April 15, 2016
Earthquake struck Kumamoto, to kill nine
The victims of the disaster counted up to 50 people, including people died at the shelter. Crippled lifeline seems to have had a serious influence on citizens health. Several tremors are occurring continuously. I hope the region struck by the earthquake will be normalized soon.
April 14, 2016
Kindle Oasis will come
Kindle Oasis is now available also in Japan. It looks cool, but a little expensive. I will continue to use my new Paperwhite for a while.
April 10, 2016
The shock of Panama Paper
David Cameron is still criticized for his father being involved in this issue. In Japan, few people mention it. This kind of scandals will be raised again and again, in my opinion. National taxation scheme itself is going to be outdated.
April 6, 2016
Cherry blossoms in Japan
Cherry blossoms were over a couple of weeks ago. Now you can see cherry trees with green leafs.
April 1, 2016
Suicide is illegal in Japan
Of course, this entry is a fake. There is no legislation in Japan to illegalize suicide. And it is impossible to punish a person committed suicide.
However, I think the sense of guiltiness against suicide is influencing the suicide rate. China, Russia, South Korea, and Japan are all the nations in which no particular religions blaming suicides are dominant. On the contrary, in Japan, the concept that deceased people are not responsible for acts who had done is accepted, saying Japanese do not "whip the dead." People who believe to be judged in heaven are less likely to commit suicide, although it is not a decisive factor.