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Steven G Silverberg – Ten Things You May Not Know About Japan


Posted on February 5th

Steven G Silverberg – Ten Things You May Not Know About Japan

Dr. Steve Silverberg lives three fourths of the year in the northern most part of Japan’s main island where it gets 3&1/2 meters of snow per year. This year the snow started a month earlier than normal and therefore there will be more snow this winter. The population of Japan is 130 million and their language is easy to speak but difficult to write. Restaurants specialize by type of food. There is a zero drink and drive law with a stiff penalty. If you drink, a taxi comes with a second driver to drive your car home for $18. Hot springs (104 degrees F) are popular and you must wash first. Mixed F/M bathing is dying out (shucks!). Medicare and dental care for 2 seniors is $1,000 per year.




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