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Posted in: Listening only when experts say something convenient for her and ignoring them at other times raises questions about her perspectives as a leader. See in context

I was told the japanese are masters at blocking out everything that is めんどくさい

crying children, traffic noise , inconvenient questions

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Posted in: Suga to seek reelection as party leader despite LDP setback in Yokohama See in context

And the revolving door swings again.

I would say give a much younger person the chance but this will never happen. Japan continues to be ruled by men who are mentally stuck in the showa era

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Posted in: Officials in Tokyo alarmed at lack of sense of crisis as virus cases hit record highs See in context

In any other country, people would have demonstrated against such an incompetent government.

I don't understand why the japanese up with it.

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Posted in: Whither thou goest, 'terebi'? See in context

Regular japanese tv is not worth the watch. Talentless talentos, variety shows, people watching other people eat ramen and lots of eeeeehhh and oishiiiii. It makes you want to throw your brain out of the window.

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Posted in: 1st case of COVID-19 detected in Tokyo Olympic Village See in context

pretends to be shocked It was only a matter of time

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Posted in: Missing Ugandan athlete leaves note saying he wants to work in Japan See in context

Nigerian mafia ??

I guess he’s handing out flyers in Harajuku and Kabukicho.

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Posted in: Tokyo hotel criticized for 'Japanese only' notice for elevator use See in context

Galapagos Syndrome

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Posted in: SoftBank says Pepper robot remains 'alive' and well See in context

Can anyone explain to me why the japanese love robots so much ?

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Posted in: Bodies of elderly couple found in refrigerator; police search for son See in context

I bet he is unemployed

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Posted in: Mother develops underwear to help girls' transition to puberty See in context

„tuck her napkins away so that they aren't noticeable" 

Because japan is filled with people who have x-ray eyes. I have never heard about sanitary pads being visible through clothes

With this mindset it’s no wonder girls are still ashamed of their menstruation. This taboo needs to go.

If I had to chose I would rather use sanitary pads instead of wearing a blood soaked panty the whole day. If the pad is full you remove it and use a new one.

What are you doing if you have school + club activities til 5 or 6 pm and you are not able to change your underwear until you get home. Doesn’t sound so comfortable if you ask me.

And where do you put the used one ? I don’t think many girls are enthusiastic about the idea carrying used underwear in their school bag . Even if you put it in a zip log bag.

I can imagine the panties start smelling quickly during the hot and humid Japanese summer.

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Posted in: Gov't considering quasi-state of emergency in Tokyo during Olympics See in context

wonder why the the state of emergency doesn’t have a mascot yet. They even have one for the polluted waters in fukushima

This is Pippo the quasi-state of emergency mascot. 我慢して!

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Posted in: Basic etiquette tips for Japan: The social rules of conduct See in context

During my stay in japan I saw people breaking these rules on a daily basis. Especially in Osaka.

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Posted in: Suga reshuffles LDP leadership; likely to retain key ministers, except Kono See in context

I barely can’t contain my excitement....I’m vibrating in my seat.

They gonna run the country into the ground

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Posted in: 15 rude things not to do on trains in Japan See in context

@DaDude

Haha I can confirm this

In Osaka I saw a drunk guy falling down the stairs. After a few minutes he got up and zombie walked into the train

There is another thing that's needs to be on the list

People who make one step into the train and stop walking immediately, blocking the way for all the passengers behind them. Most of them are so occupied with their smartphones. They don't notice the crowd of people behind them.

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Posted in: FamilyMart apologizes after rodent video goes viral See in context

Just bring in some of those bored cat cafe cats. They would have the time of their life.

Yesterday I went home from Yokohama Red Brick Warehouse (it was already dark) and the guy in front of me tripped over a dead rat.

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