Japanese websites that don’t work in Internet Explorer 8

ZDNet shows which websites are not working in IE 8. Here are some of the Japanese websites that are incompatible with IE8.
Microsoft’s IE 8 incompatibility list: 2,400 major sites (and counting)

yahoo.co.jp
fc2.com
rakuten.co.jp
google.co.jp
goo.ne.jp
nifty.com
biglobe.ne.jp
amazon.co.jp
livedoor.jp
ocn.ne.jp
geocities.jp
infoseek.co.jp
ameblo.jp
so-net.ne.jp
seesaa.net
2ch.net
cocolog-nifty.com
livedoor.com
sakura.ne.jp
exblog.jp
jugem.jp
plala.or.jp
teacup.com
excite.co.jp
kakaku.com
allabout.co.jp
shinobi.jp
nicovideo.jp
mainichi.jp
mixi.jp
yaplog.jp
nhk.or.jp
jword.jp
yomiuri.co.jp
ameba.jp
nikkansports.com
livedoor.biz
jalan.net
dtiblog.com
gyao.jp
webry.info
okwave.jp
asahi.com
japanpost.jp
impress.co.jp
xrea.com
www.ne.jp
nikkeibp.co.jp
msn.co.jp
iij4u.or.jp
dmm.co.jp
sponichi.co.jp
benesse.ne.jp
sblo.jp
cookpad.com
nikkei.co.jp
ecnavi.jp
carview.co.jp
atwiki.jp
mmaaxx.com
vector.co.jp
walkerplus.com
itmedia.co.jp
nissen.co.jp
jal.co.jp
kir.jp
xmbs.jp
jreast.co.jp
caribbeancom.com
shop-pro.jp
softbank.jp
discas.net
fmworld.net
blogspot.com
kddi.com
hangame.co.jp
jp-sex.com
big.or.jp
peps.jp
jpn.org
sony.co.jp
mlit.go.jp
bidders.co.jp
tokyo.jp
ekitan.com
jr-odekake.net
ebank.co.jp
cocacola.co.jp
ddo.jp
auone.jp
smbc.co.jp
ntt.com
jra.go.jp
epson.jp
chizumaru.com
xvn.jp
dietnavi.com
gendama.jp
utamap.com
uic.to
wazap.com
infoq.jp
en-japan.com
fruitmail.net
dip.jp
lifemile.jp
mikle.com
konami.jp
drecom.jp
uploader.jp
cururu.jp
playstation.com
gpoint.co.jp
p-world.co.jp
chobirich.com
chance.com
netmile.co.jp
sbisec.co.jp
mynavi.jp
pia.jp
showtime.jp
shard.jp
gmo.jp
zozo.jp
gaitameonline.com
potora.jp
flurl.com
alc.co.jp
wikiwiki.jp
weathernews.jp

Posted in Internet, Japan
3 comments on “Japanese websites that don’t work in Internet Explorer 8
  1. MJD-S says:

    Very helpful. Thanks Microsoft.

  2. Chris says:

    Not quite…it means that the site doesn’t follow web standards and that people are viewing it in IE8’s Compatibility Mode rather than Standards Mode.
    Check out:
    http://blogs.msdn.com/ie/archive/2009/02/06/com
    patibility-list-faq.aspx
    It’s just about getting more sites to follow web standards.

  3. The ironic thing is that nobody wants to conform to Web Standards until the elephant in the room, IE6, is gone.
    If MS is serious about web standards it would force IE6 to upgrade.