Mon, 23 Oct 2017 20:06:49 GMT

Arama Japan (press release)

Hokkaido government publishes manga on how to act during a missile alert
Arama Japan (press release)
North Korea has taunted Hokkaido with two missile flights this year, first in August and again a few weeks later in September. The Hokkaido government reacted to the missile threat by producing a manga that gives advice on what to do when the sirens ...

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Fri, 20 Oct 2017 07:24:23 GMT

The Guardian

Hokkaido releases manga comic to combat North Korean threat
The Guardian
Weeks after two ballistic missiles overflew their island, authorities in Hokkaido have married geopolitical anxiety with Japan's love of comic books to produce a short manga advising millions of residents what to do in the event of a test launch, or ...
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Mon, 23 Oct 2017 01:58:00 GMT

The Japan News

KANTA ON MANGA / 'Inuyashiki' an inspiration for the middle-aged
The Japan News
I'm astounded that many important elderly characters in popular manga and anime from the past are younger than I am now. Namihei Isono from “Sazae-san” by Machiko Hasegawa is 54 and Captain Juzo Okita from “Space Battleship Yamato” is 52, while ...