Source (Japanese): http://rocketnews24.com/2012/04/25/205945/
Translation by @ShibataBread
Edited by @tofupizza
According to January 2011 data obtained from the Japanese Ministry of Health, 10,890 homeless people live in Japan. However, the actual number could be much higher because each municipality conducted only visual counts of the homeless people in the area.
Just how did these people become homeless? And how exactly do they live their lives? A new project called “Homeless Bar” in Shimokitazawa invites the public to attend an event where they can listen to the stories of homeless people.
感動、Kandô means to be impressed or be moved by certain event or object.
Decades ago, I was at the age of thinking, no, KNOWING I was the hottest bicyclist in the neighborhood. I mean, I could go wherever I wanted to go, and whenever I wanted to go – with an approval from my mom.
Go, known as 碁 in Japanese, wéiqí in Chinese and baduk in Korean, is an ancient board game for two players that originated in China more than 2,000 years ago. The game is noted for being rich in strategy despite its relatively simple rules.
Original upload from http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xO7KfTu7VmU by DQNsarasi
Translation by www.shibatabread.com
Original uploader states that this was indeed televised once but was quickly taken down upon numerous complaints from customers.
I would like to think this is a spoof, but you never know…
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