Wreck me, plee-e-ease.
Also check out our other demolishing reports of:
- Cruel clogs … red of course (news.3yen.com/2014-04-13/cruel-clogs-tokyos-hooker-parade)
- World’s tallest demolition machine from Japan (news.3yen.com/2005-10-23/worlds-tallest-demolition-machine-from-japan)
- Get your Japan news here on the 3Yen one week before… (news.3yen.com/2005-10-30/get-your-japan-news-here-on-the-3yen-one-we)
This new “Delusional-mapping” T-shirt is a great solution to the general titlessness of the Japanese.
(goofy Google Translate of ekodworks.com)
[sic] The “Illusion grid” of this T-shirt is a unique delusional mapping technology inflates the grid pattern on the front with a full breast and creates a sense of volume. There is no doubt that people’s attention will be gathered!? The concept of “the wind that looks swollen at the chest” print T-shirt.
A few of our many previous itty-bitty titty reports include:
- Cool, fishy, Japanese titties (news.3yen.com/2012-05-10/cool-fishy-japanese-titties/)
- Japan’s public broadcaster NHK TV apologizes for bad titties (news.3yen.com/2007-01-02/japan-tv-apologises-for-bad-titties/)
- tiny ‘n’ toxic (news.3yen.com/2007-09-05/tiny-n-toxic/)
- japanese titty time (news.3yen.com/2006-09-23/japanese-titty-time/)
- The banned Pokemon episode (news.3yen.com/2006-02-11/the-banned-pokemon-episode/)
Shoes of fruits and vegetables adorn the cover of this month’s GINZA magazine—a special art piece by Yoshida UNI.
A few of our zillion previous reports Japan’s “cruel shoes” include:
- Cruelly cute shoes . . . from Japan of course (news.3yen.com/2016-02-18/cruelly-cute-shoes-from-japan-of-course/)
- Hello Shoes(tm) (news.3yen.com/2015-02-08/hello-shoestm/)
- Cruel clogs … Tokyo’s hooker parade (news.3yen.com/2014-04-13/cruel-clogs-tokyos-hooker-parade/)
Gothic-lolita wedding dress — “kawaii” worn by Ayaka Nishikido
Our previous bride reports include:
- 40kg Japanese wedding kimono vs the toilet (news.3yen.com/2017-02-28/kimono-vs-toilets/)
- Japanese bride cries (news.3yen.com/2005-08-02/japanese-bride-cries/)
- Bride of Pokemon (news.3yen.com/2005-07-26/bride-of-pokemon-et-al/)
As @waterhoader said, ″I am 100% for gender equality in the workplace… If my female counterparts can wear skirts, I should be able to wear″ skirts too.
How to go to the toilet in a kimono . . . not.
Premium pooping—“TOYLET ART”[sic}—a toilet finished with traditional Japanese lacquer
Traditionally, relieving oneself on a Japanese squat toilet while wearing a kimono was never easy. However in the old-days in Japan, panties did not exist and that made everything easier.
Actually, it’s quite the production at a Japanese wedding involving several ladies when the bride is forced to go to the toilet while wearing an uchikake/wedding kimono that can weight up to 20 kilograms (44 lbs.).
To learn more about Japanese premium pooping at the lacquer toilet’s manufacturer at: bidocoro.jp
A few of our many previous reports of kimono and toilets include:
Our long-time reader, Yuumi-chan writes:
DUNK YOU is true fashion sense in Japan dress with lacy frou-frou, right?
Yow! Talk about nostalgia overload for fans of Jordan brand’s for NIKE and the anime/manga SLAM DUNK. In this case, fashion is the Jordan/Nike: “Dunk You” basketball B-ball red T-shirt Shohoku, SLAM DUNK.
Our previous basketball reports include:
There’s no need to apologize about the latest issue of Vogue magazine—The only “apologizing” that is needed is for crappy hairstyling and white makeup. She’s not even wearing real kimono but rather Japanese designers’ reimagined designs of kimono. In addition, many Japanese people encourage foreign women to wear kimono—Some places in Japan offer free train/bus tickets to foreigners wearing kimono.—They looooove a freak show. (⊙_◎)
A few of our many previous reports of kimono craziness include:
14TH OF FEBRUARY IS FUNDOSHI DAY
…known for Valentines Day in many countries, it is also a Fundoshi Day in Japan. On Valentines Day…in Japan, we send Fundoshi [loincloths] to the ones we love...more...
JAPAN FUNDOSHI ASSOCIATION | 一般社団法人 日本ふんどし協会
Check out the funbutNotSafeForWork photos in our Comments section below.
Learn to loincloth in our previous Japanese fundoshi reports:
Here a sophisticated couple of 20-year-olds in traditional kimonos celebrating their “Coming of Age Day” (成人の日 / Seijin no Hi) today at Tokyo Disneyland in Chiba Prefecture, Japan.
Our previous reports of Coming-of-Age Day include: