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CHRISTMAS

Japan Times
COMMUNITY / Voices / VIEWS FROM THE STREET
Dec 18, 2012
Tokyo: What does Christmas mean to you?
George Ianus
Japan Times
CULTURE / Art / Japan Pulse
Dec 12, 2012
Christmas gift ideas 2012
Presents for your friends or a little something for yourself? Japan Pulse and The JT have you covered.
Reader Mail
Jun 21, 2012
What 'international outcry'?
The June 17 Page 2 article "Oi decision draws international outcry" is very interesting with regard to the disparity between the headline and the body of the article.
Reader Mail
Jan 29, 2012
Purpose of a higher education
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Japan Times
LIFE / Lifestyle / Japan Pulse
Dec 1, 2011
Power saving puts Christmas illuminations in a new light
While the winter setsuden will soon be in full effect, the Christmas illumination show must go on.
COMMENTARY / World
Sep 7, 2011
Shared regional interests draw Japan and India closer
Over the past decade, India and Japan have built a relationship of strategic cooperation to promote collaboration on regional and global issues. An examination of the current situation indicates that their relations are a sum greater than its parts.
Japan Times
CULTURE / Japan Pulse
Dec 2, 2010
Deck the halls with bottles of plastic . . .
'Tis the season for grand Christmas displays in Japan, but this year Takashimaya department stores does it will style, thrift and eco-consciousness.
Japan Times
JAPAN / EXPLAINER
Dec 18, 2007
Japan has its Christmas cake and eats it, too
'Tis the jolly holiday season and the streets are filled with bright illumination, sparkling decorations and cheerful Christmas songs to mark the big day next week.

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