Posts Tagged ‘japanese’

This Monthly Japanese Treat Box Is Like Having a Personal Snack Shopper

Whether you’re a Japanese expat yearning for a taste of home, a distant-but-ardent enjoyer of the country’s cuisine, or simply a Lost in Translation stan, it’s hard to deny that Japanese snacks are truly world-class—and, deservedly, have expanded far beyond Japan’s borders. Is it in the many flavors of Kit-Kats, endless rows of Pocky, or […]

Questioning the Military Necessity of Dropping Atomic Bombs on Japanese Cities

First you must understand Japan would never have attacked the USA Navy at Pearl Harbor located in a Polynesian Kingdom the USA was occupying by force if FDR had not purposely backed them into a corner to force them to attack so he could drag an unwilling America into another Rothschild’s Usury European Bankers pre-planned […]

Turkish-Japanese floating energy unit secures $71m loan from Japanese banks

Turkish and Japanese floating energy unit has secured financing from the Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC) and MUFG Bank, Ltd., to finance a floating storage and regasification unit (FSRU) in Senegal, local Turkish media reports. According to Turkish media, the loan agreement was signed between two sides for an amount of up to $71 […]

Stefanos Tsitsipas: “I would like to perfect my Japanese and Mandarin”

Stefanos Tsitsipas spoke on the official website of the Australian Open and mentioned his big dream which is to speak foreign languages. The internationally recognized Greek tennis player has already qualified for the ’16’ and will try to earn a place in the quarter-finals against Jack Sinner on Sunday morning (10:00). Speaking at that time… […]

Japanese Photographer Denied Entry into Hong Kong After Exhibition on 2019 Pro-Democracy Movement

A Japanese photographer was refused entry into Hong Kong after she displayed her photos at an exhibition in Japan documenting the 2019 pro-democracy movement activities in Hong Kong. According to her Facebook post on Jan. 5, Michiko Kiseki, a Japanese photographer, who had planned to celebrate the New Year in Hong Kong, was refused entry […]

‘Shen Yun Is Transcending the Times,’ Says Japanese First-Class Architect

KAMAKURA, Japan—Shen Yun Performing Arts World Company kicked off the first of its four shows in Kamakura, Japan this season at Kamakura Performing Art Center on Jan. 13. Mr. Kato Atsuo, Japanese first-class architect, repeated “great, really great!” and “everybody must not miss Shen Yun” after attending the show. Mr. Kato said everyone should attend […]

Distinguished Japanese Dr. Professor Rips Ministry Over COVID Vaccines: “You Idiot!” “Billions of Lives” Are In “Danger.” Investigate “All Deaths.” A “F&^king Joke!”

Professor Masanori Fukushima, MD, PhD, Kyoto University: CV Biography An Interview with Professor Masanori Fukushima: “Unprecedented Vaccine Disaster” “The Spike Protein is Very Dangerous” Highlights: “only 10% of the members of the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare who are leading the vaccine campaign have been vaccinated! What a f***ing joke is that?!“ Immediately “investigate […]

Bringing an Ancient Japanese City to Life in an Immersive Virtual World

Have you ever wondered what it would be like if there was a parallel world in which the ancient Japanese Edo period existed today, where the modern world and the Shoguns could converge?  Read more Section:  News General Read Later  Source

Billions of lives could be in danger due to covid vaccines, Japanese professor says

BY RHODA WILSON ON DECEMBER 1, 2022 • ( 17 COMMENTS ) At a press conference for bereaved families held on 25 November, Dr. Masanori Fukushima, Professor Emeritus at Kyoto University, warned about Covid injection harms: “Given the wide range of adverse events, billions of lives could ultimately be in danger … You spend trillions of yen importing and inciting the population […]

Japanese Professor says Billions Of Lives Could Be In Danger Because Of The ‘Covid’ Jabs

At a press conference for bereaved families held on 25 November, Dr. Masanori Fukushima, Professor Emeritus at Kyoto University, warned about Covid injection harms: “Given the wide range of adverse events, billions of lives could ultimately be in danger … You spend trillions of yen importing and inciting the population [to have it] … In […]

Former Japanese PM Says Zelensky Is ‘Making Ukrainian Citizens Suffer’

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has made many people in his country “suffer,” according to former Japanese Prime Minister Yoshiro Mori. Speaking at a political event in Tokyo on Friday ,Mori also said that the media […] The post Former Japanese PM Says Zelensky Is ‘Making Ukrainian Citizens Suffer’ appeared first on News Punch. Source

This Week’s Coolest Drops, From Dickies Skatewear to Japanese Snack Boxes

If you’re anything like us, you're currently straddling the line between excitement about taking a few days off and the unshakeable dread of being with your relatives for too long. Don't freak out, though, we’ve got the cure: a heady cocktail of watching Falling For Christmas, Lindsay Lohan’s holiday-themed return to the spotlight, and a […]

‘Respect For Marriage Act’ Officially Codifies Relationships With Japanese Body Pillows

WASHINGTON, D.C. — On Wednesday the Senate advanced the Respect For Marriage Act with a successful 62-37 vote, signaling their intent to legitimize marriage between weeb perverts and their Japanese body pillows. Source

On the Japanese Prime Minister’s Trip to Australia

In his visit to Australia on October 21-23, Fumio Kishida, the Japanese prime minister, held talks with his counterpart Antony Albanese, as a result of which the two countries adopted an Australia-Japan Joint Declaration on Security Cooperation. The signing of this document represents a significant development in the ongoing transformation of the geopolitical map in […]

Fumio Kishida leads the Japanese government for a year

One year ago, on October 4, 2021, Fumio Kishida became the head of the government of one of the leading countries in the Indo-Pacific region, Japan. He took over after Yoshihide Suga, who had also led the Japanese government for a year, left the post. One year is an almost magical number for prime ministers […]

Fight of the tournament sees Georgia on top, and continued Japanese success

Day 4 of the World Judo Championships was a thriller and in the fight of the tournament, Georgian,Tato Grigalashvili, won the World Title, beating reigning champion Matthias Casse in a thrilling re-match of last year’s final. Japan’s Horikawa Megumi was also spectacular claiming her gold medal. Source

Japanese Researchers Publish Cases of Strange Blood Clots Following Pfizer COVID Vaccines

Japanese Researchers Publish Cases of Strange Blood Clots Following Pfizer COVID Vaccines by Brian Shilhavy Editor, Health Impact News More cases of damage done by the COVID-19 vaccines continue to be published in the medical journals, and now Japanese researchers have published a couple of cases of unusual blood clots found through autopsies after the […]

Futenma Remains a Thorn in the Side of US-Japanese Relations

The fate of the US Marine Corps Air Station Futenma, one of several operated by the US military on Okinawa, has been discussed many times in the NEO and is noteworthy from several angles. Above all, however, because not only are the answers to the two traditional questions “Who is to blame?” and “What is to […]

Japanese diplomat is ‘blindfolded and pinned down’ while being interrogated by Russian agents

Japan on Tuesday demanded Russia apologise for detaining a diplomat over alleged espionage, denying the charge and accusing Moscow of blindfolding and pinning the man down in ‘unbelievable acts’. Motoki Tatsunori, a Japanese diplomat based in the eastern city of Vladivostok, was deemed ‘persona non grata over illegal intelligence activities’, top government spokesman Hirokazu Matsuno […]

Japanese Former Leader Abe Honored At Divisive State Funeral

Japan’s assassinated hawkish former leader, Shinzo Abe, has been honored by a rare state funeral that was full of militaristic pomp. Source

Iranian boy Ilia Afsharmand honored with gold prize at Japanese drawing contest 

TEHRAN – An Iranian boy named Ilia Afsharmand has won a gold prize at the 29th World Children’s Picture Contest in Japan. Ilia, who is 13, received the honor for his painting entitled “Sport and Empathy Humans and Animals”. The competition is annually organized by the Ie-no-Hikari Association and Tokyo-based family magazine Ie-no-Hikari. Nineteen other […]

Japanese Children Walk Differently From Other Kids, Study Finds

Culture and lifestyle can affect the way children walk, a co-author of the study said. Photo: Shutterstock  Walking is a somewhat universal thing, but everyone does it differently enough that you could tell people apart by the way they walk if you pay close attention. This is why you can tell which family member is […]

Protest at Japanese Embassy against dolphin kill

More than a dozen Filipino marine wildlife advocates marched to the Japanese Embassy in Manila on Thursday to protest the resumption of the annual drive fisheries, which sees the capture and kill of hundreds of dolphins in Japan.

Japanese Court OKs Local Ordinance to Limit Daily Video Game Time, Says Law Does Not Violate Constitution

A Japanese court on Tuesday dismissed a lawsuit filed by a 19-year-old man and his mother who argued that a local ordinance limiting video game playing time was unconstitutional. The ordinance, first introduced in the Kagawa Prefecture in April 2020, suggests that parents limit video gaming time for children under 18 to 60 minutes per […]

Japanese Nursing Home Recruits Babies to Keep Elderly Company

Infants are paid in diapers and baby formula. Photo: Shutterstock For many jobs, a baby would be an unsuitable candidate. They sleep more than they’re awake. They cry when they’re hungry. They throw tantrums just to get your attention. But a nursing home in Japan would like to disagree. The Moyai Seiyūkai nursing home in […]

Japanese Nursing Home Recruits Babies to Keep Elderly Company

Infants are paid in diapers and baby formula. Photo: Shutterstock For many jobs, a baby would be an unsuitable candidate. They sleep more than they’re awake. They cry when they’re hungry. They throw tantrums just to get your attention. But a nursing home in Japan would like to disagree. The Moyai Seiyūkai nursing home in […]

What is Japandi Design? Meet Scandinavian Decor’s Cooler, Japanese-Inspired Cousin

You know it when you see it. It’s smooth, angular, slightly retro, but not Tilda Swinton. It’s [drumroll] Japandi design, which is evocative of IKEA, but not as soulless, and Googie, but not quite as loosey-goosey. No, Japandi is a little more buttoned-up than that. Not in a holier-than-thou way, but in a “my button-up […]

What is Japandi Design? Meet Scandinavian Decor’s Cooler, Japanese-Inspired Cousin

You know it when you see it. It’s smooth, angular, slightly retro, but not Tilda Swinton. It’s [drumroll] Japandi design, which is evocative of IKEA, but not as soulless, and Googie, but not quite as loosey-goosey. No, Japandi is a little more buttoned-up than that. Not in a holier-than-thou way, but in a “my button-up […]

What is Japandi Design? Meet Scandinavian Decor’s Cooler, Japanese-Inspired Cousin

You know it when you see it. It’s smooth, angular, slightly retro, but not Tilda Swinton. It’s [drumroll] Japandi design, which is evocative of IKEA, but not as soulless, and Googie, but not quite as loosey-goosey. No, Japandi is a little more buttoned-up than that. Not in a holier-than-thou way, but in a “my button-up […]

What is Japandi Design? Meet Scandinavian Decor’s Cooler, Japanese-Inspired Cousin

You know it when you see it. It’s smooth, angular, slightly retro, but not Tilda Swinton. It’s [drumroll] Japandi design, which is evocative of IKEA, but not as soulless, and Googie, but not quite as loosey-goosey. No, Japandi is a little more buttoned-up than that. Not in a holier-than-thou way, but in a “my button-up […]

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