Possibility of island dispute being settled by sharing. Like adults do.
North Korea has announced that the Japanese capital will be the first to feel its sulky irrational wrath in the event of a war.
The Japanese Self Defence Force has enlisted help from the Thunderbirds in their new recruitment drive.
A couple of dud bombs scare the crap out of Kobe and Shizuoka residents.
An actor named Shi Zhongpeng appeared as a Japanese soldier in over 200 Chinese TV shows last year, dying on screen up to eight times per day.
An adviser to Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has said that Japan and China need “rules of the game” concerning the Senkaku Islands, possibly confusing the potential trigger of WW3 with a Command & Conquer marathon he played over the weekend.
In an almost satirical exaggeration of the ‘naive Japanese tourist’ stereotype, a Japanese trucker has been spotted wandering around the front lines of the Syrian civil war dressed in military fatigues.
In an idea clearly stolen from the recent movie Battleship, the Japanese Coast Guard is considering using end-of-life patrol vessels and re-employing retired officers to help them deal with increased patrols around the disputed Senkaku/Diaoyu Islands. A perfect plan that will not only provide surveillance in the region, but also insult the Chinese Navy’s competence by sending a bunch of old men to face them.
“We are taking all possible measures for vigilance,” said Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda in response to news that North Korea plans to launch a rocket of some type between Dec. 10 and 22. Noda, possibly using air quotes, has warned of the “threat” that the rocket could be a type of ballistic missile.