, after:

  • having its database corrupted/down for almost a year,
  • losing the 3yen domain name, and
  • living in low-rent exile at 3yenblog.wordpress.com/.

Stay tuned.

666 has no particular meaning


Remember kids—swallow a seed and you’ll grow a tree in your belly. Swallow your gum and you’ll grow the Antichrist.


tokoscum-twitCeiling Gallery‏
@tokyoscum July 11, 2017


In Japan, 666 has no particular meaning.
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A few of our other previous 666 reports include:








Right now the 3Yen is the 3Ringgit — I’m the Wild Man of Borneo and on vacation for a week deep in the jungles of Malaysia.


Yum yum! Yum! Yum! Eat ‘um up! Yum! Yum! Eat ‘um up!


Easter in Japan

Several years after Usagi‘s mysterious disappearance around Easter, this washes up in Tokyo Bay…


#gloomy #tokyo #bunny ears pic.twitter.com/DPBO39yJXd 
&larr Chris Carlier (@Pubgoblin) 2015-08-30



Nova's USAGI
Ah, Tokyo life…and continual Resurrection of the cheeky NOVA Usagi/Bunny


Previous reports of Japan’s Easter Bunny aka the NOVA Usagi mascot include:



Christmas Day’s night in Japan

The night after Christmas day in Nippon…


xmas-day-nightDec. 25, 2015 18:33 pic.twitter.com/FNM1kLvLk8 — ジロー(ジュークロック)不知撮人 (@juke69rock) December 26, 2015


The early hours of Boxing Day in a regular Japanese neighborhood. Our previous reports the hell-on-earth aesthetics of the Japan landscape include:


Xmas Japan! The 2015 edition

Santa surprises the kiddies in Japan!

(The “Santa” shown above is actually a Japanese priest dressed as Tengu (Wiki), a protective, if dangerous, demon/spirit of the mountains and forests.)

Next we have…
Ho, ho, ho from Santa-alien!
The deep-sea bug is the Sanctacaris—literally, “Santa Claws”.


Finally, check out the always creepy mascot of Japan’s Fujiya chain of confectionery stores, possessed Pekko-chan (Wiki)

Pekko-chan christmas
Pekko-chan’s Christmas fun…

‘Weird Japan’ — Oh how the mighty have fallen.

Weird Japan™ has been the mainstay of Internet since its beginning. But now as Japan just its fourth recession in five years (Bloomberg | 2015-Nov-16), even Japan is suffering from a weirdness deficit.

Previous puerile posts of playgrounds in now-not-so-weird Japan on the 3Yen include:


Batmin and Hobbin

Are you going as “Batmin and Hobbin for Halloween?

calvin-and-hobbes pic.twitter.com/89XtOabtLx — Calvin and Hobbes (@Calvinn_Hobbes) February 12, 2015

Yuumi via email writes:

Nah. I’m going with my boyfriend.

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true-love-night-scarlet-moon-1Halloween night, scarlet moon

Cinco De Mayo!

Today is Japanese “Cinco De Mayo”!


Learn more about Japanese Kewpie mayonnaise in our previous reports: