Proof that the Japanese government has not given any thoughts about the logistics and feasibility of such requirements, I invite people to check the geography of the Kansai airport, and tell me how are tourists supposed to reach a hotel they have booked without using public transports or taxis? What are they supposed to do? Swim?
Of course, residents who have their own car, or whom's families will come pick them up do not have these problems, so maybe the Japanese government only thought about how Japanese people coming back home would be OK, but did not really care about tourists?
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Will these apartments also come with an inexplicable and unjustifiable 2 months gift to the owner and another 2 months of deposit money that you will barely see back because they will charge 75% of your deposit for 1 hour of cleaning upon exiting the apartment? Because Japan has to stop this freaking rip-off when it comes to contracting apartments...
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Hey look, we're not happy that a gaijin managed to be successful where other Japanese CEOs have failed miserably for the past 20 years, so we are going to torpedo his work and success, make him look like the devil, and replace him with a new Japanese CEO...
... Oh wait, the new Japanese CEOs are failing again, quick quick, let us pretend we are still opened to the alliance that we so consciously and meticulously destroyed, nobody will notice...
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Maybe an unpopular opinion here but, this is a survey, not a scientific study, so it is worth what it is worth...
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Yeah... because proper insulation, central heating, and insulated glazing is not the way to go... smh
People will always choose comfort, and in the meantime, the electricity consumption reaches all time highs each winters, and the planet suffers from that... But sure, let's all wear sweaters at home...
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Tackling Japan’s rapidly aging and declining population has become an urgent task
the Japanese government is aware of this issue for decades, and apparently it "has become [...] urgent" just now. "Slow to embrace change" doesn't even start to describe it !
It's not even a matter of "if" or "when" it's going to happen. Now that it has happened, what will Japan and the Japanese people do to make sure the future generations will have the same access to a stable life than their elders ? If the government keeps the same passive attitude, they better prepare for some social unrest in the next decades.
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Playing too much violent video games. Kids are being brainwashed numbing their moral sensibilities.
Yeah, probably the video games, look at me, I played so much video games when I was young that now, every time I see a turtle, I want to jump on its head...
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Haha Wakarimasen, I don't know if you were trying to offend me, but you made me laugh. And I wouldn't mind a few more fingers, if it means I get to type faster on my keyboard !
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There was a French comedian who used to say "You can laugh at everything, but not with anyone.". Once more, he's been proven right. Obviously, this kind of TV show is made for French speaking people and humor is, like art, not something you can discuss. Though I do not get all the Japanese humor (on TV or anywhere else) I do not criticize it because I lack the cultural baggage to understand it.
Like Open Minded said, this show contains a lot more borderline jokes than probably any other French show, and believe me, French celebrities/politicians are more likely the ones to take the heat. So instead of losing it's time, why doesn't Japan get angered by TEPCO's CEO who admitted lying so many times I don't have enough fingers to keep track of it...
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