2008年4月2日: Japan News Update

Mutangfrog Travelblog finds report that 40% of Japan blogs are spam.

Check out the pervert daikon in Shizuoka.

Japan activist, Debito Arudou, writes about how forums promoting how Japanese and foreigners can live together are often not producing much success.

The Japanese love eels. But what to do about the possible”eel crisis“?

This review of the comic book tale of an assistant English teacher’s life in small town Japan indicates it’s a worthwhile read, though pricey and incomplete. (TONOHARU: Part One, by Lars Martinson. Minneapolis: Pliant Press, 2008, 128 pp., $19.95)

Hostess scams men out of money, by convincing them to buy her dogs which she later returns.

Problems with cyberbullying are becoming more and more prevalent in Japan.

Nova successor angry at other schools for “poaching students.”

Local female assembly women in Japan tops 10% for the first time ever.

No Tokyo theaters will show controversial movie about Yasukuni Shrine.

Puppine, puppy fashion magazine.

Novelty pudding, looks like udon, tastes like pudding!

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One Response to “2008年4月2日: Japan News Update”
  1. dragonlife says:

    Dear Bahia!
    Greetings!
    I would say that double that are spam in Japan!
    As for a global view, it could be near 90%!
    Cheers,
    Robert-Gilles

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