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Posted in: S Korean President Moon sends personal letter to emperor See in context

The South Korean president himself chose the judge who did the strange trial. Japan must be careful about the actions of the president.

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Posted in: Another cabinet minister, 100 cross-party lawmakers visit Yasukuni shrine See in context

Those who affirm the visit to Yasukuni probably have the same opinion as Judge  Radhabinod Pal regarding the Tokyo trial. Is that bad?

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Posted in: Abe to skip Yasukuni visit during autumn festival: sources See in context

Unfortunately, Yasukuni Shrine lost its legitimacy after the Emperor stopped visiting. The reason why the Emperor stopped his visit was said to be because he disliked Yousuke Matsuoka and Toshio Shiratori among those who were classified as Class A war criminals. By the way, these two people were involved in the alliance with Germany.

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Posted in: Nobel laureate Yoshino craves more research discoveries See in context

The development of energy storage technology helps reduce the dependence on nuclear power plants. Great!

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Posted in: S Korean fighter jet patrols over islands disputed by Japan See in context

South Korea for some reason avoids the International Court of Justice.

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Posted in: No grant for Aichi art festival after 'comfort women' exhibition fiasco See in context

The Asahi Shimbun, which first addressed the comfort women issue, apologized for the error in the article. It's ridiculous to use public money to make this problem bigger.

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Posted in: Japan, S Korea agree to continue dialogue as disputes go unresolved See in context

The South Korean court is not an international justice court. Therefore, at least Japan is not bound by that judgment.

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Posted in: Frayed Japan-S Korea ties should not affect security issues: Abe See in context

The country most angry about South Korea's destruction of GSOMIA is the United States. Japan is probably saying this for the United States rather than for their own country. Because it ’s a true ally.

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Posted in: 'Comfort women' exhibition should be reopened, Aichi governor says See in context

Reference knowledge

The model of the comfort woman statue is not a comfort woman.

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Posted in: Japan not inviting S Korea to naval review amid dispute See in context

There is no need to invite a country that cannot comply with international treaties.

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Posted in: Japan, S Korea foreign ministers arranging to meet on Sept 26 See in context

Don't lose to harassment by South Korea.

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Posted in: Japan accepts talks with South Korea on WTO arbitration See in context

I think the biggest problem in South Korea is the low quality of the law department of the university.

Basic understanding such as prohibition of retroactive punishment, separation of power, and compliance with international law is too shallow.

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Posted in: Dignitaries from over 190 countries expected at emperor's post-accession ceremony See in context

Does South Korea boycott this?

Insults to the Emperor are not allowed in Japan.

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Posted in: South Korea drops Japan from 'white list' in trade row See in context

Let's change from Samsung to Micron.

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Posted in: S Korean beer imports from Japan plunge 97% See in context

The text on the photo should be changed to “Japan, please sell them”.

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Posted in: South Korea files WTO dispute with Japan on export curbs See in context

South Korea will lose.

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Posted in: S Korean beer imports from Japan plunge 97% See in context

Japan wants to boycott South Korean products, but it doesn't use much in the first place.

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Posted in: Seven-time Olympian, pioneer woman lawmaker Hashimoto appointed Olympics minister See in context

Will she be able to cope with South Korean selfishness?

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Posted in: South Korea initiating WTO complaint over Japan trade curbs See in context

South Korea will report that even if it loses, it won in the country.

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Posted in: TEPCO will have to dump radioactive Fukushima water into Pacific, minister says See in context

This problem is more serious.

Report: North Korea uranium plant may be sending toxic waste into river

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Posted in: Jobs in Japan for S Korean graduates dry up See in context

The South Korean government is thinking only about election measures and not thinking about its own people.

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Posted in: Nissan mulls pulling out of S Korea, Financial Times reports See in context

A country that is destroyed if you own a Japanese car. scared.

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Posted in: Seoul, Busan pass bill to boycott 'war crimes' Japanese firms See in context

Japan and the United States will remove South Korea and move the precision machinery factory to Taiwan. There is no need for South Korea.

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Posted in: Japan protests Putin message celebrating new factory on disputed isle See in context

The Soviet Union broke Soviet–Japanese Neutrality Pactthe . I can't trust Russia.

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Posted in: South Korea calls for ban of 'rising sun' flag at 2020 Olympics See in context

The Rising Sun Flag As Part Of Japanese Culture

The Flags of the Maritime Self-Defense Force and the Ground Self-Defense Force As Official Flags of Japan’s Self-Defense Forces

  The design of the rising sun is widely used in the world.

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Posted in: South Korea calls for ban of 'rising sun' flag at 2020 Olympics See in context

As many sensible people understand, the perpetrator is Korea and the victim is Japan.

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Posted in: Japan briefs diplomats on Fukushima plant's radioactive water See in context

There have been no deaths from nuclear power plant radiation. Don't worry too much.

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Posted in: Letter threatening to hunt Koreans sent to S Korean embassy in Japan See in context

It would be safer to stay away from each other for a while.

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Posted in: Japan to set up police unit to help defend disputed islets: NHK See in context

It is clear from the  Okinawa Reversion Agreement and supporting documents.

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Posted in: Nagoya exhibition defends pulling 'comfort woman' statue; opponents say it's censorship See in context

South Korean history textbooks are fiction.

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