For the Great Recession, Japan puts lipstick on a pig

As the rest of the world drags along determined to copy of Japan’s so-called “Lost Decade” (which actually has lasted for the past 20 years), Japanese folks have adapted to idea of Japan having a never-ending recession. Part of the adaptation to their recession without end, Japanese parents have been trying to instill in their children the idea of savings by putting lipstick on a pig.

miss piggy bank piggy
via Rinkya
These piggy banks are dressed in jewelry and heels for a fashionable display!

More on Japanese piggybanks in the 3Yen reports:
Exploding piggy bank, only in Japan
The ‘Happy Poop’ piggybank
and of course the famous…
The 500 yen eat me!facebank

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