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· June, 2009

Stories about Japan from June, 2009

Bahrain: Comparing Government Efficiency In Bahrain And Japan

Japan: Shiso-flavored Pepsi

ISS: Photos and a Poem from Koichi Wakata

Japan: News Digest from Tokyo Art Beat Blog

Japan: Moonwalker, Jacko's video game

Japan: News in Japanese for Iran Election Protests

Japan: Chinese Translation of 2channel

Russia-Poland: History revisionism at large again

Japan: On How to Perceive the Japanese Web (Part One)

Reporter Yuka Okada from the Japanese tech news site ITmedia brandished her well-regarded interviewing skills for a one-on-one session with Mochio Umeda. The result was “The Japanese web is ‘disappointing':...

Japan: Iran from a Japanese viewpoint

Japan: ‘1Q84′, the new bestseller by Haruki Murakami

“In your sky how many moons are floating?”. This the catch phrase of 1Q84 [ja], Ichi Kew Hachi Yon, (Q in Japanese reads the same as 9), the new 2...

Japan: Mobile social network

Japan: HBS on Japanese Anime Industry

Japan: Copyright Law amendment

Taiwan: Japan meeting highlights China threat

Japan: Why highly educated women want to be housewives?

Japan: Raining tadpoles

Japan: Social translation tool

Japan: Sex crime victims and the lay judge system

Japan: Wrongfully convicted man released with new DNA tests

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