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Hanako Tokita · September, 2007

I am a Japanese-English translator based in Tokyo.

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Latest posts by Hanako Tokita from September, 2007

Japan: Impatient patients

In recent years, harsh criticisms have been focused at hospitals and healthcare workers about the quality of medical care. An example of the target of criticisms was a doctor conducting...

Japan: Protecting the Kyoto Cityscape

While many countries around the world are struggling to tackle Kyoto at home, the city the environmental accord was named after is caught up in its own struggle. The capital...

Japan: The Penalty of Death

On August 23, three inmates, in Tokyo and Nagoya, all convicted of murder, were put to death by hanging. The executions brought the number of hangings administered under then-justice minister...

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I write for gyaku, a bilingual Japanese/English media project based in Japan.


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