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Fresh update on "japan" discussed on Hugh Hewitt

Hugh Hewitt

00:50 min | 55 min ago

Fresh update on "japan" discussed on Hugh Hewitt

"People's letter lessons in all these days and I will concede that working with the city Better prepared than any previous host city and that the Tokyo Games can and will go ahead safely. But for athletes coming to Tokyo, it will be a very different experience. If he knows to arrive late, leave early and not stray from their tight bubble. Even so, foreign Spectators have been banned, and it's still not clear how many locals will be allowed into venues to watch the events. Even with all these restrictions, epidemiologists say the games represent a serious risk. Japan is currently in the middle of 1/4 wave of covert 19 infections. The BBC's Rupert Wingfield Hayes, the Greek foreign minister, will travel to Ankara, Turkey today for talks on the two NATO allies challenging relationship follows a slight easing of tensions between the neighbors. News and analysis. Town hall dot com. McDonald's workers to undergo training and the discouraging workplace violence, Harassment and discrimination CEO Chris Cam chin skeet McDonald's needs to set expectations and then continually refer to them provide both current employees as well as prospective employees, the confidence that when they walk into a McDonald's restaurant They know that they're going to be protected. Two million workers at McDonald's will get the training at least 50 workers filed charges against the company over the last five years, alleging physical and verbal harassment and in some cases, retaliation a few bad it incidents or a few bad issues. Consent back the work all the good work that everybody else is doing. The problem isn't just in the restaurants. McDonald's fired its former CEO Steve Easterbrook, in 2019 after he admitted having a relationship with an employee. I'm Ed Donahue futures up. 120 points more on these stories, a town hall dot com. This is Dennis Prager, along with my fellow host, Mike Gallagher. We both want to invite you to join us for a trip of a lifetime to the Holy Land this October. 27th in November 5th. I've been all over the world, but I could never get enough of the great state of Israel. You will be amazed and inspired in your faith..

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Japan to Start Releasing Fukushima Water Into Sea in Two Years

The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

00:20 sec | 1 d ago

Japan to Start Releasing Fukushima Water Into Sea in Two Years

"Japanese officials say in two years they will start releasing radioactive water from the crippled fukushima nuclear plant into the sea. The waters been accumulating at the site since it's meltdown in two thousand eleven after a massive earthquake and tsunami both china and south korea. Say they've got grave concerns over this move but japan insists the water is

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Japan to start releasing Fukushima water into sea in 2 years

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

01:29 min | 1 d ago

Japan to start releasing Fukushima water into sea in 2 years

"Japan's government decided on tuesday to start releasing massive amounts of treated radioactive water from the wrecked fukushima nuclear plant into the pacific ocean in two years. An option fiercely opposed by local fishermen and residence the decision long speculated but delayed for years due to safety concerns and protests. Came at a meeting of cabinet ministers who endorse the ocean. Release as the best option. The accumulating water has been stored in tanks the fukushima plant since two thousand eleven when a massive earthquake and tsunami damaged reactors and the cooling water became contaminated and began leaking. The plant's operator. Tokyo electric power company said it. Storage capacity will be full late next year. The prime minister said the ocean release was the most realistic option and the disposing. The water is unavoidable for the decommissioning of the fukushima plant which is expected to take decades some scientists say the long term impact on marine life from low dose exposure to such large volumes of water is unknown onto the basic plan adopted by the ministers. Tepco will start releasing the water in about two years after building a facility under the regulatory authorities safety requirements. It said the disposal of the water cannot be postponed further as it's necessary to improve the environment surrounding the plant. So residents can live there safely.

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Japan to Release Fukushima Treated Radioactive Water Into Sea

Mornings on the Mall with Brian Wilson

00:16 sec | 1 d ago

Japan to Release Fukushima Treated Radioactive Water Into Sea

"Government decided to start releasing treated radioactive water from the wrecked Fukushima nuclear plant into the Pacific Ocean. Two years from now, the decision fiercely opposed by fishermen and residents. The water's been used to cool the melted fuel with plant damaged by the 2011 tsunami

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Japan to Start Releasing Radioactive Water From Fukushima

Memphis Morning News

00:25 sec | 1 d ago

Japan to Start Releasing Radioactive Water From Fukushima

"Government announces plans for water from a wreck. Nuclear power plant 10 years after Japan's Fukushima nuclear plant was destroyed in an earthquake and tsunami, the Japanese government says it's decided to release treated radioactive water from the facility into the Pacific Ocean. Japan says it's not safe to continue storing the water on that similar processes happen elsewhere. China says the plan is irresponsible and South Korea causes unacceptable

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Japan to Dump Radioactive Water From Fukushima Plant Into Ocean

America's First News

00:25 sec | 1 d ago

Japan to Dump Radioactive Water From Fukushima Plant Into Ocean

"Government has decided to start releasing treated radioactive water from the wrecked Fukushima nuclear plant into the Pacific Ocean in two years on option fiercely opposed by fishermen, residents and Japan's neighbors and the accumulating water's been stored in tanks at the Fukushima. Dai ACI planted 2011 when that massive earthquake and tsunami damaged reactors and their cooling water became Contaminated and started leaking

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Japan to Start Releasing Radioactive Water From Fukushima Into Ocean

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:22 sec | 2 d ago

Japan to Start Releasing Radioactive Water From Fukushima Into Ocean

"In tanks at the wrecked Fukushima nuclear plant. It says the water will be released in about two years after it's been treated. The water has been accumulated and stored at the nuclear power plant since its 2011 meltdown after an earthquake and tsunami caused cooling water to leak from damaged reactors. NASA was hoping to fly It's experimental Mars helicopter this week, but it's going to have to wait a

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Japan to start releasing Fukushima water into sea in 2 years

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 2 d ago

Japan to start releasing Fukushima water into sea in 2 years

"Tokyo will permit for because she will water to flow into the sea in two years time Japan's government has decided to start releasing treated radioactive water from the wrecked Fukushima nuclear plant into the Pacific Ocean in two years an option fiercely opposed by some the decision long speculated but delayed for years due to safety concerns and protests came after a meeting of cabinet ministers who consider the move the best option residents fisheries officials on the barman pool groups have issued statements denouncing the decision I think nor an environmental safety and health while adding a further blow to Fukushima image this is likely to continue for decades I'm Charles the last month

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Japan to Start Releasing Fukushima Water Into Sea in 2 Years

BBC World Service

00:23 sec | 2 d ago

Japan to Start Releasing Fukushima Water Into Sea in 2 Years

"Of contaminated water from the stricken Fukushima nuclear plant. China called Japan's decision extremely irresponsible. South Korea expressed its deep regret. Japan's prime minister said the water would be treated and diluted so radiation levels were below those set for drinking water. The Philippines has protested to China over what it called the illegal presence of

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Japan to Start Releasing Radioactive Water From Fukushima in 2 Years

Tim Conway Jr.

00:19 sec | 2 d ago

Japan to Start Releasing Radioactive Water From Fukushima in 2 Years

"The government of Japan says it's decided to start releasing massive amounts of radioactive water stored at the badly damaged Fukushima nuclear plant in two years after its treated. The decision had been delayed for two for years because of safety concerns and protest. The water has been stored in tanks at the nuclear power plant since 2011 who's damaged by a massive earthquake and

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Tiger Woods Congratulates Hideki Matsuyama on Masters Victory

Elvis Duran and the Morning Show ON DEMAND

00:21 sec | 2 d ago

Tiger Woods Congratulates Hideki Matsuyama on Masters Victory

"And finally the gulf world is congratulating hideki matsuyama on his historic masters win. He's got a one over seventy three yesterday to become the first japanese man to ever win a major championship says he hopes this opens the floodgates for his country tiger woods who missed the masters this year due to a car. Crash tweeted him and said he was making japan proud.

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Hideki Matsuyama wins Masters to become first Japanese man to claim major title

CBS Sports Radio

02:07 min | 3 d ago

Hideki Matsuyama wins Masters to become first Japanese man to claim major title

"Every year we have a new story to tell. At Augusta National, and this time the story is told. Had decade. Matsuyama, the first Masters and major champion from Japan. He wins the green jacket in the 85th Masters at 10 under par for the tournament, one shot clear. American Will's Allah Taurus and Charlie Reimer under a bright blue sky at the end of the day, today hit Deck E Matsuyama as his countrymen. Woke up on a Monday morning in Japan provided them with a moment they'll never forget. Moment he'll remember for the rest of his life. Well, he played with so much pressure on his shoulders today, and when you when you look at the great players that have come out of Japan Going back to Jumbo Ozaki, who got to be a high as number five in the world. Three top tens and majors a sellout. Okey 1980. He finished second to Jack Nicklaus in the U. S Open five top tens and majors who was the first Japanese male toe went on the PGA Tour 1983 the hole out in Honolulu. Jack Renner was on the losing side of that. Hole out Tommy Nakajima six top tens and major. Some of the other great Japanese players. Shingo Katayama, Joe Ozaki. Yo Ishikawa, she gave keep Mariama Um, this victory is is on the back of the hard work that those players did. They sort of laid down the path for four, um, a decade and Coming into this. His accomplishments in the gang had already exceeded every one of the great players that I mentioned with the five wins on the PGA Tour Ah player that has been as high as number two in the world. But to carry all of that on his shoulders that the nation of Japan and an Olympic year And that If you start getting to the finances, there was speculation that if he were to win today, it might be worth a billion dollars to him and to go out and pull it off. Really, really Special day. It's

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Hideki Matsuyama Reflects After His 2021 Masters Win

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:34 sec | 3 d ago

Hideki Matsuyama Reflects After His 2021 Masters Win

"Jacket goes to Asia. Matsuyama is Japan's first Masters champion 29 Year old five time TJ winner Hideki Matsui. Yama rewrote the history books at Augusta National becoming the first Japanese man. And to win a national championship. He had garnered a sizable lead but eventually won by just one stroke. Speaking through an interpreter during the Green Jacket ceremony on CBS, Matsuyama said he was nervous the whole day. I mean, hopefully I'll be your pioneer in this and many other Japanese will follow. Lucy Craft.

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Hideki Matsuyama has four-shot lead going into Sunday’s Masters final round

The Masters: Fore Please! Now Driving...

01:40 min | 4 d ago

Hideki Matsuyama has four-shot lead going into Sunday’s Masters final round

"Three here. At the eighty fifth masters is in the books. And what a day for high decky matsuyama. He entered the day at four under par and after shooting thirty on the second. Nine saturday leaves as the leader of the masters heading into sunday's final round matsuyama the two thousand eleven low amateur here at the masters. He's the first player from japan to ever hold the lead at the masters after any round he shot a seven under par sixty five to supplant justin rose on the leaderboard rose made save after save after save on second nine to card an even par seventy two. He enters sunday four shots back of matsuyama tied at seven under with zander. Shafi markley shman and will zella taurus. The tournament was delayed by weather for one hour and seventeen minutes when the final pairing was on the seventh green when play resumed at five fifteen pm eastern time the change in pace on the greens stymied rose and zella taurus and justin thomas while matsuyama was a force after his round. Matsuyama said before the horn. Blue for weather. I didn't hit a good drive but after the restart i hit practically every shot. Exactly how i wanted to during the hour break. Matsuyama said he sat in his car and checked his cellphone. He said it's a new experience being the leader going into the final round of a major. And all he can do is relax and what he plans to do is relaxed as much as possible. Saturday night. Prepare will and do his. Very best on sunday

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Masters round 3: Matsuyama on the verge of history

The Masters: Fore Please! Now Driving...

00:27 sec | 4 d ago

Masters round 3: Matsuyama on the verge of history

"Round three here. At the eighty fifth masters is in the books. And what a day for high decky matsuyama. He entered the day at four under par and after shooting thirty on the second. Nine saturday leaves as the leader of the masters heading into sunday's final round matsuyama the two thousand eleven low amateur here at the masters. He's the first player from japan to ever hold the lead at the masters after any round

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The Latest: Matsuyama up by 4 going into Masters final round

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 4 d ago

The Latest: Matsuyama up by 4 going into Masters final round

"Japan's Hideki Matsui yama has charged to the masters third round leader after a birdie and bogey free seven under sixty five that lifted him to eleven under and a full shot played a late afternoon weather delays soften up the course and Nancy I'm a took full advantage with four birdies and an eagle on the back nine thirty six elevated Justin rose joins Buckley Sherman Xander Schauffele a and a masters rookie wills Alatorre is next at seven under and Corey Conners after holding one of the six is next in line at six under I'm Graham like us

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COVID-19 Patient Receives Lung Tissue Transplant From Living Donors

BTV Simulcast

00:23 sec | 5 d ago

COVID-19 Patient Receives Lung Tissue Transplant From Living Donors

"Japanese doctors say they have successfully transplanted lung tissue from living donors to covert 19 patients. Doctors around the world have been doing lung transplants to help covered patients recover. This is the first case that gives covert 19 patients hope for another way to speed up the recovery process. The patient was a woman from Japan's western region who spent months

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Japanese Doctors Perform World's First Living Donor Lung Transplant

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:27 sec | 5 d ago

Japanese Doctors Perform World's First Living Donor Lung Transplant

"In Japan have performed the world's first transplant of lung tissue from living donors to a patient with severe lung damage from covert. 19. The recipient, who is only identified as a woman is recovering after the nearly 11 hour operation on Wednesday at Kyoto University Hospital. Her husband and son, who donated parts of their lungs are also in stable condition. University officials say she's expected to leave them. Hospital in about two months and return to her normal life in about three

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Global Chip Shortage Reportedly Hits Apple

Todd and Don

00:36 sec | 6 d ago

Global Chip Shortage Reportedly Hits Apple

"Semiconductor chip shortages now said to be impacting apples. Production of I Pads and Matt Books devices that use chips have been in demand in the pandemics, shrinking the supply for everything from refrigerators. Two cars. Reports in Japan say Apple has postponed some manufacturing because of a shortage of displays and components. The delay means devices that were to have been made in the first half of this year will be built later, the reports say. So far I phone production has not been affected by the supply shortage, and it's so far has not impacted available. Plenty of devices.

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"japan" Discussed on Ninja News Japan

Ninja News Japan

05:28 min | 5 months ago

"japan" Discussed on Ninja News Japan

"Has been dealt with has been busted suddenly forgot my tv police drama language anyways. They're six vietnamese guys. They were smuggling ecstasy into japan. It's very interesting because it was two thousand tablets total It said eight hundred and twenty six grams. I assuming the two thousand tablets. Equal eight hundred and twenty six grams but the total value of the two thousand tablets was eight million yet. We just four thousand yen per tablet. Which is. I don't know if that's a good deal or not. I don't know how much drugs cost a couple times. I've sent on the podcast. I've actually never done any illegal drugs and it's not like a judge anyone else. When i was in high school all my friends they all did acid. They smoked weed. They did all the things you're supposed to do. When you're young and trying all this stuff i didn't i was scared. Is actually the most honest answer secondary answers. I was doing a lot of athletics. And i was worried about getting caught more than anything else so. I don't know how much you would pay for that four thousand yet. i know. Ecstasy lasts for a long time so four thousand yen seems like a lot but at the same time not very much because it's a whole evening's entertainment. The problem i have with this is singular and it's because they smuggled in in dried shrimp so they put the xc in bags and they put the bags inside the dried shrimp and then they put it in boxes and then brought the boxes through. Maybe they were hoping that the shrimp smell we throw off the drug sniffing dogs. My problem is the smell of dried. Shrimp is disgusting. They have a lot of shrimp based foods. Snacks in japan dried crackers with shrimp powder chips and stuff in japan. You open a bag near me. And i will leave the room. They're just horrendous. So i cannot see ecstasy being effective. I can't see being a good thing. I can't see it working if smells like dried trip because it's no longer ecstasy anymore. It's dried with ecstasy in it and dried. Shrimp is gonna take all the ecstasy out of your life. I'm not judging these guys on their crime smuggling drugs. I don't know their situation. I am judging them on their choice because they're actually just.

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"japan" Discussed on Ninja News Japan

Ninja News Japan

05:28 min | 5 months ago

"japan" Discussed on Ninja News Japan

"Has been dealt with has been busted suddenly forgot my tv police drama language anyways. They're six vietnamese guys. They were smuggling ecstasy into japan. It's very interesting because it was two thousand tablets total It said eight hundred and twenty six grams. I assuming the two thousand tablets. Equal eight hundred and twenty six grams but the total value of the two thousand tablets was eight million yet. We just four thousand yen per tablet. Which is. I don't know if that's a good deal or not. I don't know how much drugs cost a couple times. I've sent on the podcast. I've actually never done any illegal drugs and it's not like a judge anyone else. When i was in high school all my friends they all did acid. They smoked weed. They did all the things you're supposed to do. When you're young and trying all this stuff i didn't i was scared. Is actually the most honest answer secondary answers. I was doing a lot of athletics. And i was worried about getting caught more than anything else so. I don't know how much you would pay for that four thousand yet. i know. Ecstasy lasts for a long time so four thousand yen seems like a lot but at the same time not very much because it's a whole evening's entertainment. The problem i have with this is singular and it's because they smuggled in in dried shrimp so they put the xc in bags and they put the bags inside the dried shrimp and then they put it in boxes and then brought the boxes through. Maybe they were hoping that the shrimp smell we throw off the drug sniffing dogs. My problem is the smell of dried. Shrimp is disgusting. They have a lot of shrimp based foods. Snacks in japan dried crackers with shrimp powder chips and stuff in japan. You open a bag near me. And i will leave the room. They're just horrendous. So i cannot see ecstasy being effective. I can't see being a good thing. I can't see it working if smells like dried trip because it's no longer ecstasy anymore. It's dried with ecstasy in it and dried. Shrimp is gonna take all the ecstasy out of your life. I'm not judging these guys on their crime smuggling drugs. I don't know their situation. I am judging them on their choice because they're actually just.

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"japan" Discussed on Ninja News Japan

Ninja News Japan

16:51 min | 1 year ago

"japan" Discussed on Ninja News Japan

"Gel when you make a reservation you get a map of the airplane and you actually can pick your seat so like I being taller usually pick an all seats that I can kind of see the station if he has actually been doing it every three days for the last two years we're talking probably hundreds of people at this point so if there are injuries that have been reported he could be charged with everyone of those injuries and absolutely deserve to be because this is kind of that weird dumb thinking that bullies have that they've gone on a righteous path they're teaching other people and if they would actually all just behavior way he wants them to everything would be okay but he doesn't seem to realize he's a massive asshole an employee of a security company thought he had the perfect scheme in the scheme was I'm GonNa Steal Three hundred and sixty million and no one will notice he did a couple of interesting things though so he put the money he took the money out of a safe and put it in a big cardboard boxes the three hundred sixty millions a lot of pieces of paper so he just carried that cardboard box out of work now the first suspicious act I don't think anyone noticed him walking out of the building with a cardboard box but the fact that they know that the happened means they figured it out or he's actually just admitted to it he didn't show up for work for two days after the theft so he spent those two days hiding the money but if you don't show up for work the next day and a whole bunch of money's gone missing people are GonNa go maybe that guy stole the money then weirdly he returned to work so the timing is suspicious so maybe he realized off I don't show up for work they're gonNA suspect me they're gonna come after me and I will get and so I should go back to work but then what the police did with some some good detective work there's let's find out what he was doing for those two days no he was seen going to a hotel in he had a bad backpacking two suitcases but the hotel was within his own city so why did he have so much luggage luggage was full of the money and he wanted to disperse that money to make sure if he got caught he would have money sort of hidden in places that he'd be able to get to later so he did an interesting thing he took bits of the money and he put them in bags and he hit those bags in coin lockers that are salable around Tokyo so if you're a tourist you put your your bag in this locker you pay for it and then and then off you go you can have your day or a couple of days of fun and not have to worry about carrying your bag with your it's a very nice thing that they have I'm sure it's available all over the world lots places have when he was caught when he was arrested he had one point seven million yen on him now that is a lot of money to carry around now Japan is still very much a cash based society so people do carry enormous sums of money with them clearly but one point seven million is still a bit beyond that especially for a guy who's just working a regular day job if you were a movie star if you were a pop singer if you're one of these this who's basically a famous person that wouldn't be so strange but if you are a guy who works for a security company that is a bit too much for you to have on you and that is suspicious so when he was arrested he.

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"japan" Discussed on Ninja News Japan

Ninja News Japan

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"japan" Discussed on Ninja News Japan

"Hundred and seventy seven kilograms so congratulations Japan is seen as very polite society it's sort of as a standard higher than that of other nations and people have to learn to adjust to the standards of Japanese etiquette and how to live in your day to day life the thing is that doesn't mean Japan is exempt from Tom Dick heads and assholes and things like that that's of course where this story is going there was a man who felt like it was his destiny his obligation listen to educate other people and it seems specifically women that if they were walking while using a smartphone it would be a really good idea for him to slam into them now they do not choose this language by accident he is not bumping them he is not nudging them hard he is slamming into them because people actually have been physically injured by this is a forty nine year old man and he was slamming into women who were walking while using their smartphones he said as a warning around Tokyo this station called Meizhou brushing my and in this is where most of these incidents took place that's how he got caught because he wasn't going around doing it in different areas clearly he takes his train to or from work or something like that and if you saw woman on her smartphone he would walk into them and hit them as hard as he could he stated two years ago I slammed into another woman she went tumbling down the stairs since it's dangerous so he's referring to walking while looking at your smartphone I slam into people to warn them once every three days so I don't know why he's chosen once every three days maybe he just means like twice a week but there have been two other women physically hurt and taken to hospital because of this kind of behavior one had some broken bones they don't say what maybe just broke her little finger when she fell down broke a leg so that was really unclear I think that's one of the things it the severity of the injury actually does mean something but the second one she hit her head one of the conversations I actually was having yesterday with a friend was how easily it is to kill yourself just by hitting your head like we're talking about like fights in high school in guy gets hit he falls down hits his head on the concrete and dies and you just think of how easy it is to your head and kill yourself but I find a couple of points about this interesting because he saying that walking while looking at your smartphone is dangerous but I'm pretty sure slamming into people on purpose is just as if not more dangerous especially because he's doing it clearly quite violently enough to knockdown other human beings and the only people mentioned in this are women and I get the feeling that also might be on purpose because he being a man is probably bigger and he thinks he stronger than women and if there ends up being some sort of incident he can either run away or take the more but you can see his he's not attacking people or educating people who are bigger and stronger than him he's picking on people who are I assume smaller and weaker because I'm betting if I was walking along on my smartphone he would not slam into me because first of all I don't know how big he is but I you know being in Japan I bet I'm bigger she probably bounce off me I've actually had that before I had some guys do the like shoulder bump while I was walking in the subway and his shoulder just bounced off mine because I was moving forward and it's a it's a mass in weight and momentum Kelly relation that he clearly had not studied physics enough to put that together so this guy has been arrested and I'm assuming they're going to charge him with multiple incident senses of assault because it's been three women mentioned in the story but there have been more incidences in.

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"japan" Discussed on Ninja News Japan

Ninja News Japan

10:23 min | 1 year ago

"japan" Discussed on Ninja News Japan

"Okay in Japan Airlines generally known as touch my legs out into the aisle and trip people as they walk by and it's an interesting way to do it because it's like you can see what seats are empty and what's ether taking you'll actually have a sense of how fully your airplane is before you get on it they have made an update to their system and the update is they're going to put a little smiley face on some seats now those little smiley faces this actually mean there's going to be a baby or a toddler sitting in that seat so this gives you the passenger who may be does not have a child toddler or something with you the ability to sit as far away as physically possible from those babies who quite frankly may spend a significant portion of the flight mule ing and braying and doing what babies and children do some people have thought this is a great idea and some people have thought it really unfair and it's kind of shaming parents I don't honestly as someone who's traveled who has been in both positions I have had babies and I have them on airplanes and I have flown on airplanes with other people's babies and my babies have screamed and other people babies so once you've been the parent you don't get as angry at the people who have the babies because you understand they don't Wanna be there they do not want to be on an airplane with a baby no one actually does there making that baby to whatever country they're taking into out of some sort of obligation. I of course had to take my kids to Canada so that my parents could meet their grandkids and this was of course a very big deal for them and it had to be done I did not WanNa make the flight I did not want to take the baby on the flight and I spent a significant portion of the flight stand ending holding the baby trying to walk around and move and I actually had some dude walk up to me so the baby's crying he's not freaking out but he was crying he's unhappy and he started sticking his finger in my baby's face and going you just have to know how to do it and he made it significantly I I think people seem to believe they are better with other people's children than they are because one of the first things you have to do is actually know the child and what they're going to like and dislike in sticking your finger in childrens face was not a way to calm them down or make them feel better maybe this worked in his family unit I do not know I do know that I had an intense inst- desire to kick him in the chest and hopefully into the door knocking the door off bringing the airplane down into the water and killing us all of course but at the same time this is gel the other reason it doesn't matter is it sound Carey so if you are in the mid or back part of the plane and the babies up at the front you're still going to hear the baby it might be less but at the end of the day you're never escaping a baby because you're both in the same tube this become a reoccurring story in the news and it comes up now semi regularly I actually Kinda stopped doing it because as I think these are kind of slow news days or they want to get something involving the word Japan and sex in it because that that makes clicks in the word virgin also makes it sort of ha ha look at these Japanese people who are all virgins yet it is a significant problem this is referred to in a recent article that I read had as Japan's sex recession and what they're saying is one in every ten males in Japan is a virgin they haven't had any sort of sexual relationships and what was addressing I don't know if this was done on purpose but it was referred to as the surging virginity rate and I could only think it would be really entertaining to write an article like this and put it in his any sort of Phallic things as possible and yet still play it off as if you didn't know you were doing that on purpose is a phallic increase in the amount of virgin and Japan's only like that but I don't write these articles and that might be the reason why the real concern here is that there's already a population decline in Japan there more old people than young people and they start dying off the population's going to diminish significantly and the problem is there aren't enough babies being born to replace them and right now predictions are saying the population of Japan will decline by half over the next fifty years if nothing changes people in general in these articles blame a couple of set things it's almost like violence and then violence is blamed on video games those kind of arguments it's like they bring up something that they can an attack even if that thing doesn't make sense now the first one does sort of make logical sense it's the long work hours and the poor work life balance that is partially true but when they find studies the number of virgins who work these long hours inconsistent and that's one of the more important things because the reason I started talking about this article that I read is because it actually did some interesting statistics because it seems that job security and financial the insecurity are the actual issues that contribute to people remaining virgins for long times and that would imply that if you don't have any money you don't have money to go out coach you don't have money to go out you can't meet a partner you can't have a sexual relationship with that partner and therefore you remain a virgin there is the instability that this it creates makes it difficult for you to forge long-term fruitful relationships is what they found within the various age-groups is that part time workers are four times more likely to be virgins than people with stable regular jobs unemployed people are eight times more likely which is very clear that it actually has very little to do with the long work hours because the people who have the long work hours in this statistically are actually having the most sex or they have the least number of virgins so they have had sex so it seems that the unclear future the Kulti's young people are having to survive is what is actually having the negative impact because these numbers are consistent and that's something that the theory of long work hours doesn't account for so what actually needs to do I still think work life balance important because if everyone has a job that's great if everyone has a job in their exhausted you still have problems with birth rate but it shows that stability is one of the things that creates long in relationships and long lasting relationships lead to people having sexual intercourse and therefore hopefully producing children in meaning that Japan the country will not disappear in the future this takes us to a secondary story now there's a party in Japan it's very fringe recalled the anti NHK party may NHK's the National Broadcasting Service and they charge fees we've talked about it several times on engineers Japan they are supposed to collect fees from every house but there's no punishment for not doing or at least there hasn't been until recently the problem is they use like collection agencies in those collections and Caesar Bits Shady sometimes using the imitation tactics and stuff so people don't like that aspect and also people high up in the NHK like ten years ago all got not going on holidays and using public funds to live fairly lavish lifestyles and people are saying well why am I paying H K fees if these guys are using that money to go on holidays the whole point is supposed to be paying for television and NHK programming while some of it's very good it's public broadcasting so a lot of it is not in that somebody keep in mind so there is thirty that it was set up to demolish the NHK's kind of their catchphrase now for some reason they were talking about overpopulation which again is not the problem Japan spring from I think they were talking about overpopulation of the planet the leader of the anti-itch case Ed to put it roughly we should wipe out races that have babies like Eddie his although he personally has no motivation to do so so what the man is saying is the overpopulation of the world could be solved if we committed genocide which is a very radical position to take especially in Japan which is honestly very pacifist peace-loving nation that wasn't an off he had to explain his position isn't it good for things to be natural natural order God created people killing each other as part of God's system to the I read this in text this was not an interview that I read on TV or something so it's very difficult for me to gleam the actual feeling behind these statements was he making it very extreme joke or is he actually serious that we and I don't know who he is because I don't think he means Japan should go out and commit genocide in countries overpopulated I think he just means other people should do that and we should just sit by and let it happen but the real problem is I can't tell if he seriously not the getting rid of the NHK is his serious platform and they would like to do that they do say a lot of other stuff that's weird and yet they are trying to be taken seriously as a political already so I don't think they're going to have much success if the leader keeps saying things like this an interesting record has been a Steve I guess in Japan and it was the volume of cocaine seized from a freighter arriving in a place called Toyohashi was one hundred and seventy seven kilograms and that is more in one take then all of last year so last year piece seized one hundred and fifty five kilograms of cocaine nationwide so that means every port every airport everywhere they were able to catch people with cocaine if all put into a pile was one hundred fifty five kilograms so that was sort of not necessarily a record but this one shipment is.

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Ninja News Japan

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"japan" Discussed on Ninja News Japan

"Airplane may have been a chinese when this was a while ago since i don't focus on career stories i didn't actually write it down so i'm just doing this off memory but they were shooting at airplanes in the sky taking yourself out of this agreement to have more information because of basically historical article events you're just doing despite which is absolutely why they're doing it but honestly the world is bigger than that. It doesn't seem like the best idea so this is going to continue continue and i'm just wondering how far it's going to go before someone actually goes look. We have to solve this problem because it doesn't seem like it's going to be the japanese apennines. It doesn't seem like it's going to be the koreans and i'm wondering if trump is going to make this better or worse because he is actually the leader of america in america is the country they would both look to to sort of help solve this problem so basically the world's in trouble enrolling in die drones have mentioned i think three or four times on the podcast now because flying drones overcrowding has been made illegal in japan of course you know that then includes there are certain areas where you aren't allowed to fly drones that was probably pretty pretty obvious like you're not allowed to fly a drone over the prime minister's house. I mean probably the same in every country not allowed to fly drones over certain places. The imperial palace and japan is one of those places a man was arrested and he flew over a very crowded park outside the imperial palace and then fluid over the palace. That's actually to lousy. Brooke not allowed to fly drones overcrowded people and you're not allowed to fly over the imperial palace. He was arrested has been brought to prosecutors probably again not a massive thing. He's probably just gonna get a fine. Maybe get his drone taken away from him his statement though i knew it was a prohibited place but i wanted to try out the drone near the imperial palace so basically easily he just says i know it was bad but i wanted to do it anyway. That's not a very good defense but it also turns out. He just bought the drone clearly not a man who makes good decisions because you buy a drone i. I don't think that's a bad decision. I think they're really expensive and overpriced for what people are getting out of them but you know drone footage is really cool but if you just bought a drone and then immediately said i'm going to start doing uh-huh legal things with it you probably aren't the kind of person should have a drone in the first place you can tweet questions or comments at new genucel japan or joined the facebook group on facebook such an engineer's japan japan visit ninja news japan dot com for links to i tunes or subscription options. Thank you for listening sexy at hamis in our last three the day. I'm gonna make really short because it is underwear. Theft can't stop doing underwear theft. An underwear underwear thief was caught. He had two hundred pairs of underwear when they went and sacked his house. It's his second arrest in two months for stealing underwear. You're so no sympathy there hasn't he's clearly one of these guys who just does it the only but there was interesting was he said i want to steal underwear when i drink alcohol so he is now somehow connected the relaxing pleasure of drinking alcohol with going out and stealing when women's underwear. I'm not even gonna do this story.

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Ninja News Japan

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"japan" Discussed on Ninja News Japan

"I don't know if he was punished enough because being an international national diplomat of some sort you are held to a higher standard but then just last week a korean guy this was in korea decided he would hit hit on some japanese tourists and the japanese tourists are just ignored him so this is what japanese girls do if you start talking to them and they don't wanna talk to you. They don't say like i don't wanna talk to you. They don't respond to you. They just looked down and usually keep walking so his adult response to being rejected was to start beating her so there's a couple of pictures on the internet. It's one of the girls is on the ground and he looks like he's about to hit her <hes>. It's a still image but apparently there's video out there on the internet. This was reported to the korean police police. They said they will investigate. The man actually turned himself in and he's saying the images were manipulated. He saying this did not happen that someone taking the time to photoshop him into an image of him beating up a japanese tourist and the media in korea has tainted. Thank you on as truth so they're saying this is part of a japanese conspiracy to damage korea. I don't see how one man actually represents the whole country so i wouldn't actually in my mind say that korean man beat up that japanese girl all koreans are bad that sort of an extrapolation that i don't do but may maybe that is how they're viewing this like. They're trying to make us all look bad to trying to paint a bad picture of korea as a country. This is all in concert with actual politics so these news news stories are getting pushed to the front to show that japanese people are bad korean. People are bad. Everyone's bad. I mean we'll just accept that but internationally they are actually bigger things what's happening. So there's a white list that used to be very good trade partners between korea and japan. <hes> japan took them off a preferred import export list list and these kind of things are going back and forth. It's getting really petty now. South korea decided to not extend its intelligence packed with japan in the u._s. So it saying because because japan is part of this pact we're not going to be in it. We're not sharing our intelligence and then the next day north korea shot off some ballistic missile so that is an interesting time because because you know they didn't hear this news and be like oh let you off today but then it is north korea so maybe they did. Since two thousand sixteen south korea japan in the u._s. Have been sharing intelligence between the three countries primarily about north korea like what's going on satellites <hes> reports from the military things like that. This is very good for all three countries who's to know because this is still north. Korea is still a threat in the region so the more information they have as we learn g._i. Joe is half the battle and korea korea removing itself from this pack. It's been on since two thousand sixteen. It was renewed automatically every year when they decided to drop out they just had to say and it was ended and that happen in this year so for three years they've been sharing information freely and i don't know how good it is. I don't know how beneficial it is but i would assume it's better to have information from from japanese monitoring and korean monitoring put that together and get a better picture of what's going on <hes> with incursions into different spaces because this expands bans bigger than north korea you have china china has started doing incursions with airplanes into korean airspace and they do this in japanese airspace and the russians do the same. I think what the testing is responses. I read a story about a korean fighter. Pilot who shot about three hundred rounds warning shots at a russian..

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Ninja News Japan

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"japan" Discussed on Ninja News Japan

"Out so it seems like in japan if you are particularly attractive and i think there's probably true all over the world because there is there have been studies that have shown that attractive people just have better lives cbs overall. They get treated better. People are more likely to believe them. <hes> they get lighter sentencing in court and whatnot but it plays out even more so in japan where physical attractiveness is so so overtly acceptable and they talk about it and it's so open. It's an interesting cultural phenomenon because i think it happens in other cultures but they don't. I want to admit it whereas in japan it's very overt. There has been a lot of tension between japan korea south korea lately. There's always tension between in japan and north korea so that actually that doesn't need to be said but sometimes south korea and japan are very good friends and sometimes they hate each other recently in korea area. They went after mitsubishi said because of wartime enslavement. You need to pay these families of workers x. Amount of money and japan's like we've done this before we paid the money. We're not doing it again and this has gone back and forth but it's really soured relations between the two countries and this brought anything that includes both a japanese person and a korean person to the forefront of the news. We have two stories. The first one is a ministry of health bureaucrat. A japanese ministry of health bureaucrat in korea was drunk and of course as we learned from our police story earlier. Being drunk does not equate well with making good decisions. His flight was delayed or it was late or he wasn't allowed to board quickly enough. Maybe he was one of these self important people who thought he should get on first and he decided that the adult solution to this problem was to start shouting. I hate koreans in english so as a professional english teacher for many many years. I'm happy that he's decided to take on english. Ah the international language but it seems like an ineffective way to display your anger actually found that more koreans per capita spoke english functionally optionally than japanese do so they were actually very likely to understand what he was saying but he was just basically ranting and raving saying 'i hickories maybe he was just taking it out on the korean staff. Maybe he wasn't being racist but that is being incredibly generous considering the sentiments of old people in both countries it ended up with an out of court settlement that means he. She probably paid off the staff that he was abusing and he also received a one month suspension. He was punished..

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Ninja News Japan

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"japan" Discussed on Ninja News Japan

"One. It's showtime kahn which is show tato and complex and so this is is an attraction to boys around thirteen years old so she actually has ticked every box with her preferences. The problem that has come up so she's being charged with these crimes but the promise come up that she is relatively attractive so pictures of her came up on the internet and she is referred to as cute in a couple of posts and and this is not the first time this has happened earlier this year you can look up you could taco oca- and she tried to kill her boyfriend. I didn't do the story on engineers this japan because it involved very grisly pictures and murder a basically because i'm trying to make fun of a lot of this stuff. I talk about or make jokes about what i talk about murder. It wasn't particularly funny. People die. We don't do those stories. That's kind of like there's a basic underlying rule to the stories. I choose for ninja news. Japan and i can't make fun of death because real people die. I will talk about it. It has to be in a different context. You could talk the guy survived. Which is why this is coming up now you tackle coca tried to stab her boyfriend. She actually wanted to kill him and then kill herself and there's some very disturbing pictures on the internet of her boyfriend bleeding because he's been stabbed in the abdomen geomancy bleeding out in the lobby and she's on her phone smoking. A cigarette and the cops are talking to her now. This brought up a lot of conversation amongst my friend group because why didn't the police take care of the guy <hes> we can make some assumptions on behalf of the police. We don't know the situation because we only have about five six pictures on the internet but it was very clear that this woman was guilty of attempted murder. Now the situation is she was very attractive and she was cost player and so there's lots of pictures on her on her instagram and because she was very attractive a lot of people sort of white knight at her they started a gofundme for her legal defense and they were arguing about how she was innocent because someone someone that attractive wouldn't kill someone for no reason now turned out her boyfriend had cheated on her <hes> or at least she'd seen pictures on his phone of him with other women but the problem is he was a host and she was a hostess. They worked in an industry or spending time with other people was actually part of the job now. I don't know how explicit the pictures were. It could have just been in him sitting next to other women but that is again his job. That's how he made money or it could have been more explicit and actually clearly they were having sex but that does not justify attempted murder murder so it seems like japan has a very strong culture with attractive women and then you get a segment of the population asian who wants to believe that they are innocent or mistreated or something like that and then you actually do get the comments of how this wouldn't have happened if she had been with me me me being who the anonymous poster on the internet and there is a weird fantasy going on there that this attractive woman would be into you. He's he's actually the first thing but then there are clearly severe psychological problems. If you think a murder is acceptable or be you have a complex about having sex with twelve thirteen year old boys and they are just ignoring that completely thinking that well but if they met me i would treat them well and this would all work.

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Ninja News Japan

03:04 min | 1 year ago

"japan" Discussed on Ninja News Japan

"Like that but i bet he wouldn't have had to pay the whole charge but of course poor judgment and alcohol go together so because he was drunk. I don't think he has forgotten everything. I think what happened was does he was drunk and got angry and started swinging at people and now he's just looking for a way out so once again disappointed that the police don't seem to understand crime as well as a regular other person like me also. It's not sensible for cop to be going into a place where they haven't posted the charges clearly he should know. That's a scam going in. I i have very little sympathy for this man <hes> he's gonna get in trouble but he's not going to get fired anything so at the end of the day who cares a twenty three three year old woman is in trouble because she has formed a relationship with a twelve year old boy she met online in a phone game and it was the game knives out which i've seen ads for but it never played. It's like a pub g thing as my own aside i. I'm always amazed that people actually are find ways to connect over mobile games because there's no no real chat that and i know of i've never played knives out so i don't know if there's chatter anything but i mean i have never had the game and i'm talking about the the player game not game video radio game player game but like the i've already explained this incorrectly. I've never had the smooth moves. There's some some hot hip lingo for you to connect act with someone in at any real deep way on the internet i certainly i could probably never get a date tinder in something like that would be an absolute failure for me unless they were really into like interesting facts about bats in echo location. 'cause that is my immediate. Instinct is just make fun of the whole process of the bus trying to get to know each other over the internet and chat so i'm kinda glad i missed this segment of society where people meet on apps apps and programs and chats and stuff because i've not good at it so i would have been a failure at that no question. This woman went to this boy's house. He took him to a love hotel. So that's already statutory rape. She's in trouble for rape <hes> and then she's also in trouble for your child pornography because she actually took pictures and maybe videos of them kissing there was nothing particularly explicit but it is still her properly kissing a very young boys boy. That's child porn now stuck on top of it. A couple of interesting facts came out. She already has two children now. She's twenty three. Her first. Child is five in her second. Child is three three. She had the kids when she was in high school in the father was in middle school so her friends said she has always been shattuck on which was a word. Maybe you're japanese. He's word for this week. Despite the the lesson about i at the beginning of the episode if you have read about japanese stuff you've heard of lowly khan and this is basically basically lolita complex and so they stuck those two words together you get lonely and that is adult men being into really young women that would in my mind. It's still apply if you change the genders but of course in japan. They came up with another one..

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Ninja News Japan

02:54 min | 1 year ago

"japan" Discussed on Ninja News Japan

"Purpose. It's deceptive because he actually i think hit the bouncer so oh he's in trouble for assaulting a man employees outside of the club which would imply the person lets you in or the bouncer or someone like that he he punched one male employees and then bit another one on the head so i'm again my images set it's like did he just grab someone invite their hand end randomly. I bet that's not what happened at the guy grabbed him and then he bit his hand because it was close to his face or something like that but this is a police officer so i was expecting being of course the highest caliber of excuse from the police officer for assaulting people in the public he said since i was drunk i do not recall now. I've heard that excuse many many times which i assume that means the police officer has heard that excuse daily since he got his job and i'm betting it. It doesn't hold up. This is of course just a denial of any facts like maybe i was there. You probably prove i was there. There's probably cameras and whatnot but i don't remember it. I'm not giving you any details. This is the pleading the fifth of japan so i was drunk. I don't remember so have being drunk means. It's difficult to remember things a little fuzzy. I get what's going on. There saying plead the fifth <hes> using alcohol is my premise the dispute. Why did he punch him in and bite. Another man's hand was actually a dispute over how much she was charged in the hostess clubs and this is something you have to be aware of. Should you ever come to japan. So if you go to a regular place all the prices will be displayed on the menu or it'll be up on the wall. If it's a place where this system a hostess clubs assistance you pay per hour so you pay x. amount amount to come in and talk to a hostess that would be like a flat rate. Sometimes drinks would be included included sometimes not this is actually kind of a scam what they do is they get you drunk and then they hand you a massive bill so one of the warnings to anyone who would travel to japan. This isn't just hostess clubs. This happens in other places like gambling places in anywhere else but if you do not see anywhere a price list if it's not posted on the wall all if they don't send you a menu. They don't explain the system to you in advance. There is a very good chance that they will try to scam you at the end of the night by overcharging us significantly. Oh that bottle of whiskey that you drank well that was actually a ten million yen bottle of whiskey and you're like no. He was jack daniels. It's like five hundred yen in the store well. This is the bill. You have to pay your your bill. Let's go to your a._t._m. Or give your credit card right now and we'll just charge it and it'll be done otherwise. We're going to threaten you with lawsuits and woman so i'm thinking maybe the staff actually tried to scam this guy this police officer. He's a cop so he knows it's a scam. She got angry at them but then he started deccan people so i'm betting if he just called the police his cohorts by the way he probably could have gotten this to squared away like maybe he would have had to pay the flat rate or something like.

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Ninja News Japan

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"japan" Discussed on Ninja News Japan

"The basically the point of the survey is there's a ton of different ways to refer to yourself to say i or me in japanese some of emmer cooler than others. Some of them were more appealing to women so you're gonna learn a bunch of japanese word to refer to yourself and whether or not women liked because there is also japanese the way men speak and the way women speaks woman speaks like a man. It sounds different. It sounds weird to them. They don't like it and if a man talks like a woman again it's the same deal. It doesn't sound natural so this is maybe hetero normative which is a word i've only used like two times in my life once right after learning what it meant which was only two years ago but anyways the sixth one was tied and the word was why or utah number five was chee chee. I've only heard used once number. Six affects the way and i've actually never heard people use them in regular conversation. That might have a lot to do with the region. I live in because regional dialects are very big thing in japan so i've heard one person you succi and it was a girl using it in reference to herself and she was kind of doing it. I really so she was using like a male term to refer to herself and and to draw attention to the statement he was making because basically i'd given everyone doughnuts and she went. Which was the same saying like well. What about me but she went. She made it really strong by by using the word ritchie number four. You may have heard this. If you study japanese. It's used fairly regularly gebran. I use jebron when i talk about preparing things for some reason so like i did it by myself. I would say jeb when something like that number. Three is what touchy which is like the first one you'll learn and i think it's the one this the way they're saying it in. This is actually a little more formal so it's perhaps the least useful because it makes you sound like like you. Learning japanese is one of the things i learned so the first phrase you learn is probably going to be my name is or i am so that's going to be what i she walked he sees and that's that's great good on your learnings from japanese but then you'll realize really quickly that nobody says that it'd be very formal and it would be very rare that you actually talk to people and actually use what touchy when you're speaking so you're gonna use number one or number two number. Two is the nice way to say it. It's boko and it's one that i use a lot number one. I was actually surprised because it's supposed to be the tough way. But of course this is what these women find attractive active in or appealing for the way men refer to themselves so it's the manley est way in its own and if you do read anime and stuff you see all the men are going to say all day while when while they're saying saying me and they're saying it in a strong way so that could be your japanese lesson for today that seven ways to say the word i for men but again my my example from lucia was actually woman using it in a in a unique fashion to don't let it deter you and also you have to know what other people are saying. Even if you're a woman you never decide to use any of these words words because most of them are unisex buna touchy beaucoup. Those are all used by both autopay is a strong why because i've never heard people use them. I'm i'm not actually sure as to their proper usage something. I would have to look into which right now. I'm not gonna do that's a cop was arrested outside a hostess club and they actually the titles of the articles i read was like cop assaults employees at hostess club which would imply say that the cop assaulted a hostess and i think that's a more lucious title to get you drawn in because that was clearly my first image because hostess clubs most of the employees would the women so a cop punching woman. That's a that's more scandalous story and i think it was written that way on purpose..

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Ninja News Japan

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"japan" Discussed on Ninja News Japan

"Magazines. It's all rumors and stuff like that and they did serve and that's of course going to be one of the best surveys because magazines means do the most scientific survey they surveyed one hundred people just very small sample size and it was thirty to thirty nine year old women exclusively and the question was how do you like men to refer to themselves so really the question is you're gonna make it more easy to understand english. What usage edge of i should a man use when referring to himself because in japanese this is your japanese lesson for this week. There are a lot of different ways to say. I one of the things i learned one. I started learning japanese properties. There aren't really that many bad words. It's the usage of the words you could say you. You should leave the way i would be mean to someone is the level or the words. I choose to say you should leave. I wouldn't say you're an asshole because that doesn't really the translate very well the way you do is you talk down to people so you talk to them like they're beneath you and use the very specific language to say mean things. I i did learn a song. I had some kids teach me a song and it was all different ways to call someone in idiot so they had a whole and bukavu which he probably if you've interest in japan you've heard buckle before it's in a lot of anime a who is basically the same thing he just means more on radiant but then it got all into vegetables so calling doing someone a pumpkin is the same as calling someone stupid calling someone a cucumber or carrot or something like that is also calling them stupid. There's an interesting side note..

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Ninja News Japan

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"japan" Discussed on Ninja News Japan

"<music> thank god you thinking it's tuesday. Mine engineers japan came out today day. It usually comes out on thursdays. I huge amount of people don't even notice because they just get it on the weekend or whatever i decided to switch my i to podcasts so ninja news. Japan will come out on tuesday. Veloce podcast will now come out on thursday because i do my recording on tuesday which means i do all my notes notes on tuesday morning so my research from the week is culminated on a tuesday. This being news oriented spite the fact. It's only a few days. I figured it'd be better to to have the news be as fresh as possible because it is relatively timely. I know if you're listening to this podcast. You're not really worried about timely news because it's not actually what we're doing here. The loss of podcast because it's just opinions and talk in general stuff doesn't actually matter if it comes out at any time so it's essentially supposed to be timeless so i figured the swap made more sense so tuesday's because i record engineers japan will now becoming on tuesdays philosophy podcasts if you listen to that becoming out on thursdays if you don't i mean you can subscribe to it or not. I'm not gonna push you. I'm not one of these lichens subscribe guys. It's not early. This week is just this is what it's going to be from now on you. You probably don't care. I basically just update my podcast once a week. Sometimes i think i should start a survey podcast like not focused on japan. I i have another podcast in it's focused on general topics but i ended up talking about surveys a lot and i really enjoy talking about surveys. I used to teach a class at a big steel import company in english class for a high level executive assistant so it was all really nice ladies who were assistance to the president of the company vice presidents and the board of directors and stuff so they were all really really smart. I started bringing in for them. A chart of the week charts most often come come from <hes> surveys in the like. I mean i know it's just visual representations of information but they do. They do base a lot of the stuff on surveys and that's interesting information at first they thought it was really funny is kind of this weird quirky thing the teacher did but then after a while they got really into it and they started really look forward to the chart of the week a lot of the stuff on ninjas japan almost weekly we hit surveys and i just really enjoy the survey content and i was thinking i could branch out. I don't have time to make another podcast. I'm already working on about four or five projects at the same time so i don't really have time to start another podcast a should i ever end up having time to do you nothing but podcasting professionally. I think that might be an interesting direction going but anyways joshi spot so spa is a fairly fairly common name in japan for you know garbage magazines..

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Japan This Week

04:45 min | 2 years ago

"japan" Discussed on Japan This Week

"Especially in Tokyo they are taxis everywhere, and they are highly regulated from the drivers themselves to the businesses that operate the taxi cabs and how they make sure that they are up to par that they're maintained that they're all good to go. It's all about safety here, a spokesman for the ministry of land infrastructure and transport said that an issue with ridesharing services was that while the driver is in charge of transporting passengers, it's unclear who's in charge of maintenance and operation. Again, this is what I'm saying about safety and user protection. Ridesharing though, is not the only service in Japan feeling the impact of these government restrictions. Strict new rules on home sharing came into force last month that have radically reduced the number of listings on sites such as Airbnb if you were thinking about coming over here, and this is all the specially at a time when Japan is wanting to show its international face ahead of hosting the rugby World Cup next year. And of course, the summer Olympics in twenty twenty readers of Japan today were divided as you would expect. We had. We had people from both sides of the aisle Smith in Japan, said, sawn is right on this one. And the only thing you might say is incorrect about his statement is that they've fallen behind in more areas than he mentioned for the same reasons. Good point Laguna wrote Japanese cities have taxis in every double arm's distance. So I personally preferred the convenience of those and suspect that most Japanese due to rural areas are completely different story, especially with declining population and resulting elimination of bus services. Absolutely. Good point. Tokyo is one thing, but the areas where people are living in these services are kind of slowing down or setting down completely different story. Pure guy. Jin wrote pros and cons aside. What I like here is the. Candid nature of the statement without pulling any punches, like a boss. Good comment. And yes, this is a very uncommon thing for Japanese business leader to save very candid pen, declare rights. I don't know of sewn is correct in calling Japan stupid. But I do think there's a middle ground, allowing competition and more innovation to change the current system, boom drops. Mike, that is the comment to end all of these comments because it's right in the middle there, and it really does bring it all home. Why don't we invite these companies in and let them see how they do and let the consumers and the public decide also let's regulated a little bit so that we can get some safety issues. Taking care of this is Japan after all. Okay, it's the middle of the show, and you know what? That means time for our weirdo story of the week. We never seem to run out of them here on Japan. This week police have arrested a man on suspicion of sexually molesting a woman in her twenties. Now this incident occurred at around one AM on may twenty nine, but the guy was only identified and picked up this week. Police said the suspect Takumi Niki accompany employees came up behind the woman as she was walking home in Yokohama and groped her, but and breasts when the woman ran away. Nikki the dude chased after her for about one hundred meters. And then forcibly kissed her police said Nikki has admitted to some of the charges. Some he was quoted as saying, I was feeling aroused and groped her when I realized that there was no one in sight. However, I don't recall forcibly kissing her. If that's not creepy enough. Here's the worst part. Normally when we have these stories on Japan today, it's an older man probably in his fifties or sixties get this folks. This person is only twenty one years old twenty one years old. Now, a number of similar crimes have been reported in this neighborhood since last summer and police are questioning NICKY about his involvement in those incidents to last since last summer that makes them about twenty years old back then I've magin these guys could find more on this kid if they check the high school that he went to, he seems like that type of guy. Japan today, reader girl in Tokyo is not surprised by such incidence, my friend and I reported a group of men following us and making lewd comments. And the police just started asking us why we were out so late at night. The misogyny and Japan is so pervasive that I don't really have much hope. Things will change anytime soon. Meanwhile, I think women should just start kicking these guys..

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"japan" Discussed on Japan This Week

Japan This Week

04:30 min | 2 years ago

"japan" Discussed on Japan This Week

"Heat stroke can creep up on you, sensible advice, right? But apparently not a lot of people are heating it, especially teachers. We're hearing a six year old boy who fell unconscious died after he attended an outdoor class for about two hours with his teacher and classmates in h. e. prefecture. That's one of the inland areas where it is super hot rights. Japan reader, Chris Pisanu dangerously high temperatures. Failed to be recognized here. People here in concise, still walk at the same speed and even run hurrying pass into their next appointment all in temperatures of over thirty five degrees celsius. However, I pity the children being exposed to such high temperatures. But adults here should know better and quickey ads it's summer. It's hot, yes, sadly people are dying. Maybe that's due to a lack of education or worse. These group activities are absolutely stupid and unnecessary in conditions that cause death or heatstroke summer is not the time to vigorously run around. Those are both good points. One thing that is very common here in Japan is that children high school students. Elementary school students are often out in the middle of the day. Competing in sports as if it was the spring or the fall, it's one of the things I've never understood about here, but is that what it's like back in your country? Do you go out there in the hot hot hot parts of the day and make the kids exercise? I don't know why don't you visit the story, let us know. But in the meantime, people take care of their. Well, our next story is about trade and finance now don't tune out right now and don't touch that dial because you might actually find this a little interesting, especially if you're a consumer Japan in the European Union, signed a landmark deal this week that will eliminate nearly all tariffs on products. They trade. This is an ambitious pack that runs counter to US president. Donald Trump's recent moves to hike tariffs on imports from many US trading partners. It covers a third of the global economy and markets more than six hundred million people. That is a lot of people EU and Japanese leaders didn't mention Trump by name, but they did little to hide what was on their minds. Basically highlighting how Europe and Japan have been pushed closer together by Trump's actions. Now, in nutshell, here's how this works. If you're wondering the FTA, the free trade agreement will bring lower prices in Japan for Europe. Paean winds cheese, pork, handbags pharmaceuticals, and things like that. All things that you may or may not have sitting on your desk right now. Japanese machinery, parts, tea and fish, those will become cheaper in Europe. The deal eliminates about ninety nine percent of the tariffs on Japanese goods sold to the EU about ninety four percent of the tariffs on European exports to Japan will be lifted and that will rise to about ninety nine percent in the future or so. They say Japan today readers though had some mixed feelings cycle fiscal. I think that's how you say it is a skeptic ninety. Nine percent for Japan, ninety four percent for the EU you watch nothing zero. Nil from the EU will change. You will still be paying extra want the best cheese. Pay more one, a nice Audi, pay up, handbags, pay up. Do you really think that Japan is just going to reduce prices? You watch an Audi r eight will still cost thirty percent. More to buy Japan than it does in the USA. I gotta say, I think cycle fiscal is a consumer and guess what? You know what if I want the best cheese, I will pay more so I'm not really sure I understand this person's comment. It may just be about their shopping list. Stranger lands take on it is that more nations signed trade agreements that entirely bypassed the US altogether. Trump wants claim that winning a trade war was easy. I think he once again, misspoke and meant to say losing not winning. Now, this one I totally agree with. I've been wondering why countries are not signing autonomous, bilateral trade deals with each other to avoid these tax hikes, tariffs coming out of the US under President Trump's watch lately. What do you think wanna use at the story on Japan today dot.

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"japan" Discussed on Japan This Week

Japan This Week

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"japan" Discussed on Japan This Week

"On Japan today dot com and write down what you think. Our next story. There's really no other way to say it is Rudy tutti fresh fruit. It really is at a wholesale market in Kanazawa this week. A bunch of premium grapes fetched the price of one point, one million yen. That's about nine thousand seven hundred US dollars in the years. I auction just slightly lower than the record. One point one one million yen registered last year. Now this is not for a fine Clara. These are not super expensive wine grapes. These are these are regular eating grapes. The kind that you put in the fridge, popout and pop in your mouth there. Nothing special really about these grapes, but there's something special about why this happens in Japan. It's customary for sellers of produce to auction off the first crop of certain food products when they're available, and then they receive a higher than market value price on them. The products are then used for display their sold later at normal cost or served free to people or two as a token. Get people to come into their stores, visit supermarket chain operator, Yamanashi Shoji in cow prefecture is the group that purchase these latest ruby Roman grapes. Ruby Roman is a type of grape. It was developed by the cowo- prefectural government over a period of about fourteen years, and it's really well known for its high sugar content. And some of the grapes actually reads the size of golf balls. These are massive grapes according to a local agricultural cooperative Japan today readers, though they had real mixed feelings about this story, especially with so many people who are suffering due to the floods and landslides. We mentioned at the top of the show fact checker pulled no punches. If that money isn't going to charity, that's despicable. I kind of agree with them though. I, I like to think that probably a certain portion of this money is going to charities, especially with what's going on down south Mika says, put the word premium on any product in Japan and some Japanese believe in this crap gullible or just. Plain stupidity. Well, I'm not gonna put that onto Japanese people. You put the word premium on any product in any country, and people will buy it the first car off the lot that first Nike sneaker that comes out of the salt mines in China. You know people by premium stuff everywhere. By the way. This podcast is the premium Japan, this week podcast. So I'm just gonna leave it there..

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