Everwhere you go in Tokyo you can see these stickers of the eyes of Japanese Big-Brother plastered on signs, trucks, delivery bikes, etc.
Basically, these Kabuki-makeup eyes serve as a community watch sort of thing and typically read, ″ Crime: We won’t let it happen.″ Learn more about Japan’s “WATCHING” eyes here.
Previous posts about Japan’s “Big Brother” include:
Hurry! Hurry! Hurry!
Step right up into the Cyunt Booth please…
Let’s CYUNT happy!
“Cyunt” is purikura/photo sticker photo booth (Wiki) for creating schoolgirl type photos.
goofy Google Translate of korona.co.jp…
Japan’s newest photo booth machine, ″ Cyun’t″
Let’s experience who ‘Love the pre’ faster than ♡ (^ o ^) ♡
Cyunt’s biggest feature is “pre-character me” that lets you create your own cartoon caricature using Cyunt’s software tools that recognize the position and shape of facial parts such as eyes, mouth, eyebrows from the photographed image.
Cyun’t is writen in the Japanese katakana script for foreign words and pronounced Kyunto (キュント), which is as close as Japanese can get to ‘cünt.’
Our previous reports of unfortunate engrish on signs in Japan include:
goofy Google Translate of club-fap.com
Our “Fujisawa Asahi Paradise” (abbreviation: FAP) is available as a party space…
Previous fapping reports include:
Taking a hint from the current populist wave of world “leaders” like Donald Trump and Rodrigo Duterte of The Philippines, Kumamoto Prefecture’s Most Majestic Minister-for-Life, Kumamon, welcomes all to take a seat at his desk at the Office of World Expansion, モン☆!!~
(Above photo taken at: Kumamoto Sales Office, 8 Hancho-machi, Chuo-ku, Kumamoto City, Kumamoto Prefecture, 860-0808 JAPAN)
Our previous reports Most Majestic Minister-for-Life, Kumamon, include:
As this Japanese toilet signage says, ″ Good poo is born in a comfy place.″ (3Yen | 2014-10-28).
That is, poo is precious according Toilet Japan‘s PR campaign.
Toilet Japan.jimdo.com wants us to, “think compassion is to clean the toilets in Japan.” They also remind us that the honorable Toilet Spirit — Benjo-gami of Shinto (Wiki) is awaiting with retribution for those with poor toilet manners. →
View all the poo posters at Toilet Japan’s website: toilet-japan.jimdo.com
Previous poop on Japan here on 3Yen.com includes:
← A bit less boring and bellicose than Uncle Sam’s “I WANT YOU!” here is the recruiting poster I found in my Tokyo subway for Japan’s “I ☆ P’s” [sic] idols of the country’s ‘Self-Defense Forces’ who want you! ↓
goofy Google Translate of a Self-Defense Force recruiting site:
… This is the new design for Japan’s Self-Defense Forces recruiting posters …. the refreshing image of the new design will bring a bright and positive frame of mind…in a fresh illustration such that wants to continue to challenge something. The new recruiting slogan will be, “The shining me!”
The fearsome “I ☆ P’s” military recruiting characters pictured are:
• Miss Lark of the Air Self-Defense Force dressed in air force blue.
• Miss Rose of the Maritime Self-Defense Force dressed in navy whites.
• Miss Plum of the Ground Self-Defense Force dressed army green.
Our previous reports Japan’s Self-Defense Forces include:
PET SWEAT™ has been marketed for the past seven years as an energy drink for dogs, which is rather funny since dogs don’t really sweat except on areas not covered with fur, such as their nose and paw pads (Wiki).
PET SWEAT™ is a product line spin-off of the Japan’s most popular (and most unfortunately-named) sports drink, Pocari Sweat™ →
(3Yen / 2014-05-16).
Our previous “Sweat” reports include:
Here’s GOMIzilla, Godzilla’s little-known, blue-collar cousin from Tokyo.
GOMI (ゴミ) means garbage in Japanese.
Quirky heap at a construction site. #Naha #Okinawa #Japan
• ッツJapan's many faces (@japansmanyfaces) Sept. 25, 2016
Our previous reports about gomi or Godzilla include:
Rakuten, Japan’s biggest electronic commerce and Internet company1 has an ENDLESS [engrish] CHALLENGE™ with their Englishnization2 policy making all its employees conduct business in English.
1Refer to: wikipedia.org/wiki/Rakuten
2Refer to The Japan Times (2015-05-23): Rakuten forges ahead in English
3Refer to: wikipedia.org/wiki/X_Japan
Our previous engrish and Rakuten reports include:
This supposedly is a recruitment poster for the Japan’s Self-Defense Forces who are, ″ Looking for people who can defeat Godzilla.″
I figured the above poster was just a Photoshop—But nope, it’s real. So, I helped Goji-chan make something more over-the-top.
A few of our many previous reports of Godzilla include: