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Voice of the Day Vol.4 – Alesya Nakagawa (Belarus)
Small place, large vision – You will find something spectacular even in small spaces
Voice of the Day Vol.3 – Madagascar Embassy
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Why do Japanese teens take so many selfies? – Tell me, Japanese people! Vol.4
I confirmed that I wanted to come and live in Japan as a singer.
Don’t hesitate to ask for help. People will give a hand to you.
Voice of the Day Vol.1 – Zimbabwean Embassy
I was almost crying at the thought of Tohoku people during the concert held there.
The sympathy with the aftermath of the earthquake almost doesn’t exist abroad. But there are still tons of problems to be solved in Tohoku.
Wanting the world to experience the “Real Japan”
Is Japanese politeness because of the family or the schools? – Tell me, Japanese people! Vol.3
Rakugo is the dreamland in my life.
Sake is an entry into a great experience in Japan.
Standing in the bustle of Tokyo, I realized that at the very core, we are not so different after all.
I want to tell the depth of sake to the world.
Japan is a place where innovation and consideration live together.
A HAPPY NEW YEAR 2016!
I will create a culture which encourages both profit generation and contribution to society.
The city lacks nature, people don’t take days off… But Tokyo improved my life!
We want to be seen as a great entertainment group in Tokyo, not as some silly “gaijin” group.
How can you guys be so polite and helpful? – Tell me, Japanese people! Vol.2
Why will nobody sit beside me on the train? – Tell me, Japanese people! Vol.1
Japanese don’t realize how good their image in the world is and how good of a reputation Japan has.
If I made an unfunny joke, I could say, “I guess it’s ‘cause I’m from Sweden”. Do you know why?
Rakugo might prevent conflicts. I’ll try to achieve peace through it.
Make the change that you want to do. And create new opportunities.
I feel Japan will succeed. I want to help it.
The “Pirates” is a family. Trust off stage makes the trust on stage.
If they are interested in tea, they would be interested in Japanese tea.
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I’m able to use a lot of knowledge and experience to my career as a geisha now.
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Laughter is international.
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We foreigners should not press for only own our demands.
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I was looking through some apartments and one had “No foreigners allowed”.
Interviewed & written by Isao Tokuhashi Mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org Lyle Warren (Australia)
I needed to bottle up my emotions in order to get one step ahead. Otherwise a foreigner couldn’t have run a noodle shop here.
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