The Japanese Times (紐育新報; 1911 - 1941) was one of two major Japanese-language newspapers published in New York City in the pre-World War II period (the other being 日米時報 Nichi-Bei Jihō). Aside from different coverage of local news, the New York newspapers were somewhat different than West Coast and Hawaii-based Japanese newspapers as the former catered to a readership composed of wealthier professionals, businesspeople, and students while the latter's readership was more often small business owners and laborers. After the Peal Harbor attack, both The Japanese Times and Nichi-Bei Jihō ceased publication under U.S. government pressure.