Yummy! Now you can eat canned cat food served up by Japanese “maids” wearing brainwave-sucking Necomimi (3Yen 2011-05-06) cat ears for the ultimate kitty experience.
There’s a Cat Food Restaurant in Japan. It’s for Humans. kotaku.com | 2014feb21 My idea of a dinner out isn’t being served what looks like cat food by a feline waiter. But hey, that’s just me. Tomorrow in Tokyo, Nestlé Purina PetCare Company is opening "Restaurant Mon Petit," which is named after Mon Petit cat food… …The restaurant is for a limited time only and will serve a full course French style meal that’s inspired by, um, cat food… m0aR!~...
Duffy the bear is the biggest Disney character you never heard of (unless you happen to be a Disney freakazoid).
And now you can take his bus on the Journey of Fluffy Duffy to the Tokyo Disney Sea theme park.
Both the inside and out the bus is covered in push fur, which makes me wonder, How many Duffys died to give up their Duffy skins for the upholstery and outside fur wrapping of the Fluffy Duffy bus? ᶘ ᵒᴥᵒᶅ
A Bus Made Out of a Teddy Bear… Because Japan autoevolution.com | 4th February 2014
… bus is designed to look like Duffy, the teddy bear mascot of the Tokyo Disney Sea theme park. It’s been covered with fuzz and even has a face and ears at the front. If it sings repetitive music like an ice cream van…more…
The Namahage ogres visit to expel laziness in young children scaring them as they visit to the house in this is a traditional Japanese New Year’s folk event.
In the Tohoku region—the northeast of Japan—Namahage ogres visit homes during the Lunar (Chinese) New Year’s, which generally happens around February during the agricultural off-season. These ogres go from door to door frightening kids and admonishing them for their laziness as you can see below.
Sadly, nowadays the Namahage are mostly for tourists such as this event at Tokyu Department Store in Kichijoji, Tokyo.
Old McDonalds had a burger farm, ee-i-ee-i-o.
And on his farm he had kinky kigurumi, ee-i-ee-i-o.
These funny farm folks are Japanese wearing kinky kigurumi(3Yen / 2013-08-29) costumes of inflated latex rubber by the Japanese artist, “Saeborg.” His inflated masterpiece, “Slaughterhouse 9,” has recently won him the lucratively prestigious 17th Taro Okamoto Award for Contemporary Art.
Saeborg’s Japanese website says according goofy Google Translate:
The self-made animal suit with a rubber head portable infrastructure construction. We are working in favor of the non-Chakuguru thing. My Dream is to make an entire rubber farm.
Is this the face of a Japanese chef and also an exercise addict?
‘I’ve got FIFTEEN personalities’ dailymail.co.uk | 2013dec19
…Kimi Sands suffers from a rare condition called Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID), which results in her different personalities taking control of her body at any given time…15 of her personas, which include Japanese chef Satou, 22, exercise-addict Fiona, 17...more…
This is sort the ultimate in “cosplay fails,” ain’t it?
The above photo is part of are Minori’s latest Nature Series, “Rock”. According to her blog (Google Translate) told the photographer Takazawa Teppei that, ‘I have a funny rock, so why not try to make that work?’ Minori in her blog went on to explain…
…I think the history of a rock is like the history of a person.
While still in the magma state do not know its own shape—magma just swallows many things while flowing.
Then it slows and hardens rapidly.
As it continues to be, you become a big lump soon.
As a lump you are similar to the soul, to have thought of yourself, pride, a belief mass…
M * Voyage “Strength” (left) and M * Voyage “Rock” (right) Photographer, Teppei Takazawa