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Posted in: Popular curry restaurant runs out of stock due to quake shortages See in context

More restraints of supplies these days.

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Posted in: USA Today rewrites strategy to cope with Internet See in context

Internet platforms have changed most of human lives and business practices.

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Posted in: Gigantic concrete pumps from U.S. to help in Japan's nuclear crisis See in context

It is a good reason for Japan to place the giant monument on this highly-radiating factory.

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Posted in: Life goes on See in context

It is a great experience of having a wedding ceremony in the Shinto ritual and traditional customs.

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Posted in: Kiss Me Meter See in context

Double-check still better than nothing.

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Posted in: American suspends 2 daily flights to Japan See in context

So if there are more passengers to Japan bounds or stopover at Narita and Haneda, American airline may increase more daily flights.

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Posted in: Local Tokyo community of artists to stage charity event for quake victims See in context

The event, titled “Souri: A Fairytale of the Silk Road,”

connecting Japan to the whole continent of Asia from East coast to the middle-east. Charity is also collected when more participants come to this event. I haven't seen any dancer from Southeast Asia ...

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Posted in: Concerts by Ayumi Hamasaki, Kumi Koda postponed or canceled See in context

It could be a temporary solution of using big generators and other alternative electricity generators from solar and wind powers. All businesses have been impacted by shortage of electricity powers.

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Posted in: Japan quake stirs unease about global supply chain See in context

the story has placed suppliers on an edge of maintaining long-term relationships with manufacturers.

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Posted in: Cathay cuts Japan flights in first half of April See in context

Fewer Chinese passengers booking Cathay on these routes

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Posted in: Radiation test See in context

We can see a similar picture of radiation tests more often than usual ... Children is Japan's future.

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Posted in: Tokyo's cherry blossoms officially in bloom See in context

The blooming of sakura begins in the warmer south and moves north

The nature is continuing to grow and react naturally, even yesterday had tsunami and earthquakes.

whatthe, you seem to be out of the line today under the sunshine ... elbudamexicano, you seem to enjoy somewhere in Singapore with .... taj, I saw you ... in there ... next the your man ... logistics ... we are living in a peaceful world ...

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Posted in: Bringing a smile See in context

I suggest there are more entertainment activities in evacuation centers to inspirit people's souls and optimism from today. If anyone think he or she is lucky and rich, please open your purse and donate 2% of your wealth to Japan and the world where you can find people in need. If you want to do in action, you can fly to Japan, even radiation threats, quakes and others waiting for you. We are human in relation and mutual world.

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Posted in: Tokyo's cherry blossoms officially in bloom See in context

When 80% of the trees’ flowers have opened, an area is officially designated as in “full bloom.”

Statistics for cherry blossoming around Tokyo ... Tai, are you from Minnetonka? FineDiner, you must cut off your spending habit to donate more for Japanese people.

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Posted in: Snowed under See in context

Warm days can speed up their searches, hope the weather changes soon for both rescue heroes and survivors.

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Posted in: More movies pulled, delayed following earthquake disaster See in context

People can restrain from going to theaters, but they can watch movies at home and attend other business venues. Charity concerts and similar activities are recommended for everyone to attend and support. On other perspectives, Japanese people still need to maintain their normal business activities, even tomorrow is unknown. Optimism is a solution. Are there any wedding ceremonies in Tokyo and other cities? or they have to postpone? Who know what happen tomorrow, so they need to do now. That is my advise, except don't do something aggressively in public. Japan cannot be frozen in both societal activities and economic matters. Everyone needs to move forward, other concerns are in hands of the governments and experts ... regular people still need to look forward to working, living and doing their activities. We can share and help people in northeastern prefectures, but everyone is supposed to fulfill their jobs, family responsibilities and production ... DON'T LOSE YOUR BREATH, TOMORROW IS A SUNSHINE DAY .......

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Posted in: Gackt establishes foundation to aid quake victims See in context

Nobody supports him or you have a reason ... More Japanese talentos have joined the nationwide campaigns ... Please share your success and happiness with others ....

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Posted in: What do you think of the Japanese government's response to the earthquake-tsunami disaster so far? See in context

We may include - ministries, local municipals, business industries, TEPCO executives and other local businesses.

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Posted in: Tsunami-ravaged hospitals leave the sick in misery See in context

It needs more mobile hospitals set up in these areas or moving patients to other hospitals in the southern areas.

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Posted in: Film distributor pulls movie 'Hereafter' from theaters because of tsunami scene See in context

People in Japan need something to make them move forward and feel optimistic. More charity concerts and other social responsibility programs are initiated by both individuals and business firms. If the disaster costs Japan more than $100 billion, Japanese and international communities will work out together for real-action plans - donation, volunteers and other forms. Please move forward and keep your spirit alive.

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Posted in: Quake and tsunami a blow to fragile Japan economy See in context

Natural disasters are not avoided by all means, but people, companies, governments and investors can work together to build new faces of local communities. Loss in terms of human casualty and economics are unaccountable when suffered people have to work harder for their coming years. Tourism and local economics can be resumed soon when things are put in order. Foreign tourists may feel something uncertain now, but they will soon come back to Japan. But Japan is known for volcanoes and earthquakes for its long history. Everyone still like travelling to Japan. Don't feel pessimistic because natural disasters can happen anywhere.

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Posted in: Iced coffee concentrate See in context

Ideally and conveniently for outdoor activities as well as for-saving-time manner at home. I may ask whether she likes iced coffee concentrate or freshly-brewed coffee. We may share this new instant iced coffee with milk over a long trip by car.

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Posted in: Xoom emerges as first real iPad competitor See in context

With more built-in feature of Xoom, Motorola has come back to gain back its customers.

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Posted in: True Path of the Ninja: The Definitive Translation of the Shoninki See in context

“I find it a shame that so many supposed ninja dojos have become profit-led conglomerates, whilst failing to remain true to the ancient art,” he says. “I hope this translation provides an insight into what life as a ninja was really like.”

This new translation will inspire film studios to produce the international Ninja movie.

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Posted in: Birdie See in context

an intimate feeling is emerging when you can enjoy this beautiful scene in your little garden at the back of your house ... Many Japanese residential houses have nice Zen gardens. Spring is coming. Emperor's park is decorated with blossoming cherries.

Takan, you make check nationalcherryblossomfestival.org

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Posted in: Shokotan thrilled to provide voice for Disney feature See in context

“This is really my crowning achievement in life,” she proclaimed.

She honestly expressed her true emotion.

“Tangled” is a good movie educating young kids for self-development and self-confidence in a fast-changing society with the presence of internet, mobile telecommunication and other dangerous temptation. American parents seem to like to buy this DVD for their kids watching at home.

"Untangled" is my new story re-edited from this story for real-human movie, any investor wants to join me. The shooting plot is Japan, China, and Vietnam. It will start from March, 2011 to March, 2012 for preparation and the real shooting follows then. A casting audition will be held after the completion of the preparation stage. Contact me.

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Posted in: Pizza and Pizza Chefs in Japan See in context

Rossella Ceccarini is the new foreign scholar who has blended flavors of pizza ingredients for Japanese eateries through the dedicated academic global study at Sophia University in Tokyo.

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Posted in: Kan's fate hinges on budget, not Maehara's departure See in context

Kan's right-hand man, Maehara was out, his fate is on an air. Someone will take the helm ...

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Posted in: IC recorder See in context

It has a nice design and state-of-art. Students can use for taking notes or reporters for articles.

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Posted in: Asia Girls Explosion See in context

I like this outfit, even not for my taste, but creativity and courage. Traditional kimono has shaped not only Japan's culture, but also Japanese women's virtues and feminine characteristics. With this outfit, she can run and looks a little wild, but makes me feel our life is not static or routine. She can wear both types of kimono on special occasions. We feel happy then. Thanks Yoshiki! A good kimono can cost 100,000 yen to 300,000 Yen .... or more. I may check with her.

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