Sorry for the late entry. As I told you in my last comment, I hurt my back at the weekend, and I haven’t really been able to do much since then. It’s not too bad now, but sitting for long periods really hurts, so I wasn’t able to do a new entry. I’ll do the next one next week. In the meantime, here is some feedback on your comments on the last topic.
I don’t really think the results mean that people agree with your policies.
My third request is “Don’t raise the consumption tax now!”
The latest news stories are saying that he is thinking of deferring it.
I know it sounds cliche,
“I know it sounds cliched” or “I know it sounds like a cliche.”
I heard that radiation safety standards for food have been relaxed, but I don’t think most Japanese people realize that.
Some mother friends of mine
Some friends of mine who have children
We don’t want to spend money for that at all and actually we’d like to spend it for a family trip
spend money on …
Why is education fee in Japan so expensive?
Why is education in Japan so expensive?
you should spend more budget for working generation and children
you should spend more of the budget on people of working age and children
Abenomics is the effective plan
Abenomics is an effective plan
I really hope you will make right choices and make Japan the better place.
… and make Japan a better place.
Settling the problem is beyond just Toden’s control, and I really think the government needs to take leadership actions.
The problem is clearly too big for Toden to control, and I really think the government needs to show some leadership.
However, the fact that 日本遺族会(war-bereaved associaotion) is a huge source of votes for the LDP seems to make the issue even worse and complicated.
As always, the problem is vested interests and lobby groups. This happens in every country, unfortunately, but it seems to be particularly bad in Japan.
this is just my imagination, though…
this is just my guess / impression, though…
people are spending more and more money for their children.
people are spending more and more money on their children.
I think I had to say “higher birth rate” instead of “larger birth rate.”
I think I should have said “higher birth rate” instead of “larger birth rate.”
Anyway, it is a consolation that it didn’t happen when you were away from home!
That’s very true!
That’s it for today. Please feel free to write comments on anything that interests you this week, and I will do a new entry on Monday.
By the way, we are having the 地鎮祭 for the new house on Saturday, and if everything goes okay with the bank, the building will start next week.
Hope you are all having a great week and not suffering too much in the heat.