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Posted in: Yuzu drink See in context

Tried it but I dont like it. I still prefer the yuzu drink I always buy from Y100 shop and the one they served at JAL flights. They're good.

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Posted in: Ebizo-Mao wedding gets average 18.7% viewer rating See in context

Mao is just like living in a fantasy. I know for sure, she's like a high school girl giggling because she caught a good-looking man to flaunt about! Honeymoons have ending and reality will set in. I am not kidding!

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Posted in: Ebizo-Mao wedding gets average 18.7% viewer rating See in context

This event just proved that the financial situation for TVs, celebrities and event management companies are in real worse situation. They would grab any opportunities just to make a big buck. Well timing is always important and this is not the good time for all lavish spending. Yeah, all these celebrities who flaunt their weddings are in danger of divorcing eventually. He dated several women and fathered a child? That's a big news! I thought Ebizu has some self-respect as he portray on his love and respect of Kabuki art, but he has not whatsoever. It should have been a good idea if he has not married at all, what for, he can date any women anyway. He said on the wedding if you had catched it "uwakiwa (paused) shimasen." I doubt it, now that he had mentioned it, wait he will do otherwise. Oh man! But this is the fact - celebrities whatever bad actions they had committed as far as they are real good-looking - will always have the support of non-good looking producers, fans and other morons out there. Celebrities lives and death will always be talked about no matter what!!!

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Posted in: Marie gives the lowdown on being 'half' See in context

Oh let's not call anyone halfs, mixed, gaijin etc. I prefer to call my own son - a Third Cultural Kid. Actually, most of us are.

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Posted in: Marie gives the lowdown on being 'half' See in context

Think about it - Japanese who married a foreigner - are they consider being racist - I think not. Only those who are so insulated who had never been able to live overseas for an extended period of time who will call children of mixed marriage names.

I had gathered that most of posters here are living in Japan for a length of time that you should get used to Japanese characteristics of making snide remarks - but why do you still care?

Those Japanese who made those remarks are either "appearance-challenged" people or they are low self-esteemed people or they just got nothing better to do with their time.

Also if they are truly racist, what of those pure bred Japanese guys and gals coloring their hair blonder than the real blondes themselves. I think the Japanese wished they are Caucasian, too not other Asians if they have a choice.

But I think the Japanese are good-looking people as they are so they don't have be challenged by the so-called "ha-fus."

The Japanese people should accept that seeing more mixed ethnicities in their country is the manifestation of the globalization thing of which they also embraced that's why they opened up to the world some thirty years ago.

This is just my opinion and not challenging anyone else's in this thread.

Let's just have a happy time amidst the real issues - the influenza, the typhoons, the tremors etc...

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