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Japan News This Week 11 December 2016

今^週の日本Japan Is Obsessed With Climate Change. Young People Don’t Get It New York TimesHayao Miyazaki: Japan's godfather of animation? BBCJapan PM to visit Pearl Harbor with Barack Obama GuardianDiet ratifies TPP but trade deal remains...
by Japan Visitor on Dec 10, 2016

Fukushima nuclear plant costs have doubled: Japanese government

This file photo, taken on March 11, 2016, shows a general view of the now-defunct Fukushima nuclear power plant (rear) in Japan. (By AFP)The Japanese government says the estimated costs of dealing with the damage from a 2011 nuclear disaster at...

75TH ANNIVERSARY OF US WAR DECLARATION ON JAPAN

JFK+50:  Volume 7, No. 2153THE AMERICAN PEOPLE WILL GAIN THE INEVITABLE TRIUMPH...SO HELP US GOD!Washington, D.C. (JFK+50) These were the words spoken by President Franklin Delano Roosevelt Seventy-five years ago today, December 8, 1941, in...
by JFK+50 on Dec 8, 2016

JAPAN’S SEX PROBLEMS SHOULD HAPPEN IN AMERICA-WE DON’T NEED MORE CHILDREN!

JAPAN’S SEX PROBLEMS SHOULD HAPPEN IN AMERICA-WE DON’T NEED MORE CHILDREN! I AM NOT WRITING THIS BECAUSE I DON’T HAVE KIDS. THAT WAS MY CHOICE. BUT HAVING MORE KIDS IS JUST GOING TO PUT THEM AT RISK AND NOT DO MUCH AT ALL FOR PLANET...
by The Politics of Everything on Dec 7, 2016

Japan FM urges ‘uninterrupted’ implementation of Iran deal

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif (L) shakes hands with his Japanese counterpart Fumio Kishida during talks in Tokyo, December 7, 2016. (Photo by AFP)Japan has voiced support for the nuclear deal struck between Tehran and the P5+1 group o...

US returning parts of occupied land in Okinawa to Japan

US Defense Secretary Ash Carter (L) shakes hands with Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe at the start of their talks in Tokyo on December 6, 2016. (Photo by AFP)The United States is returning some of the Japanese territories it has been occupying sinc...

Tower Records Cafe x Sumikko Gurashi

Throw back to last year, I forgotten to blog about this but I really wanted to. Last year, Tower records cafe and Sumikko Gurashi (すみっコぐらし) had a collaboration which is similar to the kapibara cafe that I went. It was in tokyo...
by As sweet as chocolate waffle on Dec 3, 2016

Japan News This Week 4 December 2016

今^週の日本Aquarium on Ice, a Lure for Skaters in Japan, Appalls Them Instead New York TimesJapan's caviar set to give Russia a run for its money BBCBrief encounters: Japan's love hotels – in pictures GuardianLower House panel clears casin...
by Japan Visitor on Dec 3, 2016

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by Loeroeh on Dec 3, 2016

Japan Diaries 2016, Tokyo Day 3 & 4: Yokohama, Cup Noodle Museum, Going Home

This is the last installment of my Japan 2016 posts. I hope you had fun reading through each and every one of them, as much as I did writing them. :) We spent our last whole day in Japan at a place called Yokohama. We were supposed to go to the Ramen...
by Drowning Equilibriums on Dec 2, 2016

Frenz FrenZY Rainbow Haven Gay Bar in Osaka for Friends and Fun

フレンズ ゲイバー 大阪If you want your drinks cheap and strong, want a bar space more crowded than a Japanese rush hour train, but with a booming sound system and light show, then Frenz (full name: ”FrenZ FrenZY Rainbow Haven”) is y...
by Japan Visitor on Dec 2, 2016

Fun Facts Friday: You Only Live Twice by Ian Fleming

The story was written after the film Dr. No was released, literary 007 gotten some of cinematic Bond’s persona.

North Korea conducts artillery drill as UN, South Korea, Japan impose sanctions

This undated picture, released by North Korea’s official news agency on November 25, 2016, shows North Korean leader Kim Jong-un (C) inspecting the headquarters of a military unit at an undisclosed location. (Via AFP)North Korea has carried out a l...

Daiso Japan's Gift-giving Ideas

This season of gift-giving, put a little more thought on your shopping list and get loved ones something they actually want and would use. Finding the perfect gift for the right person might seem challenging  but wrapping up items that suit their pe...

Martin Armstrong: ‘The United States Will Most Likely Break Apart By 2036’

Back on January 27, 2016, I asked: Do any readers follow Martin Armstrong, economist at Armstrong Economics (and former chairman of Princeton Economics International Ltd.) and the creator of the Economic Confidence Model? While the jury’s still out...
by Survival And Prosperity on Dec 1, 2016

Japanese protest US Marine base in Okinawa prefecture

Protesters in Japan’s Okinawa prefecture have taken part in a sit-in demonstration against US plans to relocate a Marine Corps base within the island.Participants in the Wednesday demonstration held signs saying “no” to the plans announced by t...

Book Review: You Only Live Twice by Ian Fleming

Mr. Fleming realized that after World War II, England was no longer the world power it once was and lets it all out on the page in a dialog which must have been torturous to write between Bond and the head of the Japanese Secret Service.

Galeri bonsai yang bisa anda jadikan referensi

budidayabonsai.com – Beberapa bonsai memang tampil sangat mewah dengan detail yang lebih baik. Selain memiliki ukuran yang tidak terlalu besar, biasanya bonsai seperti ini juga tampil sangat unik. Lekukan dari batang utama yang tampil dengan uk...
by Budidaya Tanaman Bonsai on Dec 1, 2016

Fantastic museum of rocks that look like faces

This peculiar museum in Japan is certainly a one of a kind tourist experience.  It is located 2 hours northwest of Tokyo in Chichibu and it holds over 1,700 rock specimens that all resemble human faces to some degree or another. A… The post...
by Worthwhilesmile on Nov 29, 2016

Japan Diaries 2016, Tokyo Day 2: Yoyogi Park, Meiji Shrine, Harajuku Shopping, Shinjuku

Second to the last Japan post! Rushing this na so I can work on Taiwan which is just as exciting! :) On our 2nd day in Tokyo, we did not go very far. We explored Harajuku again (we were only able to take a quick glimpse the night before) and traveled...
by Drowning Equilibriums on Nov 26, 2016


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