We must protect the senile elderly people from unscrupulous business operators by using the adult guardianship system.

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Steam train trip
2011-06-30 Thu 00:00
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The JR East is operating a series of weekend trips on steam trains through Gunma Prefecture.
One of those is the trip riding a train hauled by the C61-20 steam locomotive from Takasaki to Minakami, all within Gunma Prefecture.
The JNR Class C61 was notable in being the first in Japan to incorporate automatic stokers.
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Mikan no Hanasakuoka
2011-06-29 Wed 00:00
This is a song for young children in Japan.
Words by Kato Shogo, Music by Kainuma Minoru.

Mikan no Hanasakuoka

The mikans on the hill are in full blossom
This path on the hill ,
That's our memorial place for my mother and me.
I can see the blue ocean beyond the hill.
I can also see some ships vaguely on the sea.


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Tokyo Rhapsody  
2011-06-28 Tue 00:00
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Words by kadota Yutaka,Music by Koga Masao.
It was sung by Fujiyama Ichiro in 1936.

Tokyo Rhapsody  .
Some flowers bloom, and others fall in the night,
Under the willows in Ginza,
I'm waiting for only you ,only you.
I'll go to the tearoom with you after meeting.
Funny capital,
Passionate capital,
Dreamy paradise,
Flowery Tokyo.

快樂的都市 戀愛的都市 夢的樂園 花樣的東京
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Hiraizumi to World Heritage list
2011-06-27 Mon 00:00
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UNESCO has added the Hiraizumi district to its list of World Heritage sites.

The Hiraizumi site includes Chuson-ji Temple in Iwate Prefecture,

Chuson-ji is a Buddhist temple in Hiraizumi.

It is the head temple of the Tendai sect in Tohoku Area
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Nagasaki no Kane (2)
2011-06-26 Sun 00:00
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Nagasaki no Kane

I confess the sins of my heart.
The night is falling;
A dark moon hangs in the sky.
I can see even in the pillars of the poor dwellings lives the noble, white-clad Virgin.
Consolation, and encouragement each other, for Nagasaki.
Ah, Nagasaki's bells are ringing.
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Ogasawara
2011-06-25 Sat 20:10
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Japan's Ogasawara island was named by UNESCO as a World Heritage site.
The U.N. Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization's World Heritage Committee authorized the registration of the group of about 30 islands.
Ogasawara is home to many indigenous species.
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Minato Line (1)
2011-06-25 Sat 00:00
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The Minato Line is a Japanese railway line operated by the Hitachinaka Seaside Railway.
It runs between Katsuta and Ajigaura, all within Hitachinaka City, Ibaraki Prefecture.
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Kisha(The Train)
2011-06-24 Fri 00:00
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This is a Japanese childrens' song originally published in the authorized textbook of the Ministry of Education for the third grader in elementary school in1912.
It was composes by Owada Aira.
Author of the lyrics was unknown.

Kisha
Now on the mountainside,
Now by the seashore
Then the train is reaching to a railroad bridge.
And with surprising swiftness,
Passing through a tunnel.
It comes on a field.
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Nagasaki no Kane
2011-06-23 Thu 00:00
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On Thursday, August 9, 1945, Nagasaki was wiped out by an atomic bomb.
The Bells of Nagasaki is a 1949 book by Nagai Takashi.
He describes his experiences as a survivor of the Atomic bombing of Nagasaki.

The song “Nagasaki no Kane” is based on the same named book by Nagai Takashi.
It was written by Sato Ichiro and composed by Koseki Yuji.

Nagasaki no Kane

Even the most perfectly clear blue skies looking up,
I remember sadness.
It is very painful.
Life is like a wave that comes over us,
We are flowers of the field,living in vain.
Consolation, and encouragement each other, for Nagasaki.
Ah, Nagasaki's bells are ringing.
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Akai boshi,Shiroi boshi
2011-06-22 Wed 00:00
Words by Takeuchi Toshiko, Music by Kawamura Koyo.

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Akai boshi,Shiroi boshi

A red cap and a white cap,
Two girls wear the caps ,
The pair looks like good friends.
The girls every day pass this road.
They shoulder the satchels,
While waving their hands.
Two friend girls every day pass this road.
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Akai Kutsu(Red Shoes)
2011-06-21 Tue 00:00
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Words by Noguchi Ujo ,
Music by Motoori Nagayo.

Akai Kutsu

A girl wearing red shoes,
She has gone away,
With a foreigner.
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Tsuki
2011-06-20 Mon 00:00
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Tsuki( Moon) is a famous Japanese
children's song, published in the authorized textbook of the Ministry of Education in 1910.
The Moon
The moon is rising and rising,
Round ,round ,round moon,
Plate-like full moon is rising.
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Musunde Hiraite
2011-06-19 Sun 00:00
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This children's song was composed by Jean-Jacques Rousseau.
Author of Japanese lyrics is unknown.
It is a song that Kindergarteners in Japan sing.

Musunde Hiraite

Close your hands, open your hands,
Clap hands, close hands.
Open hands again, clap hands,
Put those hands up.
Close your hands, open your hands,
Clap hands,and close hands.
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Yoro Railway Yoro Line(1)
2011-06-18 Sat 00:00
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The Yoro Line is a Japanese private railway line operated by Yoro Railway.
The line runs between Kuwana Station in Kuwana City, Mie Prefecture and Ibi Station in Ibigawa Town, Gifu Prefecture.
The line length is 57.5 km
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Suzumeno Gakko(The Sparrows' School)
2011-06-17 Fri 00:00
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Words by Shimidzu Katsura,
Music by Hirota Ryutaro.


Suzumeno Gakko

Cheacheapappa-cheapapa,
While shaking the baton,
The teacher of the Sparrows' School sings " Cheapappa The student of the Sparrows' School in a circle follow their teacher
They choruse “cheapappa,”
Say the teacher, it’s not enough,“cheapappa,”
Once again together, “cheapappa,”
Cheacheapappa-cheapapa.
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Imabetsu Station(3)
2011-06-16 Thu 00:00
The station originally used an island platform serving two tracks.
However, the former southbound portion is only in use now.
It has been unattended since July 1, 2003 and so the station building is used as a waiting room only.
Minmaya Station manages this station.


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Donguri Korokoro
2011-06-15 Wed 00:00

Lyric “Donguri Korokoro” is a Japanese children's song.
It was written by Aoki Nagayoshi and composed by Yanada Tadashi.

Donguri Korokoro

An acorn rolled down and down from the hill,
At last he fell into a pond.
Then came the loaches,
They say, ”Hi boy! Come play with us!”

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Imabetsu Station(2)
2011-06-14 Tue 00:00
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With the division and privatization of the Japanese National Railways on April 1, 1987, the Imabetsu Station came under the operational control of JR East.
There is a single side platform with one track for bi-directional traffic on the ground.
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Furusato
2011-06-13 Mon 00:00
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Furusato is a Japanese children’ song, published in the authorized textbook of the Ministry of Education in 1914.
It was written by Takano Tatsuyuki and composed by Okano Teiichi.
This song is an eminent famous piece of music being loved by many people

Furusato(MY COUNTRY HOME)

I was chasing wild hares in a mountain.
And I was fishing crucian carp in a stream.
I still dream these nostalgic memories.
That's my unforgettable country home.
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Imabetsu Station(1)
2011-06-12 Sun 00:00
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Imabetsu Station is a railway station on the JR East Tsugaru Line located in ImabetsuTown, Higashitsugaru District ,Aomori Prefecture, Japan.
The station was opened in 1958 as a station on the Japanese National Railways.
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Kutsu ga naru
2011-06-11 Sat 00:00
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“Kutsu ga naru” is a Jsapanese children’song.
It was written by Shimizu Katsura and composed by Hirota Ryutaro.

Kutsu ga naru

Walking on hand in hand, walking on the flower fields
Stepping on together like little birdies.
Singing together and our shoes also sing ,
Shoes are singing under the blue sky.
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Twenty-Four Eyes(1) 
2011-06-10 Fri 00:00
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Twenty-Four Eyes is a 1954 Japanese monochrome film directed by Kinoshita Keisuke.
It was based on the novel by Tsuboi Sakae .
The film was released on September 15, 1954.
Ms. Oishi(played by Takamine Hideko) goes for her post to the small branch school in the cape of Shodoshima as a new female teacher in 1928.
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Yuyake koyake
2011-06-09 Thu 00:00
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Yuyake koyake is one of the most famous nursery rhymes in Japan.
It was written by Nakamura Uko in 1919 and composed by Kusakawa Shin in 1923.

Yuyake koyake

Sun is setting, sky is all red.
Then the evening glow weaken, the night is near.
The temple bells are ringing,
Let's hurry home hand in hand.
In the sky the crows fly back to their nests,
Let's hurry home together.
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Shabondama
2011-06-08 Wed 00:00
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Shabondama ( Soap bubbles ) is a nursery rhyme of Japan .
It was written by Noguchi Ujo and composed by Nakayama Shinpei.
The song was published in the magazine 'Kin no Fune' in 1922.

Shabondama 
The soap bubbles flew up
They flew over roofs
They all burst there and disappeared.
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Ahiru no gyoretsu
2011-06-07 Tue 00:00
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Ahiru no gyoretsu is a Japanese children's song.
This song was written by kobayashi Jyun'ichi and composed by Nakata Yoshinao.

Ducks' Parade

Ducks' family are parading.
Waddle, waddle, waddle.
Mother duck is going.
Waddle, waddle, waddle.
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Bara ga saita
2011-06-06 Mon 00:00
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Bara ga saita is a Japanese folk song.
Author of lyrics & composer was Hamaguchi Kuranosuke.

Bara ga saita
Roses blooming, roses blooming,
Pure red roses came out.
In my lonesome garden, roses blooming.
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Futada Station
2011-06-05 Sun 00:00
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Futada Station is a train station on the JR East Oga Line located in Tenno, Katagami City, Akita Prefecture, Japan.
The station was opened in 1913 by the Japanese National Railways.
It has an island platform with two tracks on the ground.
The platform is connected to the station building by an overpass.
The station is a kan'i itaku station operated by Katagami City.
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Aoi Me no Ningyo
2011-06-04 Sat 00:00
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Aoi Me no Ningyo is a Japanese children's song.

This song was written by Noguchi Ujo and composed by Motoori Nagayo.
It was released in 1924.

The Blue Eyed Doll

She is a doll with blue eyes,
Born in America.
Made from celluloid.
Her eyes were filled with tear,
When she arrived at Japanese port.
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Shironishi Station
2011-06-03 Fri 00:00
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Shironishi Station is a train station on the JR Central Iida Line located in Sakuma-cho ,Tenryu District, Hamamatsu City, Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan.
The station was opened on Nov. 11, 1955 as a station on Japan National Railway when the Iida line between Sakuma and Ozore Stations was rerouted.
The new route was established to avoid the rising waters of the Sakuma Dam.
The station has a single elevated side platform with one track for bi-directional traffic, and a small station building on the ground.
The station formerly had a single island platform with three tracks including one derail but was rebuilt to the present layout on Jan.27, 2008.
It is an unattended station, being 70.5km from the terminus at Toyohashi Station.
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Sakura Sakura
2011-06-02 Thu 00:00
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" Sakura Sakura" is a traditional Japanese folk song.

Sakura Sakura

Sakura ,Sakura.
On the village and mountains,
As far as you can see.
Is it a mist, or clouds?
Fragrance drifting in the morning sun.
Sakura, Sakura.
All of Flowers in full bloom.
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