Kaori Shibuya, center, started her own business two years ago and is confident she can support herself. By Motoko Rich. TOKYO — The bride wore a birthday cake of a dress, with a scalloped-edge bodice and a large hoop skirt. A veil sprouted from her black bob. Moments before the wedding began, she stood quietly on a staircase, waiting to descend to the ceremony. This was no conventional wedding to join two people in matrimony.
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Sushi in Tokyo is no longer a man's game
Tsutomu Miyazaki - Wikipedia
A i Aoyama is a sex and relationship counsellor who works out of her narrow three-storey home on a Tokyo back street. Her first name means "love" in Japanese, and is a keepsake from her earlier days as a professional dominatrix. Back then, about 15 years ago, she was Queen Ai, or Queen Love, and she did "all the usual things" like tying people up and dripping hot wax on their nipples. Her work today, she says, is far more challenging. Aoyama, 52, is trying to cure what Japan's media calls sekkusu shinai shokogun , or "celibacy syndrome".
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Why Are Little Kids in Japan So Independent?
Trains stop there only a few times a day—once to pick up the girl for school and a few times after the school day is over. It sounds like a Hayao Miyazaki film. Ridership at the Kyu-Shirataki station and a few neighboring ones had dramatically fallen because of the remote location, and freight service had ended there as well. But students depend on the train for transit, and parents asked that the company keep the station open for their children.
Corrects this July 19 story to show that incident with neighbor was this month, not last month, in 18th paragraph. Public broadcaster NHK, which identified the year-old man as Shinji Aoba, citing police, said he served time in prison for robbing a convenience store east of Tokyo in and, after his release, lived in facilities for former convicts. He had also received care for mental illness, NHK said.