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... for each Rikishi to choose a poetic sumo name for himself and some adopted a name derived from the name of their sumo master or their place of birth. When it is time for the combatants to begin, the Gyoji gives the signal with his fan, and in the course of the match keep an ever watchful eye on their movements.
In a real surprise move he then shouts words of encouragement at them both, which we thought was one of the most unusual parts ...
There's an abundance of valuable information in this interview. l commend the efforts of those indivduals taking the initiative to lead and consolidate their efforts with others. It'll take vision and courage to rebuild Japan.
This fellow helps set the tone for that work.
http://www.japantoday.com/category/exec utive-impact/view/rainbow-of-hope-for-j ...
... br> The early edition was done. My boss went out for a bite to eat with a co-worker. He came back to the office, mentioned that the trains were all down.
The late edition deadline was moved up to 8;40, roughly two hours earlier than usual. The big new story added for late edition for sports was baseball scribe Jason Coskrey's on-scene account of the earthquake as felt and experienced at Yokohama Stadium, where the Yokohama BayStars and Tokyo Yakult Swallows ...
... road up the side of the mountain (one of those roads were you can look over the edge of the cliff and you begin hoping that the driver is content with the life choices he has made) took us to the mountain village of Chuzenji. Chuzenji was home to an epic waterfall (I haven't seen many waterfalls so I'm going to file this one under epic for the time being) and a gurt big lake which happened to be housing a cheeky little sunset that was certainly a sight for sore ...
... is a window that overlooks the street below where the market stalls are located selling fruit and vegetables. Located in a quiet street we hear no noise so are very thankful for that, consequently we sleep in until 9.30am to 10am most mornings for the week we are there.
The bathroom is rather unique. It’s a fiberglass all in one unit that has been erected in the room at the time of building. It contains a small bath with a shower , a hand basin and a ...
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