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Posted in: Abe's controversial state funeral may backfire on Kishida See in context

It's high time people realize that the Japanese government is a Dictatorship. Protests in Japan are always meaningless, useless & toothless. All forms of protests in Tokyo are always monitored by the heavy presence of police. That's not a favor from the government. That's how a dictatorial government shows you that we have you in our pockets.

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Posted in: U.S. Vice President Harris seeking computer chip partners in Tokyo See in context

Go to Akihabara

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Posted in: Japan weighs plan for ban on hotel guests without masks: report See in context

Currently, the wearing of masks is not compulsory in Japan but is strongly recommended indoors and on public transport.

Do you live in Japan or you get your information some alien portal? I can't walk in at my workplace without a mask.

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Posted in: Gov't to pursue U.S. base relocation in Okinawa despite Tamaki's win See in context

Gov't to pursue U.S. base relocation in Okinawa despite Tamaki's win

Denny Tamaki has always an easy campaigning and winning theme. "Remove US Bases from Okinawa" The local older generation which actually votes hates the bases. So it's a sure Job for him.

The younger generation does not even care. They enjoy dating dem military goons and Jugheads. The economy of okinawa literally depends on these military bases. So to think Kishida will support the removal of the military bases from these Islands is a fantasy.

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Posted in: Japan honors Abe with highest decoration; wake held in Tokyo See in context

Ikeda said at a press conference that he suspects the imperial couple may be feeling extremely sorry and heartbroken about Abe's death, and concerned about the bereaved family.

The fact that the whole nation is mourning the tragic death of the Ex-PM Shinzo is in itself testimony to fact that the imperial couple shares the same emotion of loss and pain. To say you suspect them to be heartbroken sounds a bit disrespectful/ if not wrong/ unfair to them. They are mourning with everyone!

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Posted in: Name for Osaka's new venture has lewd meaning in Swahili See in context

The letter 'H' my Japanese students always giggle uncontrollably when doing the alphabet .

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Posted in: Journalist arrested for shoplifting while in Hokkaido town to report on sunken tour boat See in context

It happens when you are being overworked and your salary is paltry.

Do not steal though not nice!

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Posted in: Man arrested after taking woman hostage in Saitama internet cafe See in context

This story has many holes in it. Firstly it might be how hastily this article is written or there is something going on between the staff and this man. The girl visited the room to clean it?, Serve food?, alcohol? Then after 5 minutes another staff calls the police? Why? Girl visit a room, and then police is immediately called? Guy refuses to open door for 4 hours. Something fishy is going on here or someone was being set up. Usually those who set you up use younger girls.............. and the rest you know!

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Posted in: Japanese company develops trash can that freezes garbage to prevent bad smells See in context

So now we have to purchase a fridge for garbage too?

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Posted in: Survey suggests about half of Japanese companies has an 'old guy who does nothing' See in context

School principals do nothing the whole day too!

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Posted in: Don’t let the rain get you down! Here are Japan’s top 10 most beautiful rainy day travel spots See in context

Or Just chill it's less of a hustle!

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Posted in: 7 from U.S. arrive in Japan for 1st test tour before tourism reopening See in context

I stopped reading when I read six of them are from Hawaii. Who are fooling? Hawaii is the second home to most Japanese people. I wouldn't be surprised all these people are Japanese resident in Hawaii. Returnee Japanese to be specific, and suddenly they suit the foreigner tag.

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Posted in: G7 foreign ministers discuss Ukraine war, impact See in context

Can't help notice G7 seems like Germany 7 here lol!

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Posted in: We visit a mysterious pagoda near Yomiuri Land, turns out to be an incredibly sacred spot See in context

The Sacred Forest is home to a whole bunch of other things to see as well, such as this statue of Myoken Bosatsu, also known as the God of the North Star. The statue was created in 1301 by the order of a Buddhist priest and was designated as an Important Cultural Property in 1950.

Add a bit of shady history to it, and boom Japan will be already making submissions to UNESCO for this place to designated as a world heritage site!

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Posted in: Tokyo's Yamanote Line to test automated trains with passengers from October See in context

I do not see any real merit in it. Just that machines are going to make human beings jobless and poor forever.

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Posted in: Russian-language sign at station in Tokyo back on view after being covered up See in context

Have people stopped drinking/ buying Russian Vodka too?

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Posted in: Save time and water by turning your shower into a bath with this nifty gadget See in context

More weird stuff. Just take a shower!

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Posted in: Apple's new budget iPhone will be faster and more expensive See in context

An absolute hoax in my opinion. Am not sure I would want to downgrade to a phone which still has a huge visible home button on it.

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Posted in: Tokyo, 12 prefectures ask to extend COVID quasi-emergency See in context

Tokyo = Japan

Japan = Tokyo

So whom do they really ask?


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Posted in: Tokyo's population dips for 1st time in 26 years See in context

Seems to me like a veiled accountability explanation of the failed government programs to decongest Tokyo. Not so many people have been signing up for those government assisted housing/ cash to start life outside Tokyo or move to a rural area.

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Posted in: Watch where you ride See in context


I would love to give you a free tour of Tokyo to prove it :)!

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Posted in: Watch where you ride See in context

Considering that cycling tracks are non-existent in Japan....................................!

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Posted in: Karaoke rooms become live concert venues for 'otaku' and 'oshikatsu' See in context

It's only in Japan I have observed that lonliness and Isolation is sold to people.

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Posted in: Japan to provide over $1 mil, relief supplies to tsunami-hit Tonga See in context

Tonga has a population of 105,697. $1 million and relief help goes a long way in helping the people directly or restoration of certain important services. If this is true I would say Kudos nihon hopefully they will get the money if you know what I mean.

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Posted in: 42,000 rapid antigen tests snatched in Sydney heist See in context

I guess Japan is doing a descent job or we are just living in confusing times. I have got two free Antigen tests & a free PCR test in the past 7 days at my workplace bcoz a few cases got identified. I haven't shown an symptoms yet , and those who were directly in contact with the subjects. Maybe Japan is doing a good Job in making these tests available for free to everyone now, but I do wonder if Bosses do have the legal authority to sanction these tests to the unwilling who are healthy. Could this be a power harassment case on the brew?

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Posted in: Hayashi points to U.S. forces over COVID surge in parts of Japan See in context

A new fool is born every minute in Japanese politics!

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Posted in: COVID vaccination requests at work pose worry in Japan's booster push See in context

Where does the pressure to get tested fall under? Can it be considered harassment too? I walked in at my workplace the other day after a short winter break, and there was a Rapid Covid-19 testing Kit on my desk. I had to take it since my other JP co-workers were scrambling to take it.


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Posted in: Docomo starts paid service to attach protective film to your smartphone for you See in context

If you do have the 1100yen or 4620 yen to do it I would say go ahead and do it, but honestly you are being conned. An effortless search on the internet (amazon) will save you a lot of dollar. There are many types protective films which anyone put on their phones without the feared hustles. I use one which comes with a spray. All I need to do is clean my screen, spray the liquid, and paste the film. The liquid enables you to move the film to fit, and it eradicates all the bubbles. You won't even see that your phone has a film, that's how perfect it is, and it costs me 700yen for 2 in one box! As a plus they have a QR code you can scan, and you can get an additional gift for buying from them. The last time I bought from them they sent me a wireless phone charger. There is a lot out there. Just refuse to be ripped in broad day light.

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Posted in: Police reminding drivers not to perform the illegal 'Ibaraki Dash' maneuver See in context

I have always thought busy intersections should be widened and have some form of shoulder gap/ pass road to allow vehicles continuing straight to keep moving. Most drivers are cognizant of that block in traffic movement hence the dash maneuver. Surely a dangerous act, and if it's a common occurrence it means there is more which needs to be done than just extending the draconian hand of the law.

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Posted in: Japan's top COVID-19 adviser wary of easing restrictions See in context

wary of easing restrictions

It means we want to act as if we are doing something but actually we do not know what we are doing.

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