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Posted in: What are your top 5 eating cities in the world in terms of restaurant variety and quality? See in context

Tokyo, Paris, New-York, Yerevan, Beirut

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Posted in: Japan beats U.S. in shootout to win Women's World Cup soccer See in context

Congratulations Japaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaan !

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Posted in: What do you think of love hotels? See in context

Apart from the fact that love hotels are an excellent way for young couples who live with their parents, to find their privacy, I thinks it's a great way of fun and stimulation.

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Posted in: Japan may send chatty humanoid tweet-bot to space station See in context


But, is this more or less scary to be all alone in the presence of any "irobot" up there? :) Will it be a good company... ?

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Posted in: Diet soda tied to stroke risk, but reasons unclear See in context

Not to mention the brand, cola sodas may increase the risk of prostate cancer too. I would recommend you drinking Pomegranate or Masuri hyut(rose hip juice) instead, very healthy.

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Posted in: Samantha Muse See in context

This is exactly what the burglar with Hello Kitty sandals needs.

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Posted in: Anti-Mubarak activists pour into Cairo's main square See in context

Have you signed the statement on avaaz.org? "We stand with the people of Egypt in their demand for freedom and basic rights, an end to the crackdown and internet blackout, and immediate democratic reform. We call on our governments to join us in our solidarity with the Egyptian people."

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Posted in: Rose Hotel Yokohama joins Worldhotels See in context

Where the hell is the Rose Hotel, I don't think I've ever seen it. Is it the one that used to be the Holiday Inn??

Yes formerly Holiday Inn Yokohama

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Posted in: Jump on my bike See in context

who can tell me what exactly are the colored balls on the desk behind? :)

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Posted in: How to not make a fool of yourself at a Japanese wedding See in context

Tip #4 be yourself (your best self!)

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Posted in: Suicide bomber kills 35 at Moscow airport See in context

Again a barbaric and cowardly act. All my deepest condolences to the victims' families.

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Posted in: Look here See in context

Nice picture. But the 12 Heavenly Generals of Yakushi are almost never shown independently :-O They are generally grouped in a protective circle around the Yakushi Nyorai.

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Posted in: Pedestrian paradise See in context

She knows the camera is taking her picture and is praying accrdingly.

I don't think she was the only person to pray that day.

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Posted in: The younger generation is confronted by unstable employment prospects. That means many will be excluded from the workplace in the first half of their adult life, which in turn, will deny them the oppo See in context

Unfortunately, this phenomenon affects the whole world. Younger generation almost everywhere suffer from a prolonged entry route into employment, low-paid and unstable jobs. Further reforms with penalties either side for companies and the unemployed people who abuse the system should be thought and implemented by governments. It remains to find good ideas. Easier said than done.

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Posted in: 8 youths arrested for 'hunting old men' in Yokohama See in context

Our world is becoming increasingly worrying :(

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Posted in: Fuji sunset See in context


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Posted in: Obama, Sarkozy discuss global economy, terrorism See in context

Is it still necessary to precise "French President" when giving Nicolas Sarkozy's name? :-)

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Posted in: Beat Takeshi appears in ad for ECC language school See in context

Smart choice.

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Posted in: New Year's resolutions? Brain can sabotage success See in context

Don't worry and just be happy. Eat wagashis ! :)

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Posted in: Are you satisfied with the service the airline industry generally delivers on planes and at airports? See in context

Generally speaking, I believe service is getting better from year to year. And I agree with Mark_McCracken on the fact that the service of Asian companies are the best.I would add that it is difficult to beat them, because the art of service is naturally acquired in Asia, it's innate.

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Posted in: Do you believe that Al-Qaida was responsible for the events of 9/11 See in context

We may answer "yes" to this question, while submitting another question: do we really know Al-Qaeda? or Who is really hiding behind Al-Qaeda?

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Posted in: Rallies over mosque near ground zero get heated See in context

Note also that there is still some imbalance between the number of existing and tolerated mosques in Christian countries and the number of existing and tolerated churches in the Muslim countries. Not to mention the destruction, even today, of churches and other Christian monuments in some Muslim countries where intolerance towards the Christian religious practice unfortunately exists, such as in Turkey or in Azerbaijan. (http://asbarez.com/84376/armenian-kids-made-to-leave-sourp-khatch-in-akhtamar)

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Posted in: New York mayor tries to ease tensions after Muslim cabbie knifed See in context

This is exactly the kind of situation that terrorists rejoice, because it spice up the dishes they concoct. So they don't give a shit about innocent people who are killed (whatever their religion, their own religion included) they like creating panic, and push people making amalgams. All of us, whatever our religious affiliation, we must stand together and be united against terrorism and evil. After all we are all brothers and sisters on this earth. Peace!

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Posted in: Boy falls onto train tracks while looking at handheld game console See in context

ufff fortunately the boy was rescued!

In this story, are there not two or three culprits? the mother, the company that is behind the game console and the railway company. But who do you think has the biggest share of responsibility?

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Posted in: Sunrise See in context

Beautiful !

You certainly have heard this very old saying that “He who climbs Mt. Fuji once is a wise man; he who climbs it twice is a fool”.

The last time I admired Mount Fuji with a stunning view, was from the airplane window, when leaving Narita.

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Posted in: London taxis ranked world's best; Tokyo 3rd See in context

and the safest ?

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Posted in: Beat the heat See in context

This may be a great place to come for a great day out with the family, but a kind of place where it's always jam packed and especially on public and school holidays holidays !

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Posted in: How long to learn Japanese? See in context

When you are in love with a Japanese or simply Japan, you may be more motivated to learn japanese because you learn it with great love which helps to learn faster. So the solution is be in love! ;)

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Posted in: At your convenience See in context

She's cute

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Posted in: Photographer charged over nude photos at cemetery See in context

I understand that this can be shocking and disrespectful. Because a cemetery is a place of serenity and peace, reflection and prayer. It is mainly disrespectful towards the families of the deceased.

After all why not creating a fake cemetery in a studio, if he really meant so much to these photos in such a context!

"I humbly accept the case as a lesson, and I will pursue my challenges to new forms of expression" Shinoyama said, but what is done is done now!And I doubt that he had planned other shootings in a cemetery !

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