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Posted in: Japan expands ban on arrivals from 73 countries See in context

An important information is missing in the article.....what about foreign nationals?

Japan Embassy website in the US is much more clear!

"Additional designation of areas subject to the entry ban Designating the entire areas of 49 countries and regions listed below* as areas subject to the entry ban. Banning the entry of foreigners who have visited the areas within the last 14 days unless there are special circumstances.

Foreigners with the status of residence of “Permanent Resident”, “Spouse or Child of Japanese National”, “Spouse or Child of Permanent Resident” or “Long Term Resident”, who have departed Japan with Re-entry Permission by April 2, are treated, in principle, as persons in special circumstances. This, however, is not applicable to foreigners who depart Japan on or after April 3. The “Special Permanent Resident” is not in the scope of the entry ban."

What about those people working in Japan and stucked abroad? Their home is in Japan....

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Posted in: Japan to give face masks to 50 mil households to fight virus See in context

For O.G government has BILLION yens and its people, what a gift, two *** masks! What a joke especially for families! That's pathetic and ridiculous especially compared to all other countries helping financially each person!

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Posted in: 'Parasite' director Bong greeted by applause in South Korea See in context

Amazing and great movie, he deserved his awards!

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Posted in: Nissan files ¥10 bil damages suit against Ghosn See in context

Prosecutors as well as Nissan are so pathetic in their fight against ghost ghosn gone haha! They already spent millions in that case. At least thanks to their stupidity we have popcorn for years....

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Posted in: Prosecutors issue arrest warrant for Ghosn, 3 Americans over his escape See in context

Prosecurtors are still pushing deeply in their stupidy. Get ready everybody, we can prepare popcorn for a lot of time with them....

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Posted in: NBA legend Kobe Bryant, daughter among 9 killed in helicopter crash See in context

RIP Kobe and sad T_T

When Kobe played few months in France during his childhood, coach told him he will never be professional as his father....look what you have done! You did so much for basketball and on that night with 81 points, you became even more a legend.

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Posted in: The surprising truth about cheating on one's partner in Japan See in context

"My Husband Won’t Fit is a fiction but really pathetic!

I know several couples married since decades and as long as husband do not bring woman at home, do not let things such as coupon for love hotel etc...and assume his "family" responsibilities (paying rent etc..), it's okay. There isn't involvement, that's just "play."

And some womens are doing the same too once kids are at school.

This is sad but it is a reality in Japan.

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Posted in: 'Hostage justice?' Japan fights back with an internet FAQ See in context

What a joke!!! Who will believe such FAQ ? Why they only let VERY few medias to shoot in Japanese jails? Journalist can not talk to people in jail....I love Japan but justice do not exist here.

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Posted in: Nissan bolsters taskforce to prepare for Ghosn onslaught See in context

And Nissan executives and some politicians will do the same as always in front of media "大変申し訳ございません” .Remember Olympus scandal, Toshiba and so on ? prepare popcorn for tonight.

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Posted in: Arrest warrant issued in Japan for Ghosn's wife See in context

So pathetic, what next ? They already took illegaly her passport thinking to pressure Carlos and what she did was simply to run away with her other passport. Did she get arrested few days later by coming back ? Not at all as persecutor...oops prosecutor has nothing against her.

Prepare the popcorn for tomorrow press conference and how this will impact in next months/years Japan feodal "justice" and worldwide image.

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Posted in: Ghosn seen on security camera leaving Tokyo home alone on Dec 29 See in context

@Frank Ahanon

guarantee for his bail is huge for us, not for him. And the point is if we had to choose between keeping money or escaping to be finally with your family, and especially wife, guess family is more important no?

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Posted in: Former French President Chirac dies at 86 See in context

Corrupted as almost all politicians but he was fan of Japan and he stood up against stupid Bush and Iraq war! For that, I have respect for him.

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Posted in: Ghosn's wife leaves Japan to appeal to French gov't; prosecutors want her questioned See in context

As many of you, I totally agree with Carole decision and she said she felt like "Argo" movie which I can understand. Under which charges they have the right to take your passport ?

I don't like Ghosn at all but Japan system is totally from middle age....this is just the beginning of a long story. This case will show to everybody on the planet that Japan is not the country that they think it is and a deep change of justice is necessary!

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Posted in: High court rejects claim of wrongful domestic violence certification by ex-husband See in context

So many policemen in Japan but nobody available to investigate about family matters, rapes, child abduction etc...and old politicians to create new law even more.

Heard about so many cases that even abroad, my family got the news and got worried when I was involved with Japanese woman...

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Posted in: Japan to let in 500,000 foreign workers to help plug labor shortage See in context

In other word, more slaves for job that nobody want, not treated and paid as Japanese and more money for the "agencies" finding candidates in China, Vietnam etc....digging the grave of the country.

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Posted in: Wife, local gov't ordered to pay damages for wrongful domestic violence certification See in context

A good decision on how many ? Japan is still living in another century. 6 years to realize the lie that coud have be done in a short time by correct investigation.

For the society, men = not enable to take care of kids so why to investigate?

And don't tell me policemen are not enough, 15 000 for only ONE man lately and event not a criminal.

Actually, to be a father in Japan and even more a foreigner, the risk to loose your kids is really high...and got divorced too.

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Posted in: When big companies in Japan get caught up in scandals, their presidents always bow and apologize at press conferences. In general, do you think top executives should stay and fix the problem or resign? See in context

Press conference is a joke, since decades Japan companies with government help are blowing.

All executives should fix the first problem, all be kicked and then facing trial.

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Posted in: Economist says Tokyo will not benefit long-term from hosting 2020 Olympics See in context

Since the beginning I am against Olympic Games, billions spent for Abe, bureaucrats and all construction corporation etc...and nothing for Fukushima people, kinder garden, child poverty, health problems, social helps and so on.

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Posted in: Dentsu to face open trial over high-profile overwork case See in context

Good point to see dirty prosecutors getting slapped down but as paradoxbox said, pretty sure nothing will change as the problem is deeply inside Japanese society.

50% annual benefice of company to pay in case of karoshi, that's the only way to get down such slavery.

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Posted in: Man gets 2 1/2 years for reckless driving resulting in death See in context

Can't count how many people use smartphone meanwhile driving. Everyday I see driver deliberately crossing red light. I've never seen ANY cops in 8 years at such big intersection...Totally agree with williB!

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Posted in: Abe pledges to regain public trust See in context

"promises bind only those who listen to them" declared French politician Henri Queuille many decades ago. Abe get out as well all other dinosaurs and their families keeping play with the country!

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Posted in: The government hopes to get a casino bill passed in the Diet this month. Do you think casinos should be legalized in Japan? See in context

Pachinko companies are among the richest moving large amount of money, definitely not in crisis (at least not in big cities). Construction companies billion bribes to bureaucracy, digging "biggest hell" for Japanese addicted and their debts/loan...and yakuza welcoming casino to get more cash. As my friend said, Japan is digging its own grave.

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Posted in: A mother leaves Japan so that her teen son can stay See in context

20 years in Japan and not speaking Japanese ? It's a lack of integration and what kind of job she was doing? We have here only few information. The Japanese judge take such decision by taking in account that son is now part of the country as he doesn't know any other one.

Basically we all agree by saying she was wrong to follow so many years in such situation as obviously, one day she has to be caught. Sure it's really sad for the son and it reminds me the very good movie "Crossing Over" and the family completely broken.

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Posted in: Woman arrested for beating boyfriend to death because he locked her out See in context

Need more detail because some parts are still confused, blurred....crazy woman definitely.

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Posted in: In 2nd day of anti-Trump protests, civil rights a top concern See in context

Instead of protesting they should realize how stupid is their election system meanwhile other countries have direct universal suffrage.

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Posted in: Woman stabbed to death by ex-boyfriend in convenience store in Shizuoka See in context

So sad but totally agree with @Disillusioned! Police is still "carebear" by ignoring alerts like in so many cases since decades.

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Posted in: Getting stopped by police in Japan – how often does it happen (and why?) See in context

Did you know you are not supposed to give your resident's card to police? You can show them you have one, but you should not give it to them. The only people who you can give it to are immigration officers.

It's very interesting. Do you have the law number for that please ?

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Posted in: Getting stopped by police in Japan – how often does it happen (and why?) See in context

Another proof of police officer stupid profiling, I was riding on my bicycle as well as my Chinese girlfriend. I was stopped by officer to verify if it was my bicycle and it took my gaijin card and even after he got the confirmation it was mine, he wrote the number of my card on his book note. He refused to give me reason why he had to write the number.

By the way, my girlfriend was not bringing her gaijin card (always forgot it) and she has never been checked by police in 15 years here and neither her family. What else ?

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Posted in: Getting stopped by police in Japan – how often does it happen (and why?) See in context

Author of this article should have read first My friend was checked 4 times in a month!

A Japanese/Philippino mix blooded was arrested for not showing ID because they didn't believe he has Japanese nationatly and it was completely illegal.

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Posted in: Do you think democracy is the best form of government? See in context

Take the latin definition of "Democracy" (demos + kratos) and soon you understand that worldwide use of "democracy" is simply wrong and fake....a simple manipulation to make you feel you change something when in fact you cant as it's an oligarchy. Corrupted politicians creating laws by and for the oligarchy. Best recent example: Baroso (Ex-top chief of UE) now at goldman sach!

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