The Japanese media have become a virtual treasure trove of news and information.
They’re home to the country’s largest online newspaper, the Nikkei (the country’s biggest daily newspaper), the largest online video-sharing platform, and numerous social media sites.
But one of the countrys most notable internet publications is no longer available in Japan.
The official news portal Jiji has stopped publishing news stories, and the website fomos.com, the country of fomu (fandom), has since moved to a Japanese domain.
The countrys largest online magazine, the Shukan Bunshun (news) has been offline since July, and its sister publication, the Kyodo News, which focuses on government and politics, also moved to an offshore domain.
The main online Japanese news site, the Mainichi Shimbun, has also disappeared.
The lack of online news has sparked criticism of the government and internet giants.
The countrys National Security Council, the cabinet committee responsible for policymaking, has been investigating whether the government has not properly accounted for internet usage.
The agency has said it has launched a “research and development” campaign aimed at making sure that information about the internet is accurate and that its use is not restricted.
The government has been considering a number of ways to keep up with the country s increasing use of the internet.
In November, the government launched a programme aimed at building the country and its internet infrastructure.
The programme will allow citizens to access internet services from the comfort of their own homes, without having to pay a subscription fee.
The service will be provided by providers who operate in the country or will provide it through an internet portal.
The first trial service will open on December 12.