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  • Aoshima Island in Japan is known as the 'Cat Island'
    Island of cats: Japan's Aoshima Island cat population outnumbers humans
    Japan's Aoshima Island is overrun with cats. The remote island located 30 minutes by ferry ride off Japan's Ehime Prefecture is known for its large population of cats. Tourists flock to Aoshima Island yearly just to witness the "Cat...
  • Aoshima Island: Where cats rule
    Aoshima Island: Japan cat haven draws kitty loving tourists with pussies galore
    Aoshima Island is the ideal destination for cat loving tourists to visit. After all, where else are you going to find feral kitties outnumbering humans at six to one? On March 3, this sensational, feline-heavy place was trending, with these fur...
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    Michelle Obama to travel to Japan and Cambodia on Spring Break
    First Lady Michelle Obama will be traveling to Japan and Cambodia this spring. The White House announced that Mrs. Obama will spend this year’s spring break traveling to the foreign countries from March 18 through March 22. According to a CS...
  • Feral cats rule island off coast of Japan, which is a big tourist spot
    Aoshima Island: Cat Island overrun with feral cats that greet tourists on dock
    Aoshima Island is a place where cats rule the land and that's why the island is also called Cat Island. If you are a tourist visiting Japan's Aoshima Island these feral felines will be looking for a handout of snacks.Aoshima Island is a...
  • Prince William in Japan
    Prince William in China and Japan: Some serious fun, some serious business
    Prince William has arrived in China after a four-day visit to Japan. The Duke of Cambridge combined business with pleasure on March 2 as he walked the grounds of the celebrated Forbidden City. He did so after meeting China's President Xi...
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    Dog Breed Profile: The honorable Akita
    One of the most famous dog stories of all time involves the Japanese Akita. In the early 1920s Professor Ueno, who worked at what is now the University of Tokyo, adopted an Akita puppy. Akita Inus, as the dogs are called, hailed from Akita...
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    New hotel opening up in Japan will be operated by robots
    If you decide to visit Japan this summer and choose to stay at the Hen na Hotel, you may be surprised to see robots, or more specifically, androids running the place. This is because, according to a report by CNN on Feb. 5, this new hotel opening...
  • Kenji Goto visits refugee camp with WFP
    World Food Programme honors Kenji Goto
    The UN World Food Programme (WFP) is remembering journalist Kenji Goto as a great ally in the fight against hunger. Goto was murdered by the terrorist group ISIS.WFP's director, Ertharin Cousin, spoke of Goto's intrepid coverage of the...
  • What a load of crap!
    Let's ship this 'crap' into space
    University of Florida researchers have devised a technique that turns human waste into rocket fuel. Did this discovery come about as part of a wild weekend in a frat house? http://universityof florida.eduWhile you’re digesting that sentence,...
  • Terror Group ISIS Executes Japanese Hostage
    Terror Group ISIS Executes Japanese Hostage
    Kenji Goto was a freelance journalist, who traveled to the Middle East to cover the lives of people who have seen their lives torn apart by war and strife across the area.Instead, Goto was captured in Syria by the terror group ISIS. According to...
  • Kenji Goto remains a hostage
    Dangerous reporting: Kenji Goto is a hero
    Kenji Goto is still being held captive by ISIS. He is the last remaining Japanese captive in Syria. The other one, Haruna Yukawa, was beheaded on Saturday. Kenji is a reporter, and Yukawa was as well. There is no reason that either one should have...
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    Japan's payback may come at the end of a 5.56 Howa barrel
    Despite Japan's post-World War II constitution absolutely forbidding even to use the words army, navy or air force regarding the nation's Self-Defense Forces,Prime Minister Shinzo Abe (phonetically pronounced "Ah-bay") has made...
  • UAE celebrate AC2015 quarter
    UAE stun Asian champions and advance to semis
    Japan have seen their dream of defending their Asian Cup title crushed as they were humbled by UAE at Stadium Australia on Friday night. After a tight match ended 1-1, Japan became the second fancied side of the night to go out, losing 5-4 on...
  • Japan celebrate v Jordan 2015AC
    Japan beat Jordan and top group
    Japan have kept up their perfect record in the 2015 Asian Cup as they managed a 2-0 win over Jordan at Melbourne Rectangular Stadium on Tuesday night. It was an impressive Jordan performance as the put up a gallant fight against the defending...
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    Japan doubles tourism
    Japan tourism officials are on their way to boost the country's tourism to 20 million foreign visitors a year by 2020. That's the target year Japan hosts the Summer Olympics, from July 24 to August 9.Currently, visitors top about 10...