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Posted in: Consumption tax hike may be delayed depending on June data: PM aide See in context

I wonder when the Japanese population will react on Abenomics?!

It’s not working till day one.

Mostly everything he is doing isn’t helping Japan at all.

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Posted in: 1st exam held in Japan for foreigners seeking new work visa See in context

Poor workers! They will be treated badly and now they also have to take a test?! It’s funny that Japan keeps thinking that are such an awesome country where everyone wants to live.

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Posted in: 19-year-old girl killed in hit-and-run See in context

Regarding the hit and run.

I might be wrong but I think no matter what happened it’s always the driver’s fault so that is probably the reason why everyone is running away.

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Posted in: 19-year-old girl killed in hit-and-run See in context

RIP

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Posted in: 30% of young Japanese say Diet not helping people's lives See in context

The sad part is that it’s only 30%.

It should be way higher. This is totally no democracy and people in Japan should wake up and do something against it.

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Posted in: Extra abdication holidays pose dilemma for Japanese workers See in context

It’s funny how they complain about good things or things that don’t matter, but when they really should complain they just ignore it.

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Posted in: Abe explains choice of Reiwa for next era name See in context

Most of my Japanese friends were disappointed of Rei in Reiwa.

And when Abo was explaining it they nearly puked.

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Posted in: Gov’t proposes measures to make it easier for foreign visitors to get mobile phones See in context

Japan should implement more prepaid SIM cards and drop their prices. It’s just ridiculous how expensive it is.

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Posted in: Woman dies after being stabbed in back in apartment See in context

Rest In Peace!

seriously it feels that since 1-2 years crime is rising a bit imo.

But it’s no wonder with aging population and no real improvement ahead... people will start getting frustrated.

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Posted in: Is overtime work in Tokyo going to get worse thanks to the Olympics’ new last train schedules? See in context

Japanese only start thinking to change something when it’s unavoidable and the whole world is watching.

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Posted in: Man kept mother’s body in bathroom since her death last August See in context

I hope he gets jailed for it.

Not just a fine

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Posted in: Gov't OKs plan to legally ban parents from physically punishing children See in context

Another nonsense law just to look good globally! Like Premium Friday, the anti Terror law and so on.

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Posted in: Ex-mayor who quit over verbal abuse and arson comments re-elected See in context

Seriously this country is going down slowly

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Posted in: Abe renews commitment to constitutional reform See in context

Abe doesn’t care about the Japanese population and people voting for them. Lmao

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Posted in: Abe renews commitment to constitutional reform See in context

Abe is destroying this country!

It’s a lovely peaceful county... but he is ruining it. All this Abenomics didn’t work at all. Everything he does is making things worse. Instead changing the constitution he should use the money for kindergartens, birth help etc.

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Posted in: Abe suggests he won't seek 4th term as LDP president See in context

Hopefully he is gone asap.

But probably they will change the rule to keep him. :(

anyway as long as they keep putting those jijis at power with ww2 mindset it’s useless.

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Posted in: Hitachi, 10 group firms caught using foreign trainees illegally See in context

Guess some people will bow in front of the tv again.

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Posted in: Cabinet approves bill to lower mobile phone fees in Japan See in context

Seriously the prices are ridiculously high in Japan. In Italy with 10€ / month I got a limitless calls and 30 gb data plan.

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Posted in: Japan to ban physical punishment of children by parents See in context

and honestly the government should shut up about making new laws and banning things just to look good.

The government should toughen their laws instead.

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Posted in: Japan to ban physical punishment of children by parents See in context

Violence is not a solution and neither spoiling your child. As parent it’s really important to be patient and teach your kid what’s right or wrong.

Too many kids are spoiled in Japan.

People let their kids do whatever they want... run around in the supermarket, misbehaving in trains etc.

And what do parents say? “They are children forgive them”.

True. I forgive the children but I won’t forgive the parents who are not able to teach them about life.

now regarding violence.

Killing a child should be the death penalty or lifetime in prison.

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Posted in: Two years on, ‘Premium Friday’ still a laughing stock See in context

Japan has such a great pm. he did only awesome things for this country.

Seriously when will we get rid of him!

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Posted in: Prices of food, drink items to increase See in context

Yes please make everything more expensive since the prices are sooo low. And with my super well paid 240k job my life will be awesome.

Thank you Abe!

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Posted in: Cabinet OKs limiting health insurance coverage to Japan residents See in context

Honestly whatever Abe decides can’t be good.

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Posted in: Man arrested for beating girl after she helps woman who vomited on bus See in context

It’s getting worse

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Posted in: LDP adopts concise plan on constitutional revision at convention See in context

What’s wrong with that guy?

Why do they wanna change it?

Why do they wanna change peace to war?

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Posted in: 5 cats poisoned to death in Kanagawa area in past week See in context

hope the person/people who did that gets what he/she/they deserve!

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Posted in: ‘Jisa Biz’ campaign to ease overcrowding on Tokyo trains starts Monday See in context

I don’t live in Tokyo, but in Osaka. Most problem here is that everyone is keeping their huge rucksack on and stand in front of the door. Especially students. Nobody is moving inside.

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