Cool Japan stinks it up!

Shown below is the Japan’s government-sponsored pollution of the “Cool Japan” program last weekend that is trying to best China in all things…even stinky air.


Review: Moshi Moshi Nippon Festival at Tokyo Metropolitan Gymnasium
— The Japan Times: A&E (@japantimes_arts) November 11, 2015


The photo above shows singer Toshiko Koshijima of the “Moshi Cool” section the Moshi Moshi Nippon Festival (which is part of the Cool Japan initiative).

Previous 3yen reports of the government’s “Cool Japan” propaganda initiative include:
   • Cool Japan Expo in Paris is full of K-pop! (3Yen / 2014-07-24)
   • Is Japan Cool? Toilets! (3Yen / 2012-03-07)
   • ‘Gross National Cool’–Japan’s foreign policy
         (3Yen / 2004-12-14)



North Korea’s Kim Jong Un gives field guidance on hair styling and peerless pissciculture to the Pyongyang Catfish Farm on October 31.

Kim Jong Un Visits Pyongyang Catfish Farm
catfish-advicekcna-watch-logo — KCNA Watch (@KCNAWatch) November 2, 2015



Heil mein Führer Abe!

defaced-abeTokyo cops arrest man for adding Hitler moustaches to Abe posters
Tokyo Reporter | 2015-Sep-27
Tokyo Metropolitan Police on Friday announced the arrest of a 71-year-old manTakeshi Muto is alleged to have used an oil-based pen to draw a narrow moustache, very similar to that made famous by Adolf Hitler, on an image of Abe appearing on a poster hanging on a fence inside a parking lot inMachida City


The elderly vandal admitted to police his guilt saying that, in considering the current government, it was unavoidable.″
The rest-of-the-story is that Japan’s current Prime Minister, Shinzo Abe, has undemocratically rammed through changes to the Japanese Constitution in the past weeks and supports “revisionist” histories of WWII in school textbooks and the press (the Japanese equivalent of Holocaust denying).


Previous 3Yen reports about the already conservative Japan’s shift to right-wing extremism on the include:


Japan’s Gamera has invaded North Korea !

Gamera-comic Japan’s kaiju, Gamera, The Invincible, Super Monster, Guardian of the Universe, and Friend of All Children (Wiki) has been seen invading North Korea!


North Korean zoo upgrades include 65-meter ‘turtle’
NK News – North Korea News / 2015 Sept. 21
Upgrades to Pyongyang’s Central Zoo include construction of a 65-meter turtle-shaped building, and a larger construction in the shape of a bird’s wing, satellite imagery and a bulletin from Korean Central Television (KCTV) revealmore...


Previous Gamera reports on the 3Yen include:
   • Gamera chomp! (3Yen / 2015-09-18)
   • Gamera camera (3Yen / 2014-03-24/)
   • Gamera captured in Tokyo’s Ginza! (3Yen / 2006-04-25)
‘Turtles can fly’ premieres in Japan (3Yen / 2005-07-27)
   • Nagasaki’s mutant Crocotutle scare (3Yen / 2010-08-13)


Kumamon for Peerless Leader 2016!

Dearest Leader, who is a perfect incarnation of the appearance that a leader should have…Kumamon 2016!

kumamon-presidentkumamon__bigger Kumamon/くまモン【公式】 ‏@55_kumamon 2015-08-27 —くまモン体操でくまもとのPRだモン!会いにきてくまさってサンくまー☆

Previous reports Kumamon/くまモン—Great Bear, Who Descended From Heaven—on the 3Yen include:



Mocking Japan’s fraudulent new National Stadium for the 2020 Olympics

2020_stadium I decided to join the fun of all the Japanese folks mocking the fraudulent waste (3Yen 2015-05-20) of a new National Stadium for the 2020 Olympics at the hashtag: #新国立競技場クソコラグランプ (translation: #Crappy Photoshop Grand Prix for the new National Stadium)salon-stadia_640x

I previously explained about the above Mr. “NO MORE” (no more illegal downloading of movies) at | 2012-11-01: Saddest costume ever

Previous 3Yen reports Japan’s preparation for the useless, waste-of-money, 2020 Olympics include:

FÜÇK THE 2020 OLYMPICS! ┌∩┐|☢ _ゝ☢|

Japan’s government to fill centenarians’ silver cups with hemlock

silver-cup-for-hemlock The (2015-June-23, in Japanese) is reporting that the:

left_quoter_14x24100-year-old Silver Cup is a tax waste.right_quoter_13x24 Outside business experts have recommended they stop giving away silver cups to Japanese celebrating their 100th birthday.
In a review of excessive government spending, business experts have recommended to the Ministry of Health that such expenditures for elderly be curtailed.
In the 2014 fiscal year 31,500 cups had to be prepared each costing about 8,000 yen ($69 USD) per person for a total budget of 298 million yen ($226,391 USD).

Previous 3Yen reports of aging/dying/dead Japan include:


Useless new stadium for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics comes up short

The fuckin' retards just finished tearing down the perfectly re-usable old Olympic stadium last week, and now they cannot build the hi-tech improvements for the new stadium, which was the whole the reason for building the new venue in the first place, sheesh.

With time running out, Japan to scale back stadium for 2020 Tokyo Olympics
JAPAN TODAY — May 19, 2015
Japan plans to scale back the main stadium for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics as the government runs short of money and time, the country’s sports minister said Monday.
Hakubun Shimomura said a planned retractable roof wouldn’t be built in time for the games, and some of the 80,000 seats would be temporary ones, according to Japanese media reports.
Shimomura, whose ministry oversees sports, education and science, made the remarks in an exchange of views with Tokyo Gov. Yoichi Masuzoe. He asked if the city of Tokyo could shoulder 50 billion yen ($418 million) of the 169 billion yen construction cost. Masuzoe was non-committal

Previous 3Yen reports on the boondoggle of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics include:


May Day fun in Japan

Every May Day in Japan, there is long boring-to-tears parade by Japan’s toothless labor unions from Meiji Shrine (Harauku) to the Diet Building. The high point of today’s pointless parade was this float mocking Prime Minister Abe’s attempts at militarism. (-‿◦☀)




The brainiacs at Japan’s MEXT, aka Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science, and Technology, have released their new advertising campaign for visitors.

For readability I resized the logo and found MEXT’s dedication to truth-in-advertising: “JAPAN HERMITAGE®”


(“Hermitage” as in place of in seclusion from the rest of the world)

Previous Visit Japan logos covered on the 3Yen include: