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Post by furiez on Mon May 07, 2012 5:24 am

nah disini tempatnya untuk berita2 tentang jepang hari ini

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50 Sadakos invade Shibuya on last day of Golden Week


Japanese horror icon Sadako has once again resorted to unique promotion methods for her upcoming 3D revival movie ‘Sadako 3D‘ by invading Shibuya, Tokyo in multitudes on the last day of Golden Week.

The promo event was dubbed the ‘Daizoushoku Matsuri’ (the ‘Big
Multiplication Festival’) and featured a total of 50 Sadakos strolling
around Shibuya’s famous pedestrian scramble while mimicking Sadako’s
crawling out of the TV monitors. It is Sadako’s trademark scene of
crawling out of a water well, although in this upcoming movie, she is
also crawling out from a PC monitor, a TV screen on the street and even a
smartphone. The bizarre spectacle received mixed reactions, from
sobbing girls & screaming female school students to intrigued
foreign tourists who couldn’t stop taking pictures.

After roaming through the streets, the Sadakos gathered in front of
TOHO Cinemas’ Shibuya entrance, Shibuya Mark City, and the Moyai statue
in front of the Shibuya Station. They then continued with the promotions
by distributing ‘letters from Sadako’ to passersbys. Those included 12
different messages such as, “I got tired of crawling out of a water well, so I decided to crawl out of a monitor,” “Not looking will get you cursed, however, looking will get you cursed too,” and, “Believe it or not, I have a nice body.


In addition to the 50 Sadakos, the campaign also features one gigantic Sadako attached onto a big promo truck.

‘Sadako 3D’ stars Ishihara Satomi, Seto Koji, and Yamamoto Yusuke, and will open in cinemas nationwide on May 12th.
CREDIT : http://www.tokyohive.com/2012/05/50-sadakos-invade-shibuya-on-last-day-of-golden-week/

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Post by Hanabi on Mon May 07, 2012 1:05 pm

huaaaaaaaaaaa,, kereen!! T.O.P.B.G.T
di Indonesia kapan 50 mak lampir nih??

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Post by ReienCiel on Mon May 07, 2012 1:41 pm

Pray for japan,,,,

Tadi[????] ada tornado di daerah *mana yak? Lupa momod tar cari tw yaaa..*

1Meninggal, and 5orang terluka.....

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Teenager dies in Japan tornado


Updated: 04:21, Monday May 7, 2012




A tornado ripped through eastern Japan today, killing a
teenager, destroying dozens of houses and cutting power to about 20,000
households.
A spokesman at the disaster headquarters of Tsukuba
city in Ibaraki prefecture, about 60km northeast of Tokyo says a 14
year boy has died, but the exact cause of his death is not known.
The
spokesman says 15 other people have been treated for tornado-related
injuries, and he expects the number of injured will rise.
The
Tsukuba fire and emergency bureau said 30 to 50 houses were destroyed
by the tornado, and nearly 20,000 households in the region lost power.


credit :http://www.skynews.com.au


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tornadonya sangat hebat.. smp luluh lantak seperti itu,.seorang remaja juga dikabarkan meninggal karena bencana ini. pray for japan...semoga korban tidak bertambah dan ketabahan bagi mereka yang terkena bencana

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Post by ReienCiel on Sun May 13, 2012 5:38 am

Belakangan ini Jepang serig kena bencana yak~
*Pray for Japan* Berdoa

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Post by Aditya555 on Wed May 16, 2012 5:21 pm

jangankan jepang, Indonesia juga kena...
Tidaaaakkk...!!!

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Post by Hanabi on Wed May 16, 2012 6:27 pm

Pray for Bali aja deh
liat jepang, jd was² sm Bali..

inyong atuuuuuttt
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Post by furiez on Thu May 17, 2012 6:17 am

HEIAN HEROINE







May 17, 2012

Atsuko Kamei (third from right) wears a
12-layered kimono in her the role as Saiodai, heroine of the Aoi
Festival, which dates to the Heian Period, at Shimogamo Shrine in
Kyoto's Sakyo Ward on Wednesday.



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Post by Aditya555 on Thu May 17, 2012 11:03 am

itu perayaan mirip perayaan hari anak perempuan ya ?
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Post by furiez on Sun May 20, 2012 8:45 am

aku kira itu cewnya pendek2 ternyata anak2


Merry Smile







People hold umbrellas, with portraits of young survivors of
lastyear’s March 11 disaster, during the Merry Smile Action event at
Harajuku in Tokyo on Saturday. Merry Project is a global art project
staging ad-hoc outdoor exhibitions of portraits of smiling children
printed on umbrellas.











Water supply cut in Chiba, Saitama due to toxin contamination


TOKYO —

The water supply to tens of thousands of households in two
prefectures near Tokyo was cut off Saturday after local checks found it
was contaminated with a cancer-causing chemical.


The city of Noda, Chiba Prefecture, some 30 kilometers from central
Tokyo, said it had stopped supplies to a major part of the city. Most of
the neighboring city of Kashiwa also has no tap water supply.


Water supplies have been cut to a total of 210,000 households in
Chiba, where the two cities are located, according to Jiji Press news
agency.


Television footage showed residents queuing up with plastic
containers to get water from trucks sent by the cities. Authorities have
not determined the cause of the contamination although reports said
industrial wastewater was suspected.


Authorities in Chiba and Saitama prefectures, which both neighbor
Tokyo, found water taken from the Tone River or one of its branches was
contaminated with higher than allowed levels of formaldehyde.


Formaldehyde is a colorless chemical with a pungent odor, classified
as a human carcinogen by the Lyon-based International Agency for
Research on Cancer.


Chiba stopped taking water from a branch of the Tone River after detecting elevated levels of formaldehyde.


The worst reading was seen in Saitama, which temporarily stopped
taking water at a filtration plant that on Friday detected contamination
of 0.200 milligrams of formaldehyde per liter, more than two times the
0.080 milligram national limit.


Water intake was resumed in Saitama Saturday as the level
significantly dropped below the limit, according to prefecture
officials.


“The water poses no health risks,” local waterworks official Akiyoshi
Fujimura said, noting none of it had been supplied to households and
that the threshold itself was set on the assumption of consumption over a
long period.


“We had hardly detected formaldehyde in check-ups before… We have to
find the cause,” he told AFP by phone, adding waste water from a factory
could be responsible.



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Post by Aditya555 on Tue May 22, 2012 10:25 am

Bahas teru - teru bozu dong
Mohon Maaf

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Post by ReienCiel on Tue May 22, 2012 5:46 pm

Nanti qta buat aja tread ngebahas omocha jepang kaya teru teru bozu itu.. XD

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Mohon bantuannya
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A man walks past azaleas in full bloom in front of the Bank of Japan headquarters in Tokyo on Wednesday.



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Man arrested over knife attack at Shibuya subway station

Crime
May. 24, 2012 - 12:12PM
TOKYO —

Police said Thursday they have arrested a 32-year-old man for
allegedly stabbing another man at Shibuya subway station on Monday
night.


The victim, a 53-year-old newspaper deliveryman, was slashed on the
right side of his torso and behind his right ear with a knife after he
got into an argument with his attacker on the escalator descending to
the platform on the Fukutoshin subway line just after 6 p.m. on Monday
night. He remains in hospital in a stable condition.


Train services were suspended for two hours while police searched for
the assailant. However, security camera footage later showed the
suspect boarding a train on the Hanzomon line. He got off at Nagatacho
and transferred to the Yurakucho line and went to Ikebukuro.


The suspect, who has been named as 32-year-old Tomohiro Watanabe, was
detained on Wednesday night, TV Asahi reported. He is a resident of
Asaka in Saitama Prefecture. A search of his home turned up a blue bag,
an image of which had been released to the public after Watanabe was
captured on CCTV cameras in the station. Inside the bag, police found a
survival knife with a 30-cm blade, which they believe to be the weapon
used in the attack, TV Asahi reported.


During police questioning, Watanabe was quoted by police as saying
that he got angry when the victim shoved him while going down the
escalator. Police say they are continuing to investigate the
circumstances that led up to the attack, including the reason Watanabe
was carrying a survival knife, TV Asahi reported.



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Post by Aditya555 on Thu May 24, 2012 10:57 am

eh, kasus penusukan ?!
WTF...???!!!

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Post by furiez on Thu May 24, 2012 3:14 pm

ya itu berita hari ini. tertarik aku ama bunga2 yng diatasnya itu... jdi pengen ke jepang...T^T

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Trial begins in case of 18-year-old unlicensed driver who killed 2, injured 8

KYOTO —

The trial has begun in the case of an 18-year-old youth who drove his
car into a group of elementary school children and some adults, killing
seven-year-old girl and a pregnant woman, in Kameoka, Kyoto Prefecture,
on April 23.


The defendant, who cannot be named because he is a minor, had no driver’s license at the time.


Yukihi Matsumura, 26, who was seven months pregnant, and Mao Odani,
7, were declared dead several hours after the crash, which happened at
around 8 a.m. as the children were being taken to school. Matsumura’s
unborn baby also died in the accident.


According to police, the children and Matsumura were walking along
the side of a curved one-way road when the minicar failed to make a left
curve and hit them.


The driver said he and his two passengers had been joyriding since
the previous night. He was quoted as telling police that he dozed off at
the wheel.


The driver’s two passengers — two 18-year-old youths — were also
arrested because they knew their friend did not have a driver’s license
and did nothing about it, police said.


Although trials of minors are generally not open to the public in
Japan, cases involving loss of life can be attended by the families of
those who were killed or injured.


Hiroshi Yokoyama, whose daughter was killed in the incident, told
reporters, “We have a lot of painful memories. We would really like to
see a full investigation take place so that the truth can come out.”


The court is to rule on whether or not the boy can be charged as an adult on Friday.

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Hotel company president gets down on her knees to apologize for fatal fire


OKAYAMA —

The president of the company that operates the Hotel Prince Fukuyama,
Hiroshima Prefecture, where a fire killed seven people on May 13, got
down on her knees at a news conference in Okayama on Wednesday to
apologize.


Three men and four women were killed when the fire swept through the
four-story hotel. At the time of the fire, there were 13 guests staying
in the hotel and one employee on duty.


The cause of the fire, which gutted the 2nd and 3rd floors, was
attributed to a lack of safety prevention measures. The hotel had no
sprinkler system and been warned about lax anti-fire prevention measures
in at least eight areas last year, fire department officials said.


Taeko Kusunoki, 63, who has been president of the hotel operator
since 2006, said she deeply regretted what had happened and offered
prayers for the seven victims, Fuji TV reported.


She said she accepted full responsibility for not complying with requests from fire department officials.

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Man, woman stabbed to death in random attack on Osaka street


OSAKA —

A man and a woman were stabbed to death in an apparent random attack on a busy Osaka street on Sunday afternoon.


According to police and witnesses, the attacks took place at around 1
p.m. in Higashi-Shinsaibashi in Osaka’s Minami district. The two
victims were a 52-year-old man and a woman in her 60s, police said.


Police said that a suspect, identified as 36-year-old Kyozo Isoki,
was arrested at the scene and confessed to the attacks, TV Asahi
reported. Isoki was quoted by police as saying that he didn’t know the
victims and chose them at random because he “wanted to kill someone.”


Local media quoted witnesses as saying that Isoki stabbed the man
first, then ran about 40 meters and stabbed the woman. He then ran back
to the fallen man and stabbed him again, TV Asahi reported. Both victims
were taken to hospital where they were pronounced dead.

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Golden oldies





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A security guard checks a stage door of a theater painted with posters of popular Universal Pictures films in Tokyo.


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kasus penusukan itu mirip cerita Kara no Kyoukai...
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Post by furiez on Sat Jul 07, 2012 2:50 pm

belum pernah noton anime yg itu

Japan Expo in France



Local cosplayers attend the Japan Expo dedicated to Japanese culture at
Paris-Nord Villepinte Exhibition Center, ouside of Paris, France, on
Friday. Some 200,000 Japanese pop culture enthusiasts are expected to
visit the largest annual 13th Japan Expo showcasing the country’s pop
arts and subculture that runs through Sunday.


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mwahahahahahahha ! cosplaynya epic~
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aku ga tahu tu yg cosu2 apa aja.. setauku sih yg paling kanan aja dari bleach

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Japan to send letter to China's president, protesting flag incident


TOKYO —
Foreign Minister Koichiro Gemba on Tuesday said it was time to address relations with China which have soured over a territorial dispute as an incident targeting the Japanese ambassador added to tensions.
Monday’s incident in which the national flag was ripped off a car carrying the Japanese ambassador in Beijing came amid widespread anti-Japan demonstrations over a disputed East China Sea island chain known in China as Diaoyu and in Japan as Senkaku.
Describing the incident as “very regrettable,” Gemba said he would send an envoy to deliver a letter to Chinese President Hu Jintao.
He declined to elaborate on the contents, but said it was a good opportunity to address ties that have soured over the island dispute.
“I believe that we must exchange opinions now on the situation of Japan-China relations, on the situation of the region as a whole, including the Korean peninsula, as well as the global situation,” Gemba said.
Chief Cabinet Secretary Osamu Fujimura, the government’s top spokesman, hinted at the wider diplomatic issues at play, saying the letter to Hu was about “developing stable Japan-China relations based on a broad view.”
Despite their large and mutually important trade relationship, ties between Tokyo and Beijing are often blighted by historical animosities, especially war-time atrocities carried out by the invading Japanese army.
Finance Minister Jun Azumi, who last week hinted Japan may freeze its plan to buy South Korean government bonds amid a separate diplomatic tussle with Seoul, added: “I hope that China will avoid inviting a situation that would worsen” relations.
Ambassador Uichiro Niwa was not hurt in the Beijing incident and there was no other damage to his diplomatic vehicle, according to the Japanese embassy.
Senior Vice Foreign Minister Tsuyoshi Yamaguchi is expected to leave for Beijing later on Tuesday to deliver the letter from Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda to Hu.
Gemba said officials would try to track down the man who grabbed the flag from the license plate on his car.
He added that “the Chinese side has told us they will deal with the case strictly under the law and that they will take measures to ensure the safety of Japanese nationals and companies in China”.
Tensions between Japan and China flared earlier this month after pro-Beijing activists landed on one of the disputed islands, which are controlled by Japan.
They were arrested by Japanese authorities and deported.
About a dozen nationalists raised Japanese flags on the island days later.
Thousands of Chinese citizens in more than 20 cities have protested over the last two weeks. Japanese businesses, restaurants and cars were targeted in some cities.
Japan is also embroiled in a territorial dispute with South Korea amid tense relations over issues tied to Japan’s 1910-1945 occupation of the Korean peninsula.
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Children look at fish at Sumida Aquarium in Tokyo on Monday.

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