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Hi there! If you have a couple of seconds: Go to the Yahoo! Japan home page, and type "3.11" (without the quotes) in the search box at the top of the page. Every time someone searches for 3.11 today, Yahoo! Japan will donate 10 yen towards the continuing recovery efforts after the March 11, 2011 earthquake.

Thank you! ^_^

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Happy New Year!

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Happy New Year!

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There really is a butter shortage in Japan

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Butter shortages in post-modern Japan.

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Hamburg Steaks or Hanbaagu/Hambaagu in the Japan Times

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A brief history of the hambaagu in Japan.

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What Japanese kids like to eat, now and then

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Japanese kids like western style food a lot it.

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The history of ranking restaurants in Edo, plus eggs in Japan

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Eggs, plus the history of ranking restaurants and food in Japan.

Kanten vs. agar plus tokoroten in the Japan Times, plus a sweet version

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About the difference between kanten and agar, plus cool, slippery glassy noodles.

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Maybe you can't have it all...

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Goryo Hamaguchi: Earthquakes, Modern Medicine and Yamasa Soy Sauce

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The life of a remarkable man, who used his wealth to help people in many meaningful ways.

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Tokyo vs. Paris, Japan vs. France, from a food point of view

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Is Tokyo really a better place for a tourist to visit than Paris? As a Tokyo-native and current resident of France, I may have a few thoughts on that. ^_^

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