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Posted in: No. of foreign workers in Japan triples in decade to record 1.46 million See in context

Now crime rates will triple as well. In every country with so many workers from foreign countries, we have seen crime rates soar uncontrollably. Look at the USA for example.

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Posted in: TEPCO apologizes for still-radioactive water at Fukushima plant See in context

The radioactivity is really not that dangerous. We are exposed to radiation daily, from our microwave ovens to our televisions. Just relax, people. geez

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Posted in: Serena cartoon fuels debate about 'racist' Australia See in context

It's funny watching white people decide what is and what is not racist because white people know so much about racism.

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Posted in: Abe vows further efforts to attract 40 mil foreign visitors by 2020 See in context

Bertiewooster, there are US bases in Okinawa because Japan tried to take over the world. The US stopped them in WWII and ended up taking over and by keeping bases in Okinawa it allows the US manage the balance of power and keep an eye on China and NK.

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Posted in: In your experience, which country's airport immigration offices have been the rudest or most difficult to deal with? See in context

Strangerland it depends on what you look like. I'm guessing SE Asians and dark people have very different reactions from immigration officers to those from western countries. Same thing probably happens everywhere I'd assume.

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Posted in: High-tech Tokyo tops list of world's most innovative cities See in context

Some things are definitely high tech however they still use too much cash, DVDS, fax machines and have not yet automated McDonalds. Ganbare Japan I am a foreigner and I am not shocked that robots are working as staff. I am shocked that Japan still uses cash! Who uses cash anymore?

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Posted in: Siblings of French tourist missing in Japan arrive to help find her See in context

Stormcrow how about this: carry a photocopy of the important information in your passport and leave your passport in the hotel safe :)

Wakarimasen you are right. I don't know why they are talking about passports so much.

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Posted in: Siblings of French tourist missing in Japan arrive to help find her See in context

Commanteer, have you ever been to Japan? Are you aware of how much crime there is in Japan?

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Posted in: Siblings of French tourist missing in Japan arrive to help find her See in context

Stormcrow I'm pretty sure most people don't carry their passports on them when they travel abroad (depending on the country). Do you want to get robbed and lose your passport or keep it in your hotel safe?

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Posted in: Study shows iPhone the smartphone of choice for young Japanese women See in context

Johnathanjo have you ever heard of google?

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Posted in: 2020 Tokyo Olympics consider daylight saving to beat heat See in context

I'm looking forward to the hottest olympics in history. Maybe even a real marathon when the winner dies of heat exhaustion.

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Posted in: Hot fuss: 2 years out, fears linger over Tokyo's toasty Olympics See in context

Why is everything based on the Olympics? Nobody will care and they will forget Tokyo had the Olympics, much like all of you forgot every previous olympics. Does anyone remember the London Olympics or even care anymore? The same thing will happen in 2020.

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