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· April, 2007

Stories about Japan from April, 2007

Japan: Media has its eyes wide shut

Japan: What will happen after Golden Week?

Japan: Baby Crying Contest

Japan: Why are checks not used in Japan?

Japan: Interview with Sankei Shimbun Editor about Comfort Women Issue

Japan: Has the age of the Internet arrived?

Japan: Gore's “An Inconvenient Truth” popular among Japanese

Japan: Reactions to Tokyo Governor Ishihara's re-election

On April 8 and April 22 nationwide local elections were held throughout Japan, gubernatorial elections on the 8th and local assembly and municipal elections on the 22nd. Among 13 gubernatorial...

South Korea and Japan: Illegal Selling of Game Code

Japan: Three Days Priest

Japan: Thoughts on the Abe “apology”

Japan: Reflections on postwar “Child's Play”

Japan: Cellphone-operated Remote Control Home System

Japan: Pre-election protest party

Japan: Chinese-Japanese Rapper Nycca

Japan: Abe apologizes to US media, not Asian people

Japan: Analysis of election results

Japan: Revision of customs and trade regulations

Japan: Update on the Kokaryo Case

Japan: Toyama Kouichi calls for revolution, bloggers reflect on freedom of speech

“Registered voters! I am Toyama Kouichi. My countrymen! This country is an abomination!” So began the five minute political speech of gubernatorial candidate and street musician Toyama Kouichi, aired live...

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