It’s really delicious. The restaurant is introduced in Whale Restaurant, a documentary of whaling by Ms. Keiko Yagi. The film was shown from 10:00 am in Shinjuku K’s Cinema. So I got up very early and had a breakfast very early.
http://luna.pos.to/whale/ has extinguished since Sep. 2021. And I released Whaling Library Archive, its archive under Masaaki Ishida, the author’s permission. I asked someone if he knows Mr. Ishida directly and that person contacted Mr. Ishida. I thank that person.
The circumstance is like this.
toripan1111 is a big Japanese web activist for whaling and one of my mentors of this issue. He has a blog on Yahoo! Japan Blog service. And the service is going to end on 15 Dec. 2019. So the blog will be extinct. So I ripped the blog. And with the blog author’s permission, I made this Japanese website: https://users.emmanuelc.dix.asia/toripan1111/
You can search its pages by keywords on Search about the Issue of Whaling at Yahoo! Japan Message Board Archive since the website’s contents are strongly linked to its topics about whaling.
I found this news on Twitter. I saw someone shares Japan to withdraw from IWC to resume commercial whaling: sources as a post of Stop Sea Shepherd Violence! group on Facebook and I shared the same link on 20 Dec. 2018.
IWC is settled for sustainable whaling. It’s the aim of International Convention for the Regulation of Whaling.
Having decided to conclude a convention to provide for the proper conservation of whale stocks and thus make possible the orderly development of the whaling industry;
But they violate our rights of whaling itself against the contract. Anti-whaling countries including Australia and activists including Green Peace insult our scientific whaling for not scientific in spite of the fact that we show various scientific papers to IWC’s Scientific Committee. Anti-whaling foreigners don’t try to know the aim of IWC but they lie about the laws including the convention, about scientific facts including the estimates of whale populations. We cannot help that situation. So we, Japan need to withdraw from it.
Although my internet sites itself don’t have many viewers, I tried settling 反日問題・反捕鯨問題・その他, a Japanese wiki site with Dokuwiki for talking about anti-Japanese hate speech, about anti-whaling propaganda, and about the other issues discussed on Le Salon de Emmanuel Chanel, my forum.
You can edit the wiki contents by registering an account on the forum.
On the Japanese web community about whaling, one recommends people to eat the whale dishes cooked by the specialists since we can learn what the whale dishes really are. And I felt that I needed to learn. So I ate the whale meat dishes in a restaurant some months ago.
I’m no good at cooking. So I couldn’t learn the skill anyway. I didn’t ask the cooks to teach it first of all, though. All I can say about the whale dishes is that they are really delicious. I wish that the whale meats were much cheaper.
These pictures really show how delicious those dishes are.
We, Japan send Antarctic Research Expedition to Antarctica under Antarctic Treaty. So the treaty and its freeze of the territorial claims over Antarctica are very famous. And in Japan, we take it for natural that such children’s books like these are widely published. But I hear that it’s not in foreign countries including Europe and America. These except the web contents are usually lent in public libraries. So even very poor people have chances to learn it in Japan. (In Japan, illiteral people are very irregular, under our public education.) Continue reading Antarctic Treaty in Japanese children’s books
This topic is not so new but still too many anti-whaling idiots are ignorant of these facts. Kyodo Senpaku’s scientific whaling is out of Australian jurisdiction as it’s proven by these. ( I decorated the text to make it easy to copy-and-paste.)
- The Australian court rule over Kyodo Senpaku is internationally invalid, Dr. Troy Coyle.
- John Thiel tries to delete his undesired history about our refutation of the Australian court’s jurisdiction over Antarctic waters.
John Thiel(Facebook / LinkedIn) often posts comments on the Facebook page of Japan Today. I don’t know what he says about the other topics of Japan well. But on its post of the Australian court’s rule against our whaling vessels , facing our refutation of its jurisdiction over Antarctic waters by Yamamoto San, Tricia Wiles, and me, he deleted his comment thread including our replies and reposted the same comment. So he tried to delete his undesired history about our refutation. Continue reading John Thiel tries to delete his undesired history about our refutation of the Australian court’s jurisdiction over Antarctic waters.