Today is December 7th…
Our previous REMBERances include:
The Japan Toilet Association celebrates an unofficial Toilet Day on November 10, because in Japan the numbers 11/10 (for the month and the day) can be read as ii-to(ire), which also means “Good Toilet”.
Godzilla doesn’t have a real birthday, but the original film was released on November 3, 1954, so fans like to think of today, the third, as his 63rd birthday.
A few of our many previous stories about Goji-chan (the Japanese diminutive for “Godzilla darling”) include:
…is ready for Japan’s Sewerage Day (Sept. 10).
Yep, Sewerage Day (下水道の日) even has a crap character mascot, “SuiSui” (スイスイ) kun—“SuiSui” means “Smoothly.” Check out the many other sewer mascots of Japan at mondomascots.com.
Google Image Search this again for a better date and details about the photo
Taken in 1949, the photo below shows a lively Yokohama street targeting US servicemen with an Atomic Bomb Variety Show and a Japan Surender [sic] Bar. This exhibits the signs of the start of an economic boom after the BIG BOOM in Hiroshima on August 6, 1945.
Previous reports on Hiroshima and post-war Japan include:
- (3Yen / )
- (3Yen / )
- (3Yen / )
Once again, it’s that special time…Japan’s HAMBURGER DAY!
So, eat your Zombie Burger before it eats you.
More bites of burgers in the Comments section…
Other bite me burger posts include:
…an unholy reanimated prose corpse shambling through the discourse, groaning hideously if it can haz cheezburger”
Let’s introduce Tokyo’s Miss Sewerage…
…in preparation for Japan’s Sewerage Day (Sept. 10).
Our previous sewer excrements include:
In Japan, 666 has no particular meaning.
A few of our other previous 666 reports include:
‘Secret weapon’ for countermeasures against crop damage
‘Super Monster Wolf’ launched in Chiba prefecture July 11th
goofy Google Translate of The Sankei Shimbun | 2017-July-09
To prevent serious damage by wildlife to rice paddies, such as wild boar ravaging crops in Chiba Prefecture, the JA (Japan Agricultural Cooperatives) of Kisarazu City have released a “secret weapon”: a robot scarecrow modeled on a Hokkaido wolf, the “Super Monster Wolf.” It barks and howls with a great vigor up to 90 decibels, and it has infrared sensors that cause the wolf’s eyes to flicker red like a flame when agricultural pests like boar or deer are detected…
…The JA has developed the Super Monster Wolf with the cooperative research of Hokkaido University, Tokyo University of Agriculture and University, and Okita Seiki Corporation over the past seven years…
…Besides loud wolf noises, the robot scarecrow can produce a variety of surprising sounds such as the firing of a gun as well as several dozen artificial sounds that pest species find uncomfortable, and it can blast these noises over area is about 1 square kilometer. For power the Super Monster Wolf is connected to a battery and solar panel…
A few of our many previous scarecrow reports include: