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Posted in: Foreign tourists in Kyoto reminded of etiquette via smartphones See in context

Very soon foreigners will figure it out and stop coming. There are far more fun destinations where one can understand the language, the food is better and the whole thing could be more affordable too. To the Japanese, Omotenashi comes on their own terms !

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Posted in: Nissan not currently considering asking CEO Saikawa to resign See in context

Well, he is not a foreigner and has been in the service of Japan Inc. for long. As a Japanese, he made good use of the foreigner till them point he was useful and then got rid of him. Just what a patriotic Japanese person should do. And to pull this off, he had to get his hands a bit dirty; surely he can't be punished for that, can he?

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Posted in: Half of foreigners in Tokyo have experienced discrimination: survey See in context

There is a lot of discrimination in Japan. Its an open secret and Japanese people think they are more superior. It is sad but true. Unless Japan's status as a developed country is reviewed, nothing will change. And I think that day is not far with the economy faltering.

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Posted in: NHK reporter laughed at for asking black hole team for more on Japan’s contributions See in context

What else can you expect. There is a mix of desperation and arrogance at the same time. Japanese are desperate to hear their own praise ! Sad and hilarious :)

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Posted in: KDDI's internal probe finds unpaid overtime worth ¥670 mil See in context

I am very sure the management knows. Its a culture there. People look for loopholes.

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