KFC Japan’s boneless chicken mascot
>James Simpson @jamesinjapan >March 27, 2015
Mo’ boneless fun!
(via KFC Japan)
Jimmu, Japan’s legendary first emperor…encountered a three-legged crow named Yatagarasu…believed to be a messenger of the gods, or an incarnation of the sun
—via Japan National Tourism Organization: Three-Legged Crows
Better than the “SEMEN SHIP” TV commercial (3Yen 2005-12-22) ↓ for Japan Navy recruitment.
More fun than the Japanese Coast Guard’s seagoing dance routines. ↓
Presenting the 6th annual The Tokyo Boys Collection—a fabulous fashion show and entertainment extravaganza of the Japanese Self-Defense Force (JSDF). ↓
More catwalk details at:
RocketNews24 | 2015/03/26
Tokyo Boys Collection teams up with Japan Self-Defense Force to parade their fine men in uniform
…with the theme of “The Japanese Spirit that Enchants the World” to guide them…The Tokyo Boys Collection is a fashion and music event celebrates male fashion with celebrities who are involved with TV, movies, theater, magazines, and other media...more...
Japetella prismatica from the Report on the Cephalapoda of the H.M.S. Challenger, one of the earliest worldwide oceanographic expeditions
From the Report on the Cephalapoda H.M.S. Challenger during the Years 1873-76 (online complete collection)
Sir, we don't have room for the final 'n' on our booth sign.
Nobody will notice. Put it up.
pic.twitter.com/8aqg9xeeqK >— via Peter Durfee (@Durf) March 23, 2015
The black bag on the far left of the photo reads:
Any small part of a curve is almost a straight line. — Anthony Davis (@ozAntinnippon) March 21, 2015
— Anthony Davis (@ozAntinnippon) March 21, 2015
Always at the forefront of innovation, the beat-off brainiacs at Tenga are now offering the:
New Tenga “Vacuum Controller” fleshlight features converter for international sizes.
New Tenga "Vacuum Controller" fleshlight features converter for international sizes. https://t.co/8ZKanYb7eo pic.twitter.com/e9oQt9urpo— Ceiling Gallery (@tokyoscum) March 20, 2015
Previous reports of Japan’s high-tech Tenga on the 3Yen include:
• Tenga temptations are in the pocket
(3Yen / 2014-04-29)
• Japan beats off all to win the
‘Red Dot Award: Product Design 2012′
(3Yen / 2012-03-18)
• Japan ‘relief’ (3Yen / 2011-06-21)
• Transformer TENGA twisto (3Yen / 2011-09-21)
• Danny Choo waxes his dolphin (3Yen / 2010-07-17)
• Japan beats (off) all! (3Yen.com / 2008-05-30)
Japan’s newest Bullet Train at the “Banpaku Testudou” doesn’t need expensive tracks, hyper-expensive maglev guideway, or even a right-of-way!
— The Japan Times (@japantimes) March 20, 2015
Japan’s new Segway-like electric tricycle, the “Ily-A,” has been unveiled this week. According to technologicvehicles.com the Ily-A can take several forms: a three-wheel seated scooter, a stand-up transporter, or a carrying basket for shopping in its minimized-mode.
Previous reports on the 3Yen of Japan reinventing the Segway include:
• Japan invents the Segway! (again) (3Yen / 2015-01-14)
• They see em rollin, they hatin’… (3Yen / 2010-05-16)
• Toyota invents the Segway! (3Yen / 2008-08-06)
• Toshiba invents the Segway (3Yen / 2006-11-14)
• Better than the Segway or ‘Jegway’ (3Yen / 2006-11-29)
• Time Magazine names Toyota’s i-unit™ ‘coolest’
(3Yen / 2005-11-17) ↘