Chicken breast with bone inside? Spanish chorizo? What's the point of even printing recipes with ingredients that you can't but or are hard to find in Japan??
Moderator: You can find all the ingredients or close substitutes in Japan.
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Not really necessary. The distance between Kamiyacho and Kasumigaseki stations on that line is not that great. The clout of the Mori Corp in action.
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Japan will be destroyed by Belgium. They scraped by 10-man Colombia, had a decent tie against Senegal and were an absolute joke against Poland. Belgium will be the first really tough team they will face. Hard to root for these guys after that last performance.
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"The official was absent a total of 55 hours over six months, according to the city."
I think there is more to the story. 3 mins a day only adds up to 6 hours in 6 months. I think this dude was calling in sick a lot or something and the city used the 'early lunch' as an excuse to reprimand. They obviously want him gone.
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I live near Todai and went there yesterday after reading this article and got the one with double meat. On the bill it was itemized as a roast beef sub with an extra serving of roast beef. No special price so this can be gotten at any Subway. Just a misleading marketing campaign; and the sub wasn't that good either.
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Looks like a solo album by the fifth member of Kiss.
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The article directly below doesn't seem to back these findings up!
"18-year-old mother arrested for killing 2-year-old son"
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Japan could produce nukes in no time if it wanted to.
"While there are currently no known plans in Japan to produce nuclear weapons, it has been argued Japan has the technology, raw materials, and the capital to produce nuclear weapons within one year if necessary, and many analysts consider it a de factonuclear state for this reason. For this reason Japan is often said to be a "screwdriver's turn" away from possessing nuclear weapons, or to possess a "bomb in the basement""
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Yes! Cheap(er) cheese!!
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