Yikes! Tomorrow August the 11th, is YAMJH—Yet Another Mysterious Japanese Holiday—Mountain Day…
…This year marks the first occurrence of Mountain Day (Yama no Hi, 山の日) since it is a brand-new national holiday for appreciating Japan’s mountains.
The new holiday is intended to coincide with the vacation time usually given during the Bon Festival (Japan’s Halloween-cum-return-of-spirits-of-the-dead) held in mid-August.
Learn details about the new Mountain Day at: japanvisitor.com
More about YAMJH at:
Monster truck, submarine, steampunk Anpanman: Why not?
【コンデレ】HIROFUMIXさんの『ワイルドアンパンマン号』。愛と勇気に溢れてます。ブラボー！富士通 乾電池提供 ミニ四駆ジャパンカップ2016 東京大会１コンクールデレガンスより。 — ミニ四駆（タミヤ） (@mini4wd) June 22, 2016
[Condre] HIROFUMIX’s wild Anpanman issue. Filled with love and courage. Bravo! Fujitsu Batteries offer Mini Japan Cup 2016 East…Concours d’Elegance.
“Anpanman” is one of the most popular anime series with young children in Japan. Anpanman characters appear on virtually every imaginable children’s product, from clothes to video games to toys to snack foods. The Anpanman books have collectively sold over 50 million copies. –Wikipedia
Previous reports of Anpanman include:
Many times I think entertainment venues in Tokyo are just trolling us with click bait…
The VibeBar–Wild One (dildo bar) click to view.
Learn more at the official website that is is sort-of-bilingual at: vibebar.jp
Previous “upstanding” reports with “good vibes” include::
Japanese sex doll maker, Orient Industry, is now showing their life-size love dolls in the “Artificial OTOME (girl) Museum” at the Vanilla Gallery in Tokyo.
Orient Industry says that these GYNOID love dolls are for:
″ not only the collectors who love to live with them, but also others including widowers.″
Watch the video of the GYNOIDS and stream punk gynecology in our Comments section.
A few of our many previous GYNOID reports include:
Ninjas love stealth, and what could be more slealthy than using a fukiya/blowgun to shoot darts at an “enemy” tourist in San Francisco far away from their ninja homeland in Japan.
Two tourists struck by blow darts while walking on
Golden Gate Bridge
LA Times | 2016-Feb-13
Two tourists received an unfriendly welcome to San Francisco when, in a bizarre incident, they were shot with blow darts…A man flagged down a California Highway Patrol officer Friday afternoon to report that he had been hit in the thigh by a long metal dart, which went through his jeans and pierced his skin…As the officer was speaking with the man, a woman approached them to report that she too had been hit in the kneecap by a dart.
Previous reports of ninja hijinx include:
Way back in 2009, I first warned of Japan’s Alien abduction zones (3Yen 2009-04-18). →
And, now the problem has intensified with the increased targeting of Japanese school children by UFOs.
Also refer the previous 3Yen report about Alien Courtesy Seats on the Train (3Yen 2006-09-23).↓
You can imagine my surprise when this United State Defense Dept. report popped in my Google News today—Marines parading as Bears in samurai armor in Iwakuni Japan.
Previous reports on the 3Yen of Bears/Armor/Samurai include:
The shit is back. ↑
Last year’s* special exhibition of Tokyo’s The National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation, “Toilet the Future” now is traveling to the Sendai International Center Exhibition Hall.
*Last year exhibition made a big splash as you can see in the video below and our report:
(3Yen 2014-07-08): 1st, you must become a poop-head. 2nd, you get flushed.
Learn more poop on the upcoming Sendai exhibit that runs from December 11, 2015 to January 11, 2016 from the news report at: ox-tv.jp (Google Translate)
A few of the previous poop posts include:
As I have written about before (3Yen 2011-08-26), a Nissin Foods signature product, Chikin [sic] Ramen™ is one of the two noodle products that form the base of the food pyramid of the Japanese salarymen*.
As shown in the photo below, the dining room for guests at the Chikin Ramen™ head office offers an interesting peek of how Nissin Foods meets the massive demand for the huge amounts of chicken for their ramen.
Note: Nissin Foods intentionally spells “Chikin” incorrectly.
In case you were wondering, “Hiyoko-chan,” the mascot of the Chikin Ramen™, is peeking up from the entrance hall of head office and wondering about the impending doom of lunchtime.
Late at night on the expressway you never know what danger lurks in Japan.
@yasui0601 So I was driving…
こんなのが牽引されてました。 pic.twitter.com/nJCj3wCS2w— かずにぃ (@kazu_clumstay) March 8, 2014
Somehow, I don’t think this is an authorized appearance of Tweety (Wiki) on the road.