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Posted in: In Japan, the customer is not king See in context

Try finding a meal on a weekend outside the 'official' 12 - 2pm lunch period. Even in Tokyo (don't even consider it outside of the main cities) I am always amazed by the lack of choice. I agree. There is something inherently inflexible about the Japanese customer service culture that really lets it down.

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Posted in: Australian filmmaker to swim from Japan to U.S. See in context

I agree with radegastt. Most of these posts seem to miss the point. It is often only an outrageous act that will effectively bring an environmental issue to the surface. Sure he has set a huge task - but full marks to him!

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Posted in: Ishihara blames Tokyo 2016 failure on behind-the-scenes deals See in context

Maybe Ishihara would do well to look in his own backyard if he is looking for reasons for not being selected. I mean, did Tokyoites or the Japanese in general for that matter really want the Games. If there was a ground swell of support at local level I must have missed it. Having lived in a city that was selected for the Olympics, I have witnessed the excitement of a city populous supporting and celebrating a common goal. I would suggest to Ishihara that Japan has other things on its mind at the moment - and I am afraid that sentiment carried through to the IOC selectors.

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