Funko Toyoda comments

Posted in: Abe says WWII labor row is biggest issue with S Korea See in context

Nationalism continues to create ignorant. Worry about Korea's real problems and don't make up stories to distract attention. Japan has already apologized, let history serve to not repeat mistakes, not as an excuse to create hate.

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Posted in: 'No Japan' banners scrapped in Seoul district after outcry See in context

Nationalism continues to create ignorant. Worry about Korea's real problems and don't make up stories to distract attention. Japan has already apologized, let history serve to not repeat mistakes, not as an excuse to create hate.

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Posted in: S Korean jets fire 360 rounds of warning shots at Russian warplane See in context

Now, don't ask Japan for help. These are your new partners.

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Posted in: S Koreans boycott Japanese beer See in context

If Korea is what it is today it is thanks to Japan and all the technology that Japanese companies have given them.

Poor Korea, instead of advancing they walk backwards.

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Posted in: Japan may take S Korea wartime labor dispute to International Court of Justice: NHK See in context

Korea continues to prove a country that does not want to learn from the past and does not want to close wounds. I understand that they are interested in all this, it is a way of having their citizens distracted by the incompetence of their Government.

Japan and Korea have already signed treaties and reached agreements to close the wounds, Japan has taken responsibility for their actions over the years.

When you forgive alguein is forever, pacts are signed once.

Korea demonstrates with these attitudes to have a great inferiority complex.

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Posted in: 33 dead after man sets fire to Kyoto anime studio See in context

My deepest sympathy to the families and friends of the victims. It is a great pity to lose lives because of disturbed minds.

A hug to the Japanese people

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Posted in: Former Mitsubishi workers seek assets sale for forced colonial-era labor See in context

If today Korea is the country it is, it is thanks to the technology that Japan has given as compensation for its past mistakes.

The agreements signed between the two parties must be respected and Korea does not do so, which shows that the only thing that interests them is money and not the moral compensation of those affected, who are their own citizens.

Japan has paid for its actions and has asked for forgiveness, it does not have to do anything else.

The problem is that Kore has a great inferiority complex.

Stop trying to live from the past, advance Koreans and turn the page.

The past serves not to make the same mistakes.

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Posted in: Labor minister opposes banning female dress codes with high heels See in context

It is necessary to eat, to be happy ... not to wear heels.

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Posted in: Renovated Hiroshima A-bomb museum building opens with new exhibits See in context

Undoubtedly, the most exciting and emotional visit I have ever made to a city. I left the museum with tears in my eyes. Surely I will return to feel the spirit of this fantastic city.

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Posted in: Australian man arrested for spraying graffiti on Tokyo subway cars See in context

I hope that the justice acts with forcefulness before acts of this type. It is a lack of respect towards the furniture of the cities. That they pay the expensive costs of cleaning. Busy

3 ( +3 / -0 )

Posted in: 85-year-old man acquitted of 1985 murder in retrial See in context

Foolish comment:

“Do you think it's a problem unique to Japan? Perhaps you should inform yourself more and you will see that the reality is different.”

Japan is a developed nation, it can set examples, it doesn’t belong in the third world or dictator league of standards

I have explained myself wrongly, I do not say that it is correct or that it is justifying it, I have simply said that it is something that happens in other places, great judicial errors are and have always been news. I will not defend something that is obviously bad, even if it is in Japan and I love your country a lot.

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Posted in: 85-year-old man acquitted of 1985 murder in retrial See in context

Do you think it's a problem unique to Japan? Perhaps you should inform yourself more and you will see that the reality is different.

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Posted in: 'Made by war criminals' label proposed for some Japanese-made items in S Korean schools See in context

Nationalism creates ignorant

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Posted in: Worshippers divided over e-money offerings at Japanese temples See in context

Welcome to the future.

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Posted in: Abe backs Trump after Kim summit ends with no deal See in context

I am surprised to see some Japanese take the threat of North Korea as if it did not exist.

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Posted in: Japanese space probe lands on asteroid 300 million kilometers from Earth See in context

Congratulations to Japan, as always, helping science and humanity to move forward and get to know each other better.

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Posted in: Japan to recognize indigenous Ainu people for first time See in context

I'm sure I have a place at the opening of Tokyo 2020.

Good for Japan, better late than never.

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Posted in: Shoe sniffer admits sexual kicks motivated theft spree See in context

Childhood trauma

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Posted in: Cockroaches found in chicken bowl at Yoshinoya restaurant See in context

This happens in all countries, it is normal that sometimes they can produce pressence of insects the question is to make an adequate maintenance and that the authorities do well their sanitary controls.

I have not had bad experiences in Japan with food every time I come for holidays and I always go to small places, I have eaten authentic wonders in your country.

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Posted in: Mother of fatally abused 10-year-old daughter admits withholding food from her See in context

It is these cases, where the worst of the human being comes out, there is only one punishment that would do justice, but perhaps it is better that he rot in jail the rest of his life and I hope that his conscience, someday, will recognize the atrocity he has committed and suffer every day for it.

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Posted in: Ghosn: Bail refusal would not be normal in any other democracy See in context

I am amazed to read from the Japanese themselves that their country is not a democracy. Perhaps many of you should travel and verify that you are very wrong.

Maybe it's Renault's who write and give positive feedback to Ghosn's comments.

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Posted in: Hundreds gather near Japan's embassy in Seoul to mourn S Korean 'comfort woman' See in context

There is no excuse for the abuse of women but Japan has already assumed its responsibility, let the story be history and learn from the bad so as not to repeat it again.

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Posted in: Japanese gov't urged by lawmakers to take action against S Korea See in context

Korea is like the spoiled child who gets frustrated if he does not get what he wants and when he gets it he wants more. In any case, I think South Korea is the least of Japan's problems, if we think of North Korea or China.

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Posted in: Police questioning people involved in online uranium sale in Japan See in context

Yahoo with controls the ads?

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Posted in: Michael Jackson family condemns new documentary on accusers See in context

You can not excuse reality eternally. It is a disgrace for the fans, but more misfortune for the abused.

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Posted in: Osaka court dismisses Chinese citizens' wartime forced labor suit See in context

Legally speaking, Japan has little problem to reject the case. Morally speaking, Japan is big wrong. Japanese prosperity was based on Chinese suffering. Every trillion dollars that Japan enjoys from Chinese renouncement, means trillion dollars less for Chinese people. If Chinese can sacrifice themselves for the happiness of Japanese people, why can't Japanese do the same thing to Chinese people, as Confucius teaches us to do ?

You are a Chinese who has gone to Japan to look for a better life?

I ask him cordially, it is to try to understand his position and his ideology.

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Posted in: Osaka court dismisses Chinese citizens' wartime forced labor suit See in context

extanker, where was the court of law when the Japanese govt broke the same law to call China a threat, not a friend as define in the treaty ?

You have traveled to China?

Me a couple of times ... and I do not feel free.

I can not use social networks, there are countless websites censored, in short, I think it is obvious what China is, the greatest dictatorship ever known.

The worst thing in this life is to ignore reality.

google translate

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Posted in: Osaka court dismisses Chinese citizens' wartime forced labor suit See in context

And China is a threat. I don't know of any "law" that says you can't call someone a threat...

You are right, it is disturbing to see how some do not see the threat.

And it is we who feed China by buying all its products and manufacturing there.

The global power board is changing, Russia, China ... and you have them very close, too close.

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Posted in: Osaka court dismisses Chinese citizens' wartime forced labor suit See in context

Chinese denouncing Japan for forced labor ... I do not value if it's true or not, that's what the laws and judges are for, but I'm surprised, maybe they should look inside their country and realize what the communist regime does with his subjects.

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Posted in: Mayor apologizes for verbally abusing senior city official See in context

Apologizing is wise

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