In Japan, Budhha is a conehead

 

moody-jizo-conesPrezo de Jizo-traffic cone estas ¥6,500.
Mi volis vendi ilin la mondo. pic.twitter.com/x0Mz3XwSAC — 長谷川 維雄 (@hasegawa_fusao) July 24, 2015

 

Originally, these Buddha cones (actually Jizo cones) were an art project of Mr. Hasegawa that became a minor commercial success because they have an actual purpose.
The-rest-of-the-story…
Japan has many temples and often these undermanned places are the only open and green spots in the cities. These temples make tempting places to illegally park. Putting a “face” on these Don’t-Park-Here cones increases compliance. Also, traffic cones and barriers are placed in quiet areas that attract the endless hords of drunk salaryman looking for places to pee—Who is going to pee on Buddha, even an orange conehead one?

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Previous reports of Coneheads in Japan on the 3Yen include:

 


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11 thoughts on “In Japan, Budhha is a conehead”

  1. Here are some close-ups of the Jizo traffic cone design…

    conehead-budhha-trio かねてから要望があった地蔵コーンのミニタイプが完成しました。モデルは甥。カラーは今のところレッドのみで、ネット販売も準備中です。 —(@hasegawa_fusao) Oct. 1, 2015

  2. I had not trouble at all fapping to the traffic cone gal! Thank you desu!
    。o@(^-^)@o。

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