In August 1985, Yasuhiro Nakasone became the first post-WWII Japanese Prime Minister to visit the Yasukuni Shrine to pay tribute to his country’s war dead. As we are constantly reminded, by the Chinese and Koreans in particular, the Shrine commemorates 14 Class A war criminals, in addition to many other soldiers that Japan’s East Asian neighbours would look upon with distaste. 714 more words
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Japan AIDS Prevention Squeeze-A-Thon Charity Event: 'I Never Thought My Boobs Could Contribute to Society'
A Group of Japanese porn actresses are preparing to have their breasts squeezed by fans for 24 hours this weekend for a charity event loosely translated as “Boob Aid” 342 more words
Citigroup’s plans to exit retail banking in Japan—after more than 100 years in the business—haven’t been formally announced, but the writing is on the wall. Not only have the bank’s plans been… 201 more words
Hillsides and slopes rapidly swept away in torrents of rock, mud and debris in at least five valleys in Hiroshima city suburbs… 462 more words