Mickey Mouse takes it up his backside in Japan

With his pants pulled down to his knees, Mickey Mouse takes it up his backside and gets stuffed…

Mickey getting stuffed
From the Japanese TV series “THE MAKING” (ep22)

THE MAKING was created by the Japan’s Science and Technology Agency and has produced more than 300 of these 15 minute programs showcasing Japanese craftsmanship and production.
You can view these videos at their official website: http://sciencechannel.jst.go.jp/Q000601/



Everybody on the Japanese Internet is giggling about this awfully elongated faux-Gundam in the Philippines…

fiip-gundamsidebar-quote long …これ、ホントなの?お次はフィリピンですかいろいろスゴいなぁw — ZIGGY (@lifeonaxis) Feb. 15, 2015

The Gundamguy blog describes this as a, said-open Life-Size Statue of the RX-78-2 Gundam at the Jed’s Island Resort on the McArthur Highway, Calumpit, Bulacan in The Philippines.said-closed The resort has other mecha statues too [more photos].

Previous reports of funny fake Gundams on the 3Yen include:
   • Gundam’s defeat (3Yen / 2010-07-0)
   • China’s fake Gundam
         (3Yen / 2011-01-01)

   • Full-sized ‘Flower Gundam’ for Tokyo? (3Yen / 2012-04-07)



Power Ranger raging — Red Ranger arrested for a murder by sword

left_long quotebar 24x260pxEx-Power Ranger Ricardo Medina Jr. — Arrested for Murder
TMZ.com | 2/1/2015One of the stars of “Power Rangers Samurai” has been arrested for stabbing his roommate to death with a sword Ricardo Medina Jr. got his break in Hollywood as the Red Ranger on “Power Rangers Wild Force” back in 2002. He went on to play Dekker on “Power Rangers Samurai.” More…

Other Ranger reports on the 3Yen include:
   • extra-Power Rangers (3Yen / 2009-01-19)
   • Kobe Bryant–Blue Power Ranger! (3Yen / 2006-05-17)
   • Power Boob Rangers (3Yen / 2005-11-10/)



Johnny Depp attacked by Chupacabra in Tokyo!


Was it really a goat-sucking Chupacabra or a just a liver-snatching Japanese Kappa that laid up Johnny Depp for day?

left_long quotebar 24x260pxWhat was Johnny Depp’s bizarre excuse for missing a press conference?
Lancashire Telegraph / Jan. 28, 2015
Well it sure beats the flu. Johnny Depp told reporters in Japan that the reason he had missed a press conference [for his new film Mortdecai in Tokyo] the day before was because he had been attacked by a chupacabramore

Previous reports of the dangers of Kappa and Japanese cryptids on the 3Yen include:
   •Monsterous alien slugs invade Japan (3Yen / 2013-06-27)
   •I am an Umi-bozu sea monster (3Yen / 2007-08-30)
   •Kappa vs kimono (3Yen / 2008-03-20)
   •Anal-sucking Kappa cause hemorrhoids (3Yen / 2005-10)






The left_quoter_14x24Unidentified Flying Girl Corpsright_quoter_13x24 calling themselves AMIAYA (see right) have put out their hinky dubstep cover of Pink Lady’s J-Pop hit “UFO”*.

AMIAYA, is a Japanese music duo of the clone/twin sisters, Ami and Aya Suzuki. You can check out their dorky blog at: ameblo.jp/ami–aya.
Alternatively, you can read an insipid interview with them at: mtviggy.com/interviews/amiaya-killed-j-pop-lov-live-tokyo-pop

• Pink Lady is one of only two Japanese artists to have reached the US Billboard Top 40. Their hit single, UFO, was their highest grossing and was voted Japan’s best song of 1978 (Wiki) .


Half dead dolly face is the latest makeup trend in Japan

sick-doll look japaneseleft_long quotebar 24x260pxUnder-eye blush, pale skin and worried brows is latest look in Japan
Daily Mail Online | 2015jan01
Would you wear make-up that makes you look UNWELL?…Known as ‘byojaku’, the sickly face trend has proved hugely popular—Techniques include pale face, red eyeshadow and puffy eye bagsmore...Screen Shot 2015-01-07 at 1.19.55 PM.Continues...

The ‘byojaku’—sickly-face look?
She-e-e-e-t, I know her! And the “look” is hot in an alien sort of way.

. . . . . . . . . . Anyways, here’s a sneak peak! — RinRin (@RinRin_Doll) Dec. 2, 2014

Learn more about the byojaku face (病弱フェイス) from the Japanese magazine covering the look, Ranzuki
ranzuki magazine sick doll look bannerranzuki.com

‘Kakizome’ (first writing) of New Years in Japan

The Japanese attach a special significance to the first of everything you do in the new year. One of the traditional firsts celebrebrated for students is kakizome / first writing (Wiki), as evidenced by the photo below…



Previous reports of New Years’ kakizome writing on the 3Yen include: