Jason Holt comments

Posted in: Japan offers $3.5 million to help Rohingya boat people See in context

Offer visas

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Posted in: Construction of controversial Yamba dam resumes See in context

rather fresh water and clean domestically produced energy than nuclear or oil based

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Posted in: Gov't discusses measures to stop crop damage by wild boars, deer See in context

I think there is a bounty on boar and deer, but there are not enough of them getting old like farmers and it is extremely difficult to recruit and license new hunters. reintroducing wolves would solve the problem naturally.

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Posted in: 5 of Japan’s best locations to ski and snowboard See in context

What happened to Nozawa Onsen, the quintessential Japanese ancient ski village ranked a week ago by the New York Times as one of the top places to visit in the world?

http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2014/01/10/travel/2014-places-to-go.html?_r=1

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Posted in: Marketing a mountain village See in context

Thank you all for your support, please do come visit ! The fresh life of spring is neigh upon us.

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Posted in: Marketing a mountain village See in context

Jeff: Your comment is understood when taking the writers words literally, but it was actually a tongue-in-cheek remark on our country stereotypes, not meant to be prejudiced... we live in the village and everyone is very warm and supportive, hoping for our success. What people are averse to is the possibility of speculators ruining their rich heritage, or not being able to take care of their acquisitions properly (the amount of snow can literally destroy a building, damage neighbors property and seriously hurt people walking adjacent roads) and I believe those are justified concerns, that we deal with. Speculation did a lot of damage to much of old Japan during the bubble era. Jason

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