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Posted in: 7-Eleven Japan now has plant-based vegetarian steamed 'meat buns' See in context

The world has gone insane about the diet. If u want to eat healthy food all your life, you have to become a farmer.

The place where I live, Pokhara, has 90% of the people farming their own food and have many stocks in their house that will last 4 to 5 years and every season keep farming.

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Posted in: Top recommendations for heat-and-eat curry in Japan See in context

People mentioned London for curry? Indians will never agree. Well only those Indians in UK who has never been to India.

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Posted in: Japan's new university entrance exams begin See in context

9/10 in that hall will still need to struggle hard all their life.

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Posted in: Korea Town See in context

There will never be Japan town in S.Korea but Koreans want to market in Japan.

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Posted in: Novelist Murakami urges politicians to speak sincerely about virus See in context

Nice way to tell everyone that he is going to release his new novel so that everyone should read during the pandemic and feel good about it.

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Posted in: Business leaders vow to revive pandemic-hit economy with innovation See in context

if old men want to work they feel like horse power at retirement age, you shouldn't motivate them to stop. Let them keep going.

If Gov makes a rule that everyone has to compulsory retire after 65 or 70, then most will go mentally mad, esp in Asian countries where they keep want to move here and there.

It's the foreigners / Highly educated people / Gaijins want to make everyone sit still after 65.

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Posted in: Is it rude to eat when your food arrives first at a restaurant? See in context

Mixed reviews. Depends upon every single individual and also, food. The topic is not interesting, it's a waste of time and makes people mentally ill if people start to compete each other over the useless never ending debate.

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Posted in: Stop at the world’s largest outdoor bathroom on a day trip along scenic Kominato Railway See in context

Very common in other Asian countries

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Posted in: Japan's middle class slowly sinking into poverty See in context

Lower Class - Below ¥ 200,000 a month

Middle Class - Average ¥ 250,000 - 450,000 monthly

Higher Class - Above ¥ 500,000 - Unlimited

Nevertheless, it's not about income, it's how you make yourself and your family happy. That you should know.

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Posted in: 11 members of sumo stable infected with coronavirus See in context

Size wise they're unhealthy to you but physically they're much stronger and mentally, we're all crap in this generation.

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Posted in: Int'l fans thank pop group Arashi as it starts hiatus See in context

ok I understand your hate and bashing over Pop but aren't one of your family member/relative/friends are into those music buying their stuff? And you're directly insulting the band & the agency when you should be making some good advice to the person you're close to who like those pop culture.

Btw, I'm Not a pop fan either saying these things, just into the world of psychedelic folk classic jazz rock genre.

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Posted in: Japanese mountain hot spring town transforms into gorgeous winter wonderland See in context

How come people think these photos are beautiful? It's not even Wide and Natural.

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Posted in: Japan-UK post-Brexit trade deal takes effect See in context

After all, UK is STILL clever and smart but let's see how long it last without EU. Japan is just obsessed with British Culture, don't know why but most Asians (esp. poor Asian Countries) who haven't been to UK thinks London is very very high developed city than Tokyo but it's too damn boring city.

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Posted in: Japan greets new year with crowds despite pleas from leaders to stay home See in context

If those people look so serious without social distancing, why didn't they do this at home? Does it have to be at outside just because of the occasion? Young people are too proud of their education.

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Posted in: Mochi may be even more dangerous in 2021 due to coronavirus See in context

My First Word for 2021 - Mochi

And I am going to eat different flavors this year.

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Posted in: Put down the soy sauce ... We try a new way to season your sushi See in context

Soy sauce is a msg, some afraid and some don't care.

Sushi should be eaten without anything, otherwise why you want to taste sauce or paste over the actual taste of sushi.

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Posted in: Photographer captures stunning shots of Japan’s famous remote mountain village in snow See in context

Before editing generation, there was real capture but now it's too computerised.

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Posted in: Anime 'Demon Slayer' becomes Japan's top-grossing film See in context

Studio Ghibli is still the Japan's authentic pride.

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Posted in: Japan halts new arrivals from around world; suspends Go To Travel campaign See in context

Giving priority to businessman and students? And that's also from China and South Korea. It doesn't make sense. Then all the big airports now should be 30% airport 70% hospital.

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Posted in: Activist, champion: Naomi Osaka selected AP Female Athlete of Year See in context

By giving her such title, it's definitely a big business. She isn't worth it for what she had done or is doing. She can grunt as loud she can in the court but she got to be quiet outside.

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Posted in: Millions face new UK virus restrictions; border chaos eases See in context

Everything is closed on Christmas and they reported such new cases fearmongering on the day when everyone is at home. Just a day before the Government was very happy about the Brexit deal they finally made at the stoppage time.

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Posted in: Japan developing tracking system for travelers from overseas as anti-virus measure See in context

A normal employed man gets around 28 days holidays a year. 2 weeks quarantine at side and another two at other side. Its an Quarantine Holidays.

That's for mainstream travellers from the plane and ship. What about those underground travellers? Such a Spies and Pirates, are they going to be tracked?

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Posted in: Who’s that voice actor? Anime VA voice recognition app Anivo will tell you See in context

It's better Not to know the real voice actor. Once the anime fans see those voice actors, it will turn them off and their favourite character will have to be changed to the ones those voice actor also have to be looked like anime character, but it's hard to be matched.

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Posted in: Travelers can now fly in a Pokemon plane in Japan See in context

Not at a Pokemedic time like these and looks like flight to Ogasawara Island.

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Posted in: Hard work See in context

But its also an easy job. No hassle from anyone. Just on your own. Plus pay is very good. Only if you don't care about the dignity.

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Posted in: Fewer travelers returning to hometowns for New Year holidays See in context

They're all waiting for Spring Holiday which is the main holidays for Japanese.

This is the holiday for Westerners. Not for Asians. Japan should reuse their own calender. Well, Chinese do and some other Asians do. Very unreal for Japanese not using THEIR OWN.

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Posted in: Japan welcomes UK-EU trade deal See in context

UK is a very good spot for Japanese car makers. No disasters. Cheap labors (Not real British), and easier to transport here and there as Japanese should realise it is at almost central part of the map (which is also one of the main reason British chose that place to live, otherwise they would have chosen some Asian countries they fought in the war, Example, Nepal, they knew there isn't much there except hills and mountains with earthquale and landslide zones, very smart people they were but getting dumb these days all because of the pride and greed)

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Posted in: Studio Ghibli quietly joins Twitter as anime production company creates official account See in context

Why can't they release new movie at least every 2 years. And Ghibli Park should be larger and better than Disneyworld in Japan. Why Japanese doesn't support this and always stick to American stuff.

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Posted in: Delivery robot See in context

Still need to come out of the house and if the order is wrong or mistaken, who takes the blame? Robot?

These kind of news also interestingly vanishes just like delivery drones.

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Posted in: What are your fondest childhood memories of Christmas? See in context


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