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“King of Otoko (males)” from the planet Kanjani8 were seen cruising the streets of Harajuku, this illuminated intergalatic truckship (promoting the newest release the J-pop band).
Via (Tokyo Fashion© | February 23, 2014)
Long-time reader of the 3Yen, “MARKed TRAIL,” writes:
Here’s a Japanese guy’s obsession (semi-ÑṠFW) with collecting all the naughty examples of Mami-chan, the title character of the “Esper Mami” manga by Fujiko Fujio, Doraemon’s pervy father.
Embiggen to 500×722px. (semi-ÑṠFW)
See more and larger versions of the drawings of Mami-chan at the original website: blog.livedoor.jp/sohsai… (Google Translate).
Learn more about the background of the manga at: wikipedia.org/wiki/Esper_Mami
Homer enters the Ghibli Dimension, as a tribute to the master of Japanese anime, Hayao Miyazaki.
The social webs in Japan are all a twitter about this kids show called “Mi-buri TV” on the Yokohama public TV station, TVK—Note the “I LOVE COCK” and “PUSSY” signs on the instructors’ costumes.
UPDATE: The next morning all the videos were pulled by the production company. Saaa, no fun.
of The I-Love-Cock “action” starts at the 0:30 point of the Youtube.
“Move in Gestures – MIBURI TV” is a children’s dance program being broadcast at 6:45 in the morning hosted by Sasuga Minami, one of Japan’s most famous choreographers (and who is wearing the “I LOVE COCK” and “PUSSY” clothing).
Right now various groups of foreign mothers in Japan are in outrage on Facebook–They are banding together to complain to the executive producers of the show.
The official site of “MIBURI TV” is at: tvk-yokohama.com/miburi/en…
Ahhh, the strange and wondrous finds on the streets of Japan that you can happen across. This tweet shows the grim aftermath of beginning beauty school students: Heads will roll…
I have covered photos of Japanese practice mannequins many times before here on the 3Yen. By law, Japanese beauty school students must practice several months on dummy heads before attempting to cut a person’s hair. This law leads to a huge number practice heads being thrown out as well as a lot of creative “repurposing” of creepy heads in Japan such as:
. . . • We Cut Heads
. . . . . (3Yen / 2011-04-20) →
. . . • Haircut heads turn into ‘grow heads’
. . . . . (3Yen / 2011-02-03)
. . . • Let’s kakashi/scarecrow!
. . . . . (3Yen / 2007-08-16) ↓
Wait a minute…Barber snowmen are too, too real and scary, hee, hee, hee.
No, no, Chris Hanson1 is not really asking you to sit on the face of Pedobear2. This loveseat is actually made to resemble the popular character “Rilakkuma*“—whose name is a Japanese mangling of engrish “relax” and Japanese “kuma” meaning bear.
This Rilakkuma-themed sofa is soft on your bottom, hard on your wallet
RocketNews24 | 2014/01/08
…a furniture maker in Japan is offering Rilakkuma fans the chance to purchase an original order-made sofa based on their favourite po-faced bear. But with a price tag of almost US$2,000 …
*A few of the many previous 3Yen reports of Rilakkuma, Peodobear’s doppelgänger, include:
• Relaxing & Pedophilia are 2 different things (3Yen / 2010-10-14)
• Get your Pedobear/Rilakkuma on! (3Yen / 2010-04-08)
• Why Pedobear née Rilakkuma rules (3Yen / 2011-01-21)
‘Den4′, the 3Yen’s correspondent-at-large writes…
In two papers (nature.com) (dailygalaxy.com), Yoshifumi Hyakutake of Ibaraki University in Japan and his colleagues now provide, if not an actual proof, at least compelling evidence to the truth of Maldacena’s Conjecture1—that is, that our universe is holographic2.
Figures that it would be Japanese scientists that would find some possibilities that we’re living in a hologram Matrix…
Festive lucky lobsters for Japanese New Years…
…are found on automobiles and entranceways.
Shimekazari are a traditional New Year's decoration that are put out for luck as part of Shinto beliefs. The shide–the white zigzagging, paper strips are meant to keep away bad spirits and the lobsters denote longevity (since lobsters are bent over like old person).
Nowadays, not many people bother to put Shimekazari on their cars but there are plenty of lucky flying lobsters still around to play with Godzilla for the New Years holiday.
By THE Taiwanese Animators:
Hello Kitty remixes Eminem’s “Rap God” and spares no dog in the process….
Godzilla and all his Kaiju/monster friends including Bobblehead Santa are battling to beat the the crush to finish their last minute Christmas shopping in Tokyo’s Ginza shopping district. Thanks to the wonders of the International Dateline it is already Christmas Eve here in Japan.