The Tokyo Metropolitan Police Department has officially joined Furry fandom.
They’ve decided that it’s not enough to have Pipo-kun →
as a mascot, and they also need the furry, Tewatasana-inu chan.
Tewatasana-inu chan” (テワタサナイーヌ ちゃん), the furry dog-girl extraordinaire, has only been on the job since last November but already she has been attracting attention (perhaps unwanted) from Yokohama’s police mascot,
Pi-gull kun (ピーガルくん) →
as you can in the photo below of the two of them “yiffing*” in a candid momement.
Previous police and Pipo-kun mascot reports on the 3Yen include:
Guess the gender and species—Photos of an alien captured by Tokyo Fashion in Harajuku!
Previous reports of my fellow ALIENS include:
Like Krampus on acid, Japan’s ‘Namahage’—New Years Ogres armed with fake wooden deba knives go door-to-door admonishing children who may be guilty of laziness or bad behavior.
Namahage yell phrases like “Are there any crybabies around?” (泣く子はいねがぁ Nakuko wa inee gā?) or “Are naughty kids around?” (悪い子はいねえか Waruiko wa inee ka?) —Wikipedia.org/wiki/Namahage
A child cries while being lifted by a man disguised as “Namahage” wearing a demon-like mask and a costume made of straw, in Oga, northeastern Japan…
Kyodo News | 2015/12/31 : “Namahage” end-of-year rituals
Previous reports of Namahage on the 3Yen include:
Happy 2016 from Ladybeard in Japan!
Fun for the whole family cosplay braving the 8℃ (46℉) cold at Day 2 of Comiket (89), the world’s largest ″ comic market″ (コミックマーケット) / fair, now being held at Tokyo “Big Sight” convention center.
In case you were wondering what character the fun family were cosplaying, refer to the Japanese film classic, Hentai Kamen—Rocketnews24.com.
Previous 3Yen reports of Comiket (Japan’s bigger-n-better version of Comicon) include:
Gambling is good for Japanese elderly, ri-i-i-ght.
Gambling help Japan’s elderly stay sharp
—Japanese senior centers increasingly adding gaming machines and tables
—Some research suggests gambling may stave off dementia
CNN | December 24, 2015More…
It soon will be the new Year of the Monkey in the Orient.
And as you can see in the photo, pedestrians are crowding the shopping street in front of Sensoji Temple in Tokyo getting ready for Japan’s most important holiday.
A giant squid was seen just paddling around Toyama Bay in a marina on the morning of 24th. It’s rare that living giant squid to be seen so close the shore and on the surface. The length of the giant was about 4m and its girth was about 1m.
Some of the many other videos of this Cthulhu Christmas in Toyama Prefecture Japan include:
A few of the many previous reports of the Japanesque Evil of the Deep, Cthulhu, on the 3Yen include:
The night after Christmas day in Nippon…
The early hours of Boxing Day in a regular Japanese neighborhood. Our previous reports the hell-on-earth aesthetics of the Japan landscape include:
No doubt about it, there’s always something fishy about Christmas Eve in Japan.
Really fishy Xmas stories that the 3Yen has featured before include: