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LENS ON JAPAN (4)

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Serb refugees dream of home (Nov. 2, 2008) 
By Tomonori Iwanami

Marija Nedeljkovic has lived in a deserted house in Kraljevo, Serbia, for the past nine years since fleeing her hometown of Prizren in Kosovo.

                             
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(A) Nedeljko Jankovic, left, his wife, front, and his sister live in an unused hospital in Kraljevo.
(B) An Albanian man takes a break in his garden in Veliko Krusevo, Kosovo. A gutted building owned by his Serb neighbor can be seen in the background.

                    
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(A)People collect rainwater for daily use at a refugee camp in Kraljevo. The refugee camps have no running water.
(B)An abandoned icon is seen at a Serb Orthodox church--the only one in the village--in Veliko Krusevo, Kosovo. Since Serb residents fled the village, nobody visits the church.


                                       

Marija Nedeljkovic, 78, is a Serb who fled from Prizren, southern Kosovo, after the Kosovo conflict. She has lived in a dark sandy corridor in the house for the past nine years. Many other Serb refugees also live in the building. ...Full Story>>

Abundance of water makes eel a tasty luxury
By Yasushi Wada Daily Yomiuri Photographer

 
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The Tonegawa river originates in northern Gunma Prefecture, traversing the Kanto Plain before emptying into the Pacific Ocean.
The river's abundance of water creates a variety of good food for its eels, including freshwater prawns, crabs and minnows.
The river's naturally bred eels are highly appreciated by long-established, high-end restaurants in Tokyo. ...Full Story>>

Rare chestnut a sweet treat (Oct. 5, 2008)
By Yasushi Wada Daily Yomiuri Photographer

 
                             
 

Tamba chestnuts

Tamba guri are chestnuts harvested in the Tamba region, not the name of a particular variety.
The chestnuts have been a specialty of the region, which stretches over eastern Hyogo Prefecture and western Kyoto Prefecture, since ancient times. They are mentioned in "Engi Shiki" (Procedures of the Engi Era), a book of laws compiled in the 10th century. ...Full Story>>

Tasty fish make port call (Sep. 7, 2008)
Yasushi Wada Daily Yomiuri Photographer

 
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Tasty fish make port call

The season for eating saury, or mackerel pike, has returned to Japan--the world's biggest consumer of the fish. Many Japanese would say salted and grilled saury, or sanma no shioyaki, is their favorite autumn flavor. Saury is called sanma in Japanese. ...Full Story>>
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By T.S. on 15 Nov., 2008
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