Tokyo’s true ‘Hyper Rescue Squad No.1′

hyper rescue squad seiretu Headlines of The Daily Yomiuri reportHyper Rescue Squad Sent“…. the Tokyo Fire Department has dispatched 30 specialized fire trucks and the Hyper Rescue Squad to continue to squirt corrosive sea water on the No. 1 reactor. hyper-rescue fire truck hyper-rescue farce
In the spirit of hyperbole, here is a video of Japan’s true Hyper Rescue Squad No.1—the Japanese group WORLD ORDER and Sudo Genki doing the rescue robot breakdance.


The music video above is “MACHINE CIVILIZATION” by the Japanese group WORLD ORDER and Sudo Genki. See more on YouTube.

Yes, Japan does have all the K-kool stuff like the Hyper Rescue Squad No.1 and their “special” fire trucks.

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10 thoughts on “Tokyo’s true ‘Hyper Rescue Squad No.1′”

  1. commentary…

    Video: ‘Machine Civilization’ – World Order
    Pink Tentacle | 25 Mar 2011
    World Order — the celebrated music/dance performance group led by former martial artist Genki Sudo — has released a fabulously choreographed video for the track “Machine Civilization,” along with some words of hope following the recent devastation in Japan.

    Sudo’s message in the YouTube video description:
    The unprecedented disasters unfolding in Japan; earthquakes, tsunami, and nuclear explosions, will somehow change things to come…more…

  2. “I''m Relieved I Was Exposed to Radiation Most”: Rescue Leader
    Tokyo, Mar 25 (Jiji Press) “I'm relieved that I was the one who's had radiation exposure the most in my crew,” says Yasuhiro Ishii of the Tokyo Fire Department's “hyper rescue” squad that sprayed water at a troubled nuclear power plant in Fukushima Prefecture, northern Japan.Last Friday evening, the 47-year-old hopped into a vehicle specially designed to measure radiation levels and headed to the crippled plantmore...

  3. Did you notice that in the final scene of the music video the 「WORLD ORDER」”salarymen” danced on the grave of Leon Trotsky* in Mexico to prepare for the end of the world on December 21, 2012?

  4. Sumitomo Corporation has decided to go with a truth-in-advertising approach and their recruiting division has decided to show prospective new hires exactly what is in store for them.

    The recruiting video for Sumitomo salarymen-bots is by ‘World Order’ (aka Genki Sudo) shows more of the true nature of Japanese life than would be expected.

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