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· April, 2010

Stories about Japan from April, 2010

Japan: Plastic duck race

Japan: Kabuki Theatre to be Rebuilt

One of the most recognizable buildings in Japan, the grand, old Kabuki-za in Ginza is closing this month. It will be torn down and become a theater and office complex...

Japan: Remove the U.S. Marine Base From Ginowan

Japan: The art of making Sake

Japan: Blogosphere Reactions to the Nikkei Ban on Links

Growing up in a salaryman household in Japan, one assumes that in the future, one will start wearing a tie, drink coffee, and read the Nikkei. And that would mean...

China and Japan: AV star Aoi Sola writes to China fans

China and Japan: 2010 World Expo theme song

Japan: People live longer, so do TV shows

Japan may be known for the longevity of its people, but the TV programs have a rich and long history as its population. There are some series that have been...

Japan: Diet Session Snapshot

Japan: New Hires Seen Around Town

Japan: The enigma of Japanese intellectuals

Japan: Toilet terror

Japan: The Nikkei stops free links

Ustream and Twitter changing politics in Japan

Japan: 2channel Advice for New Hires

Japan: Call us social beings now!

April 1st marks a new academic year for students and the first day of work for the young, new employees. To distinguish them from the students, who don’t pay taxes...

Japan: The meaning of globalization

Japan: Remote-control female android

Japan: Sakura in bloom

Japan: Cosplay carnival

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