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Susan Boyle Loses on British Talent TV Show

Ms. Susan Boyle's News is very popular herein Japan.
In spite of her best effort, Susan Boyle Loses on British Talent TV Show.
Taking up herewith some Articles by Media.

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Celebrity restaurant Nobu tells diners not to eat its endangered tuna dish

Taking up herewith News by Media in relation to Japanese cuisine, Sushi.
Japanese Food Culture, Sushi Culture might be understood via by these News.

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Ingredients of Sushi

Refer to "Ingredients of Sushi".
All sushi has a base of specially prepared rice, and complemented with other ingredients.

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Western Sushi / Sushi Vol. 4

Refer to Western Type of Sushi which came up with various ideas in abroad to enjoy Japanese Taste. And many ideas should be welcomed for the development of Sushi Culture.

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Chirashizushi & etc. / Sushi Vol. 4

This time refaer to Chirashizushi, Oshizushi, Inarizushi and Narezushi. 
Chirashizushi (ちらし寿司, lit. scattered sushi): A bowl of sushi rice with other ingredients mixed in (also refers to barazushi).

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Makizushi / Sushi Vol. 3

Refer to the "Type of Suhsi" as "Makizushi / Sushi Vol. 3".
Makizushi (巻き寿司, lit. rolled sushi): A cylindrical piece, formed with the help of a bamboo mat, called a makisu (巻き簾). Makizushi is generally wrapped in nori, but can occasionally be found wrapped in a thin omelette, soy paper, cucumber, or parsley. Makizushi is usually cut into six or eight pieces, which constitutes a single roll order. Below are some common types of makizushi, but many other kinds exist.

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Types of Sushi / Sushi Vol. 2

Refer to Types of Sushi this time as Sushi Vol. 2.
The common ingredient across all the different kinds of sushi is sushi rice. The variety in sushi arises from the different fillings and toppings, condiments, and the way these ingredients are put together. The same ingredients may be assembled in a traditional or a contemporary way, creating a very different final result.

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History of Sushi / Sushi Vol. 1

In Japanese cuisine, sushi (寿司, 鮨, 鮓) is vinegar rice, usually topped with other ingredients, such as fish.

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Japanese Sushi News by US Media

Taking up herewith "Japanese Food News" by US Media.
"Sushi Culture" has been developed in Japan and has been expanded overseas.
And many Sushi Restaurant and/or Sushi Bars are making into foreign markets including US.

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Japanese exhibit opens with sushi, sake

Taking up herewith Foreign Media News in relation to Japanese Culture.
This time listed up "Japanese Sake" and "Sushi".

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Mr. Jiro Shirasu & his Biogrphy Video(s) by YouTube

Mr. Jiro Shirasu was "A MAN OF MEN" as one of Japanese.
And he might have been a "Real Samurai".
Mr. Jiro Shirasu had been always active behind the scenes as an interpreter in the course of "The Birth of Japanese Constitution" just after World War II.

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New author's award winner Shirin Nezammafi

Taking up herewith News by Media regarding Japanese Literature.
"New author's award winner Shirin Nezammafi" dated 16 May by Mainichi will be one of the biggest News.
And I would like to appraise Ms. Shirin Nezammafi's hard effort.

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Japan's New Citizen Judges: How Secrecy Imperils Judicial Reform

Taking up herewith News Repot provided by The Asia-Pacific Journal.
Japanese Social Trend and ertc., will be read by these News Report.

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Tokyo's Mean Streets

Taking up herewith Japanese and/or Asia Trend News provided by The Asia-Pacific Journal.
Japanese and/or Asian Trend will be read by these News Report.
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May 1, 2009 by The Asia-Pacific Jounal

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Asia’s Contributions to World Cuisine Sidney W. Mintz Abstract The movement of food ingredients, cooking methods and dishes across the earth’s surface is ancient, and in large measure only poorly recorded. While the West has documented its contributions to global cuisine, those of the rest of the world are less well recognized. This paper takes note of Asia’s role in enriching the world’s foods, both nutritively and in terms of diversity and taste. If any of us were asked -- in the classroom, or during a radio interview, for instance -- whether Asia had made any significant contributions to a global cuisine, I am certain that all of us would answer spontaneously, and in approximately the same manner: ‘Absolutely. Asia has contributed enormously to a global cuisine.’ Despite what would probably be our unanimous agreement, this exploratory paper demands that the reader accept provisional definitions of two relevant terms, because the question itself i...
Davis Mike - Global Agribusiness, SARS and Swine Flu
May 1, 2009 by The Asia-Pacific Jounal


Global Agribusiness, SARS and Swine Flu Mike DavisMike Davis, whose 2006 book The Monster at Our Door: The Global Threat of Avian Flu warned of the threat of a global bird flu pandemic, explains how globalized agribusiness set the stage for a frightening outbreak of the swine flu in Mexico. The Spring Break hordes returned from Cancún this year with an invisible but sinister souvenir. The Mexican swine flu, a genetic chimera probably conceived in the fecal mire of an industrial pigsty, suddenly threatens to give the whole world a fever. Initial outbreaks across North America reveal an infection rate already traveling at higher velocity than the last official pandemic strain, the 1968 Hong Kong flu. Stealing the limelight from our officially appointed assassin--the otherwise vigorously mutating H5N1, known as bird flu--this porcine virus is a threat of unknown magnitude. Certainly, it seems far less lethal than SARS in 2003, but as an influenza, it may be more durable than SARS a...
May 1, 2009 by The Asia-Pacific Jounal

Tokyo’s Mean Streets David McNeillIs a new safety ordinance designed to save shoppers from transvestites, flashers and mass killers, or an Orwellian attempt to crush public protests?Last month a group of activists called Dystopia Tokyo called a protest against what they described as a “draconian” new city ordinance by conservative governor Ishihara Shintaro. Cosplay protesters Ishihara was revising an existing public safety law to allow city-center crackdowns on street demos, public performances and the homeless, warned the group, which called the move “Orwellian.”“Even foreigners walking in commercial districts can be categorized as ‘nuisances.’”Few Tokyoites seem terribly concerned: The March 22 demonstration in Shinjuku’s Kabukicho district drew just a smattering of seasoned activists, including some non-Japanese and a lone cross-dresser who claimed even he wasn’t safe from the cops.“Anybody the government does...
Apr 26, 2009 by The Asia-Pacific Jounal

Rethinking the Lessons for the US and the World of Japan’s 1990s Economic Collapse: Finance Capital and the State   R. Taggart Murphy   Any serious observer of the Japanese economy follows the work of Richard Katz.  In two closely argued, well-documented books, Japan: The System that Soured (M.E. Sharpe, 1998)and Japanese Phoenix: The Long Road to Economic Revival (M.E. Sharpe, 2003), Katz set out the view for which he is best known: that Japan once had an economic system that worked brilliantly but no longer does. Katz continues to elaborate this thesis in his writing for The Oriental Economist where he serves as Senior Editor.  Katz argues that Japan's failure to overhaul its political economy has led to the emergence of “two Japans” -- a hyper-efficient export sector and an inefficient, backwards set of companies that primarily serve Japan's domestic market.  He maintains that it was these companies, protected by rigid, obsolete political a...
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Japanese Local Mt. Fuji

Do you know ther are many "Mt. Fuji or Mt. xxx Fuji" in Japan.
For example Mount Yōtei (羊蹄山 ,Yōteizan) / Yezo Fuji or Ezo Fuji is an active stratovolcano located in Shikotsu-Toya National Park, Hokkaidō, Japan.

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Obamajority

Taking up herewith Japanese Natinal Trend News provided by Mainichi dated May 7, 2009.
News' Title is "Hiroshima, Nagasaki mayors back Obama's call for nuclear-free world in U.N speeches".
As you might know, Hiroshima and Nagasaki are only two cities in the world which has been atom-bombed as a result of World War II in August, 1945.

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Mount Diablo, Mount Fuji featured in Saint Mary's College art gallery

Taking up herewith recent News by Media regarding Mt. Fuji.
The relation between Japanese People and Mt. Fuji might be understanable by these News.

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Mt. Fuji(富士山) Vol. 5

Refer to Aokigahara and transportation to Mt. Fuji is as follows; 

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Mt. Fuji (富士山) Vol. 4

Information regarding climbing Mount Fuji is as follows;
To my regret, I, myself, have no experience of Mt. Fuji climbing by this time. And if I could have a chance to do so, I'll be happy.

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Mt. Fuji (富士山) Vol. 3

Refer to the history of Mt. Fuji.
It is thought that the first ascent was in 663 by an anonymous monk. The summit has been thought of as sacred since ancient times and was forbidden to women until the Meiji Era.

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