The first mention of them in literature dates to AD[ citation needed ] in which they are mentioned as "the hairy people" from the Chinese records. The origin of the Emishi is currently disputed. Some historians believe that they were related to the Ainu peoplebut others disagree with this theory.
Mostly cloudy skies early, then partly cloudy after midnight. Slight chance of a rain shower. Low 51F.
Trendy spot with good sushi and drinks. Perfect for a happy hour with friends or date night. The menu can be pricey but good.
Ate there several times before. Last time in the lunch special noodles there was large amounts of small fine hair. It comes out of a large vat of noodles so I guess I wasnt the only one who got some. Made me almost vomit and I couldn't eat Chinese for a while.
This week it mooted a Japanese language test for long-term visitors. Amid the storm that followed, a much bigger story sank from view. Barely a peep was raised from foreign media last week when JR East, the biggest train company in the world, slapped a ban on a poster featuring a man's moderately hairy chest - an image it considered so shocking to Japanese women that it constituted an open-and-shut case of sexual harassment.
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By David Myersand Simon King. This Japanese favourite makes a little beef go a long way. We cooked it with Kobe beef that was tender but eye-wateringly expensive.
This Japanese restaurant is absolutely fantastic. I have dine at Iketeru many times before but only now managed to write a review. It's located in the Kuala Lumpur Hilton. Everytime we dine there, we always booked seats at the sushi bar and let Chef Johnny Au Yong decide our menu.
Facebook Twitter Email. CNN — A lion escapes from its zoo enclosure and charges into a net-wielding member of zoo staff before being tranquilized and captured. This scene, which unfolded on Saturday at the Tobe Zoological Park in Ehime Prefecture, Japan, would have been quite terrifying if it weren't a drill and the "lion" a member of staff in a furry costume. As visitors are hurried away, the would-be lion ambles around on two legs, under the skeptical gaze of the zoo's real lions, a zoo video published by Japanese news agency Mainichi News Group shows.