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Posted in: Triumph of the spirit See in context

JT now we're talking!

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Posted in: Prominent Kyoto restaurants say no to Michelin See in context

I think its great the Kyoto restaurants gave the Michelin people a bit of stick. Have there been any articles about the Japanese tiring of this guide?

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Posted in: Cop arrested for stealing girl's underwear during investigation See in context

I gotta say this is wrong no matter what.

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Posted in: Cop's handcuffs stolen while he's investigating adult entertainment business See in context

Yeah I bet.....I suppose its better than the cop stealing the underwear.

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Posted in: Anna Tsuchiya rockin' with second child See in context

Stirfry that is classic! Thats another one for the annals of Japan Today! Whilst not wanting to be judgemental, this seems to happen too often in Japan. I wonder whether its the same father? Only time will tell.

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Posted in: Model citizens See in context

RogerBentham you got good eyes or x-ray eyes! Am I missing something but I can only see 125's chin. Now Japan Today we need a few more photos like this.

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Posted in: Royal relay See in context

Yep I got to agree with the commentators, she looks like her Dad a tad too much.

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Posted in: New breed of employees can’t communicate and wilt under pressure See in context

I have to agree with the posts that are stating that things have swung too far the other way. Sure no one wants these grads to be subjected to some of the oji-san brutality but work is a little like school, at some point you need to stand up and be counted. You can't keep on running to mummy and daddy. I feel sorry for the parents because they are going to have to support this lot into their 60's and beyond and with Japanese taxes and all I don't know how they will be able to afford it and when they pass away how will this lot survive? I think Japan will end up being a playground for rich/wealthy tourists and foreigners who live there.

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Posted in: Japanese porn star scraps Indonesia film shoot See in context

Wise move. She does'nt want a fatwa on her.

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Posted in: Model in altered Ralph Lauren ad for Japan speaks out See in context

Modeling is a tough gig and it depends on timing and what you inherited from your parents. Its tough for her but she can't complain, modeling from 15 to 23 ain't a bad stretch and is a lifetime in that industry. Hard to have a lot of sympathy as the industry doesn't exactly hide what it is.

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Posted in: Eco-cars See in context

Now this is really cool and this is the Japan everyone wants to see. I hope one of these little dudes keeps it up and ends up running the country one day. GAMBATTE!

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Posted in: Look at my body See in context

These guys must be the lightweights because their heads all seem a little big compared to their bodies. Interesting that they all wear the same coloured speedos.

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Posted in: How to stay beautiful in Japan through your diet See in context

Ambrosia - you shouldn't lose your cool. My comment regarding Japanese men is that they would probably have nice skin if they didn't drink and smoke a lot. Whether you like it or not genetics does play a part accompanied by diet. Look at the Dutch, they are the tallest people on average in the world, you dont put that down to genetics? I think no one here in this commentary is being particularly nasty. Obviously this is somewhat of a sore point. And PS your not the only one that has travelled.

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Posted in: How to stay beautiful in Japan through your diet See in context

Sure Japanese women on average have better skin and that is because of the 1) culture to not suntan and 2) so much pressure to have nice skin. In the west most women at a young age are out and about and skin beauty is not so emphasized. Lastly its asian genetics because Korean women have beautiful skin too.

The comment about Japanese guys skin is interesting and I think that person is right. I don't think Japanese guys have great skin esp. as they tend to pick at their acne.

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

This guy is a loser. He disliked foreigners yet he wants an Olympic in Tokyo - well that will attract a lot of dreadful foreigners and then all he can do is whinge. Just congratulate Rio and be done with it.

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Posted in: Film on Japanese occupation of Nanjing wins top prize in San Sebastian See in context

"NeoJamal at 02:01 PM JST - 28th September

Just as the atomic bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki saved alot of Japanese lives, the rape of Nanking saved alot of Chinese lives."

How does that logic work? Are you saying by raping and pillaging Nanjing it brought China's plight to the world? Thats just crazy. Its like saying the gas chambers of all those German prisons brought the plight of the Jews to the world and saved the remaining Jews. I am afraid I cannot see the logic in your comment.

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Posted in: Namie Amuro shines in new commercial for Vidal Sassoon See in context

she looks good

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Posted in: Kobayashi reclaims world hamburger-eating title See in context

This is really getting tiring.......just lets stick to the Nathans contest and keep it at that...

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Posted in: Tattoos See in context

The Pope makes a good point but good on her if its her thing...looking at the photo is kind of real life anime....

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Posted in: Izakaya owner fatally stabbed by customer in Saitama See in context

Poor guy. Probably did'nt know what hit him. Imagine just finishing cooking the chau-han and you get a knife to the cut. Thats just weird. I don't know what it is about Japan but there seems to always be so much "Falling Down" (see Kirk Douglas movie) incidents.

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Posted in: Saitama police launch new unit to prevent groping on trains See in context

It will be interesting to see whether this will change things....

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Posted in: The age of the disposable male See in context

All I would say to these girls is that if you dance with the devil, remember to expect your toes to get stepped on and bruised! And no I am no religious zealot. I just think that this trend will simply reverse and go back to the old traditions of where the woman will end up as the "disposable woman". Whether we all like it or not things really haven't fundamentally changed that much from the early 20th century.

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Posted in: Ringaround See in context

Good luck guys! Ignore all the sarcy comments.....

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Posted in: Cooking See in context

Kowaiiiiiiiiiii desho!

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Posted in: Corny See in context

Gees the person who decided to post this picture is really asking for it! Phrases like "I'll show them white corn" are likely to pop....along with cream, butter etc. etc. Why do Japanese tarento always get pictured holding the most inane objects???

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Posted in: Maki Nishiyama heads to the races See in context

i am not sure what to make of this photo...

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Posted in: Norika Fujiwara to play saucy singer in musical 'Cabaret' See in context

She looks great but I think after all the limelight she always seems a little sad.....I am sure her divorce hurt her but you have to wish the girl all the best and I hope the show does well.

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Posted in: 2,000 bunches of grapes stolen from Yamanashi farm See in context

I thought to myself at first - whats the big deal grapes. Then I read 5 million yen! and then thought Crikey! But I wonder how the hell they did it? Thats an awful lot of grapes and then being that expensive you wouldnt want to bruise them and then its not like 2,000 bunches is a small amount.....interesting desho.....

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Posted in: Taxi driver See in context

keep waiting and polishing my friend....

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Posted in: Marie gives the lowdown on being 'half' See in context

Its tough and good. Here in Japan, halfs are seen as somewhat unique or exotic (well when they are older anyway) but in other Asian countries it is viewed with some aprehension. A good mate of mine was half oriental and half white and he had a bit of a tough time at school. Kids are cruel in any country so its just not Japan. I think Marie has had it quite easy here but she is definitely not the best looking of the lot.

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