Bunny pounding, Japanese style

Mr. Den4, the 3Yen’s correspondent-at-large writes…
Super Mariko is a cosplaying hammer-toting gal out to rescue the universe from neo-rapturers…

bunny pounding japanese girl
More photos of Super Mariko in the Comments section.

Cultural explanations:
bunny-girls 1) Bunny Girls* in Japan are considered very “cute” and are still de rigueur in Japan—Playboyesque bunnies found on the most staid venues such as children’s TV shows and the government broadcaster NHK.
themoon 2) The Man in the Moon for the Japanese is the Rabbit in the Moon. That is, the Japanese think the full moon looks like a rabbit pounding mochi rice cakes. For more about bunny beating see: Wikipedia.org/wiki/Moon_rabbit

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9 thoughts on “Bunny pounding, Japanese style”

  1. As we walked homeward across the fields, the sun dropped and lay like a great golden globe in the low west. While it hung there, the moon rose in the east, as big as a cart wheel, pale silver and streaked with rose colour, thin as a bubble or a ghost moon. For five, perhaps ten minutes, the two luminaries confronted each other across the level land, resting on opposite edges of the world.

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