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Mexico to host rescheduled CONCACAF Olympic qualifying

Mexico head Group A, which also includes the United States, Costa Rica and the Dominican Republic. Group B includes Honduras, Canada, El Salvador and Haiti.

Costa Rica will face United States, Mexico in 2020 Olympics qualifying

The Costa Rican men's national soccer team will face a difficult road to the 2020 Olympics. 

Costa Rica blanked by Japan, 3-0

Costa Ricans awoke Tuesday morning to another disheartening result from their men’s national team.

Costa Rica, Japan move forward with geothermal energy project

Japan has agreed to loan Costa Rica $224 million to finance part of the construction of a geothermal project in Liberia, Guanacaste.

Japan, Latin America boost economic ties as growth slows on both sides of Pacific

From salmon farming in southern Chile to shipbuilding in landlocked Paraguay, Japanese companies are pursuing investments throughout Latin America – with an eye toward future opportunities under the Trans-Pacific Partnership.

A big injury to Cuba’s new baseball experiment

Yulieski Gourriel plays in the Cuban league for about $50 a month, even though he's a speedboat ride away from a $10 million-a-year Big League contract.

‘Kingdom of Characters’ celebrates Japanese pop culture

The exhibit in San José is designed to celebrate 80 years of diplomatic relations between Costa Rica and Japan, but it’s also an excuse to display some nerdy toys and posters. Japanese pop culture has a range of imagination that has inspired billions of consumers around the world, and despite the many shared motifs, no two franchises are exactly the same.

‘Butoh’ performer brings Japanese theater to Costa Rica

“Descent into the Inferno,” playing this weekend at the Butoh Dance Festival, is based on “The Aeneid” by the Roman poet Virgil. In theory, the performance tells the story of the founding of Rome. But under the direction of Fred Herrera, this special Butoh performance promises to disorient and confound the viewer.

Japan’s Abe calls Latin America ‘indispensable partner’

Brazil is home to the largest Japanese community outside of Japan, with a population of some 1.8 million people of Japanese descent. About 60 percent live in the southeastern and most developed state of São Paulo.

Defense falls apart as Japan pounds Costa Rica 3-1 in World Cup warm-up Monday night

Japan used a dominant second half to cruise to a 3-1 victory over Costa Rica during a World Cup warm-up for both teams on Monday night in Tampa.

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