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Posted in: Only half of Mount Fuji climbers paying voluntary fee See in context

They should make is mandatory... it's only $10.00

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Posted in: 37-year-old man arrested for abusing 5-year-old stepdaughter See in context

I've been reading about these stupid people who abuse one another, but have never read what happens to them after they are charged. What is the penalty for abuse in Japan? Is it so lax that people are not afraid to do it?

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Posted in: Boston museum cancels 'Kimono Wednesdays' after racism protests See in context

One of these days an organization will get smart and stand up to STUPIDITY and IGNORANCE!.. It's ART! As powerful at the United States is, we are still way behind a lot of other countries when it comes to the Cultural aspect of life! Why are we SO IGNORANT?

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Posted in: 6 utilities include plans to restart 20 reactors in applications for rate hikes See in context

Since the closures of all of the nuclear plants, Japanese have not had any problems with electric use or availability of electricity. Why do they need to restart any nuclear plants? It's all about the money. The Japanese people DO NOT need any nuclear power plants to restart. They are much better off without it.

When all the plants closed a few years ago, the Japanese people were told that there would not be electricity available so everyone conserved energy. Little by little they started to use more electricity without any issues. The electric companies and the government lied to the people about the availability of power. They is NO SHORTAGE of electricity.

DO NOT RESTART ANY NUCLEAR PLANTS. They DON'T need to. AND, the only reason your electric bills are high are because someone has to continue paying TEPCO'S disaster...

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Posted in: 11,000 displaced residents yet to ask TEPCO for compensation See in context

I can't believe that there is an expiration date on filing a claim. it's outrageous! Some of these families will NEVER be able to go back home... And, now you are telling them that they only have just over one year to file a claim? Some of the stupidest things I have ever heard of or read comes out of Japan...How sad!

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Posted in: U.S. military to return some Okinawa land to Japan See in context

I agree with Badsey3. The United States should do a withdrawal starting immediately. 2-3% per year sounds great. Give back little by little so the locals will gain little by little. In the meantime, move from their current location (in the middle of the city) to an outlying area...

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Posted in: Retractable tsunami wall being tested off coast of Wakayama See in context

Why build it in the water...it will take longer to build under water and second the ground under water is not a stable as dry land. They should build it along the shoreline instead of a break-wall...

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Posted in: First gay wedding held at Tokyo Disney Resort See in context

Congratulations! They deserve to be happy no matter what others think or say. Everyone should have the rght to love whom ever they want...

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Posted in: Body found in sea off Otaru identified as JR Hokkaido president See in context

It's sad that the Japanese society has put so much pressure on individuals. It's not one persons fault, yet they take all the blame and ruins the lives of family and friends.

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