Marilita Fabie-Fujisawa comments

Posted in: Star of dolphin-killing film 'Cove' detained at Narita airport See in context

Japan surely doesn't allow " critical views" and voicing out own opinions that sounds derogatory about the country. There's no free speech here. "Heiwa bokke"....sorry, don't know how to translate that in English...

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Posted in: Netflix expands into 130 more countries in surprise move See in context

If only the movies were the latest. The series takes a long time for the episodes to be shown. You're watching one good one then there's a long pause of when it's gonna be shown again. Why is this so? It's just like the "Hulu" of Japan.

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Posted in: Traffic death toll in Tokyo 161 in 2015; lowest figure since World War II See in context

Amazing! Good to hear! Good to know! OTSU KARE SAMA DESHITA to the one's concerned! Good job well done!

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Posted in: Angry single men stage anti-Christmas rally in Tokyo See in context

Three cheers to ALBALEO's comment!!

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Posted in: Trio grab Y75 mil in jewelry in Harry Winston store heist See in context

I call this extremes! The most safest country in the world and yet they can rob Harry Winston jewelry!!

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Posted in: Grandparents seen as cash cows in Japan See in context

That's how it is over here, grandparents don't know any better as that's how they were brought up, the upbringing, the family values, the visitation time, the bonding is all completely differ from other countries. It can't be helped, it's their customs. That's why change is important. Improvement on family life and bonding. More hugs and simple pleasures should be more appreciated and implemented.. I hope I succeed in implementing such values when I get my very own grandchild.

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Posted in: M5.5 quake jolts Fukushima, Kanto region See in context

Funny? I didn't feel a thing!

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Posted in: Couple in 20s file suit over 6-month remarriage ban for women See in context

Prehistoric laws LOL!!!

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Posted in: Top 10 things even Japanese people think they’re too obsessive about See in context

What I don't understand is when the bus you are about to board won't even wait for you even if we're just talking in seconds late, and even when the bus driver sees you coming hurrying down a plight of stairs carefully putting in mind not to stumble. And mind you, the bus is empty and about to make a a stop a couple of meters away when the signal light is red. Very robotic. No feelings.

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Posted in: What do you think of Japanese TV programs? Seen anything you like? See in context

Noisy!

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Posted in: Passion for life at home for IKEA's man in Japan See in context

Not to mention the bed we bought!and the matching cabinets...omg..it's falling into pieces...wait till the J find out more about their item... My husband hates IKEA, I wonder what the staff are really doing there as they don't seem to be needing any work to do as you have to do every darn thing yourselves! It also is an extended place if you can't make it to Disneyland with all this kids!!! it's a very stressing place to go and shop!

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Posted in: Japanese man attempting Everest climb turns back See in context

The name alone "dead zone, speaks it..who would want to go there in the first place,,thank God he humbled himself to return and leave his pride there in the said dead zone!

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Posted in: What do Japanese men think about dating foreign women? See in context

Sex? Are you kidding me? Sex is an issue here? Sorry to break your bubble, but I dated my husband of 36 years now and going strong in the beginning just like any young loving normal do. Sex never became an issue or something that entered our thoughts, it comes naturally, love leads you too. Instincts of the heart.

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Posted in: Body of newborn baby girl found at garbage collection spot See in context

My only wish is this thing not to happen anymore, but if it does so, I wish it happens right before my eyes, I'd like to have to be able to care for one unconditionally and make it my own.,

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Posted in: 1-year-old girl dies of traumatic brain injury See in context

The values for life is going lower and lower

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Posted in: Police believe murdered girl, missing boy were taken near train station See in context

First of all, in my country, we are never allowed to be playing in the streets or even in friends home on school days! We were never allowed to be roaming around in malls or in arcades or even in supermarkets in our school uniforms unless accompanied with my mom! Now that's my country, that's my upbringing.bi find it very strange that the kids in Japan are so free to do al it's anything they want, come home anytime they want too, wear c,others they feel like, and even spend and purchase anything they can afford too. This system should change, and fast! I can't understand why the parents waited so ,ong before she contacted the police, or I may be wrong as it doesn't mention anything abt she calling one..by dinner time if her kids hasn't gone gone, she should have panicked already! My opinion.

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Posted in: Mel Gibson to direct new movie on Battle of Okinawa See in context

Another movie not to be shown here in Japan.

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Posted in: Shark sightings force closure of 9 Ibaraki beaches See in context

Until the Sharks leave the area? Is it that simple?

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Posted in: 7 customs that Japanese people wish would just disappear See in context

I want them all of the above scraped from the J thinking and custom! Truly a total pressure. Especially the money giving thingy during weddings..that's one reason why it's only one partner of the couple invited. It would be too much to invite both. So which brings down to the fact that they're only after money not the friendship celebrated together during such special occasion...,my opinion.

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Posted in: 21-year-old man arrested for abusing 3-month-old daughter See in context

I see a lot of this abuse right before my very eyes. They take their toddlers and babies alike to inappropriate places, naturally the kids get cranky and the parents gets irritated and starts verbally abusing with punches on the head. Even when the kids want to go to the toilet, I've seen others rushing their kids telling them to hurry up and get done with their business and a punch in the head. One time I was questioned as to why I was staring over the situation, I just told her to shut up her mouth and she left mumbling more words to herself. It's so sad how this kids are being treated. I wish I could start all over again taking care of my grown up children! I had fun attending to them prioritizing their schedules before mine and my hubby.

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Posted in: Bowing is an important outward sign of contrition by Japanese company executives caught up in a scandal. But how sincere do you think the act of bowing is, as an apology? See in context

Sincerety in seconds perhaps then forgotten..that's how I'd Iike to put it this time.

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Posted in: Man sets himself on fire after emailing his estranged wife See in context

Double ouch, fire and warning!

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Posted in: Teacher forces 96 students to kneel for 20 minutes as punishment for being late See in context

All the more they must have gotten late for the field trip

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Posted in: Prince Akishino, Princess Kiko celebrate 25th wedding anniversary See in context

Aarrara...labu labu desu ne!

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Posted in: 14-year-old girl jumps to death from train platform See in context

Poor little one..I wish I could have been of help. I wish I knew her or something and maybe just maybe would have made a little difference. It gives me chest pains.

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Posted in: 40% of unattached singles in their 20s, 30s don't want relationship: survey See in context

I agree with sand honor all the way. You took the words out from my mouth. Everything's become easy to be able to need the touch of another, the love for another. This is a country for business, for making money, for luring consumers, for creating something of the latest and being number one with it, but when it comes to relationships and integrating with other people and doing stuff together like hobbies and building a family perhaps in the future completely lax in all aspects. Sad to say but I can and have seen it around me. In fact I know a few youngish who chose such path. The environment has a lot to do with it too. The country and its pace.

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Posted in: Japan's tourism boom lifts economy, but brings headaches See in context

Exactly. employ more foreign people.

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Posted in: Controversial autobiography of 1997 Kobe child killer released See in context

Khulifi..... You took the words out of my mouth!

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Posted in: 2 arrested over bomb threats to Machida high school See in context

I guess they wanted attention. Whatever their pleas were, they must have been ignored or unheard. You know how the authorities shun complains to people who truly speak and say what they think. It's not common in them to do so, and when someone does it, they're completely ignored and that's when betrayal and traitorship enters. Just saying what I think.

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