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Tokyo Fashion and Lifestyle: Ikebukuro Fashion and Amazing District to Reside

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Tokyo Fashion and Lifestyle: Ikebukuro Fashion and Amazing District to Reside Sarah Deschamps and Kanako Itamae Modern Tokyo Time Tokyo fashion is internationally famous but while Aoyama, Ginza, Harajuku, Omotesando, Shibuya and Shinjuku often hog the limelight, it is equally true that other buzzing fashion districts are far from being in the shadows. This especially […]

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Japan Tourism in Stunning Wakayama: Negoro-ji and Buddhism

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Japan Tourism in Stunning Wakayama: Negoro-ji and Buddhism Walter Sebastian and Lee Jay Walker Modern Tokyo Times Wakayama prefecture is a perfect place to visit for tourists who adore culture, architecture, the richness of Buddhism, the indigenous faith of Shintoism, stunning beaches, an amazing castle, and because of multiple other factors. Also, the closeness of […]

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EU and Anti Russia: Mass Unemployment, Huge Debt and Corruption but Ukraine Opposition Ignores

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EU and Anti Russia: Mass Unemployment, Huge Debt and Corruption but Ukraine Opposition Ignores Olivier LeCourt and Noriko Watanabe Modern Tokyo Times It is rather ironic that many undemocratic and nationalist forces in the Ukraine alongside pro-European Union (EU) democrats in this nation seek to join the EU. After all, the EU is blighted by […]

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Ukraine in Reverse: PM Azarov offers his Resignation based on Opposition Violence

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Ukraine in Reverse: PM Azarov offers his Resignation based on Opposition Violence Preeya Wattana and Galina Zobova Modern Tokyo Times The government of the Ukraine is being threatened by wanton violence, mass demonstrations and movements that desire the right to dictate at any cost. Of course, some opposition leaders will hold genuine grievances and concerns […]

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Al-Nusra threatens Hezbollah in Lebanon: Western intrigues and Al-Qaeda/Saudi/Israel/Turkey Foreign Policy

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Al-Nusra threatens Hezbollah in Lebanon: Western intrigues and Al-Qaeda/Saudi/Israel/Turkey Foreign Policy Salma Zribi and Lee Jay Walker Modern Tokyo Times If you reside in Israel or Saudi Arabia and you happen to be a NATO member like Turkey, then it appears that you don’t have to currently worry about Al-Nusra (Al-Nusrah). After all, this al-Qaeda […]

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President Yanukovych of Ukraine Accuses Protesters of Wanting a “Fire of Mass Unrest”

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President Yanukovych of Ukraine Accuses Protesters of Wanting a “Fire of Mass Unrest” Galina Zobova and Olivier LeCourt Modern Tokyo Times President Viktor Yanukovych of Ukraine ushered a stark warning that militant protesters desire to turn the nation “into the fire of mass unrest.” This is in relation to the violent nature of recent protests, […]

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President Djotodia of Central African Republic resigns: Sectarianism needs containing

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President Djotodia of Central African Republic resigns: Sectarianism needs containing Walter Sebastian and James Jomo Modern Tokyo Times The Interim President of the Central African Republic resigned along with the Prime Minister. President Michel Djotodia clearly couldn’t stay in power after his Seleka dominated Muslim forces committed many massacres against Christians. Djotodia tried to distance […]

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War and Japanese Animation: Hotaru no Haka

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War and Japanese Animation: Hotaru no Haka Lee Jay Walker Modern Tokyo Times Grave of the Fireflies is a very moving animation film which focuses on the innocence of children and the brutality of war.  It is a film which blends into reality and it is easy to forget that it is an animation film […]

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South Sudan leader supports a truce: Ethiopia, Kenya, Uganda, and IGAD

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South Sudan leader supports a truce: Ethiopia, Kenya, Uganda, and IGAD  Paul Joseph Nzeribe and Lee Jay Walker Modern Tokyo Times East African nations are extremely worried about events in South Sudan therefore major regional powers like Ethiopia, Kenya, and Uganda, have stepped up to the plate. Obviously, regional black African nations know full well […]

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South Sudan and a Perennial Problem in Parts of Africa: Nation State and Instability

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South Sudan and a Perennial Problem in Parts of Africa: Nation State and Instability  Pierre Leblanc and Jay Doggett  Modern Tokyo Times South Sudan is on the verge of a major internal conflict whereby only the enemies of this new entity will gain. Yet events in South Sudan are all too familiar in parts of […]

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