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In Japan, pregnant women do not generally stop eating sushi when they become pregnant, and many Japanese pregnancy books suggest eating sushi as part of a healthy, low-fat diet during pregnancy. Japanese tradition has it that postpartum women get certain kinds of sushi in …

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Newly pregnant on a trip to Japan, I learned about Jizo —a Buddhist bodhisattva who is the protector of ren who die before they are born. When I had a miscarriage, he provided me with some

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May 30, 2018 · More than 120 pregnant female whales were among 333 killed during Japan’s recent annual summer hunt off the coast of Antarctica, according to a new report.

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A Japanese worker has been reprimanded by her boss for “selfishly breaking the rules” after she became pregnant before it was her “turn”, according to media reports.

In Japan, doctors monitor the weight of a pregnant woman very seriously during checkups. The general advice on weight gain during pregnancy is quite strict, with recommendations that women shouldn’t gain more than between 7 and 12 kilograms during their pregnancy.

Confirming the pregnancy. If you suspect you may be pregnant, you’ll be happy to know that simple, pee-on-a-stick type home pregnancy tests (ninshin kensayaku) can typically be found at any drugstore for a few hundred yen. To confirm your pregnancy head to your local hospital or ladies’ clinic for a …

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By MarEx 2018-05-28 22:48:23 Humane Society International has expressed outrage that 122 pregnant female whales were killed this year in the Southern Ocean as part of Japan…

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May 30, 2018 · More than 120 pregnant whales were killed during Japan’s annual hunt last summer, a report has revealed, prompting outrage among conservationists.

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Satogaeri shussan, or going back home, is a traditional custom in Japan according to which pregnant women return to their natal homes for labor and birth.This tradition, though waning in contemporary Japan, reinforces family ties and also reflects the practical needs of the mother to be.

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