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Japanese sole custody laws are a sore point for Australian parents separated from their children

“I’m still married but haven’t had any meaningful contact with my children for two and a half years,” said Catherine Henderson, an Australian mother of two based in Tokyo. “The point is, the legal system just doesn’t work in kidnapping cases and there is no law guaranteeing access. The failure …

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Japanese Globetrotter Loves Only You Ends Glowing Career With Daring Hong Kong Cup Victory | HK Racing

Japanese globetrotter Loves Only You ended her sensational career with a fairytale victory in the Longines Hong Kong Cup (2,000m) in Group 1 on Sunday. Yoshito Yahagi’s five-year-old mare had a stellar 2021 traveling the world and was all the rage for the HK $ 30million contest – the city’s …

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Japanese Railways link fiber to connect JIX and submarine cable

50m | Alan burkitt-gray Three Japanese railway companies connect their fiber capacity to the Japan Internet Exchange (JIX). According to Kanako Nanami, peering coordinator at JIX, the three rail companies in western Japan are working together to create a complete network interconnection covering the entire Osaka / Kinki region. The …

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7 popular western desserts that Japanese chefs made their own

(CNN) – Japan has long been famous around the world for its varied and delicious dishes, from sushi to ramen, such staples appearing on menus around the world. But in recent years, word of his expertise has also spread to another culinary field: cakes and pastries. The country’s chefs have …

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Japan is ready for an “imminent take-off” in 2022: AXA

Axa Investment Managers’ assets of 981 billion dollars make it one of the largest European investors. The fund company has chosen Japan as a potential performer in 2022. Axa also said he expects the global supply chain and inflationary pressures to ease. Next year is likely to be the year …

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How Pearl Harbor grieved the Japanese community in Sonoma County

A a few years ago, Margarette Murakami attended an event that commemorated the Holocaust and other instances of ethnic persecution. A black and white photograph hanging on the wall attracted him. It showed a young girl during WWII, pale and delicate. Murakami thought it was Anne Frank. – It’s me, …

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Japanese stocks gain after 3 days of decline, Omicron worries weigh

TOKYO, Dec. 1 (Reuters) – Japanese stocks rose on Wednesday after three consecutive sessions of strong losses, with stocks in paper and pulp, shipping and autos leading the rebound, although uncertainties about the impact of the Omicron coronavirus variant weighed on market sentiment. The Nikkei stock average (.N225) rose 0.8% …

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A stylish Japanese electric grill that is a modular, space-saving solution to the traditional bulky appliance

The Haruo Matsunaga Magic Grill is a modular, portable and electric grill with a removable base and 3mm hotplate to optimize product storage, assembly and function. Whether we’re camping or making the most of small living spaces, portable grills solve a lot of our culinary dilemmas. When camping, it is …

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Japanese shipping giant partners with SMC to rehabilitate Pasig and Tullahan River

Virtual signing ceremony with (clockwise) Environment Secretary Roy Cimatu, SMC Chairman Ramon Ang and NYK Line Chairman Hitoshi Nagasawa. CONTRIBUTED PHOTO The transport and logistics company NYK Line of Japan has joined San Miguel Corp. (SMC) in its multi-billion dollar initiative to rehabilitate the Pasig and Tullahan-Tinajeros river systems. NYK …

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High oil prices could chill Japan’s traditional public baths

TOKYO, Nov. 26 (Reuters) – The COVID-19 pandemic has failed to kill Dai-ni Takara-yu, a traditional Japanese public bathhouse located in a Tokyo alley where neighbors have soaked their worries since 1949. But for third-generation owner Tokuji Ito, high oil prices are the next test. With the colder months of …

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