Tongue in cheek, the new corporate track “suit” by ASICS is targeting Japan’s salaryman running their rodent race much like the old Regain energy drink TV commercial (see our Comments section).
Watch the rat-race suit in action in the fun ASICS TV commercial with English subtitles below.
A few of our other reports of sadsack salarymen include:
Rakuten, Japan’s biggest electronic commerce and Internet company1 has an ENDLESS [engrish] CHALLENGE™ with their Englishnization2 policy making all its employees conduct business in English.
1Refer to: wikipedia.org/wiki/Rakuten
2Refer to The Japan Times (2015-05-23): Rakuten forges ahead in English
3Refer to: wikipedia.org/wiki/X_Japan
Our previous engrish and Rakuten reports include:
The Adult VR (Virtual Reality) Expo will be held at Tokyo’s Ikebukuro this weekend. moguravr.com/adult-vr-expo-2016
The VR product shown below is described by goofy Google Translate as…
Dream of the penis warp machine— Once the interpolation is to Ona-hole, warp the penis is in the vagina of a favorite of that girl! Different dimension of pleasure strikes you!
Our previous reports of Japanese wanking tech include:
Anime eyes—What could be freakier and more desired by Japanese?
Japanese women often wear contact lenses with extra-wide tinted outer ring to give the look of a bigger, wider iris to make the entire eye look larger. ↓ (3Yen / 2008-09-07)
A few of our many other reports of Japanese folks worried that their eyes are too small include:
Like Kumamon, this is my pattern every four days for the six month long Tokyo death-summer, grrr.
Our previous krazy Kumamon reports include:
Shat and the Fonz do Japan, ri-i-i-ight.
TV Review - Hit the road with The Fonz and Captain Kirk in “Better Late Than Never”
gazette.com | August 22, 2016…
Cast of “Better Late Than Never” (NBCUniversal)
The reality show’s first episode takes Henry Winkler (“The Water Boy,” “Happy Days”), William Shatner (“Star Trek,” “TJ Hooker”), former Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Terry Bradshaw (“Fox NFL Sunday”), Boxer and grill salesman George Foreman, Jeff Dye (“Money from Strangers”) on a “wacky” adventure in Japan.
The geriatric group are advertised as, ″ brave enough to try almost anything″ including, ″ participating in a Japanese game show, sleeping in a hotel with rooms the size of a large refrigerator and climbing a lot of stairs.″
At the closing ceremony of the Rio Olympics, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, gets punked into dressing in a Super Mario clown costume.
Previous puerile posts of Japan and the Olympics include:
Breaking the bar on Asian stereotypes…
A few of our many previous boner reports include:
This supposedly is a recruitment poster for the Japan’s Self-Defense Forces who are, ″ Looking for people who can defeat Godzilla.″
I figured the above poster was just a Photoshop—But nope, it’s real. So, I helped Goji-chan make something more over-the-top.
A few of our many previous reports of Godzilla include:
Santa brings her hot gifts in mid-August mega-heat at the massive Comiket 90’s cosplay event, which always Japan’s biggest of the year.