U.S. and like minded countries are in discussion to "protect" the shipping lines of the Hormuz Straight with political or military options; Japan concerned over conflict of Constitution and commitment. Japan Times. July 2nd, 2019.
I am going to be studying abroad in Germany this summer and my roommate will be studying in Japan. We were just going over the food options.... Japan seems to have some amazing options.... Germany seems to be mainly potatoes, bread, pork, beer, sausage, followed by beer. Have I missed something?
Just looking for a better understanding of the food options.... Edit: I did not mean to offend anyone, I made the title somewhat controversial to elicit a number of comments and I am glad that it did! Some of you have been very helpful. Edit 2: I will be spending a bulk of my time in Berlin, Weimar, and Dusseldorf for any suggestions! Edit 3: Thanks everyone for your suggestions! I have some dishes to make next week! Surprised no one said kartoffelsalat/potato salad... That was one of my grandmothers specialties... Also, I have some wine to research, just finished a wine tasting class so this should be fun!
Was bombing Japan with nuclear weapons during WWII a means of preventing a larger loss of life? Did the US have other options to stop Japan, such as assassination and/or focusing attacks on key locations?
I was discussing WWII with a friend. I've often thought the loss of civilian life could have been prevented and that the US had other options, but don't have the greatest knowledge of this point in history. Below are some of the points my friend shared:
The US made over half a million Purple Hearts because they only had the choice to bomb them or send troops to Japan's shore, but the Japanese would have been prepared to prevent that considering they were already prepared to kamikaze our ships.
The Emperor didn't want to surrender but his military generals and admirals did. When he said "no" to surrendering, the US bombed them again. After, he agreed.
It was a necessary evil where 250k vs an estimated million more in a war that would last for 2+ years.
If the US joined in 1939 when it started, they would have been screwed because the US wasn't producing any planes, tanks, weapons, or ships. They were not ready for a war.
The US didn't have motivation as a country. Why fight in a war that doesn't apply to them? Until Pearl Harbor, the majority of the citizens could have cared less about the war. After the attack, everyone was on board.
How accurate are these points? Did the US have any other options Japan at the time?
During WW2 why was a blockade of japan not an option that would force surrender
The justification of nuking Japan was that a land invasion would be incredibly deadly (more dead than have been killed in wars since) but would an invasion really be nessercary? Couldnt a blockade of japan be easily supported by US and UK navies (which were the 2 biggest in the world). Japan lacks alot of resources such as oil needed for the war. Without access to these theyd be unable to launch any offences. In the lead up to the first world war Britain pumped billions into ensuring naval dominance on the belief that a blockade would take Britain out of the war. Even without a blockade resources were scarce with food and sometimes munitions rationed. Wouldn't a bloclade of taken japan out of the war albeit with a longish lead time
Looking to leave Japan: Best flight options during COVID-19
Hi all, I'm an Australia citizen and not currently enjoying my job (I haven't been happy for 1.5 years here) working in a traditional Japanese company, and have decided that given COVID-19 and lack of jobs/market conditions (and my age/Japanese skills) that going home and starting my career there is probably a better option than continuously trying to compete against native Japanese people. I'd like to stay in Japan since I have commitments here (well, just a girlfriend I've been with for a year) but I cannot put her before my career, it isn't possible to have both at the moment. I am sad, but it is what it is. Does anyone have any advice for buying a ticket back to Australia? I am from Melbourne, but current ticket prices seem very expensive, and there is no direct routes available back to Melbourne. If anyone who is an Australian on this sub-forum has any advice for heading home (or has done so during the pandemic) I would appreciate that. Thank you very much A struggling Australian in JP.
Recently played a treaty, Japan had insane stats, no teams card to help him and the map did not offer any boosts to his stats (orinoco, maya and caribb). Look at bonus vs Cav ans HP of units, his pavilion was in the boost range attack option.
Hi all, I finished my study in Japan and came back to my country 3 months ago. So me and my girlfriend(japanese salarywoman) were planning to get married next year but with the current situation we think it's better to do it ASAP . So as you all know because of corona I cannot enter Japan as tourist, get married and apply for spouse visa. So my question is: Is there any way to enter Japan without a working/spouse visa? I know there is no such thing as fiance visa in Japan but any other way?. Also they punched a hole in my zairyuu card, so even if it was supposed to expire on december 2020 I cannot use it to re enter Japan? One more thing, my passport says that my landing permit expires in december, does it mean I'm allowed to reenter Japan until december? Thanks in advance
How reliable is the saver seamail option on Solaris Japan?
I chose the saver seamail as my shipping method. While I don't exactly mind the long wait for my figure to get to my doorstep for cheaper shipping, I do want to know how reliable saver sea mail from Solaris Japan is. I read one guy's post about how they lost his order so I'm a bit antsy about my figure. What are your experiences with saver seamail? Would you choose it again? Should I upgrade to DHL? This is a pre-order that I snatched and I'm scared of the package getting lost.
I've been separated from my fiancee in Japan. Are there any options I am missing?
I live in the United States and my fiancee, a Japanese national, is working in Japan. Originally, I was going to move to Japan this summer after finishing graduate school and had a study abroad gig lined up with a promised, but not granted, study visa. All that fell through due to coronavirus. As far as I can tell, I don't really have any options to enter Japan. I was told by the consulate that my situation does not qualify as a special circumstance and because I was not a permanent resident and held no visa before the travel restrictions, there are no options for getting a new visa. Am I missing anything? I'd still really like to go so that I can be with her. What should I be looking for in the news so that I can start planning as soon as the restrictions begin to loosen? Thanks.
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