpractice. Failure to admit the error or its deliberate occurrence affects the quality and credibility of the journalistic product with the reading public or other interested groups.

In this definition, what I call “deliberate occurrence”, that is, when something is done on purpose, it comes close to understanding fake news. But although they have similar consequences - they affect quality and credibility - they are not synonymous.

Correction procedures

Our readers can contact us by email , for sending criticisms, suggestions or pointing out errors. Whenever we detect a problem, we correct the text immediately and we wrote an update at the end of the story, with the date and time of the change, to indicate what was changed and explain why. We also sent an alert to the email of those who showed us the error.

From now on, thank you very much for your understanding, we are always at your disposal.
And in the case of legal guidance regarding the news or our website and only seek the same guidance with Lawyer: Raphael Guilherme da Silva - OAB / SP Under No. 316.914.
Through the same e-mail address mentioned above.

Ethics policy

Ethics code (Only in Spanish)

The National Congress of Professional Journalists approves this CODE OF ETHICS:

The Journalists' Code of Ethics, which establishes the rules to which the professional's performance must be subordinated in his relations with the community, with the sources of information and among journalists. From the right to information

Article 1 - Access to public information is a right inherent to the condition of life in society, which cannot be prevented by any type of interest.

Art. 2 - The disclosure of information, accurate and correct, is the duty of the means of public disclosure, regardless of the nature of its property.

Art. 3 - The information disclosed by the public media will be guided by the actual occurrence of the facts and will have the purpose of social and collective interest.

Art. 4 - The presentation of information by public, private and private institutions, whose activities have an effect on life in society, is a social obligation.

Art. 5 - The direct or indirect obstruction to the free disclosure of information and the application of censorship or self-censorship are a crime against society.

Journalist's Professional Conduct

Art. 6 - The exercise of the profession of journalist is an activity of a social nature and of public purpose, subject to this Code of Ethics.

Article 7 - The journalist's fundamental commitment is to the truth of the facts, and his work is guided by the precise investigation of the events and their correct disclosure.

Art. 8 - Whenever he considers it correct and necessary, the journalist will safeguard the origin and identity of his sources of information.

Article 9 - It is the duty of the journalist:

- Disclose all facts that are of public interest;
- Fight for freedom of thought and expression;
- Defend the free exercise of the profession;
- Valuing, honoring and dignifying the profession;
- Oppose arbitrariness, authoritarianism and oppression, as well as defending the principles expressed in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights;
- Combat and denounce all forms of corruption, especially when exercised with the aim of controlling information;
- Respect the citizen's right to privacy;
- Prestige the representative and democratic entities of the category;

Art. 10 - The journalist cannot:

- Accept the offer of paid work in disagreement with the salary floor of the category or with a table fixed by your class entity;
- Submit to guidelines contrary to the correct disclosure of information;
- frustrate the expression of divergent opinions or prevent free debate;
- Agree to the practice of persecution or discrimination for social, political, religious, racial, sex and sexual orientation reasons;
- Exercise journalistic coverage, by the organ in which he works, in public and private institutions where he is an employee, advisor or employee. The Professional Responsibility of the Journalist

Art. 11 - The journalist is responsible for all the information he divulges, as long as his work has not been altered by third parties.

Art. 12 - In all his rights and responsibilities, the journalist will have support and support from the representative entities of the category.

Art. 13 - The journalist must avoid disclosing the facts: - With an interest in personal favor or economic advantages; - Morbid in character and contrary to human values.

Art. 14 - The journalist must: - Always listen, before disclosing the facts, to all persons who are the object of unproven accusations, made by third parties and not sufficiently demonstrated or verified; - Treat all persons mentioned in the information you disclose with respect.

Art. 15 - The Journalist must allow the right of reply to the people involved or mentioned in his article, when the existence of mistakes or inaccuracies is demonstrated.

Art. 16 - The journalist must strive for the exercise of national sovereignty, in its political, economic and social aspects, and for the prevalence of the will of the majority of society, respecting the rights of minorities.

Art. 17 - The journalist must preserve the national language and culture. Application of the Code of Ethics

Art. 18 - Violations of this Code of Ethics will be investigated and assessed by the Ethics Committee.

1 ° - The Ethics Committee will be elected in the General Assembly of the category, by secret ballot, specially called for this purpose.
2 ° - The Ethics Committee will have five members with a mandate coinciding with that of the union's board of directors.

Art. 19 - Journalists who fail to comply with this Code of Ethics are gradually subject to the following penalties, to be applied by the Ethics Committee:

- Union members, observation, warning, suspension and exclusion from union membership;
- To non-members, public observation, temporary impediment and permanent impediment of joining the union's membership.

Sole Paragraph - The maximum penalties (exclusion from membership, for union members, and definitive impediment of joining the membership for non-union members), can only be applied after a referendum of the General Assembly specially called for this purpose.

Art. 20 - On the initiative of any citizen, journalist or not, or affected institution, written representation and identification can be directed to the Ethics Committee, so that the existence of transgression committed by a journalist can be determined.

Art. 21 - Once the representation has been received, the Ethics Committee will decide its reasoned acceptance or, if notably unacceptable, will determine its filing, making its decision public, if necessary.

Art. 22 - The application of the penalty must be preceded by a prior hearing of the journalist, object of representation, under penalty of nullity.

1 ° - The hearing must be convened in writing, by the Ethics Committee, through a system that proves the receipt of the respective notification, and will take place within ten days from the due date of the same.
2 - The journalist may submit a written response within the term of the previous paragraph or present his reasons orally, at the hearing.
3 - Failure by the journalist to observe the deadlines in this article will imply acceptance of the terms of the representation.

Article 23 - Whether or not there is a response, the Ethics Committee will forward its decision to the parties involved, within a minimum period of ten days, counted from the date set for the hearing.

Art. 24 - Journalists affected by the warning and suspension penalties can appeal to the General Assembly, within a maximum period of ten consecutive days, from the receipt of the notification. Sole Paragraph - the author of the representation is guaranteed the right to appeal to the General Meeting, within ten days, counting from the receipt of the notification, if he does not agree with the decision of the Ethics Committee.

Art. 25 - The notorious intention to harm the journalist, manifested in the case of representation without the necessary foundation, will be the object of public censure against its author.

Art. 26 - The present Code of Ethics will come into force after being approved by the General Assembly of journalists, specially called for this purpose.

Art. 27 - Any modification of this Code can only be made in the National Congress of Journalists, by means of a proposal signed by at least 10 delegations representing the Journalists' Unions.

We agree, follow and adopt this code of ethics.

Legal - Lawyer: Raphael Guilherme da Silva - OAB / SP Under No. 316.914.

In accordance with Article 46, I Law 9610 / 98 e Law No. 5.250 of 9's February 1967.
Freedom of the Press Law - Law 2083 / 53 | Law No. 2.083, 12's November 1953.

« July 2021 »
Mon your Wed thu fri Sat Sun
      1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8 9 10 11
12 13 14 15 16 17 18
19 20 21 22 23 24 25
26 27 28 29 30 31

Online Visitors

visit counter

Last 7 days:2167

Connected simultaneously




Go to top