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Posted in: Japan's 10-day break to fete new emperor may breathe life into economy See in context

Happy Holidays!

Enjoy the Moments of Opportunity.

People complain too much as in most comments above.

Let everyone have fun in their style. It's up to u whether u want to travel or stay at home. Nobody cares.

Just enjoy the holidays!.

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Posted in: Taste of Japan in Rome See in context

Paris - Wine

Rome - Pizza

London - Tea?

Rest of Europe - Authentic Japanese Cuisine

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Posted in: Trump gets Buckingham Palace dinner date See in context

Royals! Make sure the dinner plate includes favourite British food 'Fish & Chips', if not enough for heavy guy, then 2nd and 3rd favourites 'British Chicken Tikka' and 'British Chinese Takeaway'.

But do not surprise him with 'British Burger', he might......(there goes some funny lines).

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Posted in: Japanese shops selling tins of Heisei air See in context

You haven't smell yet so u really can't tell whether it's worth it or not.

If not worth it, at least u know.

If worth it, u're happily floating in the air

And Even with simple common sense, you may never know. So don't judge a book by its cover.

What if u make a product and people say the same thing? So think before u speak.

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Posted in: Valley of the dolls: Scarecrows outnumber people in Tokushima village See in context

Funny that he thought it was his father. But i heard some people (even older ones) put the scarecrow costumes and scare some young people and tourist out there. This might be one of the reason that place becoming an empty.

There is deep story in 3 hour slow rollercoaster movie 'The Tale of Iya'.

I think huge amusement park 'MAP (My Anime Park)' can be build in this place. Or smaller version of 'Tokyo'?

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Posted in: TEPCO to employ foreign workers at Fukushima plant under new visa system See in context

So many positive or negative comments?

If given two choices, Foreigners prefer to choose work on hazardous sites in countries like Japan, US than be humiliated in MiddleEast countries.

So, Most Foreigners have two choices.

To work on dangerous areas? Or

To work on common areas but humiliated?

1st one applies or implies on underground, ocean, tunnels, nuclear sites in many developed countries.

2nd applies in all countries but esp. MiddleEast.

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Posted in: K-pop phenomenon BTS first Korean act to top UK chart See in context

Not into Kpop except Sistar (and Crayon Pop is good for your children/teens) and after watching few videos of BTS, i seem to believe their talents and their very much supportive loyal fans.

Their live is good except that they don't play the instruments.

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Posted in: Book offers spirited claim that 1999 was best year ever for movies See in context

Try to put 'American' movies on each sentences.

For European and Asian Cinema, Every year is the best.

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Posted in: Blind Japanese sailor successfully completes non-stop Pacific crossing See in context

Now it's time to adopt Seagull, favourite animal of a Sailor.

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Posted in: Japan looks to fight gambling addiction ahead of casino openings See in context

One big casino like in Macau is enough in just one location of Japan. No need for branches, it will increase the crime in community.

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Posted in: 5 travel rewards myths that could cost you See in context

10 years ago when booking a flight through it's official airline site, i didn't have to pay for the seats. It was like first come first serve basis. I could choose any available seats for free.

Now, to choose your preferable or available seats, i have to pay ¥ 3000 for each seats (Departure, Transit & Return). Total 12000, sometimes more. That is ridiculous.

So i don't bother and stuck onto whatever seats stamped on my boarding pass.

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Posted in: Japanese police officer gets pay cut for using dating app to see several men See in context

Story is light and not in depth but clever to increase the dating apps.

Some cheap crime between a lady officer and her different kind of men, that we do not know.

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Posted in: Hayao Miyazaki still looking for talented staff to join Studio Ghibli for new anime production See in context

Such pay with tax or without?

There are many talented people with unique ideas who want to tell their stories and adapt into movies.

But 8/10 needs budget.

I, for one, is the example.

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Posted in: 'Lone Wolf and Cub' creator Kazuo Koike dies at 82 See in context

Lone Wolf & Cub Series were all so good.

There are lot of older generation Japanese talents lying on hospital. I wonder if their fans do meet them still.

I do want to meet beautiful Keiko Matsuzaka, good that she is still active.

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Posted in: Some of Samsung's new folding phones are already breaking See in context

Only Japan can bring the mighty two (Apple & Samsung) down.

Japanese company is working very hard to make the very best phone ever to blow out all other fishes.

It will be released soon. One day. 60s to 80s Japanese product companies era will be born again.

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Posted in: Ghosn's wife fears his trial may be unfair See in context

She came to know about this NOW? Before it's too late!

Smart person doesn't bother to be in the circle of media. He/She choses retirement from all. Very simple yet smart choice we have in our life yet complicates everything.

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Posted in: Ito: Tattoo-friendly onsen, panoramic ocean views and capybaras See in context

If the Ocean is right there in front of Onsen, i'd rather be floating on sea freely rather than at squished man-made Onsen.

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Posted in: 1,000-year-old tree See in context

Surprised & Confused that it wasn't in Okinawa.

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Posted in: Expensive tissue paper at Osaka prison prompts human rights concern See in context

I thought Asians use squats and pipewater. It's clean this way though because the rolls have lot of bacteria no matter how expensive they are or eco.

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Posted in: Naomi Osaka among Time magazine's 100 Most Influential People See in context

Don't care about top 100 on Time or on any magazine.

There are many poor people who have done lot of good things for the society in the villages/countryside throughout their life. I'm more influenced by these people.

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Posted in: Japanese museum show tries to clean up poop's image See in context

Toilet sinks should be the shape of Bristol Poop Chart. They say no. 4 is what u should have every day but i keep having No. 1, 2, 3 every day.

Btw, later this year London soon going to have the Worlds' First Vagina Musuem.

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Posted in: Cinema vs streaming: the battle over when and where you can see movies See in context

So much @ Film Festivals.

Support real filmmakers and the team.

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Posted in: First impression working women want to make is clear skin, Japanese survey reveals See in context

If they want clear skin, they should live in countryside and use the fresh water. Avoid all the cosmetics.

Hilly countryside skin are clear all because of pure water and organic foods but they work a lot in the fields. And when they go to cities for new life, they end up with different looks and need to edit to make it clear.

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Posted in: High school girl skirt lengths and hair fashions once again in a flux See in context

Dress code depends upon each.

If a girl has beautiful legs, she either shows or hides.

If a girl has unattractive legs, she either hides or doesn't care to show.

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Posted in: Suntory sells 'world whisky' blend as premium tipple See in context

Rice Wine or Millet Whiskey are better healthier choices.

Those traditional and fermented for long time in the jar.

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Posted in: English level at Japan's secondary schools falls short of gov't target See in context

In a reverse way, there aren't good Japanese classes with real Japanese teachers in UK or other side of the world.

But such institute or academy are making good business. Those students never learn in the class with such expensive fees. They realise they actually learn from YT videos or dramas.

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Posted in: New women-only gym in Tokyo offers free all-you-can-eat donuts and other sweets to members See in context

All the workers and owner should be female as well, otherwise it's heartbreaking for the husbands of the female members.

So the real donuts are the female members.

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Posted in: Amazon Japan raises Prime membership fee for first time in 11 years See in context

Heard it's better than Netflix for more Asian stuff

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Posted in: Customer information stolen from popular luxury cruise train's site See in context

Not just in Japan, in most developed countries, companies know our records and history.

We get calls from some unknown companies almost every day. Don't we? And CCTV following us everywhere we go.

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Posted in: Man stops train from leaving station in Japan; video goes viral online See in context

So many people showed anger that they would push. But you won't able to do. You will be in trouble too by both society and law.

All Bark But No Bite.

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