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As dyeing the hair brown has begun to take root in Japan, children with brown hair are no longer unusual. According to a survey conducted by the Tokyo Metropolitan Government, in many cases, parents die their children's hair because they want their children to look more fashionable or they just want to use their leftover hair dye. However, the ingredients contained in hair dye sometimes cause a serious allergic reaction. So, experts are sending out an alert to parents, "Think twice before you apply hair dye on your children."

 

 

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It is not rare for us to see children with dyed brown hair which is broadly accepted. The survey by Tokyo shows that there are many parents coloring their childrenfs hair brown simply because it is fashionable or parentsf coloring liquid is left. Several experts, in fact, are warning not to use coloring liquid for children carelessly because its ingredients might cause allergic shock seriously.

 

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Dying hair brown is here to stay among people. Children with their hair dyed brown aren't unusual these days. A survey conducted by the Tokyo Metropolitan Government showed that parents dyed their children's hair in order to make their children look nicer or finish up their leftover hair-dye. Hair-dye is strong liquid and causes serious allergies in case of some children. Experts are warning parents not to apply hair-dye to their children.

 

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As dying hair brown has been accepted in Japan, we have often seen children with dyed hair. According to a survey by the Tokyo Metropolitan Government, some parents dye their childrenfs hair just because they think their children look cool with dyed hair or they have their own hair dye left. Experts, however, urges parents not to use the hair dye carelessly to their children because chemical substances in some of the hair dye can cause a serious allergic reaction.

 

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Dyeing hair brown is popular among people. Children with brown hair are not rare. According to a survey by the Tokyo metropolitan government, parents dye their children's hair brown. This is because parents want to posh their children or their hairdye was a little left. As hairdye contains ingredients which cause heavy allergy, experts say "people should not use hairdye to children."

 

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A "blown hair" in children seems to be common in Japan because children with their hair dyed are often seen. According to a survey conducted by the Tokyo Government, many of children with their hair dyed are encouraged to do so by parents because of gcosmetic reasonsh, gto use up the left of the hair dyeh, and so on. But the specialists are warning that hair dyes should not be used for children without much thought because some materials in hair dyes can provoke severe allergic symptoms.

 

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As we used to look at the people who dyed their hair brown these days, even children's brown hair can be found all over Japan. According to a survey by the Tokyo Metropolitan Government, the reasons of children's hair coloring are that mothers have dyed their hair brown for the recent fashion and just applied them the rest of the hair dye which mothers used. The specialist of dermatologist alert parents to their children not easily let them use the hair dye because it may cause some serious hair dye allergy from the contain of chemical ingredients of permanent hair color products.

 

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3.       Dermatologists alert that ~‚Æ‚¢‚¤\•¶‚É‚·‚é‚Æ‚í‚©‚è‚â‚·‚­‚È‚è‚Ü‚·B

 

4.       Some chemical ingredients used in the hair dye‚ðŽåŒê‚É‚·‚é‚Æ•¶‚ª‚₳‚µ‚­‚È‚è‚Ü‚·B

 

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As we get used to see people who dye their hair brown these days, even children with brown hair can be often found all over Japan. According to a survey by the Tokyo Metropolitan Government, the main reasons for coloring children's hair are that mothers have dyed their hair brown and thought brown hair is also cute for their children or they are left with some dye from their hair and just apply it to their children. However, dermatologists alert parents that they should not carelessly apply hair dye to their children because some chemical ingredients used in the hair dye may cause serious allergic reactions in children. .

 

 

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“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚XiSuzume, 22 March 19j

 

On the last Christmas day on my way home at midnight, I found a convenience store offering unsold Christmas cakes which were greatly discounted. As I was so exhausted from work that I could not help buying the cakes in bulk saying to myselfC"I have to eat sweet things to refresh my brain!" However, while I was eating them alone in my room, I somehow became very sad. From that point on, I have never eaten any cake.

 

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On the last Christmas dDay, on my way home at midnight, I found a convenience store offering unsold Christmas cakes with a big which were greatly discounted. As I was so exhausted from work that I could not help buying the cakes in bulk. I told saying to myselfC"I have to eat sweet things to refresh my brain!" However, while I was eating them alone in my room, I somehow became very sad. From that point on, I have never eaten any cake.

 

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On the last Christmas Day, on my way home at midnight I found a convenience store offering unsold Christmas cakes with a big discount. I was so exhausted from work that I could not help buying the cakes in bulk. I told myself, gI have to eat sweet things to refresh my brain!" However, while I was eating them alone in my room, I somehow became very sad. From that point on, I have never eaten any cake.

 

 

“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚Wi‚¾‚Á‚¿A30 June 16j

 

Last Christmas, I found some pieces of cake in the convenience store which were remaindered and enormously reduced . I impulsively bought some of them at the same time because I was so tired and wanted to make my brain refreshed with the sweets. In fact, I felt kind of sadness while I was eating them alone. I have never eaten any pieces of cake since that time.

 

“Yí

 

Last Christmas, I found some pieces of cake in the convenience store which were left unsold remaindered and whose prices were enormously reduced . I impulsively bought some of them at the same time because I was so tired at my office and wanted to make my brain refreshed with the sweets. But In fact, I felt so kind of sadness while I was eating them alone. that I have never eaten any pieces of cake since that time.

 

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Last Christmas, I found some pieces of cake in the convenience store which were left unsold  and whose prices were enormously reduced. I impulsively bought some of them because I was so tired at my office and wanted to make my brain refreshed with the sweets. But I felt so  sad while I was eating them alone that I have never eaten any piece of cake since that time.

 

 

“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚ViLucca, 3 February 15j

 

On Christmas Day last year, I stopped by a convenience store on my way home in the late evening and found Christmas cakes with big discount there. I stocked up on the cakes because I wanted to refresh my brain by eating sweets due to tiredness. I was eating the cake alone after getting home as I became filled with a lonely feeling. Since that night I haven't been eating any cake.

 

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On Christmas Day last year, I stopped by a convenience store on my way home from work in the late evening and found left-over Christmas cakes1 with big discounts there. I bought several of them on impulse stocked up on the cakes because I was so tired and wanted to refresh my brain by eating sweets due to tiredness. I felt very lonely eating the cakes alone at home. I was eating the cake alone after getting home as I became filled with a lonely feeling. Since that night I haven't touched been eating any cake at all.

 

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On Christmas Day last year, I stopped by a convenience store on my way home from work in the late evening and found left-over Christmas cakes with big discounts there. I bought several of them on impulse because I was so tired and wanted to refresh my brain by eating sweets. I felt very lonely eating the cakes alone at home. Since that night I haven't touched any cake at all.

 

 

“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚UiKalo, 31 July 11j

 

Late at night on Christmas Day last year, I was on the way home from work, when I happened to see some leftover Christmas cakes sold at a huge discount at a convenience store. Ifd been so tired out from work in those days, so I bought them in bulk, hoping that sweet stuff could refresh my mind. But I was beginning to feel sad because I found myself eating them all alone on Christmas night. Since then, I havenft felt like eating cakes.

 

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Late at night on Christmas Day last year, I was on the way home from work, when I happened to see some leftover Christmas cakes on sale sold at a huge discount at a convenience store. Ifd had been so tired out by from work in those days, so I bought them in bulk, hoping that sweet stuff could refresh my mind. But I was beginning to feel sad when because I realized that found myself I was eating them all alone on the Christmas night. Since then, I havenft felt like eating cakes.

 

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Late at night on Christmas Day last year, I was on the way home from work when I happened to see some leftover Christmas cakes on sale at a huge discount at a convenience store. I had been so tired by work those days, so I bought them in bulk, hoping that sweet stuff could refresh my mind. But I was beginning to feel sad when I realized that I was eating them all alone on the Christmas night. Since then, I havenft felt like eating cakes.

 

 

“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚Timxtomi, 3 April 11j

 

I found cakes still on the shelf deeply discounted at a convenience store late on the night of Christmas Day last year. Utterly exhausted from work, I got quickly trapped into the idea that sweets would help refresh myself and bought a bunch of them. While eating the cakes alone at home, however, I felt sad for no reason. I have never eaten cake since then.

 

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Late on the night of Christmas Day last year1, I found that some cakes for Christmas were still left unsold on the shelf and deeply discounted at a convenience store late on the night of Christmas Day last year. Utterly exhausted from work, I got quickly trapped into the idea that sweets would help refresh myself and bought a bunch of them. While eating the cakes all alone just by myself2 at home, however, I felt sad for no reason. I have never eaten cake since then.

 

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Late on the night of Christmas Day last year, I found that some cakes for Christmas were still left unsold on the shelf and deeply discounted at a convenience store. Utterly exhausted from work, I got quickly trapped into the idea that sweets would refresh myself and bought a bunch of them. While eating the cakes all alone just by myself at home, I felt sad for no reason. I have never eaten cake since then.

 

“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚SiSpeedy, 4 March 09j

 

On last yearfs Christmas Day, Christmas cakes that left over were on sale with big discounts at a convenience store late at night. I bought them in bulk because I was very exhausted by hard work and wanted to make my brain refreshed by eating sweets. But while eating a Christmas cake by myself, I felt somewhat sad and lonely. Since then, I have not eaten any cake.

 

“Yí

 

On my way home from work in the late evening on On last yearfs Christmas Day last year1, I found left-over Christmas cakes that left over were on sale with big discounts at a convenience store late at night. I bought them in bulk because I was very so exhausted by hard work that I and wanted to make my brain refreshed by eating sweets. But while eating a the Christmas cakes one by one2 by myself, I felt somewhat sad and lonely. Since then, I have not eaten any cake at all.

 

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On my way home from work in the late evening on Christmas Day last year, I found left-over Christmas cakes on sale with big discounts at a convenience. I bought them in bulk because I was so exhausted by hard work that I wanted to make my brain refreshed by eating sweets. But while eating the Christmas cakes one by one by myself, I felt somewhat sad and lonely. Since then, I have not eaten any cake at all.

 

 

 

“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚RiŠâ‚¿‚á‚ñA20 June 08j

 

I found discounted cakes unsold at a convenience store on last Christmas midnight. I got tired with work on the day. I bought many cakes as I wanted to refresh my brain with sweets. But when I was eating cakes alone, I became somehow sad. I have never eaten a cake since then.

 

“Yí

 

In the late evening on Christmas Day last year1, I found left-over discounted cakes unsold at a discount price at a convenience store on last Christmas midnight. I got so tired with after working hard all day on the day. I bought many cakes as I wanted to refresh my brain with sweets and bought many cakes. But when I was eating the cakes alone at home, I became somehow sad. I have never eaten a cake2 since then.

 

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‰p•¶‚Ì“à—e‚Ì‚Ù‚Ú‘‚Ä‚ª‚í‚©‚è‚Ü‚·‚ªI found discounted cakes unsold‚Æ‚¢‚¤•\Œ»‚ª‚í‚©‚è“ï‚¢‚Å‚·‚ˁB‚È‚É‚©‚Ì•]‰¿‚ª’á‚­‚È‚Á‚½(discounted)ƒP[ƒL‚ª”„‚êŽc‚Á‚Ä‚¢‚éA‚Æ‚È‚è‚Ü‚·B“Yí‚̂悤‚ɁA”„‚êŽc‚è‚̃P[ƒL‚ªˆÀ‚¢‰¿Ši‚Å”„‚ç‚ê‚Ä‚¢‚½A‚Æ‚µ‚½‚Ù‚¤‚ª‚í‚©‚è‚â‚·‚­‚È‚è‚Ü‚·B

 

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2.       ‚±‚±‚ł̓P[ƒLˆê”Ê‚È‚Ì‚Å•¨Ž¿–¼ŽŒ‚É‚È‚è‚Ü‚·BƒP[ƒL‚ðˆê‚‚àH‚ׂȂ¢A‚Æ‹­’²‚·‚é‚È‚ç‚΁AI have never eaten any piece of cake again since then.‚Æ‚È‚è‚Ü‚·B

 

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In the late evening on Christmas Day last year, I found left-over cakes sold at a discount price at a convenience store. I got so tired after working hard all day. I wanted to refresh my brain with sweets and bought many cakes. But when I was eating the cakes alone at home, I became somehow sad. I have never eaten cake since then.

 

 

“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚QiYMA, 19 May 08j

 

At midnight on Christmas day of the last year, I went to a convenience store and found unsold Christmas cakes selling at a big discount. I bought all cakes on impulse because I was very tired and I hoped to get my brain refreshed by sweets. But I felt somewhat lonely while eating Christmas cakes alone. Ifve never eaten cakes since then.

 

“Yí

 

At midnight on Christmas dDay of the last year, I went to a convenience store and found some unsold Christmas cakes selling at a big discount. I bought all the cakes on impulse because I was very tired and wanted I hoped to get my brain refreshed by sweets. But I felt somewhat lonely while eating the Christmas cakes alone. Ifve never eaten cakes again since then.

 

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At midnight on Christmas Day last year, I went to a convenience store and found some unsold Christmas cakes selling at a big discount. I bought all the cakes on impulse because I was very tired and wanted to get my brain refreshed by sweets. But I felt somewhat lonely while eating the Christmas cakes alone. Ifve never eaten cakes again since then.

 

 

“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚Pi‚ ‚·‚©A28 April 07j

 

On last Christmas Day, when I found a lot of Christmas Cakes had left unsold in a convenience store at midnight, I thought some sweets might be activated my brain with my weary body for hard work and I purchased all different kinds of cakes that I wanted. But having the Christmas Cake by myself, I felt getting lonely. Since then, I haven't had any cakes at all.

 

(Purchasing Christmas Cake at a cake shop on Christmas Eve or before Christmas Eve are commonplace in Japan. The cake are selling all over Japan. Most people eat Christmas Cake as a dessert, in the form of a Christmas on Christmas Eve. So, Any cakes left after Christmas at store are seen to be stale. There's also a unkind saying in Japan, unmarried woman over 25 years of age is referred to as "Christmas Cake". Because cake shops throughout Japan always try to sell all their Christmas cakes before Christmas eve.)

 

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Late in the evening1 Oon last Christmas Day last year, when I found a lot of Christmas cakes Cakes had been left unsold at in a convenience store. at midnight, I thought2 some sweets might be activated my tired brain and with my weary body after for hard work and I purchased all a bunch of different kinds of cakes2 that I wanted. But When I started eating them one by one having the Christmas Cake  alone at home by myself, I suddenly felt getting  really lonely and miserable. Since then, I haven't had eaten any cakes at all.

 

(Purchasing a Christmas Ccake at a cake shop for on Christmas Eve or before Christmas Eve are is popular commonplace in Japan. The cake are is selling all over Japan. Most people eat the Christmas Ccake as a dessert, in the form of a Christmas  on Christmas Eve. So, Christmas Any cakes left unsold after Christmas at store are seen to be stale. There's is also an unkind saying in Japan., An unmarried woman over 25 years of age is referred to as a "Christmas Ccake". Because cake Pastry shops and bakeries throughout Japan always try to sell all their Christmas cakes before Christmas eEve and often greatly reduce prices in the evening of Christmas Eve. Perhaps, the lady in the above story was tempted to buy a bunch of cakes because of the reduced prices.3 )

 

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Late in the evening on last Christmas last year, I found a lot of Christmas cakes had been left unsold at a convenience store. I thought some sweets might activate my tired brain and  body after hard work and purchased a bunch of different kinds of cakes. When I started eating them one by one alone at home, I suddenly felt really lonely and miserable. Since then, I haven't eaten any cake at all.

 

(Purchasing a Christmas cake for Christmas Eve is popular in Japan. The cake is selling all over Japan. Most people eat the Christmas cake as a dessert on Christmas Eve. So, Christmas cakes left unsold after Christmas are seen to be stale. There is also an unkind saying in Japan. An unmarried woman over 25 years of age is referred to as a Christmas cake.  Pastry shops and bakeries throughout Japan always try to sell all their Christmas cakes before Christmas Eve and often greatly reduce prices in the evening of Christmas Eve. Perhaps, the lady in the above story was tempted to buy a bunch of cakes because of the reduced prices.)

 

 

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It turned out that the Noto Peninsula Earthquake raised the beaches in Wajima City, Ishikawa Prefecture, up to 50 centimeters and exposed rocks which had been submerged to above sea level. So people fear that there will be harmful effects to the edible Iwanori seaweed, which is a local specialty. Authorities are warning ships traveling in that area to be careful because the quake might have raised the bottom of the sea on a large scale. 

 

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It turned out that the Noto Peninsula Earthquake raised the beaches in Wajima City, Ishikawa Prefecture, up to 50 centimeters and exposed rocks which had been submerged beneath to above sea level. So, people fear that there will be harmful effects to the edible Iwanori seaweed, which is a local specialty. Authorities are warning ships traveling in that area to be careful because the quake might have significantly raised the bottom of the sea on a large scale.

 

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It turned out that the Noto Peninsula Earthquake raised the beaches in Wajima City, Ishikawa Prefecture, up to 50 centimeters and exposed rocks which had been submerged beneath. So, people fear that there will be harmful effects to edible Iwanori seaweed, which is a local specialty. Authorities are warning ships traveling in that area to be careful because the quake might have significantly raised the bottom.

 

 

“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚UiLucca, 15 February 15j

 

An earthquake that hit Noto Peninsula in Ishikawa Prefecture caused great damages in the area. The earthquake raised the ground along the coast of Wajima City up to 50 cm. Some rocks sunken in the sea were also upthrusted above the sea surface. The raised rocks may give negative impact on the growth of the rock seaweed which is a specialty in the area. Furthermore the sea bed in the area is likely to be raised by this earthquake. The local fishermen should be more careful when they pass through this area by their vessels.

 

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An earthquake that hit Noto Peninsula in Ishikawa Prefecture caused great damages in the area. The earthquake raised the ground along the coast of Wajima City up to 50 cm. Some rocks sunken in the sea were also upthrusted pushed up above the sea surface. The raised rocks may give a negative impact on the growth of the rock seaweed which is a specialty in the area. Furthermore the sea bed in the area is likely to be raised by this earthquake. The local fishermen should be more careful of the surfaced rocks when they pass through this area by their vessels.

 

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An earthquake that hit Noto Peninsula in Ishikawa Prefecture caused great damages in the area. The earthquake raised the ground along the coast of Wajima City up to 50 cm. Some rocks sunken in the sea were also pushed up above the sea surface. The raised rocks may give a negative impact on the growth of the rock seaweed which is a specialty in the area. Furthermore the sea bed in the area is likely to be raised by this earthquake. The local fishermen should be more careful of the surfaced rocks when they pass through this area by their vessels.

 

 

“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚Timxtomi, 4 April 11j

 

It was found that the ground along the seacoast of Wajima City, Ishikawa Prefecture was raised 50 centimeters at its highest point by an earthquake which recently hit Noto Penisula. Some rocks which had been below sea level before the earthquake came up above sea level, having local people worry about possible adverse effects on the harvest of rock seaweed, a local specialty there, growing on the submerged rocks. Another headache to the local people is that the earthquake may have caused some part of the seabed to significantly rise. This requires extra attention on the part of fishing boats when sailing around the area.

 

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It was found that the ground along the seacoast of Wajima City, Ishikawa Prefecture was raised 50 centimeters at its highest point by an the earthquake which recently hit Noto Penisula. Some rocks which had been below the sea level before the earthquake came up above the sea level, having local people worry about possible adverse effects on the harvest of rock seaweed, a local specialty there, growing on the submerged rocks. Another headache to the local people is that the earthquake may have caused some part of the seabed to significantly rise. This requires extra attention on the part of fishing boats when sailing around the area.

 

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It was found that the ground along the seacoast of Wajima City, Ishikawa Prefecture was raised 50 centimeters at its highest point by the earthquake which recently hit Noto Penisula. Some rocks which had been below the sea level before the earthquake came up above the sea level, having local people worry about possible adverse effects on the harvest of rock seaweed, a local specialty there, growing on the submerged rocks. Another headache to the local people is that the earthquake may have caused some part of the seabed to significantly rise. This requires extra attention on the part of fishing boats when sailing around the area.

 

 

“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚SiSpeedy, 16 April 09j

 

A big earthquake hit Noto Peninsula in Ishikawa Prefecture. It made the ground level along the coast of Wajima City rise by 50 cm at the maximum. As a result, some of the rocks beneath the sea level are now exposed above the sea surface. It is concerned that this phenomenon gives negative impacts to the gRock Seaweed', which is a famous product of the area. Also, as the earthquake may have cause significant rise of the sea bed in the area, fishermen need to be on alert for navigation.

 

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A big earthquake hit Noto Peninsula in Ishikawa Prefecture. It The earthquake1 raised made the ground level along the coast of Wajima City rise by 50 cm at the its highest point maximum. As a result, some of the rocks beneath the sea level are now exposed above the sea surface. Local fishermen2 are concerned that this can create It is concerned that this phenomenon gives negative impacts on harvesting of to the gRock Seaweed', which is a famous product of the area. Also, as tThe earthquake may have also caused a significant rise of the sea bed in the area, and now fishermen must be need to be on alert when navigating through the area for navigation.

 

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A big earthquake hit Noto Peninsula in Ishikawa Prefecture. The earthquake raised the ground along the coast of Wajima City 50 cm at its highest point. As a result, some of the rocks beneath the sea level are now exposed above the sea surface. Local fishermen are concerned that this can create negative impacts on harvesting of the gRock Seaweed', which is a famous product of the area. The earthquake may have also caused a significant rise of the sea bed in the area and now fishermen must be on alert when navigating through the area .

 

 

“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚RiŠâ‚¿‚á‚ñA21 June 08j

 

The coast in Ishikawa Prefecture's Wajima City rose up to 50 centimeters with the influence of the earthquake in Noto peninsula. As rocks under the sea before the earthquake appeared on the sea, people are worried about iwanori as a special product in Ishikawa Prefecture. As there is a fear that sea bottoms rose highly, fishing boats have to care for them in sailing.

 

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The coast of Ishikawa Prefecture's Wajima City rose up to 50 centimeters after the recent  earthquake in the Noto Peninsula. The rocks which were under the sea before the earthquake appeared on the sea surface now. Iwanori, an edible seaweed which is a local special product, grow on the rocks under the sea. People are worried about iwanori production because some rocks are no longer submerged under the water .There is also a fear that the sea bottom might have risen in some areas. Fishing boats have to be careful not to run aground .

 

 

“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚QiKalo, 1 May 07j

 

The major earthquake that hit the Noto Peninsula in Ishikawa Prefecture raised the ground level up to 50 cm along the coast of Wajima City, researchers said. The earthquake raised some of the rocks out of the water, causing edible seaweed (local reputable seafood) to become dried up. Also, as the earthquake may have raised the rocks under the surface, fishermen and other boaters need to be on alert for accidentally colliding with them.

 

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The major earthquake that hit the Noto Peninsula in Ishikawa Prefecture raised the ground level up to 50 cm along the coast of Wajima City, researchers said. The earthquake raised some of the rocks out of the water, and  causing gIwa-nori,h an edible seaweed which grows on the rocks under the water and is a famous (local product reputable seafood) is now at risk of to become dried drying up1. Also, as the earthquake may have raised some parts of the sea floor in the area the rocks under the surface, fishermen and other boaters need to be on alert for accidentally colliding with them2.

 

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The major earthquake that hit the Noto Peninsula in Ishikawa Prefecture raised the ground level up to 50 cm along the coast of Wajima City, researchers said. The earthquake raised some of the rocks out of the water and gIwa-nori,h an edible seaweed which grows on the rocks under the water and is a famous local product is now at risk of drying up. Also, as the earthquake may have raised some parts of the sea floor in the area, fishermen and other boaters need to be on alert for accidentally colliding with them.

 

 

“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚Pi‚ ‚·‚©A29 April 07j

 

The sea level along the coast in Wajima City, Japan had risen maximum height of 50 centimeters by the effects of the Noto Earthquake. People in Wajima City have been worried about "rock laver", which are the special local product in Noto Peninsula because if the rocks which placed below water surface the ocean before this earthquake, appear, it may cause damage to artisanal fisheries for rock laver. Also, the City of Wajima alerts fishermen and people who sail over the ocean the high sea-level rise up.

 

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The seashore1 at level along the coast in Wajima City, Japan, rose had risen to the maximum height of 50 centimeters by the effects of the Noto Earthquake. People in Wajima City have been are worried about the "rock laver", which are is a the special local product in the Noto Peninsula area, because if2the rocks which placed had been submerged below the water surface of the ocean sea before this earthquake rose above the surface and , appear, it may cause damage to artisanal  the production of fisheries for rock laver. Also, the City of Wajima alerts fishermen and people who sail across this area of the sea to the danger of running aground3 because some parts of the sea floor might have risen over the ocean the high sea-level rise up.

 

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The seashore at Wajima City, Japan, rose to the maximum of 50 centimeters by the effects of the Noto Earthquake. People in Wajima City are worried about the "rock laver", which is a  special local product in the Noto Peninsula area, because the rocks which had been submerged below the surface of the sea before this earthquake rose above the surface and  may cause damage to the production of rock laver. Also, the City of Wajima alerts fishermen and people who sail across this area of the sea to the danger of running aground because some parts of the sea floor might have risen .

 

 

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“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@iSuzume, 25 March 19j

 

In 2005, contracts regarding the consignment of operations and purchases of goods made by 59 incorporated administrative agencies which were under the jurisdiction of the Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare and the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry amounted to 85 billion yen. And it was turned out that among them, more than 60 percent of the contracts, about 52.34 billion yen worth, were made through negotiated contracts.

 

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In 2005, contracts regarding the consignment of operations and purchases of goods made by 59 incorporated administrative agencies which were under the jurisdiction of the Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare and the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry amounted to 85 billion yen. And it was turned out that among them, more than 60 percent of the contracts, about 52.34 billion yen worth, were made without open completion through negotiated contracts.

 

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In 2005, contracts regarding the consignment of operations and purchases of goods made by 59 incorporated administrative agencies which were under the jurisdiction of the Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare and the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry amounted to 85 billion yen. And it was turned out that among them, more than 60 percent of the contracts, about 52.34 billion yen worth, were made without open competition.

 

 

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It was revealed that the total amount of orders placed by 59 independent administrative agencies under Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare or Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry in fiscal year 2005, such as outsourcing and purchasing, was more than 85 billion yen. Also, over 60 percent of the orders, around 52.34 billion yen, were negotiated contracts.

 

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It was revealed that the total amount of orders placed by 59 independent administrative agencies under the Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare or and the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry in the fiscal year 2005, such as outsourcing and purchasing, was more than 850 billion1 yen. Also, oOver2 60 percent of the orders, around 52352.34 billion yen, were directly negotiated contracts without any open bidding3.

 

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It was revealed that the total amount of orders placed by 59 independent administrative agencies under the Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare and the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry in the fiscal year 2005 such as outsourcing and purchasing was more than 850 billion yen. Over 60 percent of the orders, around 523 billion yen, were directly negotiated contracts without any open bidding.

 

 

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Fifty nine administrative agencies administered by the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare and the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry purchased goods and services amounting to 850 million yen in FY 2005. It was found that more than 60% of these purchases (about 523 million yen) were made without going through a competitive bidding procedure.

 

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Fifty nine administrative agencies administered by the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare and the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry purchased goods and services amounting to 850 million billion yen in FY the 2005 fiscal year. It was found that more than 60% of these purchases (about 523 million billion yen) were made without going through a competitive bidding procedure.

 

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Fifty nine administrative agencies administered by the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare and the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry purchased goods and services amounting to 850 billion yen in the 2005 fiscal year. It was found that more than 60% of these purchases (about 523 billion yen) were made without going through a competitive bidding procedure.

 

 

“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚RiŠâ‚¿‚á‚ñA22 June 08j

 

Fifty nine independent administrative institutions overseen by the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare and the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry placed an order for consignment of business activities, goods and so on in 2005. Its amount totaled 850 billion yen. More than 60 % contracts were a contract at discretion. The contracts were valued in excess of about 523.4 billion yen.

 

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Fifty nine independent administrative institutions agencies overseen by the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare and the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry placed 850 billion yen an orders for consignments of business activities, and purchases of goods and so on in 2005. Its amount totaled 850 billion yen. More than 60 % of these orders, about 523 billion yen, contracts were made as a contracts at discretion. The contracts were valued in excess of about 523.4 billion yen.

 

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Fifty nine independent administrative agencies overseen by the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare and the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry placed 850 billion yen orders for consignments of business activities and purchases of goods in 2005. More than 60 % of these orders, about 523 billion yen, were made as contracts at discretion.

 

 

“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚Qi‚ ‚·‚©A1 May 07j

 

Fifty-nine independent administrative institutions which the Ministry of Health and the Ministry of Economy had jurisdiction, fulfilled contracts for a total of 85 billion yen such as agent service fees which were placed in 2005 or the article purchases. On this contract, the auditor found out that 5,234 million yen which was over 60% of the contracts out of 85 billion yen, had free contract.

 

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Fifty-nine independent administrative institutions agencies under the jurisdiction of which the Ministry of Health and the Ministry of Economy had jurisdiction, fulfilled made contracts for a total of 850 billion yen for the purchase of goods and service1 such as agent service fees which were placed in the 2005 fiscal year or the article purchases. Out of On this these contracts, the auditor found out that 523 billion 5,234 million yen, which was over 60% of the total value of these contracts out of 85 billion yen, was awarded without open bidding1 had free contract.

 

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Fifty-nine independent administrative agencies under the jurisdiction of the Ministry of Health and the Ministry of Economy, made contracts of 850 billion yen for the purchase of goods and service in the 2005 fiscal year. Out of these contracts, the auditor found out that 523 billion  yen, which was over 60% of the total value of these contracts, was awarded without open bidding.

 

 

“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚PiKalo, 1 May 07j

 

A total of 59 independent administrative agencies spent nearly 523.4 billion yen on contracts without competitive bidding in the 2005 fiscal year. Instead of competitive bidding, the agencies chose certain preferred companies and made a contract with them. This type of contract accounted for over 60 percent of 850 billion yen annually spent on contracts for outsourcing work and purchasing goods. These agencies are under the jurisdiction of the Health, Labor and Welfare Ministry or the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry.

 

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A total of 59 independent administrative agencies spent purchased nearly 523.4 billion yen of goods and services1 on contracts without competitive bidding in the 2005 fiscal year. Instead of competitive bidding, these agencies chose certain preferred companies and made a contract with them2. This type of contract accounted for over 60 percent of 850 billion yen these agencies annually spent on contracts for outsourcing work and purchasing goods and services through contracts in 20053. These agencies are under the jurisdiction of the Health, Labor and Welfare Ministry or the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry.

 

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A total of 59 independent administrative agencies purchased nearly 523.4 billion yen of goods and services without competitive bidding in the 2005 fiscal year. Instead of competitive bidding, these agencies chose certain preferred companies and made a contract with them. This type of contract accounted for over 60 percent of 850 billion yen these agencies spent on  purchasing goods and services through contracts in 2005. These agencies are under the jurisdiction of the Health, Labor and Welfare Ministry or the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry.

 

 

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Mt Sumondake, which extends over Uonuma City and Sanjo City, in the Niigata Prefecture is covered with snow. However, the mountain which is supposed to be white is now pale pink. This phenomenon, according to the Japan Meteorological Agency, is caused by the Kosa, or the yellow sands that the wind carried over from the continent of China to the cities of Niigata and Joetsu on April 1st and 2nd. Kosa are not always yellow; some are pale pink.

 

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Mt Sumondake, which extends over Uonuma City and Sanjo City, in the Niigata Prefecture is covered with snow. However, the mountain which is supposed to be white is now pale pink. This phenomenon, according to the Japan Meteorological Agency, is was caused by the Kosa, or the yYellow sSands that the wind carried over from the continent of China to the cities of Niigata and Joetsu on April 1st and 2nd. The Kosa are not always yellow; sometimes they are pale pink.

 

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Mt Sumondake, which extends over Uonuma City and Sanjo City, in Niigata Prefecture is covered with snow. However, the mountain which is supposed to be white is now pale pink. This phenomenon, according to the Japan Meteorological Agency, was caused by the Kosa, or the Yellow Sands that the wind carried over from the continent of China to the cities of Niigata and Joetsu on April 1st and 2nd. The Kosa are not always yellow; sometimes they are pale pink.

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Mt. Sumondake is covered with snow but looks like light pinkish-white due to yellow sand. The yellow sand coming from China has reached Niigata and Jyoetu City, Niigata Prefecture on April 1 and 2 according to the Meteorological Agency. The yellow sand has piled up not only in these cities but also on the mountain which is located between Numazu and Sanjyou City in the prefecture. We take it for granted that yellow sand is yellow as the name suggests but the sand is sometime reddish. That is why the mountain turned light pink instead of snow-white.

 

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Mt. Sumondake is covered with snow but looks like light pinkish-white due to yellow sand. The yellow sand coming from China has reached Niigata and Jyoetu City, Niigata Prefecture on April 1 and 2 according to the Meteorological Agency. The yellow sand has piled up not only in these cities but also on Mt. Sumondake the mountain which is located between Numazu and Sanjyou City in the prefecture. We take it for granted that yellow sand is yellow as the name suggests but the sand is sometime reddish. That is why the mountain turned light pink instead of snow-white.

 

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Mt. Sumondake is covered with snow but looks like light pinkish-white due to yellow sand. The yellow sand coming from China has reached Niigata and Jyoetu City, Niigata Prefecture on April 1 and 2 according to the Meteorological Agency. The yellow sand has piled up not only in these cities but also on Mt. Sumondake  which is located between Numazu and Sanjyou City in the prefecture. We take it for granted that yellow sand is yellow as the name suggests but the sand is sometime reddish. That is why the mountain turned light pink instead of snow-white.

 

 

“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚Uimxtomi, 4 April 11j

 

Snowcapped Mt. Sumondake straddling Uonuma City and Sanjo City in Niigata Prefecture is tinged with pale rose instead of snow white, the way it should be. This was presumably caused by yellow sand carried by the wind from deserts on the Chinese continent. The Meteorological Agency attributes the phenomenon to the yellow sand flew to Niigata city and Joetsu City on April 1 and 2. Yellow sand is not always yellow in color. Some yellow sand is somewhat reddish.

 

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The snow on Snowcapped Mt. Sumondake straddling Uonuma City and Sanjo City in Niigata Prefecture is tinged with pale rose instead of snow white, the way it should be. This was presumably caused by yellow sand carried by the wind from deserts on the Chinese continent. The Meteorological Agency attributes the phenomenon to the yellow sand that flew to Niigata cCity and Joetsu City on April 1 and 2. Yellow sand is not always yellow in color. Some yellow sand is somewhat reddish.

 

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The snow on Mt. Sumondake straddling Uonuma City and Sanjo City in Niigata Prefecture is tinged with pale rose instead of snow white, the way it should be. This was presumably caused by yellow sand carried by the wind from deserts on the Chinese continent. The Meteorological Agency attributes the phenomenon to the yellow sand that flew to Niigata City and Joetsu City on April 1 and 2. Yellow sand is not always yellow in color. Some yellow sand is somewhat reddish.

 

 

“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚TiSpeedy, 17 April 09j

 

Mt. Sumondake, which expands between Numazu City and Sanjyou City in Niigata Prefecture, is now dyed light pink, whilst it should look snow-white normally. According to the Meteorological Agency, this change might have been caused by the yellow sand that reached Niigata and Jyoetu City on April 1 and 2 from the Continent of China. Despite its name, the gyellow sandh is not always yellow but sometimes reddish.

 

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Mt. Sumondake, which expands stands between Numazu City and Sanjyou City in Niigata Prefecture, is now covered with snow1 but looks dyed light pink instead of , whilst it should look snow-white normally. According to the Meteorological Agency, this unusual colour change might have been caused by the yellow sand that reached Niigata and Jyoetu City on April 1 and 2 from the Continent of China. Despite its name, the gyellow sandh is not always yellow but sometimes reddish.

 

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Mt. Sumondake, which stands between Numazu City and Sanjyou City in Niigata Prefecture, is now covered with snow but looks light pink instead of snow-white. According to the Meteorological Agency, this unusual colour might have been caused by the yellow sand that reached Niigata and Jyoetu City on April 1 and 2 from the Continent of China. Despite its name, the gyellow sandh is not always yellow but sometimes reddish.

 

 

“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚SiŠâ‚¿‚á‚ñA23 June 08j

 

As Sumondake through Uonuma City and Sanjyo City in Niigata Prefecture is usually covered with snow, it is supposed to look complete white. But the snowcapped mountain turns to light pink. This is caused by yellow sand which came to Japan from China. According to the Meteorological Agency, a great deal of yellow sand came flying to the skies over Niigata and Jyoetsu City on April 1st and 2nd. Yellow sand are not always yellow and some yellow sand are florid.

 

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At this time of the year, As Mt. Sumondake, which stands through between Uonuma City and Sanjyo City in Niigata Prefecture, is usually covered with snow, it is supposed to and looks completely white. But the snowcapped mountain turns now looks to lightly pink. This is caused by yellow sand which had recently been flown to the mountain by the winds1 came to Japan from China. According to the Meteorological Agency, a great deal of yellow sand came flying to the skies over Niigata and JZyoetsu City on April 1st and 2nd. Yellow sand are not always yellow and some yellow sand are florid pink.

 

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At this time of the year, Mt. Sumondake, which stands between Uonuma City and Sanjyo City in Niigata Prefecture, is usually covered with snow and looks completely white. But the snowcapped mountain now looks lightly pink. This is caused by yellow sand which had recently been flown to the mountain by the winds from China. According to the Meteorological Agency, a great deal of yellow sand came flying to the skies over Niigata and Zyoetsu City on April 1st and 2nd. Yellow sand are not always yellow and some yellow sand are pink.

 

 

“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚RiYMA, 20 May 08j

 

Mt. Sumondake, which rises between Uonuma City and Sanjou City in Niigata Prefecture, is unusually showing its pink-dyed body, not snowy one. Specialists thought that yellow sand coming from China made the color of the mountainfs surface change. The Meteorological Agency reported that the yellow sand coming on April 1 and 2 resulted in the pink-colored surface of the mountain. Yellow sand is not always yellow and sometimes red.  

 

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Mt. Sumondake, which rises between Uonuma City and Sanjou City in Niigata Prefecture, is unusually covered with pale pink snow showing its pink-dyed body, instead of white snow not snowy one. Specialists think thought that yellow sand coming from China made the color of the mountainfs snow surface change. The Meteorological Agency reported that the yellow sand coming came to this area on April 1 and 2 resulted in the pink-colored surface of the mountain‚P. Yellow sand is not always yellow and sometimes pale red.  

 

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Mt. Sumondake, which rises between Uonuma City and Sanjou City in Niigata Prefecture, is covered with pale pink snow instead of white snow. Specialists think that yellow sand coming from China made the color of the mountainfs snow change. The Meteorological Agency reported that yellow sand came to this area on April 1 and 2. Yellow sand is not always yellow and sometimes pale red.  

 

 

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Mt. Sumondake which stretches between Uonuma City and Sanjyo City in Niigata Prefecture, is suppose to be a snow-white mountain but it turns to lightly pale rose. It might be caused by yellow sand which carried the seasonal dust to Japan by the wind from deserts on the Chinese continent. According to the Japan Meteorological Agency, it was due to yellow sand which brought over Niigata City, and Jyoetsu City by prevailing winds on April 1st and 2nd. Yellow sand is not always yellow, sometimes there is reddish cast.

 

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Mt. Sumondake which stretches between Uonuma City and Sanjyo City in Niigata Prefecture, is suppose to be a snow-white mountain in early spring. This April1, however, but it turnsed to lightly2 pale rose. It This might be caused by yellow sand which carried the seasonal dust from deserts on the Chinese continent to Japan by the wind3 from deserts on the Chinese continent. According to the Japan Meteorological Agency, it was due to yellow sand which was brought over to Niigata City, and Jyoetsu City by the prevailing winds on April 1st and 2nd. Yellow sand is not always yellow., sSometimes the yellow sand could be there is reddish cast. This was perhaps why the mountain looked pale rose4.

 

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Mt. Sumondake which stretches between Uonuma City and Sanjyo City in Niigata Prefecture is suppose to be a snow-white mountain in early spring. This April, however, it turned to pale rose. This might be caused by yellow sand which carried the seasonal dust from deserts on the Chinese continent to Japan by the wind. According to the Japan Meteorological Agency, yellow sand was brought to Niigata City and Jyoetsu City by the prevailing wind on April 1st and 2nd. Yellow sand is not always yellow. Sometimes the yellow sand could be reddish. This was perhaps why the mountain looked pale rose.

 

 

“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚PiKalo, 3 May 07j

 

An unusual phenomenon has been observed at Mt. Sumon-dake straddling the border between Uonuma City and Sanjo City in Niigata Prefecture. In early spring, the mountain is white because it remains covered with snow, but this April, some parts of the mountain turned slightly pink. Meteorological officials said yellow sand from China was observed in Niigata City and Joetsu City in Niigata Prefecture on April 1 and 2, and it also reached the areas of the mountain. Yellow sand contains red particles and they made the mountain turn slightly pink, the officials said.

 

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An unusual phenomenon has been observed at Mt. Sumon-dake straddling the border between Uonuma City and Sanjo City1 in Niigata Prefecture. In early spring, the mountain is usually pure2 white because it remains covered with snow., but tThis April, however, some parts of the mountain turned slightly pink. Meteorological officials said yellow sand from China was observed in Niigata City and Joetsu City in Niigata Prefecture on April 1 and 2, and it also reached the areas of the mountain. Yellow sand is not necessary yellow and it could contains reddish particles3. Perhaps, this was why and they made the mountain turn looked slightly pink, the officials said.

 

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An unusual phenomenon has been observed at Mt. Sumon-dake straddling the border between Uonuma City and Sanjo City in Niigata Prefecture. In early spring, the mountain is usually pure white because it remains covered with snow. This April, however, some parts the mountain turned slightly pink. Meteorological officials said yellow sand from China was observed in Niigata City and Joetsu City in Niigata Prefecture on April 1 and 2 and it also reached the areas of the mountain. Yellow sand is not necessary yellow and it could contain reddish particles. Perhaps, this was why the mountain looked slightly pink, the officials said.

 

 

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Japan is the world's most enthusiastic consumers of tuna. According to the Food and Agriculture OrganizationiFAOj, Japanese people consumed about 530 thousand tons of tuna, which was equivalent to about the quarter of the world's gross tuna catches (slightly more than two million tons) in 2005. Among all the tuna consumed in Japan, bluefin tuna, which regarded as a synonym for high quality, was 44 thousand tons. The total amount of the supply of tuna without imported one was 19 thousand tons and about five percent of them was from Aomori Prefecture. The special characteristic of bluefin tuna from Aomori was that it gained high evaluations from the market. So much so, in 2001, a tuna (202 kilograms) from Oma, Aomori Prefecture, was priced as much as 20.2 million yen at the wholesale market in Tokyo.

 

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Japan is the world's most enthusiastic consumers of tuna. According to the Food and Agriculture OrganizationiFAOj, Japanese people consumed about 530 thousand tons of tuna, which was were equivalent to about the one quarter of the world's gross tuna catches (slightly more than two million tons) in 2005. Among all the tuna consumed in Japan, bluefinBluefin tuna, which was regarded as a synonym for high quality tuna, was 44 thousand tons. The total amount of the supply of tuna without importeds one was 19 thousand tons and about five percent of them was were from Aomori Prefecture. The special characteristic of bluefinBluefin tuna from Aomori is was that it its high reputation gained high evaluations from in the market. So much so, in 2001, a tuna (202 kilograms) from Oma, Aomori Prefecture, was priced as much as 20.2 million yen at the wholesale market in Tokyo.

 

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Japan is the world's most enthusiastic consumers of tuna. According to the Food and Agriculture OrganizationiFAOj, Japanese people consumed about 530 thousand tons of tuna, which were equivalent to about one quarter of the world's gross tuna catch (slightly more than two million tons) in 2005. Among all the tuna consumed in Japan, Bluefin tuna, which was regarded as a synonym for high quality tuna, was 44 thousand tons. The total amount of the supply of tuna without imports was 19 thousand tons and about five percent of them were from Aomori Prefecture. The special characteristic of Bluefin tuna from Aomori is its high reputation in the market. So much so, in 2001, a tuna (202 kilograms) from Oma, Aomori Prefecture, was priced as much as 20.2 million yen at the wholesale market in Tokyo.

 

 

“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚Vi‚¾‚Á‚¿A23 June 16j

 

Japanese consume tuna the most in the world. The FAO publishes that Japanese ate approximately 530,000 tons of tuna, which occupied a quarter of world's gross tuna catches in 2005 (over 2 million tons). The domestic supply of black-tuna, which is a representative of expensive tuna, was about 44000 tons. The supply excluding imported black-tuna was about 19,000 tons, and then about five percent of it was caught in Aomori Prefecture. High market value of Aomori black-tuna is outstanding. For example, in 2001, Oma black-tuna (202 kg) was evaluated as 20.2 million yen at Tokyo whole sale fish market.

 

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Japanese1 consumes tuna the most in the world. The FAO publishes that the Japanese people ate approximately 530,000 tons of tuna in 2005, which was occupied a quarter of world's gross tuna catches of tuna that year in 2005 (over 2 million tons). The total domestic supply2 of black-tuna (domestic plus imported), which was is a representative of expensive kinds of tuna, was about 44,000 tons. The domestic supply excluding imported black-tuna was about 19,000 tons, and then of which about five percent of it was caught in Aomori Prefecture. The Hhigh market value of Aomori black-tuna is outstanding. For example, in 2001, an Oma black-tuna (202 kilograms, kg) was evaluated sold at as 20.2 million yen at the Tokyo whole sale fish market.

 

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1.       The Japanese people consume tuna the most in the world. ‚Æ•\Œ»‚·‚é‚Ɓu“ú–{lv‚ª¢ŠE‚ňê”Ôƒ}ƒOƒ‚ðH‚ׂéi—Ⴆ‚ΏH“‹›‚æ‚肽‚­‚³‚ñH‚ׂéj‚Æ‚¢‚¤‚悤‚È”äŠr‚ª‰Â”\‚Å‚·BJapan consumes tune the most in the world.‚Æ‚·‚é‚ÆŽåŒê‚Í“ú–{‚Ì‚¢‚¤‘‚Å‚·‚©‚çA‘“¯Žm‚Ì”äŠr‚É‚È‚èA“ú–{‚ª¢ŠE’†‚ňê”Ô‘½—ʂ̃}ƒOƒ‚ðÁ”ï‚·‚éA‚Æ‚Í‚Á‚«‚肵‚Ü‚·B

 

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Japan consumes tuna the most in the world. The FAO publishes that the Japanese people ate approximately 530,000 tons of tuna in 2005, which was a quarter of world's catch of tuna that year (over 2 million tons). The total supply of black-tuna (domestic plus imported), which was  a representative of expensive kinds of tuna, was about 44,000 tons. The domestic supply excluding imported black-tuna was about 19,000 tons, of which about five percent was caught in Aomori Prefecture. The high market value of Aomori black-tuna is outstanding. For example, in 2001, an Oma black-tuna (202 kilograms, ) was sold at 20.2 million yen at the Tokyo whole sale fish market.

 

 

“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚UiLucca, 23 February 15j

 

Japan is the country where the consumption of "tuna" is the highest in the world. In 2005 the worldfs total tuna catch was over 2 million tons according to the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO). The Japanese people ate up 530 thousand tons of tuna which was equivalent to one forth of the worldfs total tuna catch. In Japan "black tuna" comes in first or second place in the fancy food. As many as 44 thousand of black tuna were supplied in the domestic markets. The total domestic catch of black tuna was 19 thousand tons, of which about 5 percent came from Aomori Prefecture. Black tunas coming from Aomori are top-ranked in the domestic fish markets. A 202 kilogram-black tuna landed at Ohma Port in Aomori was sold at 20.2 million yen at the Tokyo Fish Market in 2001.

 

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Japan is the country where the consumption of "tuna" is the highest in the world. In 2005 the worldfs total tuna catch was over 2 million tons according to the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO). The Japanese people ate up 530 thousand tons of tuna which was equivalent to one forth of the worldfs total tuna catch. In Japan "black tuna" comes in the first or second place in the fancy quality ranking of tuna1 food. As many as 44 thousand of black tuna were supplied in the domestic markets. The total domestic catch of black tuna was 19 thousand tons, of which about 5 percent came from Aomori Prefecture. Black tunas coming from Aomori are is top-ranked in the domestic fish markets. A 202 kilogram-black tuna landed at Ohma Port in Aomori was sold at 20.2 million yen at the Tokyo Fish Market in 2001.

 

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Japan is the country where the consumption of tuna is the highest in the world. In 2005 the worldfs total tuna catch was over 2 million tons according to the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO). The Japanese people ate up 530 thousand tons of tuna which was equivalent to one forth of the worldfs total tuna catch. In Japan black tuna comes in the first or second place in the quality ranking of tuna. As many as 44 thousand of black tuna were supplied in the domestic market. The total domestic catch of black tuna was 19 thousand tons, of which about 5 percent came from Aomori Prefecture. Black tuna coming from Aomori is top-ranked in the domestic fish market. A 202 kilogram-black tuna landed at Ohma Port in Aomori was sold at 20.2 million yen at the Tokyo Fish Market in 2001.

 

 

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Japan is the worldfs largest tuna consumer country. According to FAOfs information, about 530 thousand tons of tuna, equivalent to one-quarter of worldfs gross tuna catches (over 200 million tons) in 2005, had been consumed in Japanese stomachs. Of them, the national supply of bluefin tuna, which is the representative of expensive tuna, was about 44 thousand tons. Its national catches excluding import ones were 19 thousand tons, and about 5 % of it was caught in Aomori Prefecture. A beneficial feature of bluefin tuna caught in Aomori Prefecture is its high market evaluation. For example, in 2001, a bluefin tuna (202 kilograms) caught in Ooma was auctioned at a price of 20.2 million yen at Tokyo wholesale market.

 

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Japan is the worldfs largest tuna consumer country. According to FAOfs information, about 530 thousand tons of tuna, equivalent to one-quarter of worldfs total gross tuna catches (over 200 million tons) in 2005, was had been consumed in Japanese stomachs. Of them those tune, the national supply of blue-fin tuna, which is the most popular kind representative of expensive tuna, was about 44 thousand tons. Its national catches, excluding imported ones was were 19 thousand tons., and aAbout 5 % of it was caught in Aomori Prefecture. A beneficial feature of The blue-fin tuna caught in Aomori Prefecture is known for its high market value evaluation. For example, in 2001, a blue-fin tuna (202 kilograms) caught in Ooma was auctioned for at a price of 20.2 million yen at the Tokyo Fish Market1 wholesale market.

 

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Japan is the worldfs largest tuna consumer country. According to FAO, about 530 thousand tons of tuna, equivalent to one-quarter of worldfs total tuna catch (over 200 million tons) in 2005, was consumed in Japan. Of those tune, the national supply of blue-fin tuna, the most popular kind of expensive tuna, was about 44 thousand tons. Its national catch, excluding imported ones was 19 thousand tons. About 5 % of it was caught in Aomori Prefecture. The blue-fin tuna caught in Aomori Prefecture is known for its high market value. For example, in 2001, a blue-fin tuna (202 kilograms) caught in Ooma was auctioned for 20.2 million yen at the Tokyo Fish Market1 .

 

 

“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚Simxtomi, 12 April 11j

 

Japan is the top tuna consuming country in the world. The Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) says that out of a little over two million tons of worldfs gross catches in 2005, a quarter of the catches or 530 thousand tons of tuna, were eaten up by Japanese. Of the 530 thousand tons, 44 thousand tons were accounted for by blue fin tuna, a byword for high quality tuna. Further, 19 thousand tons of blue fin tuna were caught domestically and 5% of the domestic catches were from Aomori Prefecture. The blue fin tuna from Aomori is characterized by its high reputation in the market. In 2001, a 202-kilogram blue fin tuna from Oma City, Aomori was sold at as high as 20.2 million yen in the Tokyofs tuna wholesale market.

 

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Japan is the top tuna consuming country in the world. The Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) says that out of a little over two million tons of worldfs gross total catches in 2005, a quarter of the catches or 530 thousand tons of tuna, were eaten up by the Japanese. Of the 530 thousand tons, 44 thousand tons were accounted for by blue fin tuna, a byword for high quality tuna. Further, 19 thousand tons of blue fin tuna were caught domestically and 5% of the domestic catches were from Aomori Prefecture. The blue fin tuna from Aomori is characterized by its has high reputation in the market. In 2001, a 202-kilogram blue fin tuna from Oma City, Aomori was sold at as high as 20.2 million yen in the Tokyofs tuna wholesale market.

 

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Japan is the top tuna consuming country in the world. The Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) says that out of a little over two million tons of worldfs total catches in 2005, a quarter of the catches or 530 thousand tons of tuna, were eaten up by the Japanese. Of the 530 thousand tons, 44 thousand tons were accounted for by blue fin tuna, a byword for high quality tuna. Further, 19 thousand tons of blue fin tuna were caught domestically and 5% of the domestic catches were from Aomori Prefecture. The blue fin tuna from Aomori has high reputation in the market. In 2001, a 202-kilogram blue fin tuna from Oma City, Aomori was sold at as high as 20.2 million yen in the Tokyofs tuna wholesale market.

 

 

“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚RiSpeedy, 18 April 09j

 

Japanese is the biggest consumer of tuna in the world. The FAO stated that in 2005 Japanese consumed 530 thousands tons of tuna which represented one forth of worldfs total tuna catch (over 2 million tons). 44 thousand tons of black tuna, which enjoys the reputation of the best tuna, was supplied to the domestic market. The total domestic catch of black tuna, excluding imports, was 19 thousand tons and 5 percent of it came from Aomori Prefecture. Black tuna coming from Aomori Prefecture feathers high reputation in fish market. At the Tokyo Fish Market, black tuna (202 kilograms) coming from Ohma City, Aomori Prefecture, was sold at 20.2 million yen in 2001.

 

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Japanese Japan is the biggest consumer of tuna in the world. The Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) stated that in 2005 Japanese Japan consumed 530 thousands tons of tuna which represented one forth of the worldfs total tuna catch (over 2 million tons). Out of that, 44 thousand tons of black tuna, which enjoys the reputation of the best kind of tuna, was supplied to the domestic market. The total domestic catch of black tuna, excluding imports, was 19 thousand tons and 5 percent of it came from Aomori Prefecture. Black tuna coming from Aomori Prefecture feathers fetch a high price reputation in the fish market. At the Tokyo Fish Market, one black tuna (about 202 kilograms) coming from Ohma City, Aomori Prefecture, was sold at 20.2 million yen in 2001.

 

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Japan is the biggest consumer of tuna in the world. The Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) stated that in 2005 Japan consumed 530 thousand tons of tuna which represented one forth of the worldfs total tuna catch (over 2 million tons). Out of that, 44 thousand tons of black tuna, which enjoys the reputation of the best kind of tuna, was supplied to the domestic market. The total domestic catch of black tuna, excluding imports, was 19 thousand tons and 5 percent of it came from Aomori Prefecture. Black tuna coming from Aomori Prefecture fetch a high price in the fish market. At the Tokyo Fish Market, one black tuna (about 202 kilograms) coming from Ohma City, Aomori Prefecture, was sold at 20.2 million yen in 2001.

 

 

“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚QiŠâ‚¿‚á‚ñA25 June 08j

 

Japan is world's largest consumer of tuna. According to FOA, Japanese ate one fourth ( about 530 thousand tons) of world's gross fish catches (2000 thousand tons) in 2005. Bluefin is a representative of high-class tuna. The supply of bluefin in Japan was about 440 thousand tons in weight. The fish catches of bluefin in Japan except imported one were 19 thousand tons in weight. About 5 % of them are fished in Aomori Prefecture. Bluefin from Aomori Prefecture has always high popularity in the market. Bluefin (202 kg) at Oma in Aomori Prefecture was priced at 20,200,000 yen in Tokyo market.

 

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Japan is world's largest consumer of tuna. According to the Food and Agriculture Organization (FOA), the Japanese people ate one -fourth ( about 530 thousand tons) of world's total gross tuna fish catches (2,000 thousand tons) in 2005. The Bluefin tuna is a representative of high-quality class tuna. The supply of bluefin tuna in Japan was is‚P about 440 thousand tons in weight of which . The fish catches of bluefin in Japan except imported one were 19 thousand tons are caught around Japan and the rest imported from overseas2in weight. About 5 % of the domestic Bluefin tuna are caught them are fished in Aomori Prefecture3. The Bluefin tuna from Aomori Prefecture has always has a high price popularity in the market. A Bluefin (202 kg) from at Oma in Aomori Prefecture was once priced at 20,200,000 yen in the Tokyo Wholesale Fish mMarket4.

 

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3.       ÂXŒ§‚ÅŠl‚ꂽ‹›A‚Ì•\Œ»‚à“‚¢‚Å‚·‚ˁB‚±‚±‚ł̓}ƒOƒ‚̘b‚ð‚µ‚Ä‚¢‚é‚Ì‚ÅŠC‚Ì‹›‚ÉŒÀ‚Á‚Ä‚Ý‚Ü‚·BÂXŒ§‰«‚Ì‹ß‚­‚ÌŠC‚Å’Þ‚Á‚АXŒ§‚Ì‹™`‚Ő…—g‚°‚³‚ê‚éƒ}ƒOƒi—Ⴆ‚Î’ÃŒyŠC‹¬‚Å’Þ‚Á‚Ä‘åŠÔ‹™`‚ɐ…—g‚°‚³‚ê‚é‘åŠÔƒ}ƒOƒj‚È‚çthe tuna caught in the sea off the coast of Aomori Prefecture and landed at ports in the prefecture‚Æ‚È‚è‚Ü‚·‚ªA“Yí‚̂悤the tune caught in Aomori Prefecture‚Å‚æ‚¢‚Å‚µ‚傤B

 

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Japan is world's largest consumer of tuna. According to the Food and Agriculture Organization (FOA), the Japanese people ate one-fourth ( about 530 thousand tons) of world's total tuna catch (2,000 thousand tons) in 2005. The Bluefin tuna is a representative of high-quality tuna. The supply of bluefin tuna in Japan is about 440 thousand tons of which 19 thousand tons are caught around Japan and the rest imported from overseas. About 5 % of the domestic Bluefin tuna are caught in Aomori Prefecture. The Bluefin tuna from Aomori Prefecture always has a high price in the market. A Bluefin (202 kg) from Oma in Aomori Prefecture was once priced at 20,200,000 yen in the Tokyo Wholesale Fish Market.

 

 

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Japan has been the top tuna consuming country in the world. The Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) says Japanese people consumed about 530,000 tons of tuna in 2005, which of a quarter of worldwide's tuna catch, slightly more than two million tons. Among tuna fish, bluefin tuna is known as expensive fish and it's kind of like brand name in Japan. Bluefin tuna consumption in Japan is about 44 thousand tons, which of 19 thousand tons are domestic catch and 5 percent of them are catch in the Pacific Ocean of Aomori Prefecture in Japan. The Bluefin tuna catch in Aomori, is always high-flying fish at Japan's fish Market. In fact, a 202-kilogram bluefin tuna of Oma cape in Aomori, was priced at 20.2 million yen at the Tokyo's wholesale fish market in 2001.

 

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Japan has been the top tuna consuming country in the world. The Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) says Japanese people consumed about 530,000 tons of tuna in 2005, which of was a quarter of worldwide's tuna catch, of1 slightly more than two million tons. Among tuna fish, bluefin tuna is known as the more expensive kind fish and is often used as the name for high-grade tune fish it's kind of like brand name2 in Japan. Bluefin tuna consumption in Japan is about 44 thousand tons, of which of 19 thousand tons are a domestic catch. About and 5 percent of the domestic catch3 comes from them are catch in the Pacific Ocean of Aomori Prefecture in Japan. The Bluefin tuna catch from in Aomori, is highly valued always high-flying fish4 at Japan's fish Mmarkets. In fact, a 202-kilogram bluefin tuna of from Oma cape in Aomori Prefecture5, was priced sold at 20.2 million yen at at the Tokyo's wholesale fish market in 2001.

 

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2.       u‚‹‰ƒ}ƒOƒ‚Ì‘ã–¼ŽŒ‚Å‚ ‚éƒNƒƒ}ƒOƒv‚Æ‚¢‚¤•\Œ»‚Ì’†g‚ðl‚¦‚é‚Ɠ‚¢‚Å‚·‚ˁBu‚‹‰ƒ}ƒOƒ‚Í‚¢‚ë‚¢‚ë‚ ‚邪AƒNƒƒ}ƒOƒ‚ªÅ‚àl‹C‚ª‚ ‚évAu‚‹‰ƒ}ƒOƒ‚Í‚¢‚ë‚¢‚ë‚ ‚邪AƒNƒƒ}ƒOƒ‚ō‚‹‰ƒ}ƒOƒˆê”Ê‚ð‘ã•\‚·‚év‚È‚Ç‚Æà–¾‚Å‚«‚é‚Å‚µ‚傤‚©B“Yí‚Å‚ÍŒãŽÒ‚ð‚Æ‚è‚Ü‚µ‚½‚ªA‘OŽÒ‚¾‚ƁAis most popular in Japan‚Æ‚È‚é‚Å‚µ‚傤B‚È‚¨Aƒuƒ‰ƒ“ƒhƒl[ƒ€‚Í“ú–{Œê‚ŁAa brand name‚Ɂu‚ ‚éŽí—ނ̐»•i‚Ì’†‚Å“Á•Ê‚É—L–¼‚È‚à‚́v‚Æ‚¢‚¤ˆÓ–¡‚Í‚ ‚è‚Ü‚¹‚ñB

 

3.       “Yí‚̂悤‚É‚·‚é‚Æ‚±‚Ì‚Tƒp[ƒZƒ“ƒg‚ª‚È‚É‚©‚Í‚Á‚«‚肵‚Ü‚·B

 

4.       flying fishƒgƒrƒEƒI‚È‚Ì‚Å“Yí‚̂悤‚É‚µ‚Ü‚µ‚½B

 

5.       ”_ì•¨‚È‚çŽY’n‚Í‚±‚Ì”_ì•¨‚̈琬‚³‚ꂽ‚Æ‚±‚ë‚Å‚·‚ªA‹›‚ÌŽY’n‚Æ‚È‚é‚ÆŠC‚Å‚·‚ˁB‚µ‚©‚µˆê”Ê“I‚ɂ́u`‹›`‚ɐ…—g‚°‚³‚ꂽ‹›v‚Æ‹™`‚̏ꏊ‚ðŽg‚¢‚Ü‚·B‚±‚±‚Å‚Í‚»‚ê‚ɏ]‚Á‚Ätune from Oma, Aomori Prefecture‚Æ‚µ‚Ü‚µ‚½B

 

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Japan has been the top tuna consuming country in the world. The Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) says Japanese people consumed about 530,000 tons of tuna in 2005, which was a quarter of world's tuna catch of slightly more than two million tons. Among tuna fish, bluefin tuna is known as the more expensive kind and is often used as the name for high-grade tune fish in Japan. Bluefin tuna consumption in Japan is about 44 thousand tons, of which 19 thousand tons are a domestic catch. About 5 percent of the domestic catch comes from Aomori Prefecture in Japan. The Bluefin tuna from Aomori is highly valued at Japan's fish markets. In fact, a 202-kilogram bluefin tuna from Oma in Aomori Prefecture was sold at 20.2 million yen at the Tokyo's wholesale fish market in 2001.

 

 

“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še iKalo, 3 May 07j

 

Japan is the world's biggest tuna consumer. Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) says the Japanese people consumed 530,000 tons of tuna in 2005, accounting for a quarter of the world's annual fishing quota - slightly more than two million tons. Out of the 530,000 tons of domestic tuna consumption, blue fin tuna, which is expensive but popular among the Japanese people, accounted for 44,000 tons. The Japan's fishing quota of blue fin tuna amounted to 19,000 tons in 2005, and 5 percent of them came from Aomori Prefecture. Blue fin tuna caught of Aomori Prefecture are highly valued in the market. In fact, a 202-kilogram blue fin tuna caught of Oma, Aomori Prefecture sold for 20.2 million yen at the Tokyo's wholesale fish market in 2001.

  

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Japan is the world's biggest tuna consumer. The Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) says the Japanese people consumed 530,000 tons of tuna in 2005, accounting for a quarter of the world's annual tuna catch of1 fishing quota - slightly more than two million tons. Out of the 530,000 tons of domestic tuna consumption, blue fin tuna, which is expensive but popular among the Japanese people2, accounted for 44,000 tons. The Japan's fishing quota of bBlue fin tuna caught around the Japanese islands3 amounted to 19,000 tons in 2005, and 5 percent of them came from Aomori Prefecture. Blue fin tuna caught of from Aomori Prefecture are highly valued in the market. In fact4, a 202-kilogram blue fin tuna caught of at Oma, Aomori Prefecture sold for 20.2 million yen at the Tokyo's wholesale fish market in 2001.

 

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1.       ”Žš‚Ì‘½‚¢‚̂ŁA‚ǂ̐”Žš‚ª‚È‚É‚ð‚³‚·‚©–¾Šm‚É“ÇŽÒ‚É‚µ‚点‚éH•v‚ª•K—v‚È•ªì—p‚Å‚·BJapanese people consumed 530,000 tons of tuna in 2005, accounting for a quarter of the world's annual fishing quota - slightly more than two million tons.‚Í‚¤‚Á‚©‚è‚·‚é‚Ɖºü•”•ª‚ða quarter of the world's annual fishing quota‚Æ“¯Ši‚Æ“Ç‚ñ‚Å‚µ‚Ü‚¢‚Ü‚·B“Yí‚̂悤‚É‚·‚é‚Æ‚æ‚¢‚Å‚µ‚傤Ba quota‚ÍŠ„“–—Ê‚Å‚·B¡”N‚É‚È‚Á‚Ä‚©‚ç‚ ‚éŽí‚̃}ƒOƒ‚Ì”NŠÔ‹™ŠlŠ„“–—Êan annual quota for fish catch‚ª“±“ü‚³‚ê‚Ü‚µ‚½‚ªA‚±‚Ì“ú–{•¶‚Å‚Í’P‚É‹™Šl—Ê‚Ì‚±‚Æ‚ðŒ¾‚Á‚½‚¢‚Ü‚·B

 

2.       u‚‹‰ƒ}ƒOƒ‚Ì‘ã–¼ŽŒ‚Å‚ ‚éƒNƒƒ}ƒOƒv‚ðblue fin tuna, which is expensive but popular among Japanese people‚ÆŒ¾‚¢Š·‚¦‚Äà–¾‚µ‚Ä‚ ‚é‚Ì‚Å‚í‚©‚è‚â‚·‚¢‚Å‚·‚ˁB

 

3.       u‘“à‹™Šl—ʁv‚́u“ú–{‹ßŠC‚ÅŽæ‚ꂽ‹™Šl—ʁv‚É‚µ‚Ü‚µ‚½Bu‘“àv‚ª‰Ê‚½‚µ‚ċߊC‹™‹Æ‚¾‚¯‚Ì‚à‚Ì‚©A‚Ü‚½‚Í“ú–{‚Ì‘DÐ‚ðŽ‚Â‹™‘D‚ª¢ŠE’†‚ÌŠC‚ÅŠl‚Á‚½‚à‚Ì‚©‚í‚©‚è‚Ü‚¹‚ñB

 

4.       In fact,‚Æ‚¢‚¤•¶‚ÌŽn‚܂肪‘O‚Ì•¶‚Ì“à—e‚Ì‘±‚«‚Å‚ ‚邱‚Æ‚ð‹­’²‚µ‚Ä‚¢‚ÄŒø‰Ê“I‚Å‚·B

 

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Japan is the world's biggest tuna consumer. The Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) says Japanese people consumed 530,000 tons of tuna in 2005, accounting for a quarter of the world's tuna catch of slightly more than two million tons. Out of the 530,000 tons of domestic tuna consumption, blue fin tuna, which is expensive but popular among Japanese people, accounted for 44,000 tons. Blue fin tuna caught around the Japanese islands amounted to 19,000 tons in 2005 and 5 percent of them came from Aomori Prefecture. Blue fin tuna from Aomori Prefecture are highly valued in the market. In fact, a 202-kilogram blue fin tuna caught at Oma, Aomori Prefecture sold for 20.2 million yen at the Tokyo's wholesale fish market in 2001.

 

 

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Sweet potatoes which are the raw ingredient for Imo-shochu (spirit distilled from sweet potato) are directly brought from farmers to shochu breweries and are conveyed to each manufacturing process. Workers rinse the sweet potatoes in water by machines to wash the dirt from them. Then the potatoes are carried by a belt conveyor and female workers lined with the conveyor on either side examine the potatoes one by one. When they find a bruised potato, they cut off the damaged part of the potato by a knife. If they let an ill-conditioned potato pass, it will immediately smell strange. The selection of potatoes is the first hurdle of the entire Imo-shochu making process. 

 

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Sweet potatoes which are the raw ingredient for Imo-shochu (spirit distilled from sweet potato) are directly brought from farmerss to shochu breweries and are immediately put into conveyed to each the production manufacturing process. Workers rinse the sweet potatoes in water by machines to wash the dirt away from them. Then the potatoes are carried by a belt conveyor and female workers lined on both sides of with the conveyor on either side examine the potatoes one by one. When they find a bruised potato, they cut off the damaged part of the potato by a knife. If they let a spoiled an ill-conditioned potato pass, it will immediately spoil the flavor of shochu smell strange. The selection of potatoes is the first hurdle of the entire Imo-shochu making process. 

 

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Sweet potatoes which are the raw ingredient for Imo-shochu (spirit distilled from sweet potato) are directly brought from farms to shochu breweries and are immediately put into the production process. Workers rinse the sweet potatoes in water by machines to wash the dirt away from them. Then the potatoes are carried by a belt conveyor and female workers lined on both sides of the conveyor examine the potatoes one by one. When they find a bruised potato, they cut off the damaged part of the potato by a knife. If they let a bruised potato pass, it will spoil the flavor of shochu. The selection of potatoes is the first hurdle of the entire Imo-shochu making process. 

 

 

“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚UiLucca, 8 March 15j

 

Imo-syochu which is a popular distilled spirit in Kagoshima Prefecture is made from sweet potatoes. Sweet potatoes are transported directly from farms to a brewery. In the brewery, potatoes are washed by a machine immediately after the arrival and placed on a conveyer belt. Then, female employees lining up on both sides of the belt carefully check the potatoes one by one and cut off their damaged parts. As potatoes with damages ruin the aroma of the imo-syochu, ensuring a good quality of potatoes is the first important process to make good imo-syocyu.

 

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Imo-syochu which is a popular distilled spirit in Kagoshima Prefecture is made from sweet potatoes. Sweet potatoes are transported directly from farms to a brewery. In the brewery, potatoes are washed by a machine immediately after the arrival and placed on a conveyer belt. Then, female employees lining up on both sides of the belt carefully check the potatoes one by one and cut off their damaged parts. As potatoes with damages ruin the aroma of the imo-syochu, ensuring the a good1 quality of potatoes is the first important process to make good imo-syocyu.

 

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1.       ‚±‚Ì•¶–¬‚Å‚Íthe quality of potatoes‚Łu‚•iŽ¿‚̃WƒƒƒKƒCƒ‚v‚Æ‚í‚©‚è‚Ü‚·B

 

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Imo-syochu which is a popular distilled spirit in Kagoshima Prefecture is made from sweet potatoes. Sweet potatoes are transported directly from farms to a brewery. In the brewery, potatoes are washed by a machine immediately after the arrival and placed on a conveyer belt. Then, female employees lining up on both sides of the belt carefully check the potatoes one by one and cut off their damaged parts. As potatoes with damages ruin the aroma of the imo-syochu, ensuring the quality of potatoes is the first important process to make good imo-syocyu.

 

 

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Sweet potatoes are shipped from farmers directly to distilleries, where they are soon put into the production process of Imo-shochu, a popular distilled spirit in Kagoshima Prefecture. They are machine-washed to remove the dirt and sent to a conveyer-belt. Female employees sitting along either side of the conveyer-belt then pick up each of them for screening. When these checkers find any spoiled parts on the potatoes, they immediately cut off the spoiled parts. If off-specification potatoes are passed over unnoticed to following processes, the aroma of the finished products will be spoiled. The screening process of potatoes is the first hurdle that must be cleared to produce quality Imo-shochu.

 

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Sweet potatoes for Imo-shochu1, a popular distilled spirit in Kagoshima Prefecture, are shipped from farmers directly to distilleries, where they are soon put into the production process of Imo-shochu, a popular distilled spirit in Kagoshima Prefecture. They are machine-washed to remove the dirt and sent to a conveyer-belt. Female employees sitting standing2 along either both sides of the conveyer-belt then pick up each of them for screening. When these checkers find any spoiled parts on the potatoes, they immediately cut off the spoiled parts. If off-specification potatoes with spoiled parts are missed and sent passed over unnoticed to the following processes, the aroma of the finished products will be spoiled. The screening process of potatoes is the first hurdle that must be cleared to produce quality Imo-shochu.

 

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Sweet potatoes for Imo-shochu, a popular distilled spirit in Kagoshima Prefecture, are shipped from farmers directly to distilleries. They are machine-washed to remove the dirt and sent to a conveyer-belt. Female employees standing along both sides of the conveyer-belt then pick up each of them for screening. When these checkers find any spoiled parts on the potatoes, they immediately cut off the spoiled parts. If potatoes with spoiled parts are missed and sent to the following processes, the aroma of the finished products will be spoiled. The screening process of potatoes is the first hurdle that must be cleared to produce quality Imo-shochu.

 

 

“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚SiSpeedy, 25 April 09j

 

Imo-syochu, one of the distilled spirits, in Kagoshima Prefecture is made from sweet potato. Sweet potatoes are carried from farm house directly and the making process starts soon in a brewery. After cleaning off sweet potatoes by machine, they are placed on a conveyer belt. Female employees lining up on both sides of the conveyor belt check each potato carefully and chop off any damaging parts of the potato. If the employees miss any damaging potatoes, the aroma of imo-syochu would be spoiled. Checking the quality of sweet potatoes is the first step for making good imo-syochu.

 

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Imo-syochu, one of the distilled spirits popular, in Kagoshima Prefecture, is made from sweet potatoes. Sweet potatoes are carried directly from farms house directly to a brewery and the production making process starts immediately soon in a brewery. After cleaning off sSweet potatoes are first washed by a machine, then they are placed on a conveyer belt1. Female employees lining up on both sides of the conveyor belt check each potato carefully and chop off any damaginged parts of the potato. If the employees miss any damaginged potatoes are left unchecked and used for imo-shochu, they will spoil the aroma of imo-syochu would be spoiled1. Checking the quality of sweet potatoes is the first step for making good imo-syochu.

 

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1.       After (employees) cleaning off sweet potatoes by machine, they (sweet potatoes) are placed on a conveyer belt. ‚Æ‚¢‚¤‚悤‚ɏ]‘®ß‚ÆŽåß‚ÌŽåŒê‚ªˆÙ‚È‚é‚Æ“à—e‚ª‚í‚©‚è“ï‚¢‚̂ŁA“Yí‚̂悤‚É“ˆê‚µ‚Ü‚·B

 

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Imo-syochu, one of the distilled spirits popular in Kagoshima Prefecture, is made from sweet potatoes. Sweet potatoes are carried directly from farms to a brewery and the production  process starts immediately . Sweet potatoes are first washed by a machine, then they are placed on a conveyer belt. Female employees lining up on both sides of the conveyor belt check each potato carefully and chop off any damaged parts. If any damaged potatoes are left unchecked and used for imo-shochu, they will spoil the aroma of imo-syochu. Checking the quality of sweet potatoes is the first step for making good imo-syochu.

 

 

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Imo-shochu in Kagoshima Prefecture is made from sweet potatoes. Sweet potatoes harvested at a farmer are directly carried to a manufacturer. After dropping soil from sweet potatoes with water, they are put on a conveyer.

 

Female workers at the both sides of the conveyer check every sweet potato. If they find scratched one, they cut off its part with a knife. As bad sweet potatoes give a bad smell to shochu, the first inspection to produce shochu is to select bad sweet potatoes.

 

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Imo-shochu (a kind of distilled spirit) in Kagoshima Prefecture is made from sweet potatoes. Sweet potatoes harvested in the field at a farmer are directly brought into carried to a manufacturering plant. After cleaning dropping soil from sweet potatoes of soil with water, they are put placed on a conveyer.

 

Female workers lined at the both sides of the conveyer check every sweet potato. If they find any spoiled part‚P scratched on the potato one, they cut off the part off its part with a knife. As spoiled bad sweet potatoes give a bad smell to shochu, the first step inspection to produce shochu is to select sort out bad spoiled sweet potatoes.

 

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Imo-shochu (a kind of distilled spirit) in Kagoshima Prefecture is made from sweet potatoes. Sweet potatoes harvested in the field are directly brought into to a manufacturing plant. After cleaning sweet potatoes of soil with water, they are placed on a conveyer.

 

Female workers lined at both sides of the conveyer check every sweet potato. If they find any spoiled part on the potato, they cut the part off with a knife. As spoiled sweet potatoes give a bad smell to shochu, the first step to produce shochu is to sort out spoiled sweet potatoes.

 

 

“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚QiKalo, 18 May 07j

 

Imo Jochu (a type of distilled liquor) is a famous local product of Kagoshima Prefecture. As imo Jochu is made only from newly harvested sweat potatoes, they need to be processed shortly after delivered from farms. Brewers wash sweat potatoes by machine to remove dirt and put them on a conveyor belt. Then, female workers standing in a row at both sides of the belt conveyor pick up and check every single sweat potato to cut off damaged parts of it with a knife. Once damaged parts are overlooked and used, they will spoil the distinctive aroma of Imo Jochu. That's why choosing sweat potatoes with great care is the first important step in producing tasty Imo Jochu, the brewers say.

 

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Imo Jochu (a type of distilled liquor)1 is a famous local product of Kagoshima Prefecture. As imo Jochu is made only from newly harvested sweat sweet potatoes, they sweet pototoes need to be processed shortly after being2 delivered from farms to distilleries3. At distilleries Brewers sweet potatoes4 are washed sweat potatoes by machine to remove dirt and are placed put them on a conveyor belt. Then, female workers standing in a row at both sides of the belt conveyor belt pick up and check every single sweat sweet potato to cut off damaged parts of it with a knife. Once the damaged parts are overlooked and used, they will spoil the distinctive aroma of Imo Jochu. That's why choosing sweat sweet potatoes with great care is the first important step in producing tasty Imo Jochu, the brewers distillers say.

 

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Imo Jochu (a type of distilled liquor) is a famous local product of Kagoshima Prefecture. As imo Jochu is made only from newly harvested sweet potatoes, sweet potatoes need to be processed shortly after being delivered from farms to distilleries. At distilleries sweet potatoes are washed by machine to remove dirt and are placed on a conveyor belt. Then, female workers standing in a row at both sides of the conveyor belt pick up and check every single sweet potato to cut off damaged parts with a knife. Once the damaged parts are overlooked and used, they will spoil the distinctive aroma of Imo Jochu. That's why choosing sweet potatoes with great care is the first important step in producing tasty Imo Jochu, distillers say.

 

 

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"Imo-jochu" is a distilled alcoholic beverage made from sweet potato. Also, it is special local product in Kagoshima Prefecture, Japan. The sweet potato which is raw material of imo-jochu deliver straight to sake breweries from farmers, and right away they are produced imo-jochu by brewery process. First, rinse off the sweet potatoes' dirt in water using machines, place them on the conveyor belt. Female employees line up each side of the conveyor belt looking at each potato carefully, taking out any with bad spots and cut them off. If they miss bad potato once, the aroma of imo-jochu will be change quickly. The selection of sweet potato is the first step of difficulty for making imo-jochu.

 

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"Imo-jochu" is a distilled alcoholic beverage made from sweet potatoes1. Also, iIt is a special local product in Kagoshima Prefecture, Japan. The sSweet potatoes2 which are is raw material used for of imo-jochu are delivered straight to sake breweries from farmers, and right away they are put into the produced imo-jochu by production brewery process right away. First, rinse off the dirt from sweet potatoes' dirt in the water using machines,and place them on the conveyor belt. Then,3 Ffemale employees line lining up each on both sides of the conveyor belt examine4 looking at each potato carefully and, chop off taking out any with bad damaged parts of the potato spots and cut them off. If they miss any damaged bad potato once, the aroma of imo-jochu will be spoiled change quickly. Checking the quality The selection5 of sweet potatoes is the first crucial step of difficulty for making good imo-jochu.

 

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"Imo-jochu" is a distilled alcoholic beverage made from sweet potatoes. It is a special local product in Kagoshima Prefecture, Japan. Sweet potatoes which are used for imo-jochu are delivered straight to sake breweries from farmers and put into the production process right away. First, rinse off the dirt from sweet potatoes in the machine and place them on the conveyor belt. Then, female employees lining up on both sides of the conveyor belt examine  each potato carefully and chop off any damaged parts of the potato. If they miss any damaged potato, the aroma of imo-jochu will be spoiled . Checking the quality of sweet potatoes is the first crucial step for making good imo-jochu.

 

 

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According to the Fire Defense Agency, the death toll of snow-related accidents in the Tohoku Region this winter involving elderly people (at least 65 years old) as of March 22, 2007, climbed to 28.  

Situations at the occurrence of each incident were as follows:

·  A total of 13 people fell from a roof while shoveling the snow off the housetop.

·  A total of 8 people were buried in snow while removing snow.

·  A total of 5 people collapsed from an illness (heart failure, stroke, etc.).

 

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According to the Fire Defense Agency, the death toll of snow-related accidents in the Tohoku Region this winter involving elderly people (at least 65 years old) as of March 22, 2007, climbed to 28.  

Situations at the occurrence of each incident were They died as follows:

·  A total of 13 people fell from a roof while shoveling the snow off the housetop.

·  A total of 8 people were buried in under the snow while removing snow.

·  A total of 5 people collapsed from an illness (heart failure, stroke, etc.).

 

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According to the Fire Defense Agency, the death toll of snow-related accidents in the Tohoku Region this winter involving elderly people (at least 65 years old) as of March 22, 2007, climbed to 28.  

They died as follows:

·  A total of 13 people fell from a roof while shoveling the snow off the housetop.

·  A total of 8 people were buried under the snow while removing snow.

·  A total of 5 people collapsed from an illness (heart failure, stroke, etc.).

 

 

“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚ViLucca, 8 March 15j

 

The Fire and Disaster Management Agency had compiled a report on death accidents caused by snow in the Tohoku Region this winter. As of 22 March, 2007, the fatalities of elderly aged 65 and over was 28 people. Death accidents happened while they were removing snow. As for the details, 13 people fell from the roof of their house, 8 people were buried under the snow and 5 people died from a heart attack, stroke or other illnesses.

 

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The Fire and Disaster Management Agency had has1 compiled a report on fatal death accidents caused by snow in the Tohoku Region this winter. As of 22 March, 2007, the number of fatalities of elderly aged 65 and over was 28 people. Death The fatal accidents happened while they were removing snow. As for the details, 13 people fell from the roof of their house, 8 people were buried under the snow and 5 people died from a heart attack, stroke or other illnesses.

 

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The Fire and Disaster Management Agency has compiled a report on fatal accidents caused by snow in the Tohoku Region this winter. As of 22 March, 2007, the number of fatalities of elderly aged 65 and over was 28. The fatal accidents happened while they were removing snow. As for the details, 13 people fell from the roof of their house, 8 people were buried under the snow and 5 people died from a heart attack, stroke or other illnesses.

 

 

“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚Uimxtomi, 12 April 11j

 

According to a report compiled by the Fire and Disaster Management Agency, a total of 28 elderly people (65 years old and older) in the Tohoku district have been killed in snow-related accidents as of March 22, 2007. All of these accidents occurred while they were removing the snow. By cause of death, 13 people fell down from the roof, the most common cause of the tragedies, 8 people were buried under the snow and 5 people died from a sudden attack of their chronic diseases such as a heart failure or stroke.

 

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According to a report statistics compiled by the Fire and Disaster Management Agency, a total of 28 elderly people (65 years old and older) in the Tohoku district have been killed in snow-related accidents this winter as of March 22, 2007. All of these accidents occurred while they were removing the snow. By the cause of death, 13 people fell down from the roof, the most common cause of the tragedies, 8 people were buried under the snow and 5 people died from a sudden attack of their chronic diseases such as a heart failure or stroke.

 

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According to statistics compiled by the Fire and Disaster Management Agency, a total of 28 elderly people (65 years old and older) in the Tohoku district have been killed in snow-related accidents this winter as of March 22, 2007. All of these accidents occurred while they were removing the snow. By the cause of death, 13 people fell down from the roof, the most common cause of the tragedies, 8 people were buried under the snow and 5 people died from a sudden attack of their chronic diseases such as a heart failure or stroke.

 

 

“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚TiSpeedy, 5 May 09j

 

As of March 22, 2007, according to a report by the Fire and Disaster Management Agency, the total of 28 elderly people (over the age of 65) have died in the Tohoku region this winter season. The report says that death accident happened while clearing snow. 13 people fell from the roof of their house, which was the most frequent cause of death, 8 people were buried under snow after falling off the roof, and 5 people died from a heart attack, stroke@or other illnesses. 

 

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As of March 22, 2007, according to a report by the Fire and Disaster Management Agency, the a total of 28 elderly people (over the age of 65) have died in the accidents caused by snow in the Tohoku region this winter season. The report says that death the accidents happened while clearing the snow. Thirteen1 13 people fell from the roof of their house, which was the most frequent cause of death, eight 8 people were buried under the2 snow after falling off the roof, and five 5 people died from a heart attack, stroke or other illnesses while clearing the snow. 

 

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As of March 22, 2007, according to a report by the Fire and Disaster Management Agency, a total of 28 elderly people (over the age of 65) have died in the accidents caused by snow in the Tohoku region this winter. The report says that the accidents happened while clearing the snow. Thirteen people fell from the roof of their house, which was the most frequent cause of death, eight people were buried under the snow after falling off the roof, and five people died from a heart attack, stroke or other illnesses while clearing the snow. 

 

 

“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚SiŠâ‚¿‚á‚ñA28 June 08j

 

The Fire and Disaster Management Agency compiled fatal snow accidents of more than 65 years old elderly people in Tohoku district this winter as of 22 March 2007. The people who was killed in accidents were 28 in number. According to its breakdown, 13 people fell down from the roof, 8 people were buried under snow and 5 people died of diseases such as a cardiac paralysis and a stroke while removing snow.

 

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The Fire and Disaster Management Agency compiled fatal snow accidents of people aged more than 65 years and older old elderly people in the Tohoku district this winter. aAs of 22 March 2007., The a total of 28 people were who was killed in snow-related accidents were 28 in number.: According to its breakdown,1 13 people fell down from the roof, 8 people were buried under the2 snow and 5 people died of diseases such as a cardiac paralysis and a stroke while removing the snow.

 

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The Fire and Disaster Management Agency compiled fatal snow accidents of people aged  65 years and older in the Tohoku district this winter. As of 22 March 2007, a total of 28 people were killed in snow-related accidents: 13 people fell down from the roof, 8 people were buried under the snow and 5 people died of diseases such as a cardiac paralysis and a stroke while removing the snow.

 

 

“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚RiYMA, 15 May 08j

 

According an investigation about fatal accidents of this winter performed by the Fire and Disaster Management Agency, a total of 28 elderly people at the age of 65 or more in the Tohoku District have died until March 22. Detailed causes of death are as follows. Falling off from the roof while removing the snow, which killed 13 people, was at the top. Eight people died from being buried by snow and five people died of a heart attack, stroke or other illnesses.  

 

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According an investigation by the Fire and Disaster Management Agency about into fatal accidents while removing the snow of this winter performed by the Fire and Disaster Management Agency, a total of 28 elderly people at the age of 65 or and over more in the Tohoku District have died until March 22 in the Tohoku district. Detailed The causes of death are were1 as follows.: Falling off from the roof while removing the snow (13 people), which killed 13 people, was at the top. Eight people died from being buried under the snow (eight people), by snow and five people died of a heart attacks, strokes or other illnesses (five people).  

 

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According an investigation by the Fire and Disaster Management Agency into fatal accidents while removing the snow this winter, a total of 28 elderly people at the age of 65 and over  have died until March 22 in the Tohoku district. The causes of death were as follows: Falling off from the roof (13 people), buried under the snow (eight people), and heart attacks, strokes or other illnesses (five people).  

 

 

“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚QiKalo, 8 May 07j

 

As of March 22, 2007, a total of 28 elderly people have died in snow-related accidents in the Tohoku region this winter, according to a report by the Fire and Disaster Management Agency. The report says these people were over the age of 65 and all died while clearing snow from roofs. Thirteen people fell to their deaths from the roof of their houses, which was the most frequent cause. Eight people froze or suffocated to death after falling off the roof and being stuck in cleared snow on the ground. And five people died from heart attack, stroke and other sudden illnesses. 

 

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As of March 22, 2007, a total of 28 elderly people have died in snow-related accidents in the Tohoku region this winter, according to a report by the Fire and Disaster Management Agency1. The report says these people were over the age of 65 and all died while clearing snow from roofs. Thirteen people fell to their deaths from the roof of their houses, which was the most frequent cause of death ., Eeight people froze or suffocated to death after falling off the roof and being buried under the snow stuck in cleared snow on the ground., Aand five people died from a heart attack, stroke or and other sudden illnesses2. 

 

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1.       uÁ–h’¡‚ª‚Ü‚Æ‚ß‚½‚Q‚O‚O‚V”N‚RŒŽ‚Q‚Q“úŒ»Ý‚̍¡“~‚̐á‚É‚æ‚é“Œ–k’n•û‚̍‚—îŽÒi‚U‚TÎˆÈãj‚ÌŽ€–SŽ–ŒÌ‚Í‘S•”‚Å‚Q‚Wlv‚́u‚Q‚Wl‚ªŽ–ŒÌ‚ÅŽ€–S‚µ‚½vTwenty-eight people died in accidents.‚ª—vŽ|‚ŁA‚ ‚Æ‚Íó‹µ‚Ìà–¾‚ð‚ǂ̂悤‚É•¶‚É“ü‚ê‚é‚©‚ª–â‘è‚É‚È‚è‚Ü‚·BKalo‚³‚ñ‚́uá‚É‚æ‚鎖ŒÌ‚ŁA‚—îŽÒ‚ªv‚𠕶‚É“ü‚ê‚āATwenty-eight elderly people died in snow-related accidents. ‚Æ‚µ‚Ä‚©‚çŽc‚è‚̏î•ñ‚𐮗‚µ‚Ä‚¢‚Ü‚·B u‚Q‚O‚O‚V”N‚RŒŽ‚Q‚Q“úŒ»Ý‚̍¡“~v‚ð‚Q‚O‚O‚V”N‚RŒŽ‚Q‚Q“úŒ»ÝA‚ƍ¡“~‚ɂ킯‚Ä•¶‚É“ü‚ê‚Ä‚¢‚é‚Ì‚Å•¶‚ª‚í‚©‚è‚â‚·‚­‚È‚Á‚Ä‚¢‚Ü‚·B

 

2.       Šô‚‚©‚ÌŽ–ŒÌ‚̏󋵂ð•À‚ׂĈꕶ‚Åà–¾‚µ‚½‚Ù‚¤‚ª‚í‚©‚è‚â‚·‚¢‚Å‚µ‚傤B

 

“YíŒã‚Ì•¶Í

 

As of March 22, 2007, a total of 28 elderly people have died in snow-related accidents in the Tohoku region this winter, according to a report by the Fire and Disaster Management Agency. The report says these people were over the age of 65 and all died while clearing snow. Thirteen people fell from the roof of their house, which was the most frequent cause of death, eight people froze or suffocated to death after falling off the roof and being buried under the snow, and five people died from a heart attack, stroke or other sudden illnesses. 

 

 

“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚Pi‚ ‚·‚©A8 May 07j

 

The Fire and Disaster Management Agency had reported current result of a total snow-related fatal accidents as of March 22, 2007 for the people who are 65 years and older, were twenty-eight in the Tohoku region this winter. As cases of the accidents, thirteen people slid down the roof of their house, eight people were buried in snow and five people fell sick having such a heart attack or stroke clearing away snow.

 

“Yí

 

The Fire and Disaster Management Agency had reported a summary of1 current result of a total snow-related fatal accidents as of March 22, 2007 this winter for the people who are were 65 years and older, were twenty-eight in the Tohoku region this winter. There were twenty-eight fatal accidents: As cases of the accidents, thirteen people slid down the roof of their house, eight people were buried under the in snow and five people had fell sick having such a heart attack or stroke while clearing away snow.

 

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The Fire and Disaster Management Agency reported a summary of snow-related fatal accidents as of March 22, 2007 this winter for the people who were 65 years and older in the Tohoku region. There were twenty-eight fatal accidents: thirteen people slid down the roof of their house, eight people were buried under the snow and five people had a heart attack or stroke while clearing away snow.

 

 

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“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚WiSuzume, 30 March 19j

 

For my own part, I prefer renting over buying a house because renting gives you the freedom and flexibility that owning a house doesn't. With renting, you can readily get the most desired settings such as location or room-layout whenever you want. For example, if you have problems with noisy neighbors and such, you can easily get away from them. I have no children to leave my legacy to, so I have no intention of investing a lifetime's savings into a house from the thought that renting does not build a personal fortune no matter how much I pay for it.

 

“Yí

 

For my own part, I prefer renting over buying a house because renting gives you me1 the freedom and flexibility that owning a house doesn't. When I rent a house With renting, I you can readily get a house with the most desired conditions settings such as a location or room-layout whenever I you want. For example, if I you have problems wit my noisy neighbors and such, I you can easily leave the houseget away from them. I have no children to leave my legacy to, so I have no intention of investing my a lifelong lifetime's savings into a house. from the thought that rI donft believe an idea that renting a house does not build my a personal fortune no matter how much I pay for it.

 

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1.     IoŽn‚܂镶‚È‚Ì‚Åme‚ª‚æ‚¢‚Å‚µ‚傤B‚Ü‚½•¶Í‘S‘Ì‚ðI‚Å“ˆê‚µ‚½•û‚ª“Ç‚Ý‚â‚·‚¢‚Å‚·B

 

“YíŒã‚Ì•¶Í

 

I prefer renting over buying a house because renting gives me the freedom and flexibility that owning a house doesn't. When I rent a house, I can readily get a house with the most desired conditions such as a location or room-layout whenever I want. For example, if I have problems with my noisy neighbors and such, I can easily leave the house. I have no children to leave my legacy to, so I have no intention of investing my lifelong savings into a house. I donft believe an idea that renting a house does not build my personal fortune no matter how much I pay for it.

 

 

“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚Vi‚¾‚Á‚¿A18 August 15j

 

I think that rental house is more cost effective than own-house. We can choose a rental house flexible; We can easily secure the most favorable environment for us in the situation regarding to place and layout of the rental house. Even if we are annoyed by noise problems, we can change our houses easily. I never feel that owning a house might be better because renting a house will never be my asset. This is because I do not have a child, who would inherit my legacy from me.

 

“Yí

 

I think that rental renting1 a house is more cost effective than owning -–a house. We can choose a rental house flexibley; Wwe can easily secure the most favorable environment that is the most favorable for us now in the situation regarding to its place and layout of the rental house. Even if we are annoyed by noise problems, we can change our houses easily. I never think2 feel that owning a house might be better because renting a house will never build be my an asset. This is because I do not have a child, who would inherits3 my asset legacy from me.

 

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1.       Œ³‚Ì‚Ü‚Ü‚Å‚à‚æ‚¢‚Å‚·‚ªA“®ŽŒ‹å‚É‚µ‚½‚Ù‚¤‚ªˆóÛ‚ª‹­‚­‚È‚è‚Ü‚·B

 

2.       ‚±‚±‚Å‚Ífeel‚æ‚è“à—e‚Ì‚ ‚éthink‚ª‚æ‚¢‚Å‚µ‚傤B

 

3.       –¢—ˆ‚Ì‚±‚Æ‚Æ‚¢‚¤‚æ‚èAuˆâŽY‚ðŽó‚¯Žæ‚éŽq‹Ÿv‚Æ‚¢‚¤ˆê”Ê“I‚Èà–¾‚È‚Ì‚ÅŒ»ÝŒ`‚ðŽg‚¢‚Ü‚·B

 

“YíŒã‚Ì•¶Í

 

I think that renting a house is more cost effective than owning a house. We can choose a rental house flexibly; we can easily secure the environment that is the most favorable for us now regarding its place and layout. Even if we are annoyed by noise problems, we can change our house easily. I never think that owning a house might be better because renting a house will never build an asset. This is because I do not have a child who inherits my asset .

 

 

“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚UiLucca, 22 March 15j

 

I prefer renting a house rather than owning a house. Renting a house enables me to choose locations and room layouts according to my requirements at any given time. If I have problems such as noises, I can easily move to another house. Some people say that a rent house does not become their property no matter how long they keep on paying. As I have no children who inherit my property, I do not need to leave a house for them.

 

“Yí

 

I prefer renting a house rather than owning a house. Renting a house enables me to choose locations and room layouts according to my requirements at any given time. If I have problems such as noises in the neighborhood, I can easily move to another house. Some people say that a rented house does not become their property no matter how long they keep on paying rents. As I have no children who will inherit my property, I do not need to leave a house for them.

 

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“à—e‚Ì‘‚Ä‚ª‚í‚©‚è‚Ü‚·B‘f’¼‚È“Ç‚Ý‚â‚·‚¢•¶Í‚Å‚·B

 

“YíŒã‚Ì•¶Í

 

I prefer renting a house rather than owning a house. Renting a house enables me to choose locations and room layouts according to my requirements at any given time. If I have problems such as noises in the neighborhood, I can easily move to another house. Some people say that a rented house does not become their property no matter how long they keep on paying rents. As I have no children who will inherit my property, I do not need to leave a house for them.

 

“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚Timxtomi, 13 April 11j

 

I like leasing a house better than owning it. Leasing is anyway flexible, allowing you to readily obtain any housing environment you desire at any specific time, whatever it may be a location or a floor plan. If you are annoyed by a noise problem or suchlike, you can pull up stakes with no hassles. As I have no children to leave my legacy to, it never crossed my mind that no matter how much money I pay as a rent, the leased house would never become an asset for them.

 

“Yí

 

I like leasing a house better than owning it. Leasing is anyway flexible, allowing you me1 to readily obtain any the best2 housing environment for you me desire at any specific time in my life,. For example, I can choose3 whatever it may be a location and or a floor plan. If I am you are annoyed by a noise problem or suchlike, I you can pull up stakes with no hassles. As I have no children to leave my legacy to, it has never crossed my mind that the rent I pay will be wasted4 because no matter how much money I pay for as a rent, the leased house would never become my an asset for them.

 

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1.       I like leasing ~.‚ÆŽn‚܂镶Í‚È‚Ì‚ÅI  ‚Å“ˆê‚µ‚Ü‚·B

 

2.       any housing environment‚æ‚èthe best housing environment‚ª‹ï‘Ì“I‚Å‚í‚©‚è‚â‚·‚­‚È‚è‚Ü‚·B

 

3.       ŽŸ‚Ì•¶‚É‘±‚­‚ɂ́A‚±‚±‚©‚çV‚µ‚¢•¶‚É‚µ‚½‚Ù‚¤‚ª‚æ‚¢‚Å‚µ‚傤B

 

4.       ‚±‚Ìà–¾‚ª‚ ‚é‚Æ‚í‚©‚è‚â‚·‚¢‚Å‚µ‚傤BŽq‹Ÿ‚ÉŽc‚·àŽY‚Æ‚¢‚¤ˆÓ–¡‡‚¢‚ª‚ ‚é‚悤‚Å‚·‚ªA‚±‚±‚Å‚Í’P‚ɍàŽY‚É‚È‚ç‚È‚¢A‚É‚µ‚Ü‚µ‚½B

 

“YíŒã‚Ì•¶Í

 

I like leasing a house better than owning it. Leasing is flexible, allowing me to readily obtain the best housing environment for me at any specific time in my life. For example, I can choose a location and a floor plan. If I am annoyed by a noise problem or suchlike, I can pull up stakes with no hassles. As I have no children to leave my legacy to, it has never crossed my mind that the rent I pay will be wasted because no matter how much money I pay for a rent, the leased house would never become my asset .

 

 

“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚SiSpeedy, 19 April j

 

In my view, renting is the best option in housing. Renting a house is not complicated and one can choose the location and room layout that satisfies onefs requirement most at a given time. Even if one is bothered by problems such as noises, one can easily discontinue renting the house. As I have no children for whom I should leave my property, I never think gpaying much money for renting does not help to build a fortuneh.

 

“Yí

 

In my view, renting is the best option in for choosing housing. Renting a house is much easier than owning a house not complicated and one can choose a the location and room layout that satisfies onefs current requirements most at a given time. Even if If one is bothered by problems such as noises1, one can easily discontinue renting the house and move to a new location. As I have no children to for whom I should leave my property, I never think gpaying much money for renting a house does not help me to build a fortune for my childrenh.

 

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“à—e‚Ì‘‚Ä‚ª‚í‚©‚è‚Ü‚·‚ªA“Yí‚̂悤‚É•¶Í‚ð•â‘«‚·‚é‚Æ‚í‚©‚è‚â‚·‚­‚È‚è‚Ü‚·B“ú–{•¶‚Å‚Í–¾Ž¦‚µ‚Ä‚È‚¢“à—e‚à„Ž@‚µ‚Ä•â‘«‚·‚é‚Æ‚æ‚¢‚Å‚µ‚傤B

 

1.       ‘›‰¹‚Æ‚¢‚¤ˆÓ–¡‚Ì‚Æ‚«‚Í•s‰ÁŽZ–¼ŽŒ‚Æ‚µ‚Ĉµ‚¢‚Ü‚·B

 

“YíŒã‚Ì•¶Í

 

In my view, renting is the best option for choosing housing. Renting a house is much easier than owning a house and one can choose a location and room layout that satisfies onefs current requirements. If one is bothered by problems such as noise, one can easily discontinue renting the house and move to a new location. As I have no children to whom I should leave my property, I never think gpaying money for renting a house does not help me to build a fortune for my childrenh.

 

 

“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚RiŠâ‚¿‚á‚ñA30 June 08j

 

My opinion is that rental houses are best for us. Rental houses are anyway convenient. We can easily get a house in circumstances such as the location and the plan of a house in which we want to live most. Even if we are bothering about noise problems and others, we will be easily able to remove from there. As I have no children to whom I want to give my properties, I have no mind that I won't live in a rental house by the reason why the house rents I had paid do not turn into my property.

 

“Yí

 

My opinion is that renting a rental houses1 is the are best for us. Renting a Rental houses is are anyway always convenient. We can easily get a house that is suitable for us at the time in circumstances such as the location and the floor plan of a house in which we want to live most. Even if we are bothered with2 bothering about noises problems and or others, problem, we will easily be easily able to remove to another house from there. As I have no children to whom I want to leave my house give my properties,. Therefore, I donft mind keep paying house rents that can be used for buying my own house I have no mind that I won't live in a rental house by the reason why the house rents I had paid do not turn into my property3.

 

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‰p•¶‚ɍ\•¶ã‚Ì–â‘肪‚ ‚èA“à—e‚ª‚í‚©‚è‚Ü‚¹‚ñB

 

1.       renting a house‰Æ‚ðŽØ‚è‚ďZ‚Þ‚±‚ƁA‚Æ‚µ‚½‚Ù‚¤‚ª‚í‚©‚è‚â‚·‚¢‚Å‚µ‚傤B

 

2.       Žó“®‘Ô‚É‚È‚è‚Ü‚·B

 

3.       “ñd”Û’è‚Ì•¶‚Å“à—e‚ª‚í‚©‚è“ï‚­‚È‚Á‚Ä‚¢‚Ü‚·B“Yí‚̂悤‚É“à—e‚ðŒ¾‚¢Š·‚¦‚é‚Æ‚í‚©‚è‚â‚·‚­‚È‚è‚Ü‚·B

 

“YíŒã‚Ì•¶Í

 

My opinion is that renting a house is the best for us. Renting a house is always convenient. We can easily get a house that is suitable for us at the time such as the location and floor plan of a house. Even if we are bothered with noises or others problem, we will easily be able to move to another house. I have no children to whom I want to leave my house. Therefore, I donft mind keep paying house rents that can be used for buying my own house.

 

 

“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚QiKalo, 17 May 07j

 

Renting a house is a better option than buying. You can decide freely where, how long and what type of house to live, depending on your needs. You can also move out freely if you are annoyed by a problem such as noise created by your neighbors. These facts are not true of buying a house. Yet, some people may say renting a house wastes money, leaving their children nothing. But I don't think so. I have no children to leave property.

 

“Yí

 

Renting a house is a better option than buying. You can decide freely where, how long and in what type of house to live, depending on your needs. You can also move out freely if you are annoyed by a problem such as noise created by your neighbors. These facts advantages are not always available when you buy true of buying a house1. Yet, some people may say renting a house is a wastes of money2, leaving nothing to their your3 children nothing when you die. But I don't care think so4. because I have no children to leave my propertyies to.

 

ƒRƒƒ“ƒg

 

1.       ‰Æ‚𔃂¤‚Æ‚«‚É‚à‚ ‚é’ö“x‚Ì‘I‘ð‚Í‚ ‚é‚Ì‚Å“Yí‚̂悤‚ÉŒ¾‚¢Š·‚¦‚Ü‚µ‚½B“ú–{•¶‚ɂ͎؉Ƃ̘b‚µ‚©o‚Ä‚«‚Ü‚¹‚ñ‚ªAŽØ‰Æ‚ÆŽ‚¿‰Æ‚̑Δä‚Å“à—e‚ª‚æ‚­‚í‚©‚è‚Ü‚·‚ˁB

 

2.       a waste of time, a waste of money‚Æ‚¢‚¤•\Œ»‚ð‚æ‚­Žg‚¢‚Ü‚·B

 

3.       ‚ ‚él‚ª‘¼‚Ì‘¼l‚É’‰‚µ‚½‚Æ‚¢‚¤‘z’è‚Åyour children‚ª‚æ‚¢‚Å‚µ‚傤B

 

4.       ‚±‚Ì•¶Í‚ð‘‚¢‚½l‚É‚Æ‚Á‚Ä‚Í•s“®ŽY‚Í‚Ç‚¤‚Å‚à‚æ‚¢A‚Æ‚¢‚¤‚±‚Æ‚È‚Ì‚ÅI donft care.‚É‚µ‚Ü‚µ‚½B

 

“YíŒã‚Ì•¶Í

 

Renting a house is a better option than buying. You can decide freely where, how long and in what type of house to live, depending on your needs. You can also move out freely if you are annoyed by a problem such as noise created by your neighbors. These advantages are not always available when you buy a house. Yet, some people may say renting a house is a waste of money, leaving nothing to your children when you die. But I don't care because I have no children to leave my properties to.

 

 

“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚Pi‚ ‚·‚©A12 May 07j

 

I prefer to live in a rented house rather than own house because it is easy to choose the place and even the floor plan of the house with new environment where l want to live the best when I wish to move. If my new neighbour's noise or other troubles bother me, I will be able to easily get out there. I don't care about living in a rented house even though I spend money to rent or it won't be my assets. I don't have to leave my assets because I don't have any children who should take it.

 

“Yí

 

I prefer to live in a rented house rather than own a house1 because I can it is easyily to choose the a place and even a the floor plan of the house in with new  the best environment where l want to live at that time2. the best when I wish to move. If the location becomes noisy my new neighbour's noise or other problems arise troubles bother me3, I will be able to easily move to another place get out there. Some say that I don't care about living in a rented house even though I keep spending money to on rent and do not build up or it won't be my assets. But it is all right with me because I don't have to leave my assets because I don't have any children and do not have to leave my assets to them who should take it4.

 

ƒRƒƒ“ƒg

 

1.       prefer‚ðŽg‚¤•¶‚Í“Yí‚̂悤‚É‚·‚é‚ÆŠÈ’P‚É‚È‚è‚Ü‚·B

 

2.       ŒûŒê‘Ì‚Ì•¶‚Í“à—e‚ð‚¢‚ë‚¢‚ë‚ɉðŽß‚Å‚«‚éžB–†‚È‚Æ‚±‚낪‘½‚­A‰p•¶‚Å•\Œ»‚µ‚悤‚Æ‚·‚é‚ÆžB–†‚È‚Æ‚±‚ë‚ð•â‚í‚È‚­‚Ä‚Í‚È‚ç‚È‚¢‚̂œ‚¢‚Å‚·‚ˁBu‚»‚ÌŽž‚Ɉê”Ô—~‚µ‚¢ŠÂ‹«‚ðv‚Íin the best environment where I want to live at that time‚Æ‚µ‚Ä‚Ý‚Ü‚µ‚½Bƒ‰ƒCƒtƒTƒCƒNƒ‹‚̐is‚É”º‚¢Z‚Ý‚½‚¢ŠÂ‹«‚à•Ï‚í‚é‚Æ‚¢‚¤‚±‚Æ‚Å‚µ‚傤B

 

3.       Å‰‚©‚ç‘›‰¹–â‘è‚»‚Ì‘¼‚É”Y‚Ü‚³‚ê‚é‚悤‚È‚Æ‚±‚ë‚ɂ͏Z‚Ü‚È‚¢‚¾‚낤A‚Æ‚¢‚¤‘z‘œ‚Å“Yí‚̂悤‚É‚µ‚Ü‚µ‚½B

 

4.       “Yí‚Ì‚Ü‚Ü‚Å“à—e‚Í‚í‚©‚è‚Ü‚·‚ªA“Yí‚Å‚Í“à—e‚̏‡˜‚ð•Ï‚¦‚Ä‚Ý‚Ü‚µ‚½BŒûŒê‘Ì‚Ì•¶Í‚Ȃ̂Řb‚µ‘ŠŽè‚ª‘O‚É‚¢‚邱‚Æ‚ð‘z‘œ‚µ‚ÄŠô‚‚©Œ¾‚¢•û‚ðl‚¦‚Đº‚ɏo‚µ‚ÄŒ¾‚Á‚Ä‚Ý‚é‚ƁA‚Ç‚ê‚É‚·‚é‚©‘I‚Ԃ̂ɖ𗧂¿‚Ü‚·B

 

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I prefer to rent rather than own a house because I can easily choose a place and even a  floor plan of the house in the best environment where l want to live at that time. If the location becomes noisy or other problems arise, I will be able to easily move to another place. Some say that I keep spending money on rent and do not build up my assets. But it is all right with me because I don't have any children and do not have to leave my assets to them.

 

 

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“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚WiSuzume, 01 April 19j

 

When I was at school, I used to be such a clutterbug that even my parents were appalled at me whose room was in a terrible mess. But now, I am a neat freak to be acknowledged by myself and others. Finding a dead body of a rat in my room provided a spark for me to get out of the bad habit. The first thing I did was to reduce half of my goods. Then I made a rule for me. I limited the number of goods as follows: 50 clothes, 50 books, 10 pair of shoes, a week's worth of change of underclothes, 5 handkerchiefs, one material for each kind of stationery, some cosmetics that a specific box was able to hold, and a minimum of pairs of eating utensils. Also, I threw out all the photographic negative films and New Year's greeting cards which I received from my friends after making a note of the sendersf addresses for future reference. I abandoned all stuffed animals except my favorite one. After I limited the numbers of each item, all I had to do was to reduce my personal properties by the rule. After that, my room has been picked up clean.

 

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When I was at school, I used to be such a clutterbug that even my parents were appalled at fining my me whose room was in a terrible mess. But now, I am a neat freak to be acknowledged by myself and others. Finding a dead body of a rat in my room provided a sparked my motivation for me to get out of the bad habit. The first thing I did was to reduce what I had to half of my goods. Then I made a rule for me. I limited the number of goods as follows: 50 clothes, 50 books, 10 pair of shoes, a week's worth of change of underclothes for one week, 5 handkerchiefs, just one material for each kind of stationery, some cosmetics that a specific box was able to hold, and a minimum of number pairs of eating utensils. Also, I threw out all the photographic negative films and New Year's greeting cards which I had received from my friends after making a note of the sendersf addresses for future reference. I abandoned all stuffed animals except my favorite one. After I limited the numbers of for each kind of item, all I had to do was to follow the rule and reduce my personal goods properties by the rule. Having done this After that, my room looked so has been picked up clean.

 

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When I was at school, I used to be such a clutterbug that even my parents were appalled at fining my in a terrible mess. But now, I am a neat freak to be acknowledged by myself and others. Finding a dead body of a rat in my room sparked my motivation to get out of the bad habit. The first thing I did was to reduce what I had to half. Then I made a rule for me. I limited the number of goods as follows: 50 clothes, 50 books,10 pair of shoes, underclothes for one week, 5 handkerchiefs, just one for each kind of stationery, some cosmetics that a specific box was able to hold, and a minimum number of eating utensils. Also, I threw out all the photographic negative films and New Year's greeting cards which I had received from my friends after making a note of the sendersf addresses for future reference. I abandoned all stuffed animals except my favorite one. After I limited the numbers for each kind of item, all I had to do was to follow the rule and reduce my personal goods. Having done this, my room looked so clean.

 

 

“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚ViLucca, 22 March 15j

 

I messed up my room when I was a student. My parents were fed up with my messy room. I changed my mind after I found a dead mouse in my room. To start with, I cut in half the quantity of my belongings. The specific example include up to 50 clothes, 50 books, 10 pairs of shoes, a set of underwear for a week and 5 handkerchiefs. As for daily goods, a kind each of stationary, a boxful of cosmetics, minimum pairs of dishes, no photo negatives, discarding New Yearfs cards after I make a note of updated addresses and a favourite staffed toy. I made my own rule to keep my room clean. My rule is to set the quantity of my belongings and then to reduce them until I reach the target number. Thanks to the rule, my room is well-kept. I can now clean up my room and everyone recognises me as a tidy person.

 

“Yí

 

My room was always messy1 I messed up my room when I was a student. My parents were so fed up with my messy room that2 they had stopped saying anything about it a long time ago. But I changed my mind after I found a dead mouse in my room. To start with, I made my own rules to keep my room clean. My rule was to set the quantity of my belongings and then to reduce them until I reached the target number3. For Iexample, I cut in half the number quantity of my belongings. The specific examples included up to 50 clothes, 50 books, 10 pairs of shoes, a set of underwear for a week and 5 handkerchiefs. As for daily goods, one a kind each of stationary, a one boxful of cosmetics, minimum pairs of dishes, no photo negatives and just one staffed toy., I discardeding New Yearfs cards after I make a note of updated their addresses and a favourite staffed toy. I made my own rule to keep my room clean. My rule is to set the quantity of my belongings and then to reduce them until I reach the target number. Thanks to the rule, now my room is well-kept. I can now clean up my room and everyone tells me that I am recognises me as a tidy person.

 

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1.       I messed up my room.‚Í“®ì‚Ì•\Œ»‚Ȃ̂ŁAui‰½‚©——R‚ª‚ ‚Á‚āj•”‰®‚Ì’†‚ð‚ß‚¿‚á‚­‚¿‚á‚É‚µ‚½v‚Æ‚È‚è‚Ü‚·B‚±‚±‚Å‚Í‚¢‚‚à‚̏ó‘ԂȂ̂ŁA“Yí‚̂悤‚É‚·‚é‚Æ‚æ‚¢‚Å‚µ‚傤B

 

2.       “Še‚Ì‚Ü‚Ü‚¾‚ƁAã‘«‚炸‚ÌŠ´‚¶‚ª‚·‚é‚̂ŁA‚±‚̂悤‚È•â‘«à–¾‚ð“ü‚ê‚é‚Æ‚æ‚¢‚Å‚µ‚傤B

 

3.       •¶Í‚Ì—¬‚ê‚Æ‚µ‚āA‚±‚±‚ÉŽ‚Á‚Ä‚«‚½‚Ù‚¤‚ª‚æ‚¢‚Å‚µ‚傤B

 

“YíŒã•¶Í

 

My room was always messy when I was a student. My parents were so fed up with my messy room that they had stopped saying anything about it a long time ago. But I changed my mind after I found a dead mouse in my room. I made my own rules to keep my room clean. My rule was to set the quantity of my belongings and then to reduce them until I reached the target number. For example, I cut in half the number of my belongings. The specific examples included up to 50 clothes, 50 books,10 pairs of shoes, a set of underwear for a week and 5 handkerchiefs. As for daily goods, one kind each of stationary, one box of cosmetics, minimum pairs of dishes, no photo negatives and just one staffed toy. I discarded New Yearfs cards after I updated their addresses. Thanks to the rule, now my room is well-kept and everyone tells me that I am a tidy person.

 

 

“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚UiOKEN, 21 September 12j

 

While in school, I was so bad at cleaning up that my parents were fed up with my behavior. But, now, I like to keep things neat and everybody admits itfs a fact. It started from that I found a dead mouse in my room. First, I reduced the volume of my personal effects by half, and I made a rule about the maximum amount of my possessions as follows. 50 Clothes in total, 50 books, and 10 shoes. Underwears set for a week. Five handkerchiefs. One per a kind for Stationery. Cosmetics up to full in a special box. Minimum number of wares in pair. For pictures, negatives were abandoned. New year cards were disposed of after checking addresses. For stuffed toys, only my favorite one was left. After those treatments, my room turned to be a clean one.

 

“Yí

 

While in school, I was so bad at cleaning up that my parents were fed up with me my behavior. But, now, I can like to1 keep things neat and everybody admits that I am good at it itfs a fact. I It started to change from that when I found a dead mouse in my room. First, I reduced the volume of my personal effects by half, and I made a rules about the maximum amount of my possessions as follows.;2 50 Cclothes in total, 50 books, and 10 shoes,. one set of Underwears underwear set for a week., Ffive handkerchiefs., Oone per a for each kind for of Sstationery., one box of Ccosmetics, up to full in a special box. and the Mminimum number of dishes wares in pair. For camera pictures, negatives were abandoned. New year cards were disposed of after writing down checking addresses. For stuffed toys, only my favorite one was left. After those decisions treatments, my room became very turned to be a clean one.

 

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“à—e‚Ì‚Ù‚Ú‚·‚ׂĂª‚í‚©‚è‚Ü‚·‚ªAthe minimum number of wares‚ª‰½‚È‚Ì‚©‚í‚©‚è‚Ü‚¹‚ñB

 

1.       I was so badc‚Æ‚ ‚é‚̂ŁA‚±‚±‚Å‚Í I can keepc‚ª‚æ‚¢‚Å‚µ‚傤B

 

2.       ƒZƒ~ƒRƒƒ“‚ÌŒã‚É—á‚ð‹“‚°‚é‚Æ‚¢‚¤\•¶‚ª•Ö—˜‚Å‚·B

 

“YíŒã‚Ì•¶Í

 

While in school, I was so bad at cleaning up that my parents were fed up with me . But now, I can keep things neat and everybody admits that I am good at it . I started to change when I found a dead mouse in my room. First, I reduced the volume of my personal effects by half, and I made rules about the maximum amount of my possessions as follows; 50 clothes, 50 books, 10 shoes, one set of underwear for a week, five handkerchiefs, one for each kind of stationery, one box of cosmetics, and the minimum number of dishes in pair. For camera pictures, negatives were abandoned. New year cards were disposed of after writing down  addresses. For stuffed toys, only my favorite one was left. After those decisions, my room became very clean.

 

 

“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚Timxtomi, 13 April 11j

 

When I was a student, I used to be the kind of woman who could not straighten things up. But now everyone knows I am a neat housekeeper. My habitude started to change for the better when I saw a dead mouse in my room. The first thing I did was to establish my own rule to reduce my personal belongings by half. I set maximum inventories allowable for each of my belongings: 50 pieces of clothing, 50 books, 10 pair of shoes, a week's worth of underclothes, five handkerchiefs, one item for each kind of stationery, a box full of cosmetics, minimum pairs of plates and utensils, and a favorite stuffed toy. I threw away photograph negatives, and New Year's cards after jotting down some necessary addresses. Having decided these numbers, all I had to do was simply discard the items in excess of such maximum inventories. Soon I found my room neat and clean.

 

“Yí

 

When I was a student, I was used to be the kind of woman who could not straighten things up in my room. But now everyone knows I am a neat housekeeper. My habitude started to change for the better when I saw a dead mouse in my room. The first thing I did was to establish my own rule to reduce my personal belongings by half. I set maximum inventories allowable for each of my belongings: 50 pieces of clothing, 50 books, 10 pair of shoes, a week's worth of underclothes, five handkerchiefs, one item for each kind of stationery, a box full of cosmetics, minimum pairs of plates and utensils, and just one a favorite stuffed toy. I threw away photograph negatives, and New Year's cards after jotting down some necessary addresses. Having decided these numbers, all I had to do was simply discard the items in excess of such maximum inventories. Soon I found my room neat and clean.

 

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“YíŒã‚Ì•¶Í

 

When I was a student, I was the kind of woman who could not straighten things up in my room. But now everyone knows I am a neat housekeeper. My habitude started to change for the better when I saw a dead mouse in my room. The first thing I did was to establish my own rule to reduce my personal belongings by half. I set maximum inventories for each of my belongings: 50 pieces of clothing, 50 books, 10 pair of shoes, a week's worth of underclothes, five handkerchiefs, one item for each kind of stationery, a box full of cosmetics, minimum pairs of plates and utensils, and just one favorite stuffed toy. I threw away photograph negatives, and New Year's cards after jotting down some necessary addresses. Having decided these numbers, all I had to do was simply discard the items in excess of such maximum inventories. Soon I found my room neat and clean.

 

 

“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚SiSpeedy, 23 April 09j

 

My parents were fed up with me as I could not keep my room clean when I was a student. But now, everyone including even myself recognizes that I am a cleanly person. The change has begun since the time when I found a dead body of mouse in my room. To start with, I made my own rule to reduce my belongings into half in number. For example, I decided to keep 50 cloths, 50books, 10 pairs of shoes in total, sets of underwear sufficient for one week, 5handkerchiefs, one kind of each for stationary, boxful of cosmetics, pair of minimum dishes, and one favorite staffed toy. I threw away photo negatives and New Yearfs cards after keeping addresses. My method is to fix the threshold and to reduce objects up to that number. It made@my room in perfect order.

 

“Yí

 

When I was a student, Mmy parents were fed up with me as because I could not keep my room clean when I was a student. But now, everyone including even myself, recognizes that I am a cleanly cleanliness-conscious person. The change has begun since the time when I found a dead body of mouse in my room. To start with cleaning, I made my own rules to reduce my belongings into half in number. For example, I decided to keep 50 clothes, 50 books, 10 pairs of shoes in total, a sets of underwear sufficient for one week, 5 handkerchiefs, one kind of each for of stationary, a boxful of cosmetics, pair of minimum pairs of dishes, and one favorite staffed toy. I threw away photo negatives and New Yearfs cards after keeping addresses. My method is to fix the threshold number of items I can keep and to reduce objects what I have up to that number. It This method made my room in perfect order really clean.

 

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“à—e‚Ì‘‚Ä‚ª‚í‚©‚è‚Ü‚·BŽ„‚̓Aƒ‹ƒoƒ€‚̎ʐ^‚ðƒXƒLƒƒƒ“‚µ‚ăfƒBƒWƒ^ƒ‹‰»‚µ‚Ü‚µ‚½‚ªA‚»‚ê‚Å‚àƒAƒ‹ƒoƒ€‚ð”pŠü‚·‚é‚Ì‚Í‚½‚ß‚ç‚Á‚Ä‚¢‚Ü‚·B

 

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When I was a student, my parents were fed up with me because I could not keep my room clean. But now, everyone including even myself, recognizes that I am a cleanliness-conscious person. The change begun when I found a dead mouse in my room. To start cleaning, I made my rules to reduce my belongings into half in number. For example, I decided to keep 50 clothes, 50 books, 10 pairs of shoes, a set of underwear sufficient for one week, 5 handkerchiefs, one kind each of stationary, a boxful of cosmetics, minimum pairs of dishes, and one favorite staffed toy. I threw away photo negatives and New Yearfs cards after keeping addresses. My method is to fix the number of items I can keep and to reduce what I have to that number. This method made my room really clean.

 

 

“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚RiŠâ‚¿‚á‚ñA1 July 08j

 

I was a girl who could not clean up my room at all in my student days. My parents always disappointed to see my untidy room. But I have neat habits now and others also admit them. Finding a dead mouse in my room triggered my neat habits. First of all, I reduced my belongings by half and made the following rule for my belongings. I have 50 clothes, 50 books, 10 pairs of shoes, 5 handkerchiefs, a kind of and one stationery, the number of cosmetics to be able to be put in a box, and a pair of minimal dishes. I keep photograph and dump negatives. I dump new year's cards and record addresses. I left only a stuffed toy I like best. After I decided the number of my belongings I wanted to, I discarded unnecessary things. My room became tidy.

 

“Yí

 

I was a girl who could not clean up my room at all in my student days. My parents were always disappointed with to seeing my untidy room. But now I have neat habits now and that others also admit them. Finding a dead mouse in my room triggered this change and prompted me to develop my neat habits. First of all, I reduced my belongings by half and made the following rules for my belongings.: I have 50 clothes, 50 books, 10 pairs of shoes, 5 handkerchiefs, a one piece for each kind of and one stationery, the number of cosmetics to be able to be put in a box of cosmetics, and a few pairs of minimal dishes. I keep photographs and dump their negatives. I dump new year's cards and just record their addresses. I keep left only one a stuffed toy that I like most best. After I decided the number of my belongings I wanted to keep, I simply discarded all other unnecessary things. This is why Mmy room has become became so tidy.

 

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“YíŒã‚Ì•¶Í

 

I was a girl who could not clean up my room at all in my student days. My parents were always disappointed with seeing my untidy room. But now I have neat habits that others also admit. Finding a dead mouse in my room triggered this change and prompted me to develop neat habits. First of all, I reduced my belongings by half and made the following rules for my belongings: 50 clothes, 50 books, 10 pairs of shoes, 5 handkerchiefs, one piece for each kind  stationery, a box of cosmetics, and a few pairs of dishes. I keep photographs and dump their negatives. I dump new year's cards and just record their addresses. I keep only one stuffed toy that I like most . After I decided the number of my belongings I wanted to keep, I simply discarded all other unnecessary things. This is why my room has become so tidy.

 

 

“ÇŽÒ‚©‚ç‚Ì“Še@‚QiYMA, 14 May 08j

 

I used to be a girl that never cleaned up my room so I disappointed my parents. But now, everyone admits I am tidy. An episode that I found the dead body of a mouse in my room changed me. I halved and limited the amount of my possessions, for example I decided not to have more than 50 pieces of clothing, 50 books, 10 pairs of shoes, 1 set of underwear per week, and 5 handkerchiefs. I also decided to have only one item for each kind of stationeries, minimum pairs of dishes, and one favorite stuffed animal. Cosmetics are limited as many as a prepared box can contain and pictures are held without the negatives. I discarded New Yearfs greeting cards after taking a note of senderfs addresses. Eventually, I disposed all other unnecessary things. As a result, my room is completely cleaned.  

 

“Yí

 

I used to be a girl that never cleaned up my room and so I disappointed my parents. But now, everyone admits I am tidy. An episode incident that I found the dead body of a dead mouse in my room changed me. I halved and limited the amount of my possessions, for example, I decided not to have more than 50 pieces of clothing, 50 books, 10 pairs of shoes, 1 one set of underwear per week, and 5 handkerchiefs. I also decided to have only one item for each kind of stationeries, minimum pairs of dishes, and one favorite stuffed animal. Cosmetics are limited to as many few as a small prepared box can contain and photographs pictures are kept held without their negatives. I discarded New Yearfs greeting cards after taking a note of senderfsf addresses. Eventually, I disposed all other unnecessary things. As a result, my room is completely cleaned.  

 

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I used to be a girl that never cleaned up my room and so disappointed my parents. But now, everyone admits I am tidy. An incident that I found a dead mouse in my room changed me. I halved and limited the amount of my possessions, for example, I decided not to have more than 50 pieces of clothing, 50 books, 10 pairs of shoes, one set of underwear per week, and 5 handkerchiefs. I also decided to have only one item for each kind of stationeries, minimum pairs of dishes, and one favorite stuffed animal. Cosmetics are limited to as few as a small  box can contain and photographs are kept without their negatives. I discarded New Yearfs greeting cards after taking a note of sendersf addresses. Eventually, I disposed all other unnecessary things. As a result, my room is completely cleaned.  

 

 

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During in my school days, I was a horrible disorganized person whose parents fed up with my untidy room. However, now I am completely generally admitted to be an organized person. This started the whole thing was that I found a dead rat in my room. Therefore, I made my own rule for disposing of unnecessary things above all. So I cut all my possessions as half, and kept fifty clothes, fifty books, ten pair of shoes, one set of underwear for a week, five handkerchiefs, one item of stationeries, one box with cosmetics, minimum required dishes and one favorite stuffed animal. I also threw away negatives of photos and New Year's cards after writing down the sender's address. After I decide a fixed number of my possessions and disposed of unnecessary things, my room looked very neat.

 

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During in my school days, I was a horribley disorganized person and whose my parents fed were just stunned to look at up with my untidy room. However, now I am a completely different person who is generally regarded as admitted to be an a well organized person1. This change started when the whole thing was that I found a dead rat in my room2. Since then Therefore, I made up my own rule for disposing of unnecessary things above all. so that So I could reduce cut all the amount of my possessions to a as half,.3 As a result, and I have kept fifty clothes pieces of clothing, fifty books, ten pairs of shoes, one set of underwear for a week, five handkerchiefs, one item for each kind of stationeries, one box of with cosmetics, the minimum number of required dishes and one favorite stuffed animal. I also threw away negatives of photos and New Year's cards after writing down the sender'sf addresses. After I decide a fixed number of my possessions and had disposed of all other unnecessary things, my room looked very neat tidy4.

 

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During my school days, I was a horribly disorganized person and my parents were just stunned to look at my untidy room. However, now I am a completely different person who is generally regarded as a well organized person. This change started when I found a dead rat in my room. Since then, I made up my own rule for disposing of unnecessary things so that I could reduce the amount of my possessions to a half. As a result, I have kept fifty pieces of clothing, fifty books, ten pairs of shoes, one set of underwear for a week, five handkerchiefs, one item for each kind of stationeries, one box of cosmetics, the minimum number of dishes and one favorite stuffed animal. I also threw away negatives of photos and New Year's cards after writing down the sendersf addresses. After I had disposed of all other unnecessary things, my room looked very tidy.