CNBC's Tokyo Bureau Chief, Kaori Enjoji, is an Emmy-nominated correspondent with access to the leading thinkers and politicians shaping Japan's future.
Her reporting spans the region to include G20 summits, APEC meetings, IMF/World Bank annual meetings and the National People's Congress. She led CNBC's coverage of the massive earthquake and nuclear disaster that hit Japan in 2011, the Thai floods later that year, and reported and produced a documentary on Myanmar's awakening as sanctions were being lifted.
Enjoji graduated with a Master's degree from Columbia University's Graduate School of Journalism. She is fluent in Japanese and is conversant in French and Dutch.
Globalization is the buzzword fuelling the success of Japan's richest man, Fast Retailing CEO and president Tadashi Yanai.
Nintendo's President Satoru Iwata, an icon of the global gaming industry, died on Saturday, the company said.
In 1990, annual milk consumption per person in Vietnam was half a liter. Today, the figure is 18 liters, and Vinamilk played a key part in the change.