An actual Japanese biker/bosozoku gang call to action…
″ Gang of guys without girls,
let’s run wild!!″
A better Japanese biker/bosozoku call to action…
♪~ Soy un perdedor / I’m a loser baby, so why don’t you kill me?
Here’s a TV news report in Japanese showing parts of a police video of the bosozoku “rampage”—They look real scary, don’t they?
Our previous reports of buttboybozozoku include:
Today is Pearl Harbor Day* from the current Japanese perspective (Wiki).
このイラストが大好きで — 部屋に飾っています(*^^*) — スギモトカステン (@kuromedakaf14) 2016-03-16
Previous “Pearly” posts on the topic of December 7th 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!
Merry XXXmas from “Akasaka Surprise City” (浅草のびっくり市)…
…In Tokyo’s Asakusa district, [street advertising – also appeared stripper] * 1953 Christmas 25 days ahead after one month, shopping district of Asakusa was also made to appear a Santa Claus made advertising specialties surprised the city soon. While passing a song of stripper untimely Virgin Mary is Furimaki the charm from the model of the chimney, “Jingle Bells”, the Asakusa of the city was the parade.
♬It’s beginning to look like Christmas / Everywhere you go~♪
Santa brings her gifts to Tokyo early…
A few of our many previous reports Japanese Christmas include:
Japanese toilet candy shit-kit — the Moco Moco Mocolet™.
Besides kits with modern flushers, they also offer candy in old style Japanese squat toilets. Each kit contains toy toilets with blue poop-candy powder that has a soda flavor and a pink poop with strawberry flavor.
See more about the toy toilet kits in the Comments section.
A few of our other many shitty toilet tales of Japan include:
Separated at birth?
(Ritual Japanese food vs Safety helmet)
The above Mickey Mouse rice cakes (鏡餅 — Wikipedia) are a traditional Japanese New Year decoration consisting of two rounded mochi (pounded rice), the smaller placed atop the larger (see right). Kagami mochi is usually placed in a household Shinto altar, or kamidana in the tokonoma, a small decorated alcove in the main room of the home.
Contempory ones like the Mickey Mouse rice cakes are often pre-moulded into the shape of stacked discs, made in plastic packages for the mass market, and sold as a holiday decoration much like a crappy plastic Christmas wreath.
Our previous reports of mochi rice include:
Daruma* bums around Japan…
Click on the left and right arrows to view the slide show of Daruma.
Daruma previously reported on include:
Tokyo is in the full throes of Halloween right now and Tokyo Fashion Week (below) isn’t helping.
Other Japanese fashion victims featured include:
Here are few of our previous reports of the true survivors of Japan, the Cones: