Nanaka Takahashi

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Nanaka Takahashi lives in Japan and was born in 2008.

  • Nanaka likes to read books in her spare time.
  • She loves math and would like to be a newscaster one day.
  • Her favorite book is A Rabbit's Eyes by Kenjiro Haitani.

“I think introducing cutting-edge science and topics to the world would be genuinely exciting.”

Nanaka Takahashi

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Nanaka

Former Japanese Prime Minister Is Killed

Nanaka Takahashi

July 12th, 2022

Our Kid Reporter in Japan talks with voters after the shocking assassination of former Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. 

In Japan, Cherry Blossom Trees Are in Full Bloom

Nanaka Takahashi

April 26th, 2022

Our Kid Reporter visits Funaoka Castle Park in Miyagi Prefecture. 

Enjoying Sushi in Japan

Nanaka Takahashi

February 14th, 2022

Our Kid Reporter visits a revolving sushi bar in Sendai. 

Capsule Toys Are a Hit in Japan

Nanaka Takahashi

December 20th, 2021

For fans, a lot of the excitement comes from not knowing what you’ll get until you open the capsule.

The Olympics Are Underway in Tokyo

Nanaka Takahashi

July 29th, 2021

Our Kid Reporter talks with spectators—and protesters—about the Summer Olympic Games. 

Inside the Olympic Village

Nanaka Takahashi

June 28th, 2021

Our Kid Reporter tours the area where athletes will stay during the Summer Olympics in Tokyo.  

My Graduation Ceremony in Japan

Nanaka Takahashi

April 26th, 2021

Life changed during the pandemic, but for graduates like our Kid Reporter, there is hope for a brighter future. 

The Olympic Torch Relay Begins in Japan

Nanaka Takahashi

March 29th, 2021

On March 25, the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Torch Relay began its 121-day journey across Japan. 

Japan Marks a Solemn Anniversary

Nanaka Takahashi

March 19th, 2021

It has been 10 years since the Great East Japan Earthquake triggered a devastating tsunami and killed nearly 16,000 people. 

An Earthquake Strikes Japan

Nanaka Takahashi

February 19th, 2021

On February 13, an earthquake struck northeastern Japan, injuring more than 140 people and causing minor damage. 

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