The moon ultra parking is being recruited.

The moon ultra parking is being recruited, ri-i-i-ght.
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月超駐車募集中/The moon ultra parking is being recruited is actually just word-for-word-literal translation of, ‘Monthly parking is available.’

 


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Ass face manners

Yet another of the great Tokyo train manners posters…This time promoting ass-to-face massages.

 
Previous posts of Tokyo train manners posters include:

 




Bicycle parking

Do not stop bicycle parking here, right?

Not the best English wording.
do-not-stop bicycle parkingvia Richard |@RichardMedh

 
Our previous bike parking posts include:

http://news.3yen.com/2013-08-25/big-bicycle-booty-busted/

 


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Japanese Technology Spreading Worldwide!

Japan’s true engineering triumph—better than the bullet train—the almighty Washlet is spreading worldwide!

Pictograms on Japanese electric toilets approved as global standard
The Japan Times | Feb 26, 2018
Pictograms on how to use Japanese electric toilets have been registered as a global standard in a step aimed at making such signs more familiar to the growing number of foreign tourists visiting the country. Six kinds of pictograms — showing instructions on which buttons to press...more

Japanese-toilet-instruction

And remember…Don’t press the wrong RED BUTTON!
press which red button on japanese toilet

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Our previous reports of Japan’s toilet-tech include:

 


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Polite Japanese ballerinas do fart

That was just a one-off, stealth trial of the horror manga artist, Jinji Ito (Wiki).
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The actual Tokyo Metro manners poster of a polite ballerina is actually more lightheart-farted.
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It’s official: In Japan Green is Blue

Japan’s National Police Agency’s official Japan’s official “Rules of the Road” manual defines the color “Blue” as “Green.”

 
The problem is, in Japanese green and blue are both referred to as Ao/. Therefore in Japanese traffic lights are called a Ao shingo/青信号, which literally translates to “Blue Signal.”
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Consequently, there is a confusion especially in older parking garages in the proper color of green lights as shown just above and below.

Since most street traffic lights in Japan have been replaced with LEDs in the past five years, most green lights—but not all—now conform to the international green standard.
Refer to The Japan Times of 2013/02/25: The Japanese traffic light blues: Stop on red, go on what?
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Previous reports of Japan’s traffic signals include:

 


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Japanese ‘convenience’

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Japan’s premier convenience store, Lawson’s, offers “convenience”…icon_thumbsup
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The 3Yen’s previous reports of Japanese ‘convenience’ include: