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Posted in: Hokkaido ski resort tackles growing tension between Japanese, foreign residents See in context

“Japanese for the most part just want to be segregated from foreigners and do things "their" way. It is just so deeply ingrained in the culture its not even funny. “

Agreed. Nevertheless, if I lived anywhere not as a native , I would follow the “ when in Rome” rule.

This also really goes to show that’s every “ Special home town” is expanding and gaining global popularity. We are becoming a global community. Please get use to it. Especially the non natives..;)

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Posted in: Outlook uncertain for Japan's whaling industry despite commercial restart See in context

Why do people in Japan need to accept eating whale meet? ANY species in the world that is endangered should not be eaten. Period. It’s not about tradition or nationalism. Weather you live in the west or east. Doesn’t that kind of make sense?

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Posted in: 'Snowden' director Stone warns of U.S. bid to 'control the world' See in context

Oliver stone has done more fact checking and research than all of us. Weather you like it or not. Weather you like him or not.

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Posted in: World's first 'otaku' summit opens in Japan See in context

I think it sounds like fun... Back in the mid & late 80's I had blue streaks in my hair & rocked the leather jacket with Icer 1 painted on back & z gundam on the front. My wardrobe was all about dressing Otaku & I worked it before "Otaku" was an everyday word or even being used. I would have done anything to attend a gathering in Japan! Like some, I'm older now and leave the cosplay to the younger folk. Although my sense of fashion is permenently embebded with an anime influence:) Haha

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