Interview etc.


In his own “Galapagos” building a unique clock of incredible precision, UTOKYO VOICES 053 (2019/3/28). 【Link】


Rapid comparison of optical lattice clocks, UTokyo Research News (2016/04/06). 【Link】

View From…Challenges in Precision Science, A never-ending quest , Nature Photonics 10, 213-215 (2016). (2016/3). 【Link】


Just a second… A mercury-atom-based clock has an accuracy surpassing that of the standard definition of the second, RIKEN RESEARCH Highlights: Physics (2015/ 8/14). 【Link】

Cryogenic Clocks keep time, RIKEN RESEARCH, Summer 2015, p32-33 (2015/7). 【Link】

Highly-precise comparison of mercury and strontium optical lattice clock", UTokyo Research News (2015/6/24). 【Link】

Precise futuristic timekeeping with optical lattice clocks, UTOKYO Research News (2015/4/1). 【Link】

Rewinding the future of timekeeping, UTOKYO Research Editor's choice (2015/2/10). 【Link】


An optical cage for atoms, RIKEN Research Highlights: Physics (2014/9/12). 【Link】

A step forward to miniaturizing "optical lattice clocks, UTokyo Research News (2014/7/11). 【Link】


The elusive nature of precision in the measurement of time, Tansei (The university of Tokyo), 11 (2013/9). 【Link】


Boosting Precision and Stability of Optical Lattice Clocks, Optics and Photonics (2011/7). 【Link】

World's Most Accurate Clock - Atomic Clock Accurate To 100 Quadrillionth of A Second #DigInfo, DigInfo TV (2011/8/26). 【Link】