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Gorou Hata
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Japan Considers Introducing Online Gaming
SWITZERLAND (February 16, 2009) – The ruling Liberal Democratic Party has started communicating with the some of the worlds' largest online gambling operators to discuss casinos in Japan. The casino operators are sure that Japan has what it takes to be a successful destination:......................Subscribers

'Green Jumbo' Lottery Tickets Go On Sale Offering Top Prize of 150 Million Yen
MAINICHI, Japan (February 16, 2009) – A lottery whose top prize is 150 million yen went on sale on Monday, drawing lines of people in front of lottery stands across the nation......................Subscribers

Tokyo Government Eyeing Lotteries To Finance Olympic Construction
TOKYO, Japan (February 9, 2009)  -- The Tokyo metropolitan government is considering holding lotteries if the city is selected to host the 2016 Summer Olympic Games to finance part of the costs of constructing facilities for the event, metropolitan government sources said Monday...................Subscribers

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