How can people do that?!
better to ask why so common in Japan
not the first time I seen a story similar to this
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Boo hoo what did you expect during a pandemic crisis???? You’re here just to play softball and that’s it.
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Certified Space food
Its delicious but is this considered real food or unhealthy food?
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i won’t get the vaccine unless the place administering it has a fully equipped ICU with doctor to save you just in case of bad reaction
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Seems like vaccines are doing wonderful. I went to lunch at a family restaurant for lunch and it was crowded and everybody talking loudly and I don’t see how that is not spreading the virus
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cant wait for the Olympics to be over so we can stop hearing about this everyday. i wonder what is next after the Olympics what Japan will be so focus on once they are done with Olympics?
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Escaping from reality. life is fruity and too peaceful here in Japan is what it resembles other than the petty crimes that happen as as oppose to other countries. It actually a good thing because everyone is mostly peaceful in my opinion and less violence. The kawaii culture has been around for quite some time.
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Rinse and repeat
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cheaper to hit soap land than prison time
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My advice is to sit back chillax at home and let the virus run its course in other word bunker up and hide
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Finally it surpassed the lucky 300 figure Tokyo loves. Good sign that the infected are decreasing
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Yes such irony japan hate skaters and many sign are put on the streets saying no skating allowed here,
BMXers got it worse they can only ride the streets and grind rails at night because in the day time its just to jammed crowded and hard to find any dedicated skate parks like you would find any city in the USA.
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Numbers decreasing thats a good sign and the sweet spot is 300s for Tokyo.
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Posted in: Convenience stores have different policies on allowing customers to use their toilets. Some don't mind, while other say no because, among other reasons, customers might use the toilet to hide shoplifted items in their clothing. What's your view? See in context
Your lucky here in Japan as many convenience stores have toilets. In the USA if you try to use a toilet at 7//11 they will flat out deny you and even when I was in seatle washington i had to take a number 2 so bad i could not find the nearest toilet so i rushed into starbucks and was told I need to buy a drink first before I can use there toilets.
The only convineces store i know that deny customers toilets in Tokyo are in Shinjuku kabukicho redlight gangster city which makes sense but the average convenient store I have been around always welcomed customers to freely use toilets and if every convenient store were to ban customer use then people will begin urinating in public which was a common thing here in Tokyo as far as i have been living here I know.
The lights in a shop aren't free. If you walk into a shop at night, you should be charged for it. People wanting something for nothing isn't cool.
Thats their problem if they want to run a business they they need to pay for electricity..... you want customers?? Window shopping leads to maybe ill buy something.
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We believe that the legacy of efforts to curtail power harassment pays respect to his tragic death, which came too soon at 28, although nothing will ever be enough,” he said.
Really?? 28 was too soon how about at age 38 would it had been better???
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I am also a victim to this harrashment and overtime but wo't disclose what japanese company it is. I was always pissed off and would drink on web meetings to calm myself. After quiting i feel like all the smptoms disappeared after about a week! Best choice i made in my life as that company was working me to death.
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Really where’s the proof
Death rates are up, hospitals are full, doctors and nurses over worked and stressed, COVID sick people turned away from hospitals because there are no beds, and many end up dying at home because they could not get hospital care.
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It’s in the number plan I bet to make Tokyo look safe to hold Olympics. No brainstorming here
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I’m half Japanese and half white so hmmm I guess they need to add me in the trial of effectacy so I can help the hafu find out in another haft a year from now
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A fine tennis player I agree but they are innovators doing what to make our society better?
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Lol government is trolling us everywhere and everyday it’s a wake up call by now.... still rofling here
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You all know it’s BS propaganda numbers with only 436.... let them keep fooling you lol
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Yes mine would be a reminder holiday that LIFE & FAMILY MATTERS to all in Japan.
I would call this Holliday "過労死による死亡の防止" and and requires all japanese companies to abide and give holiday time!
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Also they should change the logo as every time I see it reminds me of covid because the logo looks like a covid variant
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it seems that the IOC are giving a hint that the pandemic is over and sense of falseness that Wuhan China virus is contained so there is no threat at all with Covid
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Also once the Olympics are over the should convert the athletes brand new hotels in to a covid dedicated hospitals to house and care for the sick
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once the Olympics are over life will be back to normal for a change. Been tired of listening to news about Olympic Olympic let it happen and move on.
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Those 70,000 are immortals!
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