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Posted in: Tokyo reports 4,109 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 39,647 See in context

Japan now finds itself at a critical stage in this pandemic. Its failure to contain the virus compared with other developed nations, slow rate of vaccination, closed borders, and mismanagement by all level of government are reflected in these high numbers. All the public can do is continue to social distance, wear a mask, wash their hands thoroughly and stay home.

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Posted in: Naomi Osaka launching her own sports agency: report See in context

Naomi sets a great example for young Japanese women. So many admire her and wish to emulate her. Good luck Naomi!

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 3,809 new coronavirus cases; Osaka 4,192 See in context

Very worrying. Unlike other countries Japan has failed and still battles to bring the coronavirus numbers under control within its local population. Perhaps quasi emergency measures should be reintroduced and restrictions placed on businesses. Individuals need to social distance more, wear a mask, wash their hands and stay home. Take care everyone.

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Posted in: Gov't confirms it will start accepting some foreign tourists in June See in context

This decision will cost the LDP votes at upcoming elections. It seems the majority of Japanese support the ongoing closure of their borders to the foreigner tourists indefinitely. The coronavirus cannot be allowed to spread again.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 2,681 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 21,628 See in context

Japan still struggles to get the coronavirus under control while most of the developed world has moved on.

Keep washing hands, wearing masks, social distance and stay home.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 2,999 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 26,469 See in context

Keep washing your hands, wear a mask, social distance and stay home!

Take care everyone this Golden Week.

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Posted in: Osaka Expo mascot needs name; organizers ask for suggestions See in context

Vomit-chan

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Posted in: Osaka says therapy helping after Miami win See in context

"Like".

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Posted in: Japanese fans react to new trailer of 'Bullet Train' starring Brad Pitt See in context

The “Quiet Car” on the train, which doesn’t exist in Japan, although carriages are generally quiet anyway.

Generally quiet? Yeah maybe. But I've had some shocking bullet train rides with loud obnoxious drunks and women clapping and laughing raucously non stop for two hours.

-5 ( +2 / -7 )

Posted in: Japan to watch WHO probe of director's alleged racism, abuse See in context

Important for JT readers to know more details of his racist language and attacks. Reports in Japan are too filtered.

https://www.npr.org/2022/01/27/1076056335/who-staffers-accused-western-pacific-director-of-racism-and-abuse

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 21 coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 274 See in context

Please continue to be cautious Tokyo!

Remember to wash your hands thoroughly, wear a mask, avoid crowded places, open the windows, try to tele commute and stay home!

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Posted in: Man arrested for stealing woman’s underwear from laundry See in context

"A search of his home turned up 90 items of women’s underwear."

Only 90 items? Dude's in the minor leagues compared to others caught.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 611 coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 4,171 See in context

That's good news especially for Tokyo but let's be vigilant and follow Governor Koike's directions. Wash your hands, wear a mask, avoid crowded places and continue to stay home!

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Posted in: 90-year-old ex-elite bureaucrat gets 5-year jail term over fatal Tokyo car crash See in context

My heart truly aches for Mr Matsunaga. The strength he has shown since the incident is incredible.

I think I read somewhere at the time of the incident that Iizuka didn't even need to be driving that day as at his age and as part of his retirement benefits he had access to a government driver within Tokyo and surrounding environs.

I also didn't like the way Iizuka was treated with kid gloves and what appeared to be respectfully (people bowing, guiding him etc ) by the authorities and police when they bought him back to the incident scene last year to go through what had happened.

RIP Mana and little Riko and my continued deepest sympathy to Mr Matsunaga.

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Posted in: Author Murakami criticizes Suga over pandemic measures See in context

Even in Japan celebrities seem to know best. Run for office if you think you can do better. The Japanese are more than happy to have the LDP as their rulers otherwise they wouldn't vote for them.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 4,704 coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 24,976 See in context

I have no idea what to deduce from all of these numbers anymore except that according to the J media Japan has done much better at curbing the impact and number of deaths connected to the virus.

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Posted in: Bach is back See in context

What a life this elite has. Is he staying in that 3 million yen a night suite again in Tokyo? Lots of in room massages hey Tommy boy?!

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Posted in: Pool power See in context

Good luck to all the Paralympians! Totally in awe of your efforts and achievements.

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Posted in: 14-year-old swimmer Yamada wins Japan's 1st Paralympic medal See in context

Congratulations Miyuki!

Inspirational stuff!

Btw that wheelchair rugby is insane! Those guys have no fear.

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Posted in: 33 prefectures now under state of emergency as virus surges See in context

"Japan has weathered the pandemic better than many other countries, with around 15,600 deaths nationwide since the start"

Phew! That must be a great comfort to the relatives and friends of the deceased.

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Posted in: Tokyo Paralympics to open as Japan battles virus surge See in context

Has the great one Shogun Bach returned?

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 2,447 coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 16,841 See in context

Delta variant peaking along with increased vaccinations and SOEs could be the reason for the decrease in numbers. Tap down vote now..

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Posted in: Japan's governors call for COVID lockdown See in context

"Go To Home"

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Posted in: Purple for Paralympics See in context

The Paralympics excite has begun!

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Posted in: Bach to return to Tokyo for Paralympics opening ceremony See in context

Are there any Japanese unemployed "artists" and other assorted no-hopers protesting Shogun Bach's return, the Paralympics in general or spraying liquids in disabled people's faces while conducting the Paralympic torch relay?

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 5,386 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally hits record 23,917 See in context

Osaka number well up over 2000 today. Weather improved this afternoon so local supermarkets and parks were a little busier.

The usual several maskless oyajis were able to enjoy a few cup sakes and no name beers at the "Eat in space" again in the Aeon supermarket.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 4,295 coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 17,832 See in context

Good to see things under control in Kanto. Little sense of emergency. Some family members visited Tokyo Disneyland and the Skytree amongst other attractions this weekend. They reported that it was not too crowded, social distancing optional, plenty of masks worn as chinstraps. Lucky buggers are off to Okinawa tomorrow!

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 5,094 coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 20,151 See in context

Close all bars and restaurants at 6pm. Last drinks at 5pm.

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Posted in: Colorful group See in context

Good to see people enjoying themselves and nice to see those colorful yukata on these grey and inclement days. To hell with Suga and Koike telling people to stay home all the time.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 2,612 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 10,574 See in context

Yep. I was right. Looks like the number of cases peaked last week. The Olympic is over and the foreigner has left. The number of cases will continue to go down. Good job Tokyo!

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