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At around 11:25 am on July 22, a remote-controlled unmanned airship (18 meters in length, 3.6 meters in diameter at the widest point) made a crash landing on top of a four-story parking structure in Kumamoto City. The bow of the airship crashed into a grove of trees next to the building and got dented. Fortunately, however, there was no injuries or damage to any vehicles.

 

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At around 11:25 am on July 22, a remote-controlled unmanned airship (18 meters in length, 3.6 meters in diameter at the widest point) made a crash landing on top of a four-story parking structure in Kumamoto City. The bow of the airship crashed into a grove of trees next to the building and got dented. Fortunately, however, there was were no injuries or damage to any vehicles.

 

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At around 11:25 am on July 22, a remote-controlled unmanned airship (18 meters in length, 3.6 meters in diameter at the widest point) made a crash landing on top of a four-story parking structure in Kumamoto City. The bow of the airship crashed into a grove of trees next to the building and got dented. Fortunately, however, there were no injuries or damage to any vehicles.

 

 

“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚P‚PiBURU, 9 April 16j

 

A remote controlled unmanned airship made a crash landed at the roof of a fourth stories car park at Kumamoto City. (18m long, 3.6m maximum diameter) The head of airship crashed into woods next the car park building but there were no injured person and damaged vehicles.

 

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A remote controlled unmanned airship (18-meter long and 3.6-meter in diameter) made a crash landeding on at the roof of a fourth stories car park at in Kumamoto City. (18m long, 3.6m maximum diameter) The head of airship crashed into the woods next the car park building but there were no injured person or and damaged vehicles.

 

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A remote controlled unmanned airship (18-meter long and 3.6-meter in diameter) made a crash landing on the roof of a four stories car park in Kumamoto City. The head of airship crashed into the woods next the car park building but there were no injured person or  damaged vehicles.

 

 

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An unmanned airship remote controlled (total length 18m, maximum diameter 3. 6m) crash-landed on the roof of 4th floor of a parking building in Kumamoto City at about 11:25 a.m. on July 22. The airship stuck its head into a grove next to the parking and dent. The accident leave no injured person and no damage of a car.

 

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An unmanned airship, that1 was remotely controlled (the total length 18mmeters,the  maximum diameter 3. 6m meters), crash-landed on the roof of the 4th floor of a parking building in Kumamoto City at about 11:25 a.m. on July 22. The airship stuck its head into a grove next to the parking building and got its head dented. The accident left leave no injured person injured and no car damaged of a car.

 

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An unmanned airship, that was remotely controlled (the total length 18meters,the  maximum diameter 3. 6 meters), crash-landed on the roof of the 4th floor of a parking building in Kumamoto City at about 11:25 a.m. on July 22. The airship stuck its head into a grove next to the parking building and got its head dented. The accident left no person injured and no car damaged.

 

 

“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚Xi‚©‚¢A18 April 11j

 

Around 11:25 am on July 22, the 18 meters in length and 3.6 meter in the greatest diameter unmanned airship controlled by a remote control had made an emergency landing on the roof over the fourth floor of the multistory car park in Kumamoto City. The ship plunged into the woods next to the parking lot and the bow of the ship was dented, but there were no damages relevant to injured persons and cars.

 

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Around 11:25 am on July 22, the an unmanned airship (18 meters in length and 3.6 meters in at the greatest diameter) unmanned airship controlled by a remote control had made an emergency landing on the roof over the fourth floor of the a multistory car park in Kumamoto City. The head of the airship plunged into the woods next to the parking lot and the bow of the ship was dented, but there were injuries to persons1 and no damages to the cars in the parking lot and around relevant to injured persons and cars.

 

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Around 11:25 am on July 22, an unmanned airship (18 meters in length and 3.6 meters at the greatest diameter) controlled by a remote control made an emergency landing on the roof over the fourth floor of a multistory car park in Kumamoto City. The head of the airship plunged into the woods next to the parking lot and the bow of the ship was dented, but there were injuries to persons and no damages to the cars in the parking lot and around.

 

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A remote-control unmanned airship (18 meters in length and 3.6 meters in diameter) crush-landed the top floor of four-storied parking lot in Kumamoto City around 11:25 on the morning of July 22. The ship was plunged into the neighboring bush and got a dent around its nose, but no one was injured or no car was damaged.

 

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A remote-control unmanned airship (18 meters in length and 3.6 meters in diameter) crush-landed on the top floor of four-storied parking building lot in Kumamoto City around 11:25 am on the morning of July 22. The airship was plunged into the neighboring bush and got a dent on around its nose, but no one was injured and or no car was damaged.

 

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A remote-control unmanned airship (18 meters in length and 3.6 meters in diameter) crush-landed on the top floor of four-storied parking building  in Kumamoto City around 11:25 am on the morning of July 22. The airship plunged into the neighboring bush and got a dent on its nose, but no one was injured and no car was damaged.

 

 

“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚Vidunkel, 8 March 09j

 

At 11:25 a.m. on July 22, a remote-controlled unmanned spacecraft with a 18-meter long and a maximum diameter of 3.6 meters made an emergency landing on the top of the four-storied car parking tower in Kumamoto City. No one got hurt and no car got damaged even though the nose of the spacecraft run into the forest next to the parking tower and got dented.

 

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At 11:25 a.m. on July 22, a remote-controlled unmanned spacecraft airship that was with a 18-meter long and had a maximum diameter of 3.6 meters1 made an emergency landing on the top of the a four-storied car parking tower in Kumamoto City. No one got hurt and no car got damaged even though the nose of the spacecraft airship run into the forest next to the parking tower and got dented.

 

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At 11:25 a.m. on July 22, a remote-controlled unmanned airship that was 18-meter long and had a maximum diameter of 3.6 meters made an emergency landing on the top of a four-storied car parking tower in Kumamoto City. No one got hurt and no car got damaged even though the nose of the airship run into the forest next to the parking tower and got dented.

 

 

“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚Uikk, 15 Aug 08j

 

Around 11:25 am on July 22, a remote-controlled unmanned airship (18 meters in overall length and 3.6 meters in the maximum diameter) made an emergency landing on a rooftop of a four-story parking tower in Kumamoto City. The head part of the airship plunged into a bush next to the parking tower and got dented. There was no injury to people and no damage to cars.

 

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Around 11:25 am on July 22, a remote-controlled unmanned airship (18 meters in overall length and 3.6 meters in the maximum diameter) made an emergency landing on a the rooftop of a four-story parking tower in Kumamoto City. The head part of the airship plunged into a bush next to the parking tower and got dented. There was no injury to people and or no damage to cars.

 

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Around 11:25 am on July 22, a remote-controlled unmanned airship (18 meters in overall length and 3.6 meters in the maximum diameter) made an emergency landing on the rooftop of a four-story parking tower in Kumamoto City. The head part of the airship plunged into a bush next to the parking tower and got dented. There was no injury to people or no damage to cars.

 

 

“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚TiŽU•àlA8 August 07j

 

At about 11:25 am on July 22nd, an unmanned blimp (18 meter in length, 3.6 meter in the maximum diameter ) operated by the remote controller ditched at a roof of a four story parking building. The head of the blimp plunged into the grove beside the parking area and was dented on. There are, however, no damage to people and vehicles.

 

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At about 11:25 am on July 22nd, an unmanned blimp (18 meters in length, 3.6 meters in the maximum diameter ) operated by the a remote controller ditched1 at into the a roof of a four- story parking building. The head of the blimp plunged into the a grove beside the parking area and was dented on. There are was, however, no damage to people or and vehicles.

 

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At about 11:25 am on July 22nd, an unmanned blimp (18 meters in length, 3.6 meters in the maximum diameter) operated by a remote controller ditched into the roof of a four- story parking building. The head of the blimp plunged into a grove beside the parking area and was dented. There was, however, no damage to people or vehicles.

 

 

“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚SiŠâ‚¿‚á‚ñA8 August 07j

 

Around 11:25 a.m. in July 22, an unmanned airship by remote control made an emergency landing on the parking area on the roof of a four-story parking structure in Kumamoto City. The airship was 18 meters in length and 3.6 meters in max diameter. It plunged its nose into woods next to the parking area and had got a dent. But, nobody was injured and no car received damage in the accident.

 

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Around 11:25 a.m. in on July 22, an remotely-controlled unmanned airship by remote control made an emergency landing on the parking area on the roof of a four-story parking structure building in Kumamoto City. The airship was 18 meters in length and 3.6 meters in the maximum diameter. It plunged its nose into woods next to the parking area and had got a dent was dented1. But Fortunately2, nobody was injured and no car received damage in the accident.

 

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Around 11:25 a.m. on July 22, a remotely-controlled unmanned airship made an emergency landing on the parking area on the roof of a four-story parking building in Kumamoto City. The airship was 18 meters in length and 3.6 meters in the maximum diameter. It plunged its nose into woods next to the parking area and was dented. Fortunately, nobody was injured and no car received damage in the accident.

 

 

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Around 11:25 am on July 22, remote-controlling unmanned airship (length 18m, max dia 3.6m) made an emergent landing on the roof of a fourth- floor parking building in Kumamoto City. A head of the airship plunged into the wood next to the parking with a dent but neither one nor car was damaged.   

 

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Around 11:25 am on July 22, a remotely-controllinged unmanned airship (length 18 meters in length and, the maximum diameter of 3.6 meters1) made an emergentcy landing on the roof of a four-story fourth- floor parking building in Kumamoto City. A The head of the airship plunged into the woods next to the parking building and with a was dented2, but neither one people were hurt3 nor cars were was damaged.   

 

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Around 11:25 am on July 22, a remotely-controlled unmanned airship (18 meters in length and the maximum diameter of 3.6 meters) made an emergency landing on the roof of a four-story parking building in Kumamoto City. The head of the airship plunged into the woods next to the parking building and was dented, but neither people were hurt nor cars were damaged.   

 

 

“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚Qiƒ}ƒEƒ“ƒg‚U‚OA16 February 05j

 

At around 11:25 a.m. on July 22, an unmanned remote-controlled airship (18 meters long, a maximum diameter of 3.6 meters) made a forced landing on the rooftop of a four-story parking building in Kumamoto City. The bow of the airship was dented when the airship plunged into a bush next to a parking lot. Luckily, there were no injuries or damaged cars.

 

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At around 11:25 a.m. on July 22, an unmanned remote-controlled airship (18- meters long , with a maximum diameter of 3.6 meters) made a forced landing on the rooftop of a four-story parking building in Kumamoto City1. The bow of the airship was dented when the airship plunged into a bush next to a the parking lot. Luckily, there were was no one injured ies or car damaged cars.

 

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At around 11:25 a.m. on July 22, an unmanned remote-controlled airship (18-meters long with a maximum diameter of 3.6 meters) made a forced landing on the rooftop of a four-story parking building in Kumamoto City. The bow of the airship was dented when the airship plunged into a bush next to the parking lot. Luckily, there was no one injured or car damaged.

 

 

“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚PiƒsƒbƒRƒA14 August 04j

 

At around 11:25 a.m. on July 22, an unmanned airship(18 m in total length and 3.6m in maximum diameter) was crashed on the fourth-floor-roof of the parking building in Kumamoto city. Although the head of it plunged into wood next to the parking lot and dented, the accident didnft cause anybody to injure nor car damaged.

 

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At around 11:25 a.m. on July 22, an unmanned airship (18 m meters1 in total length and 3.6mmeters in maximum diameter) was crashed made an emergency landing2 on the fourth-floor-roof of the a parking building in Kumamoto cCity. Although the head of it the airship3 plunged into a forest4 wood next to the parking lot and got dented, the accident didnft did not5 cause anybody to injured nor any car damaged.

 

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At around 11:25 a.m. on July 22, an unmanned airship (18 meters in total length and 3.6meters in maximum diameter) made an emergency landing on the fourth-floor-roof of a parking building in Kumamoto City. Although the head of the airship plunged into a forest next to the parking lot and got dented, the accident did not cause anybody injured nor any car damaged.

 

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A remote- controlled unmanned airship( 18 meter long, 3,6meter in diameter) made an emergency landing on the roof of four-storied car park in Kumamoto city about 11:25a.m. on July 22th. The nose of the airship dived into the wood next to the car park and dented. Luckily nobody was injured or no car was damaged.

 

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A remote- controlled unmanned airship ( 18 meter long, and 3,.6 meter in diameter wide1) made an emergency landing on the roof of a four-storied story car park parking building2 in Kumamoto city City about 11:25 a.m. on July 22th twenty-second. The nose of the airship dived3 into the wooded area next to the car park parking building and got dented. Luckily nobody was injured or no car was damaged.

 

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A remote- controlled unmanned airship (18 meter long and 3.6 meter wide) made an emergency landing on the roof of a four-story parking building in Kumamoto City about 11:25 a.m. on July  twenty-second. The nose of the airship dived into the wooded area next to the parking building and got dented. Luckily nobody was injured or no car was damaged.

 

 

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On July 21st, a high-pressure system in the Pacific Ocean continued to cover the Japanese archipelago. Also, the sweltering heat, which was recorded at over 35 degrees Celsius, continued primarily in the Kanto-Koshin and Tokai regions. Notably, shortly after 1:00 p.m., the temperature in Kofu reached 40.4 degrees Celsius, the second highest temperature ever recorded by any of the meteorological observatories and local meteorological stations in Japan.@Incidentally, the record-high temperature to date was 40.8 degrees Celsius, recorded in Yamagata Prefecture in 1933.

 

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On July 21st, a high-pressure system in the Pacific Ocean continued to cover the Japanese archipelago. Also, the sweltering heat, which was recorded at over 35 degrees Celsius, continued primarily in the Kanto-Koshin and Tokai regions. Notably, shortly after 1:00 p.m., the temperature in Kofu reached 40.4 degrees Celsius, the second highest temperature ever recorded by any of the meteorological observatories and local meteorological stations in Japan.@Incidentally, the record-high temperature to date was 40.8 degrees Celsius, recorded in Yamagata Prefecture in 1933.

 

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A strong Pacific anticyclone was covered in Japan on July 21 again. The days over 35 degree Celsius have been continued at the central Japan specially Kanto-Koshinetsu area and Tokai area. The peak temperature was recorded 40..4 degree Celsius in Kofu City after 1 p.m.@yesterday . This record was the second highest temperature in the history of the nationwide metrological observatory. For comparison, the highest temperature was 40.8 degree Celsius recorded in Yamagata Prefecture in 1993.

 

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A strong Pacific anticyclone high pressure was covered in Japan on July 21 again1. The days with the highest temperature of over 35 degrees Celsius have been continued at the central Japan specially in the Kanto-Koshinetsu, area and Tokai area. The peak temperature was recorded at 40..4 degrees Celsius in Kofu City at about after 1 p.m.@yesterday . This record was the second highest temperature in the history of the national nationwide metrological observatoriesy2. For comparison, tThe highest temperature was 40.8 degrees Celsius recorded in Yamagata City3 Prefecture in 1993.

 

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A strong Pacific high pressure covered Japan on July 21 again. The days with the highest temperature of over 35 degrees Celsius continued at the central Japan specially in the Kanto-Koshinetsu, and Tokai area. The peak temperature was recorded at 40.4 degrees Celsius in Kofu City at about 1 p.m. yesterday. This was the second highest temperature in the history of national metrological observatories. The highest temperature was 40.8 degrees Celsius recorded in Yamagata City in 1993.

 

 

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The Japanese archipelago had been covered by a strong Pacific high pressure on also July 21. So it had been hot over 35 degree Celsius around Kanto-Koshin and Tokai area. At Kofu City, it recorded 40.4 degree Celsius at past 1:00 p.m., the second highest temperature in entire meteorological observatories and weather station in Japan. The highest temperature is 40.8 degree Celsius, which has recorded at Yamagata City on 1983.

 

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The Japanese archipelago was1 had been covered by a strong Pacific high pressure on also July 21 also. So the highest temperature2 of the day stayed it had been hot over 35 degree Celsius around in the Kanto-Koshin and Tokai area. At Kofu City, it recorded 40.4 degree Celsius at past 1:00 p.m., the second highest temperature ever observed in the entire meteorological observatories and weather stations in Japan. The highest temperature was is 40.8 degree Celsius, which was has recorded at Yamagata City in on 1983.

 

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The Japanese archipelago was covered by a strong Pacific high pressure on July 21 also. So the highest temperature of the day stayed over 35 degree Celsius in the Kanto-Koshin and Tokai area. At Kofu City, it recorded 40.4 degree Celsius at past 1:00 p.m., the second highest temperature ever observed in the entire meteorological observatories and weather stations in Japan. The highest temperature was 40.8 degree Celsius, which was recorded at Yamagata City in 1983.

 

 

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The Japanese archipelago was covered with a strong high-pressure system in the Pacific Ocean on July 22 too, therefore, an extreme heat that was over 35 degrees Celsius lasted particularly in and around the Kanto, Koshinetsu and Tokai districts. The temperature in Kofu City recorded 40.4 degrees Celsius after 1:00 p.m. and became the second hottest temperature of all daily maximum temperatures observed by meteorological observatories and weather stations all over the country. The hottest record is 40.8 degrees Celsius observed in Yamagata Prefecture in 1933.

 

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The Japanese archipelago was covered with a strong high-pressure system in the Pacific Ocean on July 22 too again and , therefore, an extreme temperatures of heat that was over 35 degrees Celsius lasted particularly another day1 in and around the Kanto , Koshinetsu and Tokai districts. The temperature in Kofu City recorded 40.4 degrees Celsius after at about 1:00 p.m. and became the second hottest temperature of all daily maximum temperatures observed by meteorological observatories and weather stations all over the country. The hottest record is was 40.8 degrees Celsius observed in Yamagata Prefecture in 1933.

 

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The Japanese archipelago was covered with a strong high-pressure system in the Pacific Ocean on July 22 again and temperatures of over 35 degrees Celsius lasted another day in and around the Kanto, Koshinetsu and Tokai districts. The temperature in Kofu City recorded 40.4 degrees Celsius at about 1:00 p.m. and became the second hottest temperature of all daily maximum temperatures observed by meteorological observatories and weather stations all over the country. The hottest record was 40.8 degrees Celsius observed in Yamagata Prefecture in 1933.

 

 

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A high atmospheric pressure from the Pacific Ocean continued overlying the Japanese archipelago on July 21, pushing temperatures to an over 35 degrees Celsius here and there in the Kanto, Koshin and Tokai districts. A temperature went up to whopping 40.4 degrees Celsius at shortly after 1:00 p.m. in Kofu City, becoming the second highest ever recorded at meteorological observatories across the country. The highest temperature ever recorded was 40.8 degrees Celsius recorded at Yamagata City in 1933.

 

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A high atmospheric pressure from the Pacific Ocean continued overlying covering the Japanese archipelago on July 21, pushing the temperatures1 to an over 35 degrees Celsius here and there in the Kanto, Koshin and Tokai districts. The A temperature went up to whopping 40.4 degrees Celsius at shortly after 1:00 p.m. in Kofu City, reaching becoming the second highest ever recorded at meteorological observatories across the country. The highest temperature ever recorded was 40.8 degrees Celsius recorded at in Yamagata City in 1933.

 

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A high atmospheric pressure from the Pacific Ocean continued covering the Japanese archipelago on July 21, pushing the temperature to over 35 degrees Celsius here and there in the Kanto, Koshin and Tokai districts. The temperature went up to whopping 40.4 degrees Celsius at shortly after 1:00 p.m. in Kofu City, reaching the second highest ever recorded at meteorological observatories across the country. The highest temperature ever recorded was 40.8 degrees Celsius in Yamagata City in 1933.

 

 

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On July 21, strong Pacific anticyclone still covered Japanese islands. The temperature in Kanto-Koshin region and Tokai region continued to exceed 35 degrees Celsius. In Kofu City the temperature reached 40.4 degrees Celsius which is the second highest one since meteorological observatories and weather stations had started their observation. The highest temperature was observed in Yamagata City with 40.8 degrees Celsius in 1933.

 

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On July 21, a strong Pacific anticyclone still covered the Japanese Archipelago islands. The highest temperature of the day in the Kanto-Koshin region and Tokai region continued to exceed 35 degrees Celsius. In Kofu City, the temperature reached 40.4 degrees Celsius which is was the second highest one since meteorological observatories and weather stations had started their observations. The highest temperature ever, 40.8 degrees Celsius, was observed in Yamagata City with 40.8 degrees Celsius in 1933.

 

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On July 21, a strong Pacific anticyclone still covered the Japanese Archipelago. The highest temperature of the day in the Kanto-Koshin region and Tokai region continued to exceed 35 degrees Celsius. In Kofu City, the temperature reached 40.4 degrees Celsius which was the second highest since meteorological observatories and weather stations had started their observations. The highest temperature ever, 40.8 degrees Celsius, was observed in Yamagata City in 1933.

 

 

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A strong Pacific anticyclone still covered the Japanese Archipelago on July 21 and brought extremely hot weather of the temperature over 35 degree Celsius continuously around the Kanto-Koshin and the Tokai regions. In Kofu region, the highest temperature of 40.4 degrees Celsius was recorded past 1:00 pm in the afternoon, which was the second highest temperature ever recorded by the nationwide meteorological observatories and weather stations. The highest temperature ever was 40.8 degrees Celsius recorded in Yamagata region in 1933.

 

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A strong Pacific anticyclone still covered the Japanese Archipelago on July 21 and brought extremely hot weather of the temperature over 35 degree Celsius still continuing continuously around in the Kanto-Koshin and the Tokai regions1. In the Kofu region, the highest temperature of 40.4 degrees Celsius was recorded at2 past 1:00 pm in the afternoon, which was the second highest temperature ever recorded by the nationwide meteorological observatories and weather stations. The highest temperature ever was 40.8 degrees Celsius recorded in the Yamagata region in 1933.

 

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A strong Pacific anticyclone still covered the Japanese Archipelago on July 21 and brought extremely hot weather of the temperature over 35 degree Celsius still continuing in the Kanto-Koshin and the Tokai region. In the Kofu region, the highest temperature of 40.4 degrees Celsius was recorded at 1:00 pm, which was the second highest temperature ever recorded by the nationwide meteorological observatories and weather stations. The highest temperature ever was 40.8 degrees Celsius recorded in the Yamagata region in 1933.

 

 

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High atmospheric pressure from the continent, which was over Japan islands on July 21st, made Japanese islands continue to be over 35 degree in temperature around the Kantokoshin and the Tokai districts. 40.8 degree in temperature was recorded in Kofu city around 1:00 pm. The temperature was the second highest in the observations by observatories and meteorological stations in Japan. The highest temperature is 40.8 degree, which was observed at the Yamagata city.

 

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A strong Hhigh atmospheric pressure area from the continent, which was over covered the  Japanese iIslands on July 21st and kept the temperature, made Japanese islands continue to be at over 35 degrees Celsius in temperature around  in the Kantokoshin and the Tokai districts2. The temperature of 40.84 degrees Celsius3 in temperature was recorded in Kofu cCity around 1:00 pm. The This temperature was the second highest on record observed by in the observations by observatories and meteorological observatories and stations in Japan. The highest temperature is was 40.8 degrees Celsius1, which was observed at the Yamagata cCity.

 

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A strong high pressure area from the continent covered the Japanese Islands on July 21st and kept the temperature at over 35 degrees Celsius in the Kantokoshin and Tokai district. The temperature of 40.4 degrees Celsius was recorded in Kofu City around 1:00 pm. This  was the second highest on record observed by meteorological observatories and stations in Japan. The highest temperature was 40.8 degrees Celsius observed at Yamagata City.

 

 

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Japanese islands were covered with strong high pressure system in the Pacific Ocean on July 21. Extreme hot days over 35 degrees continued around Kanto-koshinetsu and Tokai district. Shortly after one o'clock in the afternoon, the temperature of 40.4 degrees was recorded in Kofu City. This took second place in the highest temperature  weather stations throughout country had observed. The top temperature was 40.8 degrees that had been observed in Yamagata in 1933.

 

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The Japanese iIslands1 were covered with a strong high pressure system in the Pacific Ocean on July 21. Extremely hot days of over 35 degrees Celsius continued around in the Kanto-koshinetsu and Tokai district. Shortly after one o'clock in the afternoon, the temperature of 40.4 degrees was recorded in Kofu City. This took was the second place in the highest temperature in history2 since weather stations started recording temperatures throughout country had observed. The top highest temperature was 40.8 degrees Celsius that had been observed recorded in Yamagata in 1933.

 

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The Japanese Islands were covered with a strong high pressure system in the Pacific Ocean on July 21. Extremely hot days of over 35 degrees Celsius continued in the Kanto-koshinetsu and Tokai district. Shortly after one o'clock in the afternoon, the temperature of 40.4 degrees was recorded in Kofu City. This was the second highest temperature in history since weather stations started recording temperatures. The highest temperature was 40.8 degrees Celsius that had been recorded in Yamagata in 1933.

 

 

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Japan was covered a strong high pressure of the Pacific Ocean on July 21. Higher temperature more than 35 degree C was continued in the area of Kanto-Koshin and Tohkai district. It was recorded at 40.4 degree C around 13:00 in Kohfu . The second highest temperature was recorded among all the meteorological observatory and stations in Japan. The highest temperature record was 40.8 degree C in 1933 in Yamagara.  

 

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Japan was covered by a strong high pressure of from the Pacific Ocean on July 21. Higher The air temperature1 of more higher than 35 degrees C was continued in the area of Kanto-Koshin and Tohkai district. It Kofu City2 was recorded at 40.4 degrees C around 13:00 in Kohfu .This was Tthe second highest temperature was ever recorded among by all the meteorological observatory and stations in Japan. The highest temperature of 40.8 degrees C was recorded was 40.8 degree C in 1933 in Yamagara City in 1933.  

 

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Japan was covered by a strong high pressure from the Pacific Ocean on July 21. The air temperature of higher than 35 degrees C continued in the Kanto-Koshin and Tohkai district. Kofu City recorded 40.4 degrees C around 13:00. This was the second highest temperature ever recorded by all meteorological observatory and stations in Japan. The highest temperature of 40.8 degrees C was recorded in Yamagara City in 1933.  

 

 

 

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A powerful high atmospheric pressure in the Pacific Ocean continued to cover the Japanese archipelago on July 21, bringing heat waves of more than 35 degrees centigrade mainly to the Kanto, Koetsu and Tokai districts. Shortly after 1:00 p.m. in Kofu City, the temperature went up to 40.4 degrees, the second highest ever recorded in meteorological observatories and weather stations nationwide. The highest ever was 40.8 degrees recorded in Yamagata in 1933.

 

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A powerful high atmospheric pressure in the Pacific Ocean continued to cover the Japanese aArchipelago on July 21, bringing heat waves of more than 35 degrees centigrade Celsius mainly to the Kanto, Koetsu and Tokai districts1. Shortly after 1:00 p.m. in Kofu City, the temperature went up to 40.4 degrees in Kofu City, the second highest ever recorded in meteorological observatories and weather stations nationwide. The highest ever was 40.8 degrees recorded in Yamagata in 1933.

 

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A powerful high atmospheric pressure in the Pacific Ocean continued to cover the Japanese Archipelago on July 21, bringing heat waves of more than 35 degrees Celsius mainly to the Kanto, Koetsu and Tokai districts. Shortly after 1:00 p.m., the temperature went up to 40.4 degrees in Kofu City, the second highest ever recorded in meteorological observatories and weather stations nationwide. The highest ever was 40.8 degrees recorded in Yamagata in 1933.

 

 

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A Powerful Pacific high pressure covered Japanese archipelago again and the temperature hardly went below 35 degree in Kanto, Koshin and Tokai area on July 21. In Kofu city, the temperature recorded 40.4 degree shortly after 1:00p.m. This was the second highest record that has ever been recorded at meteorological observatories throughout Japan. The highest record is 40.8 degree observed in Yamagata in 1933.

 

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On July 21,Aa Powerful strong Pacific high pressure covered the Japanese aArchipelago  again and the temperature hardly went below daily highs1 reached above2 35 degrees Celsius3 in the Kanto, Koshin and Tokai area regions on July 21. In Kofu cCity, the temperature recorded 40.4 degrees Celsius shortly after 1:00 p.m. This was the second highest record that has had ever been recorded at meteorological observatories throughout Japan. The highest record is was4 40.8 degrees Celsius observed in Yamagata City in 1933.

 

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On July 21,a strong Pacific high pressure covered the Japanese archipelagoes again and  daily highs reached above 35 degrees Celsius in the Kanto, Koshin and Tokai regions . In Kofu City, the temperature recorded 40.4 degrees Celsius shortly after 1:00 p.m. This was the second highest record that had ever been recorded at meteorological observatories throughout Japan. The highest record was 40.8 degrees Celsius observed in Yamagata City in 1933.

 

 

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An earthquake resistance test in November of last year conducted by the TS Woodhouse Cooperative Association consisting of five lumber businesses in Tokushima Prefecture revealed that private residences which were made of Tokushima cedar with Japanese traditional construction methods were capable of enduring vibration of an earthquake with a seismic intensity of six or higher on the seven-point Japanese scale even after 70 years after construction. The test verified the characteristic features of the traditional architecture that it had low rigidity (hardness-wise), whereas it had high deformation performance (tenacity-wise).@@@

 

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An earthquake resistance test in November of last year conducted by the TS Woodhouse Cooperative Association consisting of five lumber businesses in Tokushima Prefecture revealed that residential houses private residences which were made of Tokushima cedar by with the Japanese traditional construction methods were capable of enduring vibration of an earthquake with a seismic intensity of six or higher on the seven-point Japanese scale even after 70 years of after construction. The test verified the characteristic features of the traditional architecture that it had low rigidity (hardness-wise), whereas it had but high deformation-resistance performance (tenacity-wise).@The Association was composed of five lumber businesses in Tokushima Prefecture1.@@

 

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An earthquake resistance test in November of last year conducted by the TS Woodhouse Cooperative Association revealed that residential houses made of Tokushima cedar by the Japanese traditional construction method were capable of enduring vibration of an earthquake with a seismic intensity of six or higher on the seven-point Japanese scale even after 70 years of construction. The test verified the characteristic features of the traditional architecture that it had low rigidity (hardness-wise) but high deformation-resistance performance (tenacity-wise).The Association was composed of five lumber businesses in Tokushima Prefecture.@@

 

 

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The TS Wooden house association, which was organized by the five companies related forest industry in Tokushima Prefecture, conducted the experiment for earthquake resistance to the private house last November. The report of the experiment showed that the house was still safe under the intensity 6 upper on Japanese earthquake scale. The house also was built by a traditional technique and used Japanese cedar called gTokushima Sugih It was also found that the traditional houses had had the original characteristic which was both the low stiffness (Hardness) and the high deformation performance (Viscosity) .

 

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The TS Wooden hHouse aAssociation, which was organized by the five companies related the forest industry in Tokushima Prefecture, conducted the experiment for earthquake resistance of to the a private house last November. The report of tThe experiment showed that the house build by a traditional technique by using the Japanese cedar called gTokushima sugih1 was still safe under the intensity of upper 6 upper on the Japanese earthquake scale. The house also was built by a traditional technique and used Japanese cedar called gTokushima Sugih It was also found that the traditional houses had had the original characteristic which was both the low stiffness (Hhardness) but and the high deformation-resistance performance (Vviscosity) .

 

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The TS Wooden House Association, which was organized by five companies related the forest industry in Tokushima Prefecture, conducted the experiment for earthquake resistance of a private house last November. The experiment showed that the house build by a traditional technique by using the Japanese cedar called gTokushima sugih was safe under the intensity of upper 6 on the Japanese earthquake scale. It was also found that the traditional house had low stiffness (hardness) but high deformation-resistance performance (viscosity) .

 

 

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TS Wood House cooperative union established by five forestry companies in Tokushima Prefecture examined the risk of collapse about houses November last year. The results showed that gTokushima Sugi(cedar)h houses built by traditional techniques could withstand shaking with a seismic intensity of six upper even though they were about 70 years old. The results also proved  their characteristics that the traditional houses had high deformation performance(tenacity) while they had low stiffness property (hardness)

 

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TS Wood House cCooperative union established by five forestry companies in Tokushima Prefecture examined the risk of collapse of about houses by an earthquake in November last year. The results showed that gTokushima Sugi(cedar)h houses built by traditional techniques could withstand an earthquake of shaking with a seismic intensity of six upper even though they were about 70 years old. The results also proved  their characteristics that the traditional houses had high resistance again deformation performance(tenacity) but while they had low stiffness property (hardness).

 

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TS Wood House Cooperative established by five forestry companies in Tokushima Prefecture examined the risk of collapse of houses by an earthquake in November last year. The results showed that gTokushima Sugi(cedar)h houses built by traditional techniques could withstand an earthquake of intensity of six upper even though they were about 70 years old. The results also proved that the traditional houses had high resistance again deformation (tenacity) but they had low stiffness (hardness).

 

 

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A Tokushima Cedar house built by the traditional technology could endure an earthquake with an intensity of over six, according to a result of a collapse experiment which proceeded by TS Wood House Cooperative on last November, which is formed by five forestry companies in Tokushima Prefecture. This report showed that a traditional house has low hardness. On the other hand, it has toughness.

 

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A Tokushima Cedar house built by the traditional technology could endure an earthquake with an the intensity of over six, according to a result of a collapse experiment which was conducted proceeded by TS Wood House Cooperative on last November, which was is formed by five forestry companies in Tokushima Prefecture. This experiment report showed that a traditional house had has low hardness but . On the other hand, it has high resistance to deformation toughness.

 

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A Tokushima Cedar house built by the traditional technology could endure an earthquake with the intensity of over six, according to a result of a collapse experiment which was conducted by TS Wood House Cooperative last November, which was formed by five forestry companies in Tokushima Prefecture. This experiment showed that a traditional house had low hardness but high resistance to deformation .

 

 

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The TS Wood House Cooperative Association composed by five companies in Tokushima Prefecture that have relation with forestry conducted an experiment in collapsing buildings last November. According to the experiment, a gTokushima-cedarh private house built by a traditional technology can withstand a temblor of an intensity 6 upper even if the house has been built for more than about 70 years. The experiment also proved characteristic features that a rigidity (stiffness) was weak , whereas a deformation performance (persistence) was strong in a traditional architecture.

 

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The TS Wood House Cooperative Association composed by of five companies in the forest products industry1 in Tokushima Prefecture that have relation with forestry conducted an experiment in of collapsing a house buildings last November. According to the experiment, a gTokushima-cedarh private house built by the a traditional technology can withstand an temblor earthquake of an intensity 6 upper even if the house was has been built for more than about 70 years ago. The experiment also proved the characteristic features of a traditional Japanese house that a rigidity (stiffness) was weak , whereas a the deformation performance (persistence) was strong. in a traditional architecture.

 

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The TS Wood House Cooperative Association composed of five companies in the forest products industry in Tokushima Prefecture conducted an experiment of collapsing a house  last November. According to the experiment, a gTokushima-cedarh house built by the  traditional technology can withstand an earthquake of intensity 6 upper even if the house was built more than 70 years ago. The experiment also proved the characteristic features of a traditional Japanese house that rigidity (stiffness) was weak whereas the deformation performance (persistence) was strong.

 

 

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A destructive test conducted by the TS Woodhouse Cooperative, a group of five forestry  firms in Tokushima Prefecture, in November last year showed that a 70 year-old house was able to withstand an earthquake in the upper 6 level on the Japanese earthquake scale. The house tested was a traditional wooden building made of Tokushima cedar. The test successfully demonstrated the characteristics of traditional Japanese houses that they were low in rigidity (hardness) but high in deformation performance (persistence).

 

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A destructiveon test conducted by the TS Woodhouse Cooperative, a group of five forestry products firms in Tokushima Prefecture, in November last year proved showed that a 70 year-old traditional Japanese house made of Tokushima cedar1 was able to withstand an earthquake in the upper 6 level on the Japanese earthquake scale. The house tested was a traditional wooden building made of Tokushima cedar. The test successfully demonstrated the characteristics of traditional Japanese houses that they were low in rigidity (hardness) but high in deformation performance (persistence).

 

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A destruction test conducted by the TS Woodhouse Cooperative, a group of five forestry products firms in Tokushima Prefecture, in November last year proved that a 70 year-old traditional Japanese house made of Tokushima cedar was able to withstand an earthquake in the upper 6 level on the Japanese earthquake scale. The test successfully demonstrated the characteristics of traditional Japanese houses that they were low in rigidity (hardness) but high in deformation performance (persistence).

 

 

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The TS Woodhouse Cooperative consisted of 5 forestry companies in Tokushima Prefecture had carried out an experiment of collapsing houses on November last year. The result showed us that a private house constructed by traditional technology with local ciders withstood vibration of intensity 6 upper even after 70 years. This experiment proved that traditional houses have a characteristic of weaker rigidity and stronger stickiness than modern houses.

 

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The TS Woodhouse Cooperative, composed consisted of 5 five forestry companies in Tokushima Prefecture, had carried out an experiment of collapsing houses on November last year. The results showed us that a detached1 private house constructed by the traditional method technology with the local ciders withstood the vibration of intensity of 6 upper six of an earthquake2 even after 70 years. This experiment has proved that traditional houses have a characteristic of weaker rigidity and stronger stickiness than modern houses.

 

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TS Woodhouse Cooperative, composed of five forestry companies in Tokushima Prefecture, had carried out an experiment of collapsing houses on November last year. The results showed us that a detached house constructed by the traditional method with the local cider withstood the vibration of intensity of upper six of an earthquake even after 70 years. This experiment has proved that traditional houses have a characteristic of weaker rigidity and stronger stickiness than modern houses.

 

 

 

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Traditional Japanese houses made of "Tokushima-cedar" built by conventional methods can endure the quake of the intensity of six upper even over 70 years after their construction. This finding has resulted from collapse experiments conducted last November by TS Wood House Cooperative of five forestry companies in Tokushima Prefecture. The results verified that the traditional architectures featured in less rigidity (hardness-wise) but more flexibility (tenacity-wise).

 

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Traditional Japanese houses made of "Tokushima-cedar" built by conventional methods‚P can endure the earthquakes2 of the intensity of six upper even over 70 years after their construction. This was found3 finding has resulted last November by a from collapse experiments conducted last November by TS Wood House Cooperative (a group of five forestry companies in Tokushima Prefecture). The finding4 results has verified the characteristics of that the traditional Japanese houses5 that architectures featured they have in less rigidity (hardness-wise) but more flexibility (tenacity-wise).

 

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Traditional Japanese houses made of "Tokushima-cedar" built can endure earthquakes of the intensity of six upper over 70 years after their construction. This was found last November by a collapse experiment conducted by TS Wood House Cooperative (a group of five forestry companies in Tokushima Prefecture). The finding has verified the characteristics of traditional Japanese houses that they have less rigidity (hardness-wise) but more flexibility (tenacity-wise).

 

 

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The collapse test executed last November by TS wood house association composed of five forest industry companies in the prefecture showed private hoses made of "Tokushima Sugi" with the traditional methods could be tolerable against intensity 6 if the house was built about 70 years ago. The result demonstrated the feature that the traditional architecture was not robust but flexible.

 

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The collapse test executed last November by TS wood house association composed of five forest industry companies in the prefecture showed private hoses made of "Tokushima Sugi" with the traditional methods could be tolerable against intensity 6 if the house was built about 70 years ago1. The result test also demonstrated the feature that the traditional Japanese house was weak in hardness but strong in deformation resistance architecture was not robust but flexible.

 

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TS Wood Co-op, a group of five lumber companies in Tokushima Prefecture, conducted a crash test of a traditional Japanese house that was build with Tokushima cedar. The test showed that the house could stand an earthquake with an intensity of six upper even 70 years after the house had been built. The test also demonstrated that the traditional Japanese house was weak in hardness but strong in deformation resistance .

 

 

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TS wood house cooperative union of five companies related to forest industry did an experiment on housing collapse last November. According to its results, a house of Tokushima cedar built with traditional skills withstood shaker with an intensity 6 upper even if it was 70 years since the house had been built. The experiment proved that traditional housings had a special quality. They has not high stiffness, but good flexibility.

 

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TS Wood House Cooperative of five companies related to lumber businesses conducted an experiment on the durability of a traditional Japanese house last November. According to its results, a house built with Tokushima cedar could withstand an earthquake with an intensity 6 upper even if it was 70 years since the house had been built. The experiment proved that the traditional Japanese house has special characteristics: It does not have high stiffness but has good flexibility.

 

 

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It was found that home houses built with gTokushima ciderh in traditional technique before 70 years old could stand the swing of the earthquake of grade 6 plus. It revealed by the result of the destruction test made by TS woodhouse corp consisting of five wood industry companies in the prefecture in last January

 

A traditional architecture proved that it has characteristics of low rigidness (solid) but high deformation (persistency).

 

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It was found that houses built with gTokushima ciderh by the traditional technique could stand the swings of an earthquake of the intensity 6 upper on the Japanese scale of 7 even seventy years after they had been built. This was revealed by a destruction test conducted last November by TS Woodhouse Co-op consisting of five wood industry companies in the prefecture .

 

A traditional house has proved that it has characteristics of low rigidity (solidness) but high deformation resistance ( resilience).

 

 

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Houses of "Tokushima cedar" built in accordance with traditional technology can withstand the intensity 6 upper on the Japanese scale of 7 even when they are about 70 years old.  This was revealed by the result of an experiment on the collapse of houses done last November by TS Wood House Cooperative Association which is comprised of 5 companies in the forestry industry in Tokushima Prefecture. This was a proof of such characteristics of traditional buildings as lacking in enough rigidity (solidness) but having a high degree of deformation quality (tenacity).

 

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Houses of  built with "Tokushima cedar" built in accordance with traditional technology can withstand the intensity 6 of upper  6 on the Japanese earthquake scale of 7 even when they are about 70 years old. This was revealed by the result of1 an experiment on of the collapse collapsibility2 of houses done last November by the TS Wood House Cooperative Association which is was comprised of 5 five companies in the forestry industry in Tokushima Prefecture. This was is a proof of such characteristics of that3 traditional buildings Japanese houses lack as lacking in enough rigidity (solidness) but having have a high degree of anti-deformation quality (tenacity).

 

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Houses built with "Tokushima cedar" in accordance with traditional technology can withstand the intensity of upper 6 on the Japanese earthquake scale of 7 even when they are about 70 years old. This was revealed by an experiment of the collapsibility of houses done last November by the TS Wood House Cooperative Association which was comprised of five companies in the forestry industry in Tokushima Prefecture. This is a proof that traditional Japanese houses lack rigidity (solidness) but have a high degree of anti-deformation quality (tenacity).

 

 

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TS Woodhouse cooperative association of five forestry related companies conducted a collapse experiment on the strength of wooden houses last November and found that a seventy-year old 'Tokushima' cedar house constructed with the traditional technology can withstand the jolt of intensity 6 on the Japanese scale of 7. This result verified that traditional architecture is less rigid but more resilient than modern architecture.

 

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On July 23, the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications summoned up Mr. Masayoshi Son, the president of Softbank BB (Internet Service Provider), in the wake of the revelation of a scandal that its phone conversation records for their Internet protocol phones had been copied and leaked. The Ministry handed him an administrative direction document that required the company to ensure thorough management of access to information related to customers.

 

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On July 23, the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications summoned up Mr. Masayoshi Son, the president of Softbank BB (Internet Service Provider), in the wake of the revelation of a scandal that its phone conversation records for their Internet protocol phones had been copied and leaked. The Ministry handed him an administrative direction document that required the company must to ensure thorough strict management of access to information related to customers.

 

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The ministry of home affair called Mr. Masayoshi Son, President Soft Bank BB which is internet provider, on July 23. The company was found the leakage of telephone records by IP Phone. The authority handed over the company a warming letter. It instructed the company to manage the date strictly.

 

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The mMinistry of hHome aAffairs called in Mr. Masayoshi Son, Ppresident of Soft Bank BB which is was an internet provider, on July 23. The company was found the leakage of telephone records by IP Phone. The authority and handed over the company a warming letter. It instructed the company to manage its the date strictly. The company was found to have leaked telephone records of its IP phone services.

 

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The Ministry of Home Affairs called in Mr. Masayoshi Son, president of Soft Bank BB which  was an internet provider, on July 23 and handed over a warming letter to manage its date strictly. The company was found to have leaked telephone records of its IP phone services.

 

 

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Ministry of Public Management, Home Affairs, Post and Telecommunications summoned SoftBank BB president Masayoshi Son, whose Internet provider company was revealed the leak of IP phone's calling record, and handed him an administrative guidance that the government required the completion of reasonable information management.

 

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The Ministry of Public Management, Home Affairs, Post and Telecommunications summoned SoftBank BB president, Mr. Masayoshi Son, whose Internet provider company was revealed to have the leaked of IP phone's calling records, and handed him an administrative guidance that the company was government required to implement strict the completion of reasonable information management1.

 

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“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚Xi‚©‚¢A22 April 11j

 

On July 23, the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications summoned Son Masayoshi , the president of Softbank BB, an Internet provider that had reaked telephone records of an IP telephone and handed over the document for the administrative direction calling for the company's ensuring a proper management of an information.

 

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On July 23, the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications summoned Mr.1 Son Masayoshi , the president of Softbank BB, an Internet provider that had reaked leaked telephone records of an its IP telephone services and handed over a the document for the administrative direction calling for the company's ensuring a proper management of an its information.

 

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On July 23, the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications summoned Mr. Son Masayoshi , the president of Softbank BB, an Internet provider that had leaked telephone records of its IP telephone services and handed over a document for the administrative direction calling for the company's ensuring proper management of its information.

 

 

 

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On July 23, the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications handed the written administrative guidance over to Son Masayoshi, the president of a leading internet service provider, Softbank BB, asking for the company thorough control of information. There had recently been a leakage of personal records of IP phone calls out of the company.

 

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On July 23, the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications called in Mr. Son Masayoshi1, president of Softtbank BB, a leading Internet service provider, to its office and gave him handed the written an administrative guidance in writing over to Son Masayoshi, the president of a leading internet service provider, Softbank BB, asking for telling the company to tighten the thorough control of its information. Recently, Tthere had recently been a leakage of personal records of IP phone calls out of the company.

 

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On July 23, Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications called for Mr. Masayoshi Son who is the president of Softbank BB which supplies internet-access services. The Ministry passed him the document of administrative direction for ordering them to complete information control because IP call logs they served were found out to be leaked from the company recently.

 

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On July 23, Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications called for in Mr. Masayoshi Son who is was the president of Softbank BB which was a provider of supplies internet-access services. The Ministry gave1 passed him a written the document of administrative direction to tighten the security for ordering them to complete information control. This was because IP call the logs of IP phones they services served were found out to have been leaked from the company recently.

 

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The Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications called in Mr. Masayoshi Son, president of the Softbank BB, and handed out the administrative document that asked for the thorough appropriate management of information on July 23. The Softbank BB is an Internet service provider which recently was brought to light for letting out the call logs on IP phone.

 

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On July 231, Tthe Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications called in Mr. Masayoshi Son, president of the Softbank BB, and handed out him a written order the administrative document that asked him to conduct for the thorough and appropriate management of information on July 23. The Softbank BB is an Internet service provider which was recently was brought to light for leaking letting out confidential information on the its call logs on of IP phone services.

 

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On July 23, the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications called in Mr. Masayoshi Son, president of Softbank BB, and handed him a written order that asked him to conduct  thorough and appropriate management of information. Softbank BB is an Internet service provider which was recently brought to light for leaking confidential information on its call logs of IP phone services.

 

 

“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚TiŽU•àlA21 August 07j

 

On July 23rd, Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications brought up Mr. Masayoshi Son, the president of the Soft bank BB which was an internet service provider, and handed to him an administrative direction which strongly requested the administration of information, because information leaks of IP telephone records were detected on the Soft bank BB.

 

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On July 23rd, the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications called in brought up Mr. Masayoshi Son, the2 president of the Soft bank BB, which was an internet service provider, and handed to him an administrative direction which strongly requested that the administration of information should be tightened1., This was because information leaks of IP telephone records were detected discovered at on the Soft bank BB.

 

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“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚SiŠâ‚¿‚á‚ñA10 August 07j

 

The Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications called Masayoshi Son, president of Softbank BB which is an Internet service provider on July 23 as the telephone records of IP phone had run off from the company. It gave him the administrative information which asked for appropriate management of information.

 

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The Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications called in Mr.1 Masayoshi Son, president of Softbank BB which is an Internet service provider on July 23 and warned him in writing that the company should strictly control the personal information of its customers2 because as the telephone records of its IP phone services had run been leaked off from the company. It gave him the administrative information which asked for appropriate management of information.

 

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The Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications called in Mr. Masayoshi Son, president of Softbank BB which is an Internet service provider on July 23 and warned him in writing that the company should strictly control the personal information of its customers because  the telephone records of its IP phone services had been leaked from the company.

 

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On July 23, the Ministry of General Affairs called a president Song Masayoshi of Softbank , an internet service provider which was found a drain of call records of IP telephone service and handed a document of administrative guidance requesting them for a thorough appropriate administration and control of information.

 

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On July 23, the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications1 General Affairs called a in president Song Masayoshi of Softbank, an internet service provider which was found guilty of leaking a drain of call records of its IP telephone service, and handed him a document of administrative guidance requesting them him to set up for a thorough and appropriate administrationve and information control procedures of information2.

 

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On July 23, the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications called in president Song Masayoshi of Softbank, an internet service provider which was found guilty of leaking call records of its IP telephone service, and handed him a document of administrative guidance requesting him to set up thorough and appropriate administrative and information control procedures.

 

 

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The Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications summoned on July 23 President Masayoshi Son of Softbank BB Corp., an Internet provider service company, and handed him documents on the administrative guidance which demanded that his company do everything possible to make sure the proper management of personal information. It had been found that there was a leakage of IP telephone records at the company.

 

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On July 23, Tthe Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications summoned on July 23 President Mr. Masayoshi Son, president of Softbank BB Corp., an Internet provider service company1, and handed gave him documents on the an administrative guidance2 in writing which demanded that his company should do everything possible to make sure that the proper management of personal information would be followed3. It had been recently found that there was a leakage of IP telephone records at from the company.

 

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On July 23, the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications summoned Mr. Masayoshi Son, president of Softbank BB Corp., an Internet provider service company, and gave him an administrative guidance in writing which demanded that his company should do everything possible to make sure that the proper management of personal information would be followed. It had been recently found that there was a leakage of IP telephone records from the company.

 

 

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The Ministry of Public Management, Home affairs, Post and Telecommunication summoned Masayoshi Son, the president of Soft Bank BB on July 23 and handed an administrative guideline calling for full enforcement of appropriate management of information. It was found out that the telephone records of IP phones had been leaked from the company.

 

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The Ministry of Public Management, Home aAffairs, Post and Telecommunication summoned Mr. Masayoshi Son1, the president of Soft Bank BB on July 23 and handed an administrative guideline calling for full enforcement of appropriate management of more stringent control of its customer2 information. It was found out that the telephone records of its IP phones service users2 had been leaked from the company.

 

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1.       l–¼‚É‚ÍMr. Mrs., Ms.‚È‚Ç‚ð‚‚¯‚é‚Ɛl–¼‚Å‚ ‚邱‚Æ‚ª‚Í‚Á‚«‚肵‚Ü‚·B

 

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The Ministry of Public Management, Home Affairs, Post and Telecommunication summoned Mr. Masayoshi Son, president of Soft Bank BB on July 23 and handed an administrative guideline calling for more stringent control of its customer information. It was found out that the telephone records of its IP phone service users had been leaked from the company.

 

 

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On July 23, Osaka Port Terminal, a joint public-private venture in Osaka City, announced that they had adulterated broccolis, which were imported from the United States into the Osaka Port, with cheaper broccolis from China, and had shipped them out as American broccoli between February and March in 2002.

 

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On July 23, Osaka Port Terminal, a joint public-private venture in Osaka City, announced that they had adulterated broccolis, which were imported from the United States into the Osaka Port, with cheaper broccolis from China, and had shipped them out as American broccoli between February and March in 2002.

 

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On July 23, Osaka Port Terminal, a joint public-private venture in Osaka City, announced that they had adulterated broccolis imported from the United States into the Osaka Port with cheaper broccolis from China, and had shipped them out as American broccoli between February and March in 2002.

 

 

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Osaka Futo Terminal, which is a joint-public venture company of Osaka City, revealed news on July 23. The U.S. produced broccolis, imported at the port of Osaka between February and March 2002, was mixed in the China produced broccolis. The Chine one was cheaper than the U.S. one.

 

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Osaka Futo Port1 Terminal, which is a joint- private and public venture company of Osaka City, revealed news on July 23 that .the The U.S. produced broccolis, imported from the United States at the port of Osaka between February and March 2002, was were mixed with the in the China produced broccolis. Imported from China. The Chinese one was cheaper than the U.S. one.

 

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Osaka Port Terminal, which is a joint private and public venture company of Osaka City, revealed on July 23 that the broccolis imported from the United States at the port of Osaka between February and March 2002 were mixed with the broccolis Imported from China. The Chinese one was cheaper than the U.S. one.

 

 

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Osaka Port Pier Terminal, which is a private finance initiative in Osaka City, announced on July 23 that they shipped broccolis imported to the Osaka Port from America from February to March on 2002 mixing Chinese broccolis cheaper rather than Americans.

 

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Osaka Port Pier Terminal, which is a private commercial finance initiative in Osaka City, announced on July 23 that they mixed broccolis from China into broccolis from the United States imported in February and March 2002 and sold1 them to the market as broccolis from the United States. The broccolis from China were cheaper than those from the United States shipped broccolis imported to the Osaka Port from America from February to March on 2002 mixing Chinese broccolis cheaper rather than Americans2.

 

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Osaka Port Pier Terminal, which is a private commercial initiative in Osaka City, announced on July 23 that they mixed broccolis from China into broccolis from the United States imported in February and March 2002 and sold them to the market as broccolis from the United States. The broccolis from China were cheaper than those from the United States.

 

 

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On July 23, the Osaka Port Terminal established by Osaka City and private enterprises in the form of joint public-private venture announced that American brocolis imported in Osaka Port from February to March 2002 had been mixed with Chinese brocolis less expensive than American and shipped.

 

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On July 23, the Osaka Port Terminal, which1 was established by Osaka City and private enterprises in the form of a joint public-private venture, announced that the American brocolisbroccolis imported from the United States2 into the Port of Osaka Port from February to March 2002 had been mixed with cheaper Chinese brocolisbroccolis from China when the Terminal sold them to wholesalers3 less expensive than American and shipped.

 

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On July 23, the Osaka Port Terminal, which was established by Osaka City and private enterprises in the form of a joint public-private venture, announced that the broccolis imported from the United States into the Port of Osaka from February to March 2002 had been mixed with cheaper broccolis from China when the Terminal sold them to wholesalers.

 

 

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The Osaka Port Terminal, a joint public-private venture in Osaka City, announced on July 23 that the company had blended cheaper broccoli from China into the broccoli imported from the US during the period from February through March in 2002 and shipped it with a label of the US-grown broccoli.

 

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The Osaka Port Terminal, a joint public-private venture company in Osaka City, announced on July 23 that the company had blended cheaper broccoli from China into the more expensive broccoli imported from the US during the period from February through March in 2002 and shipped it labeled with a label of the products of the United States1 US-grown broccoli.

 

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The Osaka Port Terminal, a joint public-private venture company in Osaka City, announced on July 23 that the company had blended cheaper broccoli from China into more expensive broccoli imported from the US during the period from February through March in 2002 and shipped it labeled products of the United States.

 

 

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On July 23, the Osaka Port Terminal which is the quasi-public corporation of Osaka City announced that imported broccoli made in the United States had been mixtured by cheaper broccoli made in China there illegally and shipped inland Japan from February to March in 2002.

 

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On July 23, the Osaka Port Terminal which is the a quasi-public corporation of Osaka City announced that imported the broccoli imported from made in the United States had been mixtured mixed with by the cheaper broccoli imported from made in China there illegally and shipped to various markets in inland Japan from February to March, in 2002.

 

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On July 23, the Osaka Port Terminal which is a quasi-public corporation of Osaka City announced that the broccoli imported from the United States had been mixed with the cheaper broccoli imported from China there illegally and shipped to various markets in  Japan from February to March, 2002.

 

 

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On July 23, the Osaka Port Terminal, a joint public-private venture in Osaka City, announced that they had mixed American broccoli which was imported into Osaka port with Chinese broccoli which was cheaper than American one and had shipped it in the disguise of American broccoli from February over March in 2002.

 

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On July 23, the Osaka Port Terminal, a joint public-private venture in Osaka City, announced that they had mixed American broccoli which was imported into Osaka port1 with cheaper2 Chinese broccoli which was cheaper than American one and had shipped it in the disguised as of American broccoli from February to over March in 2002.

 

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On July 23, the Osaka Port Terminal, a joint public-private venture in Osaka City, announced that they had mixed American broccoli with cheaper Chinese broccoli and had shipped it  disguised as American broccoli from February to March in 2002.

 

 

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The third-sector company in Osaka City, "Osaka Port Terminal " announced that it had mixed Chinese broccolis into American ones which were imported to Osaka Bay and shipped them between February and March in 2002.

 

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The A third-sector company in Osaka City, "Osaka Port Terminal, " announced that it had mixed cheap1 Chinese broccolis into with American ones which were was imported to the Port of Osaka Bay and shipped them it to customers2 between February and March in 2002.

 

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A third-sector company in Osaka City, "Osaka Port Terminal, " announced that it had mixed cheap Chinese broccoli with American one which was imported to the Port of Osaka and shipped it to customers between February and March in 2002.

 

 

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On July 23, Osaka third sector gOsaka Port terminalh announced that they had shipped American imported broccoli during the period from February to March 2002 by blending cheaper Chinese broccoli.

 

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On July 23, the Osaka Terminal Port, Osaka a third sector organization in Osaka1 gOsaka Port terminalh announced that they had shipped gAmerican imported broccolih by mixing broccoli imported from the United States with cheaper broccoli imported from China2 during the period from February to March 2002 by blending cheaper Chinese broccoli.

 

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1.       the Osaka Terminal Port, a third sector organization‚̂悤‚ɌŗL–¼ŽŒ‚ðÅ‰‚É‚µ‚ÄŽŸ‚É‚»‚Ìà–¾‚ð‰Á‚¦‚éA‚Æ‚¢‚¤•\Œ»•û–@‚ªˆê”Ê“I‚Å‚·B

 

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On July 23, the Osaka Terminal Port, a third sector organization in Osaka announced that they had shipped gAmerican broccolih by mixing broccoli imported from the United States with cheaper broccoli imported from China during the period from February to March 2002.

 

 

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"The Osaka Port Terminal Co. Ltd.," a joint public-private venture in Osaka City, announced on July 23 that it had shipped US-made broccoli imported and mixed purposely with cheaper broccoli from China during the period between February and March, 2002.

 

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"The Osaka Port Terminal Co. Ltd1.," a joint public-private venture in Osaka City, announced on July 23 that it had shipped mixed broccoli from China into more expensive broccoli imported from the US2 US-made broccoli imported and mixed purposely with cheaper broccoli from China during the period between February and March, 2002 and shipped them to retailers as American broccoli2.

 

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Osaka Port Terminal Co. Ltd., a joint public-private venture in Osaka City, announced on July 23 that it had mixed broccoli from China into more expensive broccoli imported from the US during the period between February and March, 2002 and shipped them to retailers as American broccoli.

 

 

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The third-sector corporation 'Osaka Port Wharf Terminal' of Osaka city announced on July 23 that it had mixed in Chinese grown broccolis in the shipment of U.S. grown broccolis that had been carried in Osaka port sometime from February to March in 2002. Chinese grown broccolis are less expensive than U.S. grown.

 

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Osaka Port Terminal1, a The third-sector corporation 'Osaka Port Wharf Terminal' of in Osaka cCity, announced on July 23 that it had mixed in Chinese- grown broccolis in with the shipment of U.S. grown broccolis in its shipment to wholesalers2 that had been carried in Osaka port sometime from between February to and March in 20023. Chinese grown broccolis are cheaper4  less expensive than U.S.- grown broccolis.

 

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Osaka Port Terminal, a third-sector corporation in Osaka City, announced on July 23 that it had mixed Chinese-grown broccolis with U.S. grown broccolis in its shipment to wholesalers between February and March in 2002. Chinese grown broccolis are cheaper than U.S.-grown broccolis.

 

 

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According to a National Police Agency survey released on July 22, the number of suicides across the country last year was 34,427, an increase by 2,284 (7.1 percent) over the previous year, marking the record high for the period since the statistics relating to suicides began to be recorded in 1978. Among them, the suicide committed because of "living problems and financial matters" such as debt, business slump or hard living conditions topped 8,000 for the first time, and reached 8.897, which broke the worst record established in the previous year.

 

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According to a National Police Agency survey released on July 22, the number of suicides across the country last year was 34,427, an increase by 2,284 (7.1 percent) over the previous year, marking the record high for the period since the statistics relating to suicides began to be recorded in 1978. Among them, the suicides committed because of "living problems and financial matters" such as debt, business slump or hard living conditions topped 8,000 for the first time, and reached 8.897, which broke the worst record established in the previous year.

 

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According to a National Police Agency survey released on July 22, the number of suicides across the country last year was 34,427, an increase by 2,284 (7.1 percent) over the previous year, marking the record high for the period since the statistics relating to suicides began to be recorded in 1978. Among them, the suicides committed because of "living problems and financial matters" such as debt, business slump or hard living conditions topped 8,000 for the first time, and reached 8.897, which broke the worst record established in the previous year.

 

 

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The number of suicides in last year increased 2,284 people (rose 7.1 percentages) compared with the previous year. The total number of suicides became 34,427 people. It was the highest number in the history. The number has started taking the statistic since 1978. It was aware of the announcement of the metropolitan police on July 22. Of this, the reason of suicide which was gthe finance or the daily life issuesh such as a debt, a business trouble or a hard living was over 8000 people. It was 8897 people. In addition, the number was renewed the worst recode of previous year.

 

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The number of suicides in the last year increased by 2,284 people (rose 7.1 percentages) from compared with the previous year. The total number of suicides became 34,427 people. It was the highest number in the history. since Tthe number of suicides began to be recorded has started taking the statistic since in 1978. It This was found aware of in the announcement by of the metropolitan police on July 22. Out of these suicides, Of this, the reason of suicides due to which was gthe financeical or the daily life problems issuesh such as a debts, a business troubles or a poverty hard living went was over 8000 people and reached. It was 8897 people. In addition, the This number was renewed the worst recoded of in the previous year.

 

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The number of suicides in the last year increased by 2,284 people ( 7.1 percent) from the previous year. The total number of suicides became 34,427 people. It was the highest  since the number of suicides began to be recorded in 1978. This was found in the announcement by the metropolitan police on July 22. Out of these suicides, the suicides due to financial or daily life problems such as debts, business troubles or poverty went over 8000 people and reached 8897 people. This number renewed the worst recode in the previous year.

 

 

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The number of suicides last year was 34427 over 8000 more 2284 rather than the year after and was most since 1978, when the record had been started, according to the National Police Agency's report on July 22. The number of suicides who seemed to be due to their economic and living problem first recorded 8897 over 8000 and reached the highest so far rather than last year.

 

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The number of suicides last year was 34,427. That was over 8000 more 2,284 more rather than the previous year (a 7.1 percent increase) after and was the most since 1978, when the record had been started, according to the National Police Agency's report released on July 22. The number of suicides who that seemed to be due to their economic and living problems was first recorded 8,897 and exceeded over 8,000 for the first time and was well over and reached the highest reached so far rather than last year.

 

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The number of suicides last year was 34,42. That was 2,284 more than the previous year (a 7.1 percent increase) and was the most since 1978 when the record started, according to the National Police Agency's report released on July 22. The number of suicides that seemed to be due to economic and living problems was 8,897 and exceeded 8,000 for the first time and was well over the highest reached last year.

 

 

“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚P‚OiOKEN, 29 March 12j

 

The National Police Agency has released the following survey results on July 22. The number of people who committed a suicide was 34,427 and 2,284(7.1%) more than last year. This is the largest number since they began working up statistics in 1978. Of these victims, the number of people who seemed to commit a suicide due to problems with gpersonal reasons and financial mattersh such as debts, business depression, hardships of life, was 8,897 and increased over 8,000. This number was more than last year, when it was the worst on

 

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The National Police Agency has released the following survey results on July 22. The number of people who committed a suicide last year1 was 34,427 and 2,284 (7.1%) more than the previous year last year. This was is the largest number of suicide since the National Police Agency2 they began collecting working up statistics in 1978. Of these victims, the number of people who seemed to have commit committed a suicide due to problems with of gpersonal reasons and financial mattersh such as debts, business depression, the hardships of life, was 8,897 and exceeded increased over 8,000. This number was more than the previous last year, when it was the worst in the past on

 

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The National Police Agency has released the following survey results on July 22. The number of people who committed suicide last year was 34,427 and 2,284 (7.1%) more than the previous year. This was the largest number of suicide since the National Police Agency  began collecting statistics in 1978. Of these victims, the number of people who seemed to have committed suicide due to problems of gpersonal reasons and financial mattersh such as debts, business depression, the hardship of life was 8,897 and exceeded 8,000. This was more than the previous year when it was the worst in the past

 

 

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On July 22, the National Police Agency has revealed that the number of suicides last year was 34,427 which have been an increase of 2,874(7.1%) over the previous year. The number was the largest since the survey started in 1978. Of them, those motivated by economic and livelihood matters such as debts, business slump and hardships of life were 8,897 which have been more than 8,000 for the first time. The number marked a new record worst surpassing the previous year's all-time worst.

 

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On July 22, the National Police Agency has revealed that the number of suicides last year was 34,427 which have was been an increase of 2,874 (7.1%) over the previous year. The number of suicides last year1 was the largest since the survey started in 1978. Of the suicides last year1, them, those motivated by economic and livelihood matters such as debts, business slumps and hardships of life were 8,897 and exceeded which have been more than 8,000 for the first time,. The number markeding a new record and worst surpassing the previous year's all-time worst.

 

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On July 22, the National Police Agency has revealed that the number of suicides last year was 34,427, which was an increase of 2,874 (7.1%) over the previous year. The number of suicides last year was the largest since the survey started in 1978. Of the suicides last year,  those motivated by economic and livelihood matters such as debts, business slumps and hardship of life were 8,897 and exceeded 8,000 for the first time, marking a new record and  surpassing the previous year's all-time worst.

 

 

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The National Police Agency has revealed the number of people committed suicide last year on July 22. The number increased by 2,284 (7.1%) to 34,427, the worst ever since the survey began in 1978. Of the suicides, those supposedly motivated by economic or financial problems like heavy debt, business depression and poverty numbered 8,897, far exceeding the threshold of 8,000 for the first time and renewing the worst record for the 2 years running.

 

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The National Police Agency has revealed the number of people committed suicide last year on July 22. The number increased by 2,284 (7.1%) to 34,427, the worst ever since the survey began in 1978. Of the suicides, those supposedly motivated by economic or financial problems like heavy debt, business depression and poverty numbered 8,897, far exceeding the threshold of 8,0001 for the first time and renewing the worst record for the last two 2 years running in a row2.

 

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The National Police Agency has revealed the number of people committed suicide last year on July 22. The number increased by 2,284 (7.1%) to 34,427, the worst ever since the survey began in 1978. Of the suicides, those supposedly motivated by economic or financial problems like heavy debt, business depression and poverty numbered 8,897, far exceeding the threshold of 8,000 for the first time and renewing the worst record for the last two years  in a row.

 

 

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On July 22, the National Police Agency announced that the number of suicide people reached 34,427 which was 2,284(7.1%) larger than last year. The number was the largest since 1978 when the National Police Agency had started the survey. Of this, more than 8,000 people committed suicide because of personal reasons and financial matters such as debt, slumping business and hardships of daily life. The number exceeded last year which had been the worst ever since.

 

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On July 22, the National Police Agency announced that the number of suicides people reached 34,427 which was 2,284(7.1%) larger than last year. The number was the largest since 1978 when the National Police Agency had started the survey. Of this the total number of suicides this year1, more than 8,000 people committed suicide because of personal reasons and financial matters such as debts, slumping business and hardships of the daily life. The number exceeded that of last year which had been the worst largest ever since.

 

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On July 22, the National Police Agency announced that the number of suicides reached 34,427 which was 2,284 (7.1%) larger than last year. The number was the largest since 1978 when the National Police Agency had started the survey. Of the total number of suicides this year, more than 8,000 people committed suicide because of personal reasons and financial matters such as debts, slumping business and hardship of the daily life. The number exceeded that of last year which had been the largest.

 

 

“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚Uikk, 20 August 08j

 

On July 22, the National Police Agency released the survey result in which the number of suicides for the last year has reached 34,427 adding 2,284 (7.1%) to the previous year's number and recorded the highest since 1978 when they started the survey. Among the total number, the number of people who committed suicide because of the economic and living matters such as liabilities, business slump, and destitution exceeds 8,000 and reached 8,897 for the first time and broke the worst record of the previous year.

 

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On July 22, the National Police Agency released the survey results of a survey of suicides‚P. in which tThe number of suicides for the last year has reached 34,427 adding 2,284 (7.1%) to the previous year's number and recorded the highest since 1978 when they started the survey started. Among the suicides total number, the number of people who committed suicide because of the economic problems and living matters such as debts liabilities, business slumps, and destitution exceedsed 8,000 and reached 8,897 for the first time and broke the worst record established2 in of the previous year.

 

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On July 22, the National Police Agency released the results of a survey of suicides. The number of suicides last year reached 34,427 adding 2,284 (7.1%) to the previous year's number and recorded the highest since 1978 when the survey started. Among the suicides, the number of people who committed suicide because of economic problems such as debts, business slumps, and destitution exceeded 8,000 and reached 8,897 for the first time and broke the worst record established in the previous year.

 

 

“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚TiŽU•àlA22 August 07j

 

The number of suicide victims last year increased by 2,284 (7.1%) to 34,427. The result showed the number was the most number since Tokyo Metropolitan Police Department started the survey in 1978, on July 22nd. The number of the suicide victims who had enough trouble with economic or living problems, for example, debts, business depression, or hard living problem, exceeded 8,000 and reached 8,897. The number marked a new record for the worst record of the number of the suicide victims who were established last year.

 

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The number of suicide victims last year increased by 2,284 (7.1%) from the previous year2 to reach 34,427. The result showed the numberThis was the largest most number of suicides since the National Police Agency3 Tokyo Metropolitan Police Department started the taking suicide statistics survey in 1978, on July 22nd. The number of the suicide victims who had enough trouble with economic or living problems, for example, debts, business depression slumps, or and personal finance hard living problem, exceeded 8,000 and reached 8,897. The This number marked a new record4 and exceed the previous record for the worst record of the number of the suicide victims who were established last year1.

 

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The number of suicide victims last year increased by 2,284 (7.1%) from the previous year to reach 34,427. This was the largest number of suicides since the National Police Agency  started taking suicide statistics in 1978. The number of the suicide victims who had enough trouble with economic problems, for example, debts, business slumps, and personal finance  exceeded 8,000 and reached 8,897. This marked a new record and exceed the previous record established last year.

 

 

“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚SiŠâ‚¿‚á‚ñA11 Aug 07j

 

The survey by the National Police Agency showed the following on July 22. According to its results, people who killed themselves last year were 2,284 more than the previous year and amounted to 34,427. The number of suicides were most since the police had begun recording these statistics in 1978 and was over 8,000 for the first time and amounted to 8,897. This number further renewed the previous year that had recorded the worst number in the past. Their most motivation was considered to be economic troubles such as debt, slump in business and hard living.

 

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The annual survey by the National Police Agency on suicide was released1 showed the following on July 22. According to its results, the number of people who committed suicide2 killed themselves last year was 34,4273 and were 2,284 more than the previous year and amounted to 34,427. This was the largest The number of suicides were most since the police had begun recording these statistics in 1978. Economic troubles such as big debts, business slump, and personal finance troubles were considered to be the largest number of factors for the suicides4. These factors accounted for and was over 8,897 cases, reaching above 8,000 for the first time. and amounted to 8,897. This number further also renewed the past record reached5 in the previous year that had recorded the worst number in the past. Their most motivation was considered to be economic troubles such as debt, slump in business and hard living.

 

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1.       The survey showed the following on July 22.‚Æ‚·‚é‚Æon July 22‚Æ‚¢‚¤‚Ì‚ª•¶‚Ì’†‚Å‚¬‚²‚¿‚È‚¢Š´‚¶‚Å‚·B“Yí‚̂悤‚ÉThe survey was released on July 22.‚Æ‚µ‚ÄAccording to its results, ~‚ÆŽŸ‚Ì•¶‚ð‚‚Ȃ°‚½•û‚ª‚í‚©‚è‚â‚·‚¢‚Å‚µ‚傤BThe survey—á‚Ì’²¸‚Æ‚ ‚é‚̂ŁAThe annual survey‚Æ‚µ‚Ü‚µ‚½B•¶–¬‚©‚ç”»’f‚·‚é‚Æ–ˆ”N‚Ì’²¸‚̂悤‚Å‚·B

 

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3.       æ‚¸‚͍ð”N‚ÌŽ©ŽEŽÒ‚Ì‘”‚ðq‚ׂĂ©‚ç‘O”N‚Æ‚Ì”äŠr‚ð‚µ‚Ü‚·B

 

4.       “ú–{•¶‚Í“ñ‚‚̓à—e‚ðŽ‚Á‚Ä‚¢‚Ü‚·BŽ©ŽEŽÒ‚Ì‘”‚ƍőå‚Ì“®‹@‚Å‚·BŽ©ŽE‚Ì“®‹@‚ɂ‚¢‚Ä‹Lq‚µ‚Ä‚©‚çA‚±‚ê‚ç‚Ì“®‹@‚É‚æ‚鎩ŽEŽÒ‚̐”‚ðq‚ׂé‚Æ‚í‚©‚è‚â‚·‚­‚È‚è‚Ü‚·B

 

5.       renewedXV‚µ‚½A‚Æ‚ ‚é‚Ì‚Årenewed the past record reached in the previous year‚ōð”N“ž’B‚µ‚½‰ß‹Ž‚̍őå‹L˜^‚ðXV‚µ‚½A‚Æ‚¢‚¤•\Œ»‚É‚È‚è‚Ü‚·B

 

“YíŒã‚Ì•¶Í

 

The annual survey by the National Police Agency on suicide was released on July 22. According to its results, the number of people who committed suicide last year was 34,427 and 2,284 more than the previous year. This was the largest number since the police had begun recording these statistics in 1978. Economic troubles such as big debts, business slump, and personal finance troubles were considered to be the largest number of factors for the suicides. These factors accounted for 8,897 cases, reaching above 8,000 for the first time. This number also renewed the past record reached in the previous year  .

 

 

“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚Rikappa2004, 7 April 07j

 

On July 2 the Police Agency summarized that the number of suicides last year increased to 34,427 by 2,284 (7.1%) from the previous year and it was the most since 1978 when the statistics started. Among them, the number of suicides deemed to have the motives of economy and life problems such as loan, bankrupt and life difficulty are 8,897 firstly exceeding 8,000 and it broke the worst record of the previous year.

 

“Yí

 

On July 2 the National Police Agency summarized announced1 that the number of suicides last year increased to 34,427 by 2,284 (7.1%) from 32,143 in the previous year, or by 2,284 (7.1%)2. and iIt3 was the largest number most since 1978 when the the National Policy Agency started taking statistics started4. Among them, the number of suicides that seemed deemed to have resulted from the motives of economy economic and life5 problems such as loan debts, bankrupt bankruptcies and poverty life difficulty were are 8,897, firstly exceeding 8,000 for the first time and it broke the worst record of the previous year.

 

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2.       A increased by 10 from 20 to 30. ‚Ü‚½‚ÍA increased from 20 to 30, or by 10.‚Æ‚¢‚¤Œ`‚ªŠî–{‚Å‚·B“ú–{•¶‚ɂ͏‘‚¢‚Ä‚ ‚è‚Ü‚¹‚ñ‚ªAfrom 32,143 to 34,427‚É‚È‚è‚Ü‚·B

 

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4.       u“Œv‚ðŽæ‚èŽn‚ß‚½‚P‚X‚V‚W”NˆÈ~v‚́uŒxŽ‹’¡‚ª“Œv‚ðŽæ‚èŽn‚ß‚½‚P‚X‚V‚W”NˆÈ~v‚Æ‚·‚é‚Æ‚í‚©‚è‚â‚·‚¢‚Å‚µ‚傤B

 

5.       to have economic motives‚·‚é‚ƁuŽ©ŽE‚ªŒoÏ“I‚È–Ú“I‚ðˆÓ}‚µ‚āv‚Æ‚È‚è‚Ü‚·B‚±‚¤‚¢‚¤ê‡‚à‚ ‚é‚Å‚µ‚傤‚ªAˆê”Ê“I‚É‚Íto have resulted from economic problems uŒoÏ“I‚È–â‘肪Œ´ˆö‚Æ‚È‚Á‚āv‚ª‚æ‚¢‚Å‚µ‚傤Bu¶Šˆ‹êv‚Í‚±‚±‚ł́u¶Šˆ‚ª‹ê‚µ‚¢A•n‹‡v‚Å‚æ‚¢‚Å‚µ‚傤B

 

“YíŒã‚Ì•¶Í

 

On July 2 the National Police Agency announced that the number of suicides last year increased to 34,427 from 32,143 in the previous year, or by 2,284 (7.1%). It was the largest number since 1978 when the National Policy Agency started taking statistics. Among them, the number of suicides that seemed to have resulted from economic problems such as  debts, bankruptcies and poverty were 8,89, exceeding 8,000 for the first time and broke the worst record of the previous year.

 

 

“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚Qiƒ}ƒEƒ“ƒg‚U‚OA15 March 05j

 

On July 22, a report conducted by the National Police Agency revealed that the number of people who committed suicide last year was 34,427, an increase of 2,284 (7.1%) over the previous year and the worst ever since the statistics were first collected in 1978. The number of people who had "economic and life problems" such as debts, business slump or the hardships of life as their motives for suicide reached 8,897 to exceed 8,000 for the first time, setting a new record high of the previous year.

 

“Yí

 

On July 22, a report conducted by1 the National Police Agency revealed that the number of people who committed suicide last year was 34,427, an increase of 2,284 (7.1%) over the previous year and the worst ever since the Agency started collecting2 the statistics were first collected in 1978. The number of people who had "economic and life livelihood3 problems" such as debts, business slump or the hardships of life as their motives for suicide reached 8,897. to exceeding4 8,000 for the first time, and setting a new record high over the past record of in the previous year5.

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3.       life problems ‚Æ‚·‚é‚ÆŒ’N–â‘è‚Æ‚à‚Æ‚ê‚é‚Ì‚Ålivelihood problems‚É‚µ‚Ü‚µ‚½B

 

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5.       over the past record of the previous year‚Æ‚·‚é‚Æ“ú–{•¶‚Ì“à—e‚ª‚Í‚Á‚«‚肵‚Ü‚·B

 

“YíŒã‚Ì•¶Í

 

On July 22, the National Police Agency revealed that the number of people who committed suicide last year was 34,427, an increase of 2,284 (7.1%) over the previous year and the worst ever since the Agency started collecting statistics in 1978. The number of people who had "economic and livelihood problems" such as debts, business slump or the hardships of life as their motives for suicide reached 8,897, exceeding 8,000 for the first time and setting a new record over the past record in the previous year.

 

 

“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚PiNOMU, 17 August 04j

 

The National Police Agency reported on July22 that the number of people who committed suicide last year was 34427, up 2284(7.1%) from the previous year. This was the largest figure since it started taking statistics in 1978. It is inferred that 8897 people committed suicide for 'economic or living reasons' such as debt, business slump or hard living conditions. The number surpassed 8000 for the first time and renewed the worst record for the second year in a row.

 

“Yí

 

The National Police Agency reported on July 22 that the number of people who committed suicide last year was 34,427, up an increase of 12,284 (or 7.1%) from the previous year. This was the largest figure number since it started taking statistics in 1978. It is inferred appeared that 8,897 people committed suicide for because they had2 'economic or living reasons problems3' such as large debts, businesses slump in trouble or hard living conditions personal financial problems. The This number surpassed 8,000 for the first time and renewed the worst record for the second year in a row.

 

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3.       uŒoÏE¶Šˆ–â‘èv‚ðeconomic and living reasons‚Æ‚·‚é‚Æliving reasons‚ªžB–†‚É‚È‚è‚Ü‚·BŠÈ’P‚Éeconomic problems‚Æ‚µ‚½‚Ù‚¤‚ª‚Í‚Á‚«‚肵‚Ü‚·B

 

“YíŒã‚Ì•¶Í

 

The National Police Agency reported on July 22 that the number of people who committed suicide last year was 34,427, an increase of 2,284 (or 7.1%) from the previous year. This was the largest number since it started taking statistics in 1978. It appeared that 8,897 people committed suicide because they had 'economic problems' such as large debts, businesses in trouble or personal financial problems. This number surpassed 8,000 for the first time and renewed the worst record for the second year in a row.

 

 

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Œú¶˜J“­È‚ª‚VŒŽ‚Q‚P“ú”­•\‚µ‚½‚Q‚O‚O‚R”N‚̏A‹ÆŒ`‘Ô‘½—l‰»‚ÉŠÖ‚·‚é’²¸Œ‹‰Ê‚É‚æ‚é‚ƁAƒp[ƒgƒ^ƒCƒ€˜J“­ŽÒ‚È‚Ç”ñ³ŽÐˆõ‚ÌŠ„‡‚Í‘O‰ñ‚P‚X‚X‚X”N’²¸‚Ì‚Q‚VE‚T“‚©‚çA‚VE‚Pƒ|ƒCƒ“ƒgã¸‚µ‚R‚SE‚U“‚Æ‚È‚Á‚½BŒi‹C‰ñ•œ‚ÅŠ®‘SŽ¸‹Æ—¦‚Ȃǂ̐”’l‚͉ü‘P‚µ‚Ä‚¢‚邪AŠé‹Æ‚ªlŒ”ï—}§‚È‚Ç‚ð–Ú“I‚ɐ³ŽÐˆõ‚ðƒp[ƒg‚È‚Ç‚Å‘ã‘Ö‚µ‚Ä‚¢‚éŽÀ‘Ô‚ª•‚‚«’¤‚è‚É‚È‚Á‚½B

 

“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚P‚QiSuzume, 8 July 19j

 

According to the results of a survey released by the Health and Welfare Ministry on July 21 about the trends in diversification of employment types in 2003, the percentage of non-permanent employee such as part-time workers was 34.6%, which amounted to 7.1% increase from 27.5%, compared to the results of previous survey in 1999. The economic recovery has been producing partial improvement in the average unemployment rate recently, but the survey highlighted the fact that companies had replaced ordinary workers with part-time workers in order to suppress labor costs.

 

“Yí

 

According to the results of a survey released by the Health and Welfare Ministry on July 21 about the trends in the diversification of employment types in 2003, the percentage of non-permanent employee such as part-time workers was 34.6%, which amounted to a 7.1% increase from 27.5%, compared to the results of from the previous survey in 1999. The economic recovery has been producing partial improvement in the average unemployment rate recently, but the survey highlighted the fact that companies had replaced ordinary workers with part-time workers in order to suppress labor costs.

 

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“YíŒã‚Ì•¶Í

 

According to the results of a survey released by the Health and Welfare Ministry on July 21 about the trends in the diversification of employment types in 2003, the percentage of non-permanent employee such as part-time workers was 34.6%, which amounted to a 7.1% increase from 27.5% from the previous survey in 1999. The economic recovery has been producing partial improvement in the average unemployment rate recently, but the survey highlighted the fact that companies had replaced ordinary workers with part-time workers in order to suppress labor costs.

 

 

“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚P‚PiBuru, 1 July 16j

 

On July 21, the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare released a survey result for a variation of working style of 2003. According to this survey, the rate of non- permanent contract employees like a part-time workers became 34.6%. It rose to 7.1% from 27.5% compared to the previous survey date in 1999. Current good economic status has been improved some statistics rates like a jobless rate, but ,on the other hand, the result revealed the actual condition that companies have been replacing from permanent employees to part-time workers in order to save their overhead.

 

“Yí

 

On July 21, the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare released a survey result for a the variation of working styles of in 2003. According to this survey, the rate percentage of non- permanent contract employees like a part-time workers was became 34.6%. It rose by to 7.1% from 27.5% in compared to the previous survey date in 1999. Current good economic status conditions have has been improved some statistics rates like such as a the unemployment jobless rate, but ,on the other hand1, the survey result revealed the actual condition that companies have been replacing from permanent employees to with part-time workers in order to save their overhead.

 

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1.       On one hand, we have A. But on the other hand, we have B.‚̂悤‚Ɉê‘΂ɂµ‚ÄŽg‚¢‚Ü‚·B‚±‚±‚Å‚Í•K—v—L‚è‚Ü‚¹‚ñB

 

“YíŒã‚Ì•¶Í

 

On July 21, the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare released a survey result for the variation of working styles in 2003. According to this survey, the percentage of non- permanent contract employees like part-time workers was 34.6%. It rose by 7.1% from 27.5% in the previous survey in 1999. Current good economic conditions have improved some statistics such as the unemployment rate, but the survey result revealed that companies have been replacing permanent employees with part-time workers in order to save their overhead.

 

 

“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚P‚OiValley winds, 28 March 13j

 

According to the 2003 survey's report about diversification of working style announced by Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare on July 21, the rate of non-formal employees such as part-time worker was 34.6%, raising up 7.1 point from 27.5% of last 1999 survey's result. This report showed that economic recovery has made completive unemployment index improve and companies substitute part-time workers for formal employees in order to reduce a personnel cost.

 

“Yí

 

According to the 2003 survey's of report about the diversification of working styles released announced by the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare on July 21, the percentage rate1 of non-formal employees such as part-time worker was 34.6%, increasing raising up by 7.1 % point from 27.5% in the of last 1999 survey's result in 1999. This result report showed that the current economic recovery has reduced the rate of made completive unemployment index improve and but companies are substituteing part-time workers for formal employees in order to reduce a labor personnel costs.

 

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“YíŒã‚Ì•¶Í

 

According to the 2003 survey of the diversification of working styles released by the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare on July 21, the percentage of non-formal employees such as part-time worker was 34.6%, increasing by 7.1 % from 27.5% in the last survey in 1999. This result showed that the current economic recovery has reduced the rate of unemployment   but companies are substituting part-time workers for formal employees in order to reduce  labor costs.

 

 

“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚XiOKEN, 30 June 12j

 

Health, Labor and Welfare Ministry revealed a report on the 2003 survey regarding diversity in work patterns on July 21. According to the report, the percentage of nonregular workers such as part-timers has increased by 7.1% to 34.6% from 27.5% in 1999. These results clearly showed that, in order to reduce personal costs, many companies have been shifting their employment from regular workers to nonregular workers such as part-timers, while economic indicators such as the unemployment rate have improved thanks to the recent economic recovery.

 

“Yí

 

Health, Labor and Welfare Ministry revealed released a report on the 2003 survey regarding the diversity in work patterns on July 21. According to the report, the percentage of non-regular workers such as part-timers has increased by 7.1% to 34.6% from 27.5% in 1999 to 34.6% in 2003. This These results clearly showed that, in order to reduce labor personal costs, many companies have been shifting their employmentees from regular workers to non-regular workers such as part-timers, while economic indicators such as the unemployment rate have improved thanks to the recent economic recovery.

 

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“YíŒã‚Ì•¶Í

 

Health, Labor and Welfare Ministry released a report on the 2003 survey regarding the diversity in work patterns on July 21. According to the report, the percentage of non-regular workers such as part-timers has increased by 7.1% from 27.5% in 1999 to 34.6% in 2003. This clearly showed that, in order to reduce labor costs, many companies have been shifting their employees from regular workers to non-regular workers such as part-timers, while economic indicators such as the unemployment rate have improved thanks to the recent economic recovery.

 

 

“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚Wi‚©‚¢A26 April 11j

 

On July 21, the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare announced the survey about the 2003 diversity of working style. The survey showed that the percentage of nonpermanent staffs like part-time workers reached 34.6% ,which was an increase of 7.1% from 27.5% in the previous survey in 1999. From this results, index numbers such as overall unemployment rate improved because of an economic recovery, but it was revealed that companies replaced regular employees with part-time workers to reduce labor costs in the present situation.

 

“Yí

 

On July 21, the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare announced the results of a survey about the 2003 diversity of working styles in 2003. The survey showed that the percentage of nonpermanent staffs employees like part-time workers reached 34.6% , which was an increase of 7.1% from 27.5% in the previous survey in 1999. From this these results, we can see1 that economic indicators index numbers such as the overall unemployment rate improved because of an economic recovery, but it was revealed that companies replaced regular employees with part-time workers to reduce labor costs in the present situation.

 

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“YíŒã‚Ì•¶Í

 

On July 21, the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare announced the results of a survey about the diversity of working styles in 2003. The survey showed that the percentage of nonpermanent employees like part-time workers reached 34.6%, which was an increase of 7.1% from 27.5% in the previous survey in 1999. From these results, we can see that economic indicators such as the overall unemployment rate improved because of an economic recovery, but companies replaced regular employees with part-time workers to reduce labor costs in the present situation.

 

 

“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚Vimxtomi, 7 February 10j

 

A survey on the diversification of employment formats in 2003 released on July 21 by the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare indicated that the percentage of nonpermanent employees such as part-time workers increased by 7.1 percentage points to 34.6% from 27.5% of the previous survey in 1999. The result shed vivid light on the real picture behind an improvement in unemployment rate backed by recent economic upturn. More and more companies have been replacing their employees with non-regular workers in an attempt to cut down labor costs.

 

“Yí

 

A survey on the diversification of employment formats forms in 2003 was released on July 21 by the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare1. The survey found indicated that the percentage of non-permanent employees such as part-time workers increased by 7.1 percentage points to 34.6% from 27.5% in of the previous survey of in 1999. The results shed vivid light on the real picture of labour market behind an apparent improvement in the unemployment rate due to the backed by recent economic upturn. More and more companies have been replacing their regular employees with non-regular workers in an attempt to cut down labor costs.

 

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1.       ŽåŒê‚ª’·‚¢‚Ì‚Å‚±‚±‚Å•¶‚ðØ‚Á‚½‚Ù‚¤‚ª“Ç‚Ý‚â‚·‚¢‚Å‚µ‚傤B

 

“YíŒã‚Ì•¶Í

 

A survey on the diversification of employment forms in 2003 was released on July 21 by the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare. The survey found that the percentage of non-permanent employees such as part-time workers increased by 7.1 percent to 34.6% from 27.5% in the previous survey of 1999. The results shed vivid light on the real picture of labour market behind an apparent improvement in the unemployment rate due to the  recent economic upturn. More and more companies have been replacing their regular employees with non-regular workers in an attempt to cut down labor costs.

 

 

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On July 21, the Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare announced the result of a survey on the diversification of the employment formats in 2003. The results showed us that the percentage of non-permanent employees such as part-time workers reached 34.6% which was 7.1% higher than the last survey of 27.5% in 1999. This was because even though the number of unemployment rate became lower by the recovery of economics these days, companies tried to substitute their permanent employees to nonpermanent employees for reducing labor costs.

 

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On July 21, the Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare announced the results of a survey on the diversification of the employment formats in 2003. The results showed us that the percentage of non-permanent employees such as part-time workers reached 34.6%, which was 7.1% higher than 27.5% of the last survey of 27.5% in 1999. This was because even though the number of unemployment rate became lower by the economic recovery of economics these days, companies tried to substitute their permanent employees to by non-permanent employees for to reducinge labor costs.

 

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On July 21, the Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare announced the results of a survey on the diversification of employment in 2003. The results showed that the percentage of non-permanent employees such as part-time workers reached 34.6%, which was 7.1% higher than 27.5% of the last survey in 1999. This was because even though the  unemployment rate became lower by the economic recovery these days, companies tried to substitute permanent employees by non-permanent employees to reduce labor costs.

 

 

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On July 21, the Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare released the results of a survey about diversification of employment form in 2003. According to the results, the percentage of no-permanent employees such as part-time workers has reached 34.6 % in 2003 from 27.5% in 1999 increasing by 7.1 %. Although the figure of the unemployment rate has been improving due to the economic recovery, the results reflected the reality that companies substituted part-time workers for permanent employees in order to cut down on their labour costs.

 

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On July 21, the Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare released the results of a survey about of the diversification of employment forms in 2003. According to the results, the percentage of non-permanent employees such as part-time workers increased from 27.5% in 19991 has reached to 34.6 % in 2003, from 27.5% in 1999 an increasinge of by 7.1 %. Although economic indicators such as the figure of the unemployment rate have has been improving due to the economic recovery, the survey2 results reflected the reality that companies had been substituteding part-time workers for permanent employees in order to cut down on their labour costs.

 

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