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Posted in: Japan to OK train fare hikes for holidays, weekends due to 'overtourism' concerns See in context

The only ones suffering from this will be the Japanese population.

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Posted in: Appeal thrown out for man sentenced to 16 years for death of son See in context

too short!

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Posted in: 'One Piece' creator to undergo surgery; manga to go on hiatus See in context

Oda get well soon.

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Posted in: 3-year-old girl dies after being left in bus for 5 hours See in context

Again?! Unforgivable!

and those guys in their 70s might not even getting jail time because of their age. Ridiculous

2 ( +2 / -0 )

Posted in: Elon Musk tweets he is 'buying Manchester United' See in context

Seriously dude take your spaceship and leave earth and never come back!

the world doesn’t need you

just leave all your money here for support of climate change, global warming, poverty etc

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Posted in: Japanese pond owner breaks into tears after 3,000 fish die in robbery See in context


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Posted in: 'Guerrilla' sales, crowdsourcing: Japan's game console crunch See in context

Maybe they should do something against those resellers that are selling the consoles for a higher price! Especially on Rakuten. I know few Japanese that are trying to get the console just to make money

2 ( +2 / -0 )

Posted in: Couple arrested after leaving 7-month-old baby at home alone See in context

I’m scared to leave my 2 month old son unattended for 1 minute just to go to the bathroom and they left their son alone for 7 hours?! They don’t deserve having a baby and properly don’t even love their kid. They should be punished for this! Worst thing is that these kinda news are very common lately… :(

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Posted in: Rainy season ends in Tokyo, neighboring areas; earliest since 1951 See in context

Well maybe the media instead spreading fear about corona they should tell the Japanese citizens how to use their AC properly. Most Japanese I know keep their AC running 24/7 and around 22C. Electricity saving isn’t something that is part of Japanese culture….

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Posted in: Japan's child population falls for 41st year to record low See in context

Wow… I didn’t know that the pandemic started 41 years ago. (Being sarcastic)

The pandemic has nothing to do with this 41 years long ongoing trend.

There is almost no support from the government for families with kids.

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Posted in: Low-cost sterilization of dogs, cats curbs killing of strays See in context

How about closing all these breeding facilities too. So people can adopt a stray cat instead buying one.

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Posted in: Man, woman get 12 years in prison for fatal abuse of her 3-year-old son See in context

Ridiculous… you want to stop child abuse you must punish those people with much higher charges.

What they did was horrible and unforgivable they should get lifetime or even worse.

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Posted in: 'Stupid' and 'insane': Some billionaires attack tax plan See in context

Probably getting a lot bad votes for this comment… but the rich people are making this planet worse!

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Posted in: LDP most popular; nearly 40% of voters undecided ahead of election See in context

Lmao maybe one day the population starts caring about politics and vote the right group.

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Posted in: Gov't to boost hospital capacity to treat more COVID patients See in context

How about making hospitals available for women who are pregnant and have to give birth but got infected?!

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Posted in: Pet seller arrested for keeping 85 dogs in poor living conditions See in context


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Posted in: KDDI to offer cheapest large data mobile plan amid gov't pressure See in context

As long as customers are willing to pay nothing will change. In Europe I pay €8 for 60gb and unlimited calls. The prices in Japan are just ridiculous high.

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Posted in: NTT Docomo to lower mobile phone charges See in context

Japanese never complain about things. Or at least not enough. I have a prepaid plan in Italy that costs me €8 / month with 60gb and unlimited calls.

In Japan they still ask you to pay extra for unlimited calls when you can easily use apps to call for free.

20gb nowadays is almost nothing if you think how big data became.

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Posted in: Confirmed coronavirus patient in Aichi told to go home, goes bar hopping instead See in context

Sue him for murder!

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Posted in: Woman in Kamakura arrested for abandoning kitten in coin locker See in context

but her in a coin locker

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Posted in: 23 passengers not tested before leaving cruise ship in Yokohama See in context

14 days quarantine at home?

What about the people living with you? Are they gonna stay away from you? How is bringing you food? A robot?

sorry Japan but you lost control about this situation!

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Posted in: 'Bureaucrats were in charge': Japanese doctor blasts ship quarantine See in context

Well done.

Fight the government

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Posted in: Kyoto starts new 'Empty' tourism campaign to attract tourists during coronavirus outbreak See in context


attract Chinese tourists

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Posted in: Mitsubishi’s solution for stressed office workers in Japan: fake skylight video displays See in context

That’s not a solution.

that’s avoiding the problem

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Posted in: Four road laws in Japan you’ve probably broken See in context

Riding on the sidewalk is illegal?

I guess nobody knows that in Japan.

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Posted in: Japanese nationals return from virus-hit Wuhan on charter jet See in context

Let me guess they all stay in hotel room till they show symptoms?!

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Posted in: 61% believe women should continue to work after giving birth: survey See in context

Matter of choice or not.

Most women get bullied from coworkers if they stay away from work too long after giving birth.

how about doing a survey about that

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Posted in: Lithium from electronic waste can contaminate water supply See in context


I knew this since I was a kid.

that is why in Europe you can’t just throw away batteries in the trash.

you have to throw them into special containers for batteries.

never saw that hear in Japan!

2 ( +2 / -0 )

Posted in: Over 30% of Japanese managers feel intense stress from working with foreigners: survey See in context

Stressed? lol

Japanese working environment are soooo bad.

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Posted in: Abe determined to amend Constitution after debate in next Diet session See in context

How about changing pm instead ?

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