The fruicake-guru, Ryuho Okawa, of the Japanese “Happy Science” cult says to vote for Trump because, ″ the spirit of President Washington revealed that he has been reincarnated into the world as Donald Trump.″
Learn more about Japan’s Happy Science and its Happiness Realization Party at (3Yen / 2012-12-15). Also refer to Wikipedia’s wikipedia.org/wiki/Happy_Science entry.
Taking a hint from the current populist wave of world “leaders” like Donald Trump and Rodrigo Duterte of The Philippines, Kumamoto Prefecture’s Most Majestic Minister-for-Life, Kumamon, welcomes all to take a seat at his desk at the Office of World Expansion, モン☆!!~
(Above photo taken at: Kumamoto Sales Office, 8 Hancho-machi, Chuo-ku, Kumamoto City, Kumamoto Prefecture, 860-0808 JAPAN)
Our previous reports Most Majestic Minister-for-Life, Kumamon, include:
The ever adventurous mascot bear, Kumamon, discovers a Stargate to a better time—the booming Bubble Era* of the late 1980s when Japan was №1, モン☆ !!~
A few of the our many reports of Stargate appearances in Japan include:
Tokyo is in the full throes of Halloween right now and Tokyo Fashion Week (below) isn’t helping.
Other Japanese fashion victims featured include:
Today, October 24th, is Japan’s official Margarine Day, w0oT?!
(“10/24 is Margarine Day”)
Why October 24th?
October 24th is the birthday of the French chemist, Hippolyte Mège-Mouriès, who created margarine as a substitute for butter in 1869 as a result of a request by Emperor Napoleon III (Wiki). Therefore, the Japan Margarine Industry Association picked the 24th for Japan’s Margarine Day.
Refer to the association’s official website at:
margarine-cp.com (goofy Google Translate)
″ Dude, where’s my flying car?″
Japan is attempting to build a Jetson’s flying car to light the Tokyo Olympic cauldron in 2020.
Engineers hope to light Olympic cauldron with a flying car
The Asahi Shimbun ~ October 20, 2016
TOYOTA, Aichi Prefecture--A car that takes to the air to light the Olympic cauldron might sound like a fantasy, but young engineers are working here to make it a reality at the 2020 Tokyo Games.
The automotive and aviation engineers are aiming to run their vehicle on the track of the new National Stadium and fly it to the Olympic cauldron to light the flame at the opening ceremony …
ABOVE: Full-scale prototype of a flying car being developed in Toyota City, Aichi Pref., rises to the massive height of one meter. (Photo by Cart!vator).
Our previous reports of Japanese crap-tech and flying cars include:
As this Japanese toilet signage says, ″ Good poo is born in a comfy place.″ (3Yen | 2014-10-28).
That is, poo is precious according Toilet Japan‘s PR campaign.
Toilet Japan.jimdo.com wants us to, “think compassion is to clean the toilets in Japan.” They also remind us that the honorable Toilet Spirit — Benjo-gami of Shinto (Wiki) is awaiting with retribution for those with poor toilet manners. →
View all the poo posters at Toilet Japan’s website: toilet-japan.jimdo.com
Previous poop on Japan here on 3Yen.com includes:
← A bit less boring and bellicose than Uncle Sam’s “I WANT YOU!” here is the recruiting poster I found in my Tokyo subway for Japan’s “I ☆ P’s” [sic] idols of the country’s ‘Self-Defense Forces’ who want you! ↓
goofy Google Translate of a Self-Defense Force recruiting site:
… This is the new design for Japan’s Self-Defense Forces recruiting posters …. the refreshing image of the new design will bring a bright and positive frame of mind…in a fresh illustration such that wants to continue to challenge something. The new recruiting slogan will be, “The shining me!”
The fearsome “I ☆ P’s” military recruiting characters pictured are:
• Miss Lark of the Air Self-Defense Force dressed in air force blue.
• Miss Rose of the Maritime Self-Defense Force dressed in navy whites.
• Miss Plum of the Ground Self-Defense Force dressed army green.
Our previous reports Japan’s Self-Defense Forces include:
Here are few of our previous reports of the true survivors of Japan, the Cones:
As we have said before, Japan is where the traffic lights sing (3Yen / 2006-10-25). But now it seems that Japan’s pedestrian crossings are going for the birds.
Song melodies at pedestrian crossings nationwide are being phased out in favour of birdcalls.
— Mulboyne (@Mulboyne) October 7, 2016
The decline of the crosswalk song “Toryanse” for crossing signals with birdcalls
goofy Google Translate of Asahi Shimbun | 2016 October 7
The traditional musical crossing signal, “Toryanse,” which meant to aid the visually impaired persons is being replaced throughout Japan with crossing signals using birdcalls…the east-west direction of traffic is marked with a chickadee song and the north-south direction with a cuckoo song…The National Police Agency, which has been promoting the change … [had a] demonstration/experiment in 2002 that found that more than half of the visually impaired persons evaluated birdcalls as, “easier to understand sound of the traffic direction than conventional crossing music.”