AI, robots, flying cars no thank you!!
0 ( +1 / -1 )
A wise choice would be Koizumi. Would be a good direction for the country in times such as these. The rest of these candidates seem like the same old direction and a repeat of the same for the a long time to come.
-5 ( +5 / -10 )
Good, the centralization of this city really puts great burdens on the rest of the country. This needed to happen. On the negative side, hopefully Tokyo can keep its unreasonably high prices especially for land and real estate and not export that to other areas of Japan.
0 ( +0 / -0 )
Absolute total ban on smoking everywhere!!
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Not American, could care less who runs that country. No matter who wins its not the same country with that was looked up to when American landed on the moon in 1969.
0 ( +3 / -3 )
298 for one Apple.
398 for a head of cabbage
298 for a half rotten head of lettuce, because no one wants to spend 298 for lettuce.
218 for milk.
The list goes on and on, people are worried about the deflation.
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He has been working for this company for almost 24 years. He can do the job he was hired to do, shows loyalty to the company, and they fire him. Wouldnt a person with a higher degree be an asset. That to me is insane.
Instead of keeping this asset now they have to spend extra on all costs associated with hiring a new employee who could be way less of an asset to the company and cost them in the long term.
10 ( +13 / -3 )
Biggest turnoff of a woman for any man. No matter how much money he has.
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Paying your respects to relative's who died in wars is a very respectful thing to do.
No matter what side you were on, war the people who went through these conflicts went through unspeakable horrors for both military and civilians.
Some of my family died in the bombings of German cities but most survived as well as relatives who fought the Soviets which was a more unspeakable horror than people can imagine.. Most of my relatives didnt speak of the war until the last decade of there lives. No matter the side you were on any war is an unspeakable horror for all. Always pay your respects.
-10 ( +8 / -18 )
I have always been extremely anti-robot and anti-ai, but there are two places that ai should only be. Very heavenly regulated in the space science industry and the health industry. No where else.
9 ( +15 / -6 )
Since I already live in an area people sometimes come to get away from the city. I often visit Kyoto city, Kyoto Tango Hanto, Ise and Shima in Mie, Sado Shima, and Nagano city. I really want to visit Akita, Iwate, Aomori and Hokkaido someday.
3 ( +3 / -0 )
It comes down to the choices people make. Its not only you, do what is right to keep others safe. Wear a mask try to stay away from others. The decisions you also make affect the lives of others.
4 ( +9 / -5 )
Good, please get rid of it I get sick when even pass a person smoking or even near the sent of that putridly sick and disgusting oder of tabacco.
6 ( +9 / -3 )
No thank you, I prefer human interaction and a human behind the wheel of a car.
8 ( +10 / -2 )
With a novel virus no one can really can predict what the situation will be. The assumption that the virus would go away in warm weather should never have been relayed upon. A pandemic, while putting so much emphasis on the economy over the health of the people is a recipe for disaster.
A disaster not only for the lively hood of the people of Japan but for the doctors, health workers, elderly, public officials, teachers, students, children, and anyone who crosses the path of this virus. Especially the prolong effects to the economy itself in very high priced nation with a sales tax that rose to 10% just last October, if the virus stays its course or mutates which these viruses tend to do this could be a disaster of epic proportions to the economy and the future of Japan.
The 自民党 and Abe had a choice to wait it out and slowly open up the economy in slow stages, with night life being the absolute last thing to open up months after the virus was utterly annihilated but chose to open it back up quickly and now look at the situation in Japan.
6 ( +7 / -1 )
I am a follower of both神道and 浄土真宗 a shrine and temples are place of respect. Yes some people in wars do negative things during war but there were also loved ones who lost their lives and heros of other wars. When I went to Tokyo and visited it it was nice and felt no negative energy.
My grandfather also fought the Russians and bairly survived in the second world war to live a normal life afterwards. He was just a soldier fighting for his country and to get back to his family.
3 ( +7 / -4 )
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The state of emergency should be the same but much longer than the one that lasted to May 25th. With more restrictions host clubs, night clubs, pachinko palors, and events of more than 15 people. These should not even open or happen until at least a two consecutive months of 0 cases. Restaurants on a limited hour basis. If the economy is so important, a sacrifice needs to be made to solve the problem. Not wait and see let it get out of hand and try again, which wastes time, hurts the economy more, and will probably cost more lives especially in the lives of health workers who are on the front line of this virus.
0 ( +0 / -0 )
I never lived in Kanto but and only visited there once. Only 200000 yen for an飲食店 for a month in Tokyo, whats that going to cover a small bill, and this goverment gave about 77 billion yen to dentsu!
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If people left the cities for the country side, this would start a revitalization of the country and perhaps enhance the national economy for the better.
For me, I love the sea of Japan and Ishikawa and will never leave here. I get stress when I visit Osaka for shopping even for just a few hours. The largest cities I enjoy are Kanazawa, Kyoto, and Nagano.
2 ( +2 / -0 )
In Ishikawa, abeの金was given way back but finally recieved abeのマスクjust recently. Its sad that in major cities like tokyo, nagoya, and where ever else families with children and working parents are still waiting for abeの金from their locial governments. Something really has to be wrong with these cities and how their welfare systems. If it was 市民税these local governments would be after you as soon as possible being the other way around they seem to care less.
4 ( +6 / -2 )
This virus is here to stay, a treatment might be likely in the near future. It will be a part of life in the future its up to human race to evolve and overcome the challenges of this virus. For me the virus has little effect on my life living in rural Japan. Life will be normal for new years.
0 ( +1 / -1 )
With, Japan seting single-day record with 795 new COVID-19 cases as the To go campaign begins in full force, This economic outlook is completely ignorant of the current situation. Japan will face an out of control virus that could potentially be a cancer to the economy not only for the near future but long road ahead.
5 ( +5 / -0 )
People who are permanent residence and who are spoueses of Japanese nationals, should be able to re enter Japan. They should also be quarantined for at least 20 days after re entry.
I have no ambition to travel abroad from Japan, I have not left Japan in over 10 years but was contemplating a nice trip to South Korea by ferry for a small holiday. Because of the novel corona virus Im happy to stay with in Japan until there is a tangible treatment that has been effective fo at least three years or more.
7 ( +9 / -2 )
I trust my local government over Tokyo any day, I worked with them and live in a small community where everyone knows each other.
4 ( +5 / -1 )
Cutting the pay of doctors, nurses, and health workers on the front lines in a viral war against a highly contagious virus that poses a risk to their own health and their families . Not only health professionals who are fighting this viral war, this also puts a lot of pressure on health professionals who are caring for people with everyday illnesses they would have come across. Cutting the pay of health professionals is a rotten thing to do, this just goes to show how heartless cheap people can.
5 ( +5 / -0 )
Being a resident of rural Ishikawa, I could not believe this the first time I read about this Go To campaign. If your in Kanto, Tokyo, or anyplace in Japan for that matter, do the right thing and stay home until this is over. If you feel the need to go out go to the park or take a walk. Do not come to Hokuriku.
12 ( +13 / -1 )