Cherry Blossoms in Fukushima
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Whale meeting heads for discord
Veteran anti-whaling activist Paul Watson to be released on bail
China hits LDP over Uighur event
Chamberí es japonés
Okinawa’s Nature Groaning – Let’s Turn Mt Kushi into a Forest of Life. On the Sixtieth Anniversary of the San Francisco Treaty and the Fortieth Anniversary of Okinawa’s Reversion to Japan
World champions Japan turn to tall "supergirl"
Last Week's Japan News
Results of a survey of Osaka's 34,000 city employees has revealed that 110 of them have tattoos.
73 of those work in the Environment Department (i.e,. garbage collection), another 15 in the Transportation Bureau.
The city is moving to clamp down on visible tattoos, and is considering measures that may include dismissal.
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Sunday, May 20, 2012