Amount of texts to »Japan« 29, and there are 23 texts (79.31%) with a rating above the adjusted level (-3)
Average lenght of texts 160 Characters
Average Rating 1.310 points, 5 Not rated texts
First text on May 4th 2000, 04:14:40 wrote
Josef about Japan
Latest text on Apr 30th 2007, 12:07:51 wrote
miho about Japan
Some texts that have not been rated at all
(overall: 5)

on May 26th 2002, 00:41:12 wrote
Sarah about Japan

on Jun 18th 2005, 01:08:47 wrote
Nissan about Japan

on Dec 15th 2005, 21:18:16 wrote
Trandafir Ionut about Japan

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Texts to »Japan«

whatevernext96 wrote on Mar 24th 2002, 17:16:37 about


Rating: 12 point(s) | Read and rate text individually

I've just been reading 'Memoirs of a Geisha' – and am quietly amazed to realize that, even without classic good looks or sexy elbows, I've often been treated as a 'geisha' on my various academic research trips to Japan! I moved almost entirely among men and was frequently asked to 'sing for my supper – delicious sushi, tempura or whatever', by demonstrating my extensive knowledge of Japanese history, reciting verse or laughing prodigiously at various male jokes and insinuations. To cap it all, when I took my baby daughter with me to the Kansai, a bemused young male reporter from the Osaka edition of 'Mainichi Shimbun' listened to me pontificating innocently on Japan's modernization and economic development – and then left most of it out under the much more eye-catching banner headline »Mama-san koshi« (Mummy is a Lecturer.....). Has anything changed?!!

whatevernext96 wrote on Apr 23rd 2002, 19:54:06 about


Rating: 10 point(s) | Read and rate text individually

I once spent Easter Sunday in Japan. My chief memory of the day is visiting Hiroshima and, in one of the many shopping malls that were open, using heated toilet seats for ladies (in the excited company of my young daughter). Like Japan itself, I never could work out the message....

the old pirate wrote on Mar 17th 2001, 01:56:49 about


Rating: 9 point(s) | Read and rate text individually

The Japanese banking crisis continues. Origami Bank has folded, Bonsai Bank announced that it is cutting back its branches, and Sumo Bank has gone belly up. Five hundred employees of Karate Bank will get the chop.

fuzzy wrote on Feb 10th 2001, 11:20:53 about


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A bunch of islands, always hit by earth-quakes.

Domandologo wrote on Jan 17th 2006, 08:35:29 about


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Samurai, Geisha, Fealty, Kimono, Haiku, Ikebana, Hot Springs, Tsunami, Shinkansen, Electronics, Tokyo, White-gloved helpers in the Subway, vacuum-packed used panties, sushi, Fujisan, Revisionism, Extra slippers in the bathroom, love hotels, cherry blossoms...

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