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· November, 2007

Stories about Japan from November, 2007

27 November 2007

Japan: Blog Queen takes a break

Gravure idol, talento and blog queen Wakatsuki Chinatsu announced today that she would be taking time off from blogging. The final entry posted today at her official blog attracted thousands...

23 November 2007

Japan: 5 Foreigners Kicked Out

Japan: Kids these days

What do you do when you've had enough of young girls sitting on the floor of the train, talking on their phone and acting like it's their home, when meanwhile...

21 November 2007

Japan: Joi Ito on the Tokyo Metro

Japan: Introduction to the Social Web in Japanese

Japan: Panties Pulling Game

Japan: Buzzwords 2007

Edo from Pink Tentacle blogs 60 buzzwords which has been nominated as Japanese buzzword of the year (2007) by local publishers. Among the 60 nominees, a panel of judges will...

20 November 2007

Japan: Japanese loanwords and their meanings

Japan: The Bully and the Bullied

The phenomenon of bullying in schools is a recurring theme in Japan. A government survey released last week, which found that that the number of cases of bullying has increased...

Israel: Lost Tribes in Japan

Japan:Travelogue from Georgia

19 November 2007

Japan: Has Beaujolais Nouveau gone sour?

As the date changes at midnight on the third Thursday of November, corks come out of bottles of Beaujolais Nouveau and the celebration begins — in Japan. This has been...

15 November 2007

Japan: Yamanote Line Sprint

Earlier this week, roughly 20,000 Tokyo commuters were forced to wait when a 40-year-old woman jumped onto the tracks of the Yamanote Line, one of the city's busiest train lines,...

Japan: Housing Discrimination

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