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Posted in: More than 370,000 people left in limbo by Japan virus entry ban See in context

Do many self centred people only care about themselves.

Japan is a sovereign country so just wait till borders will get open.

Wanting children is that a legit reason to demand entry or a selfish act.

It is hard but having international relations or having a partner overseas is always a risk. Have been in the same situation but demanding a country to open above your own selfishness.....

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Posted in: Woman arrested over fatal accident says she was looking at her parakeet See in context

According the news she ended on the opposite of the road where she hit the elderly woman and than ended on the sidewalk hitting the mother and son.

I drive a lot in Japan but i noticed i need all my eyes on the road here. As some mentioned, it is asking concentration.

People need to pay attention because just a few seconds of not paying attention can end up killing someone.

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Posted in: Business lobby calls for lifting entry ban on nonresident foreigners See in context


Today 06:59 am JST

"Why does Japan impose 10 days when the rest of the world requires only five?" he said.

Because politician think that Japan is always unique

That is why Japan and many other countries are sovereign and may decide by them self. You comment show lack of knowledge.

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Posted in: Japan's Pacific coast hit by tsunami after Tonga eruption See in context

The Avenger

Today 07:54 am JST

That satellite video is AWESOME!

Double feeling here. Maybe for you awesome but for the people in that area must be a terrifying moment. Would it not be better to keep those thoughts how awesome the video is, for yourself and have some consideration for the affected people.

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Posted in: 3 stabbed at University of Tokyo ahead of entrance exams See in context

Awful news. But I'm worried about not only this student mental health but also the mental health of some people posting bad things. It is a teenager who is 17 years. What he did is not good but also people wishing a teenager his death should also search for professional help.

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Posted in: Married Japanese men and women rank the things they miss most about single life See in context

Been married for more than 10 years and have a daughter. Still me and my wife find time for ourselves or go out.

A relationship is giving and taking. Sometimes i be at home, cook and do things so my wife can also have her time and she gives me time.

But if you want your time all for yourself than just don't marry and have a fwb. Problem solved.

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Posted in: Woman arrested for fatally beating mother in Sapporo See in context

That is the issue nowadays. People have a short temper to fast. It doesn't even matter if it is family or not. You can disagree but just talk with arguments. Anyway the daughter lost her mother, dogs and properly her family. Just for the dogs..... What a life.

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Posted in: Civic group denounces arson attack on Korean settlement in Japan See in context

And this is the part I hate about Japan.

It is time that people move on towards the 21st century and have some acceptance if possible (preferable) respect for each other.

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Posted in: Ex-police officer sent to prosecutors for groping two girls on trains See in context

What this person did is awful and although he represented the police i do not think, as many readers mentioned, that the police in general can be blamed.

Also it is not only the Japanese police, police around the globe have some things which are not good.

But again people complain only about Japanese police.

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Posted in: Suspect in Osaka clinic fire may have copied animation studio arson See in context

Another smart reply which is meaning less.


Today 10:41 am JST

People need (gasoline) for many reasons.

yeah. driving cars and lighting fires.

we need more gasoline control. especially the type sold in gerry cans.

Ok, than come with a system that controls the purchase of gasoline. As some mentioned, it is used in daily live and except asking for ID what else is possible.

There are a lot of other light flammable liquids which can be used. Even taking gasoline from a car is possible. So I'm waiting for your smart idea.

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Posted in: JR East, West to cut commuter services next year amid pandemic See in context


Today 07:09 am JST

They should be putting MORE trains on so they’re less crowded!!!

The idea is to reduce cost for the company. Your way is increasing cost. Your comment does not make sense.

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Posted in: Japan's tight entry rules over Omicron variant to last into next year See in context


Indeed people complain or do always know better. I have been saying this also often.

It is funny how people give minus but it is true. People who complain and think better, why they are not doing politics. I guess everyone knows the answer because they are not smart and just complain.

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Posted in: Tokyo finds Omicron case in U.S. arrival isolating at home See in context

@jo Jo in japan

Need all over this.

Since you have red it and gave an intelligent comment it means news is working.

Maybe you don't know but Corona has impact on economy.

Also do you want Japan or any other country to go out of control again.

Than your next intelligent comment would be about another lock down because not much is done to prevent.

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Posted in: Girl who pushed shopping cart from store rooftop sent to family court See in context

What she did was wrong and luckily nobody got killed or injured. She will be punished and know the consequences now.

But some replies from people here are going to far. She is still a child. These certain people are worse.

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Posted in: Tokyo city committee OKs plan for foreigners to vote in referendums See in context

I just wonder how much of all foreigners can understand political in Japan and the language to make a contribution for voting.

Many complain about Japan but even in Europe you are only allowed to vote always.

But now we are happy that we can vote.

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Posted in: Aichi Police refund over ¥1 mil in fines to drivers who violated a misplaced traffic sign See in context


I don't think it is only Japan. Of course police works on monthly targets. That is why you see more police on the street every 20th of the month.

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Posted in: Man arrested for assaulting taxi driver after refusing to pay fare See in context

What happens if someone says no recollection about the event. It is often used in Japan. So the attacker will not be punished or just a light punishment?

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

For elderly people it would be good service although free would always be better.

Most people buy accessories from the internet.

Again so many people complain here. Just don't pay for the service. Yes some providers do it for free when buying an overpriced screen protector from the store. That makes sense.

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Posted in: Junior high school boy dies after being stabbed by another student See in context

I hope the attacker will get professional help. There is no explanation why this happened so i won't judge based on assumptions.

As a father of a 14 year old, all i can do is contribute in support.

I don't know why most people comments are without any dignity and just make assumptions.

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Posted in: Tens of thousands protest Belgium's tighter COVID-19 rules See in context

People want more freedom instead of another lock down. It is understandable but if the virus is not stopped it has a larger impact on economics and can even result in breakdown of healthcare system and people losing jobs.

Already countries are experiencing inflation and this will get worse.

Demonstrating and destroy properties is no solution a d those costs will need to be paid back by tax and this will no matter happen.

It is sad how people but also the governments are handling the situation but this are difficult times

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Posted in: Climate justice - and cash - shadow U.N. talks See in context

I don't think anyone wants to give up there life style. And the so called under developed countries want to have the same life style as the richer countries.

After this climate conference black Friday sales will start. How many will say no to consumable products?

Also how did the representative came to the conference? No by bicycle or walking or any other so called environmental friendly transportation.

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Posted in: Chinese, Russian warships pass through Tsugaru Strait for 1st time See in context

During the cold war there were many good movies and series back in the 80s. Maybe a good start to go back to that.

On topic.

It is a world issue not only the west.

The west always try to intervene which should also stop but making threats with military movements....

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Posted in: Japanese ramen shop bans YouTubers See in context

a good move from the shop.

Many just think they can do anything because they p!ace a clip on. YouTube.

Also they are noisy and do not consider other people.

But not only YouTubers but everyone who are using mobiles loudly.

I go to shops to eat and enjoy by.myself, so just enjoy. I do not need a youtuber who thinks they know everything.

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Posted in: Streaming wars heat up See in context

I personally don't like this fragmentation of movies. You are forced to have multiple subscriptions if your are a movie lover. Luckily Japan has still video rental places.

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Posted in: 53 Afghan evacuees arrive in Japan See in context

For Japanese this amount of refugees is large and i do hope Japan will keep helping people in need. Even if there is no direct work Japan. Those people need help.

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Posted in: Woman chips tooth eating McDonald's burger containing metal See in context

I guess most of you are from American where people can sue everyone for ridiculous money. Lol

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Posted in: Man arrested over fatal hit-and-run in Saitama Pref See in context

This is a standard excuse in Japan.

"I do not recall" "I do not remember" "I am stressed" "I wanted to kill someone"

Many people with mental issues and maybe Japan should accept mental issues.

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Posted in: Moderna says COVID vaccines sent to Japan contained stainless steel particles See in context

Stainless steel particles can come from a feeling system. A filling system can fill an x amount of Vails per minute. If the maintenance is not performed correctly or the filling system is pushed over the capacity then particles can be generated. This is indeed a serious matter and likely it will be investigated by PMDA (japanese FDA)

There should never been any kind of foreign matter inside a medicine. Even if it is not injected directly inside the bloodstream still the body will try to get this particle outside the body by the bloodstream.

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Posted in: Moderna says COVID vaccines sent to Japan contained stainless steel particles See in context

Filling the vails is a fully automated process.

Each filling system has a detection system based on light or laser to confirm the present of foreign objects and should be rejected through the reject exit.

What happened with the check?

Also samples of each batch depending on the size of the batch should be taken by QA for test. What happened with this check?

Also API's should be checked before processing to medicine.

So many flaws inside the process line.

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Posted in: Man arrested after urinating in drink bottle of woman coworker because 'he liked her' See in context

So many strange people.

If he liked her than try to make an approach and make a talk.

But urinating in her drinking bottle is a fetish or mental issue.

And again the well-known Japanese excuse "I don't recall".

How often is this used lol

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