http://hara19.jp/archives/11303 Hope you people see this article and understand what the guy wants to do. Just some kind of offender for pleasure. They don't go up by themselves, thrown up on even a branch, That's the fact.
CGB Spender Who cares what kind of drugs they are.
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I agree with you. There are some people who purposely give them drugs so that they stay at the same location such as on a bench in Shimokitazawa, chair and there on a street sign in Ginza. Cats don't go up there to sleep by themselves in fact when I saw them in Ginza before, although people touched them they didn't wake up! It is not normal or natural. That's what someone regularly does to get ppl's attention in Japan. If you like cats, should not get excited with those guys' act. かわいそうだ！
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Well said!! That's the difference !
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Japan is taking a stance that Senkaku islets are theirs and no dispute with any other countries. If Japan started to file a suit for Senkaku Islets, it would mean that Japan admits there is a dispute, of course, they didn't have to do it from their side unless China or Taiwan files the case. It is very natural, isn't it? But this time, the difference in stances between Japan and Korea is that when either of them is asked to go to court, Korea refuses, but Japan wouldn't refuse, to be precise, not allowed to do so. So you can't compare Japan 's stance to Korea's. As for a dispute with Russia. Japan suggested that they should go to court in 1972, but Russia refused. It's not like Japan didn't do anything.
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Mistake, Unless there is no >>>>> As long as there is no.
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Please look up 選択条項受諾宣言 in English, if China did, Japan would have to accept it. Unless there is no lawsuit from China or Taiwan, why Japan has to bring it to ICJ? They have to do it first since they know Japan is not allowed to turn down the claim before ICJ.
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Some people here say that if China filed a suit over disputed islets, Japan would not stand in the court, it is not true really.
1, They haven't never filed a suit in the international court for the islets. 2, If China did, Japan must stand in the court, rejection is not allowed because Japan has agreed the folllwing declaration. 選択条項受諾宣言＝optional article accepting declaration??? Not sure in English .
So the idea that Japan would do the same thing as Korea is doing now, is out of point.
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No. This is based on Japanese documents. In the 1877 Japanese Kobunruko Documents, Japan's Meiji Government Formally acknowledged Dokdo as Korean territory.
Yes I know the documents but there are differences in interpretation between Korean and Japan, like Japan didn't mentioned about the controversial island in the documents, They mentioned different islets because the controversial island were called differently. Calling the controversial island with a different name long time ago is not only what Japan used to do , but Korea, too.
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Thanks! Yes, your theory seems perfect if you only listen to Korean side. According to Japanese government people regularly went to the island in 17century to get shellfish, so they must have known the existence.
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http://www.mofa.go.jp/mofaj/area/takeshima/g_ninchi.html This is the japanese claim why they insist the island belongs to Japan . I don't know where you got the idea that Japan didn't know it's existence till1870 as you said, it seems to be your illusion. At least what it's written there is what Japan will tell the ICJ , you have got to read through both claims first and have your opinion.
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*> ＠pawatan It's unworkable. Restaurants and other places that buy food wholesale will have to buy cheaper foreign foods to be competitive. Individuals may be able to make choices for their own cooking but not for most prepared foods. It will be the death of the Japanese farmer, by and large.
I see ready -made meal and menu in restaurants with domestic vegitables a lot in spite of the fact that Chinese vegitables have been imported on a big scale. I think it's because domestic crops can be a come-on to customeres. I personally think the merits the Japanese people except for farmers aquire though TPP seems to be more important in the long term as future of Japan is more like depending on those who are in Electronics or automobile industries. Also in general, when foreign products come into the Japanese markets, makers or companies try to make busines efforts to fight back otherwise, they die out. Why only farmers are protected by law. I hope people will just meet trouble halfway after joining TPP, as demands of domestic foods are still so high, the more foreign foods entered, the more demands it will be.
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