Hey, it’s Good Friday — Antonio Inoki has gone on the Cross for your sins.
The Easter-ish looking MMA–Mixed Martial Arts entrance is by Antonio Inoki, the first pro-wrestler in Japan to be elected to the Japanese parliament (3Yen 2005-07-11). Details are explained by the blog, Playing Ricky Morton…
…a New Year’s Eve MMA cards from Japan, Dream Genki Desu Ka… this was an evening of MMA.
After a worked match between Josh Barnett and Hideki Suzuki, Inoki was carried from the entrance ramp to the ring tied to a cross. Upon reaching the ring, he was let down from the cross and picked up a bucket of paint. Inoki begins to paint some Japanese symbol in the ring while cutting a promo simultaneously, possibly to mark another one of his retirements. This is interrupted by a run-in committee of guys in turbans who start beating Inoki down with kendo sticks, apologize, raise his hand in victory and then give him a kendo stick before leaving the ring peacefully.
It’s sad day for Yellow Fever fappers—Japanese figure skater Miki Ando has “retired.”
. . .in Nag0ya,
central Japan, on April 3rd…
2014-Apr-04: Ret1rement Cerem0ny
Check out the previous 3Yen reports on Miki Ando including:
• Figure skating is strange (3Yen /2010-12-27 )
• Japanese women skaters come up short (3Yen / 2005-03-23)
• Japan’s figure skating cosplay (3Yen / 2010-02-27)
• Miki Ando, Queen Tut! (3Yen / 2010-03-29)
Shown below is Japan’s Saori Yoshida beating Maria Gurova by a “technical fall” to capture a 8-0 win over Russia <snort>.
Yoshida leads Japan to World Cup win after father’s death
The Asahi Shimbun | March 17, 2014
Three-time Olympic champion Saori Yoshida helped Japan win a women’s wrestling World Cup on March 16, just days after her father died…
…Yoshida’s 61-year-old father, Eikatsu, who also served as coach of Japan’s national women’s team, was found dead in his car after suffering a brain hemorrhage on the morning of March 11 while driving on an expressway…more…
J-League football club Urawa Reds put out a big welcome at their soccer stadium Saturday, the 8th. The Reds had this banner hung over their supporter entrance (even though their coach is Serbian and the team has alien players on their roister).
…photographs of the ‘Japanese Only’ banner went viral on Saturday with it believed to be aimed at foreign tourists…
Fittingly, the Urawa Reds were losers, 0-1.
Japan’s Ayumi Morita can’t get no [therapeutic] satisfaction from a trainer during her tennis singles match at the 2014 Australian Open tourney in Melbourne on the 16th of January (2014)–-via
–(Photo credit: SAEED KHAN/AFP/Getty Images)
All spiffed out in pretty pink blazers, the boys of Nippon Sports Science University show off their skills for working in the mid-20th Century. Wo0t!
Click to play video.
University Festival promotes synchronized walking in Japan
CBS News | Nov 15, 2013
….students at Nippon Sports Science University have taken walking to a whole new level …
…3 days per week the exercises to get them in shape for the dazzling performances. Their practice forced them to walking up to 1,200 kilometers (720 miles) in total – roughly the distance from Paris to Rome.
The captain of the team…23-year-old Keiko Suzuki said…
“We all mastered this highly disciplined training and made it our habit to stick to strict rules. I believe this experience will be an asset as we enter into the job market” …
This impressive performance of synchronized walking is called Shudankodo (集団行動), which in Japanese means “Collective Action” …sort of like the Borg Collective (Wiki).
Expel the Foreign Barbarians!
Kabukicho, Tokyo’s vibrant “entertainment’ district, the longtime home of Tokyo’s purveyors of sleaze and red-light services is due for yet another cleanup…of evil foreigners. Most of these “foreigners” servicing a completely Japanese clientele have permanent residency (Japanese Green Cards) or were born in Japan and cannot be “cleared out” legally.
Terrorism fears could mean end of Kabukicho in run up to 2020 Olympics
The Tokyo Reporter | 2013/09/18
…the Kabukicho red light district, which is located a few kilometers north of the proposed location for the National Stadium, may just have may be the target of yet another clean up.
“Right now,” says an official from within the Tokyo Metropolitan Government, “Kabukicho is filled with troublemaking Africans and Chinese…the red-light district will be the ideal place in which to harbor terrorists.
“… various unruly foreign groups will need to be cleared out,” says the aforementioned official. “The completion of the plan will coincide with the 2020 Olympic Games.”
“Gaijin go home!”
“Foreigners leave!” banner in Tokyo’s Shinagawa Station (3Yen 2005-06-18)
JAPAN WON! Wo0T!
THE TOKYO TWAT™ IS A REALITY!
The International Olympic Committee announced today that the Tokyo will host the radioactive 2020 Olympics (LA Times | 2013Sept08) .
Joke/parody thanks to Olympic.org
3Yen / 2012-10-31: Japan’s newest sexy…
Tokyo Welcomes Foreigners to the 2020 Olympic Games. Bring money. ~via Shogannai’s twitter
From left to right, an explanation of the quotes of Japan’s top political leaders shown in the above poster are as follows:
•”No Muslim” — Anti-Muslim comments about the Olympics by current Tokyo Governor Naoki Inose.
•”No Black, French, Chinese or Korean” — The constant themes of Shintaro Ishihara, current member of parliament, leader of the the Japan Restoration Party and former Tokyo Governor (a position of power almost equal to the Japan’s prime minister) who served for more than 13 years.
•”Sex slaves are available” — Osaka Mayor Toru Hashimoto repeated and un-retracted comments from earlier this year.
•”Learn from the Nazis” — Japan’s current Deputy Prime Minister and former PM, Taro Aso, in recent praise for Nazi militarization tactics.
With radioactive Cesium 137 (half-life 30.17 years—one of the most biologically hazardous components of radioactive waste and nuclear fallout) leaking out of the crippled Fukushima power plant (thediplomat.com 2013/09/06), a Japanese professor pushing radioactive ‘Hide and Seek’ for the planned Tokyo Olympics 2020.
Japanese professor pushes for Hide and Seek at the Olympics
The Telegraph | 05 Sep 2013
At 64, Yasuo Hazaki admits he may no longer have the speed of an Olympic athlete, but guile is as important an attribute in his chosen sport – competitive hide-and-seek – and he is lobbying for it be included in the 2020 Games. Prof. Hazaki set up the Japan Hide-and-Seek Promotion Committee in 2010 and the organisation has around 1,000 members…more….
UPDATE: ‘Hide and Seek’ is a fake “weirdo” Japan story!
Photo details at 3Yen 2012-08-10
…To suck your brains.
And, that alien realm is called “Japan.”
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