All the rage in Japan, ri-i-i-ght. What good is writing satirical news about Japan when reality is weirder?
It’s official, meh.
Or, as one Olympics journalist quipped…
the Tokyo 2020 logo, ″ looks like something you’d see at the top of a stereo manual from the 1980s″—The Infinite Curve.
Previous reports the craptacular 2020 Tokyo Olympics on the 3Yen include:
Chanbara*, Japanese kids playing with sticks like make-believe swords was “culturally appropriated” and funked for this music video of samurai fighting in the garage.
*Learn more about Chanbara swordplay at:
Vending machine for rubber gloves—two for 600 yen ($4.85 USD).
Who would be the target customer? Gloveless people passing this building lot? Who is gonna buy them?
Usually, the need for rubber gloves is more specific. (^_-)
ゴム手袋の自動販売機。600円で2つ入っている。買う人いるのかな？工事現場においてあれば買う人いるかもしれないけど、普段ゴム手袋が緊急で必要になる事ってないもんなぁ。 #自動販売機 #ゴム手袋 pic.twitter.com/txnjwuBA0t— ミートソース山田 ミネラルウォーター (@yamada_tokyo) July 9, 2015
Le divin burger
Le divin burger. Gasparccio de saumon. Sainte Marinade de Nazaneth. Pointe de crèche fraîche. Roimage rappé. Huile d’olive extra vierge. Vinaigre Balthazarmique. Josephte de citron. Feuilles de Jesus-crine. Sirop d’étable. Christaux de sel.
Prenez, mangez, ceci est mon burger. —Via the art tumblr: fatandfuriousburger.com
Today is Marine Day aka Umi no Hi — a public holiday celebrated on the third Monday in July in Japan. As an island nation famous for eating the ocean’s bounty, the purpose of the holiday is to consider the importance of the ocean to Japan. Many people take advantage of the holiday and summer weather to take a beach trip and have fun ocean related festivities… wikipedia.org/wiki/Marine_Day
Previous reports of Marine Day/Umi no Hi on the 3Yen include:
The ridiculously fraudulent $2 billion stadium for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics (3Yen 2015-07-12) has been slain, w0oT!
Olympic stadium building plan back to drawing board: Abe
TOKYO, 2015 July 17, 4pm | Kyodo
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said Friday he has decided to bring the current building plan for the Olympic stadium back to the drawing board amid public uproar over its soaring costs …more...