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Never Leave Your Bed Again With This Awesome Japanese Invention
30 oct 2015 14:39

This is how the Japanese stay warm in the winter, or how you can stay in bed all day! The kotatsu consists of a blanket placed between a low table-frame and table-top, with a heat source placed underneath the blanket. With your legs placed under the blanket, someone wearing traditional Japanese clothing would have warm air come through the bottom of their robes and exit around the neck, heating the whole body.

This is how the Japanese stay warm in the winter, or how you can stay in bed all day! The kotatsu consists of a blanket placed between a low table-frame and table-top, ...

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1. This spectacularly beautiful giant lantern.
24 sep 2015 11:50

Sees cherry blossoms in bloom. Runs to airport

Sees cherry blossoms in bloom. Runs to airport

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16 Japanese-Inspired Tattoos
17 jun 2015 12:13

Japanese tattoos are just plain beautiful. The Japanese are already artistic people in their own right, which makes sense why the tattoos that bear their style are the same way. The thing I like most about Japanese tattoos is that they can portray a story with a few simple visuals, pure brilliance. With a mix of beautiful color and delicate lines, these tattoos are magnificent. I hope you like what I found, I know I did.

Japanese tattoos are just plain beautiful. The Japanese are already artistic people in their own right, which makes sense why the tattoos that bear their style are the same way.

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The Idea For How To Make Ocean Clean Itself Will Be Launched in Japan
04 jun 2015 10:02

Boyan Slat, a 20-year-old innovator in the Netherlands, has a lot on his plate – he’s set out to do nothing less than rid the oceans of the millions of tons of plastic garbage that circle along their currents. The massive rotating currents in the world’s oceans make collecting or even monitoring garbage difficult, but Slat’s Ocean Cleanup Foundation is developing a way to use those currents to its advantage. Slat envisions long-distance arrays of floats that would skim garbage from the...

Boyan Slat, a 20-year-old innovator in the Netherlands, has a lot on his plate – he’s set out to do nothing less than rid the oceans of the millions of tons of plastic garbage that circle along...

Tags: cleaning    garbage    japan    ocean   
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Flower Desserts From Japan Are Too Pretty To Eat
26 may 2015 11:38

Beautiful flowers suspended in gelatin make Tokyo based Havaro’s Bavarian cream desserts exceptional. Sold only in Ichibangai shopping area in Tokyo Station, these treats contain real flower petals and sell for a little over $2 apiece. They are difficult to make, and the shop often sells out.

Beautiful flowers suspended in gelatin make Tokyo based Havaro’s Bavarian cream desserts exceptional.

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Beautiful Japanese Manhole Covers
24 apr 2015 12:53

Sometimes, you have to look down at your feet to discover small treasures hidden in plain sight. These are some of the beautiful Japanese manhole covers with amazing designs and colors. Every cities and prefectures in Japan have their own designs, from Tokyo to Hiroshima through Kawagoe, Nagoya, Gero Onsen, Osaka or Kawaguchiko. Open your eyes and enjoy!

Sometimes, you have to look down at your feet to discover small treasures hidden in plain sight. These are some of the beautiful Japanese manhole covers with amazing designs and colors.

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Japanese Craftsman Restores Old Books To Look Good As New
21 apr 2015 14:13

Instead of being lost to memory, an old, tattered 1,000-page English-Japanese dictionary was given new life when its owner handed it over to Nobuo Okano, a Japanese master craftsman who has spent 30 years perfecting the art of restoring old books.

Instead of being lost to memory, an old, tattered 1,000-page English-Japanese dictionary was given new life when its owner handed it over to Nobuo Okano, ...

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Japanese Restaurants Serve ‘Dam Curry Rice’ That Will Flood Your Plate
21 apr 2015 09:21

In the latest strange and whimsical example of Japanese kitchen artistry, dams throughout Japan have begun offering visitors ‘damukare,’ a special Japanese rice and curry dish. In damukare, the rice is shaped into a mighty dam that protects the diner’s dry food from a devastating flood of curry deliciousness.

In the latest strange and whimsical example of Japanese kitchen artistry, dams throughout Japan have begun offering visitors ‘damukare,’ a special Japanese rice and curry dish.

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A Japanese Game Show Where Contestants Get Handjobs While Singing
17 apr 2015 14:16

Sing What Happens is apparently a Japanese game show where the contestants must sing karaoke, but there’s a catch…

Sing What Happens is apparently a Japanese game show where the contestants must sing karaoke, but there’s a catch…

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Ezo Momonga
26 mar 2015 09:26

Hokkaido, the large island at Japan’s northern end, is home to populations of adorable little critters that can’t be found anywhere else in Japan. There are seven cute little critters in particular that you will absolutely fall in love with!

Hokkaido, the large island at Japan’s northern end, is home to populations of adorable little critters that can’t be found anywhere else in Japan.

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A Sweet Otter Exhibit in Japan
09 feb 2015 13:54

The new otter park at the Keikyu Aburatsubo Marine Park in Japan is so cute that people can’t help but come and visit the zoo to see the otters at play.

The new otter park at the Keikyu Aburatsubo Marine Park in Japan is so cute that people can’t help but come and visit the zoo to see the otters at play.

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Japanese Army Builds Gigantic Star Wars Snow Sculpture
06 feb 2015 14:18

May the force be with you! The 66th annual Sapporo Snow Festival kicked off today and the most impressive snow sculpture of all features Darth Vader, his three stormtroopers and TIE fighters. This Star Wars snow sculpture was created by Japan's army troopers, or the 11th Brigade of the Ground Self-Defense Forces, using a set of bulldozers. For almost a month, the army moved 3,500 tons of snow to create this enormous, 23 meter wide, 15 meter tall piece of art.

May the force be with you! The 66th annual Sapporo Snow Festival kicked off today and the most impressive snow sculpture of all features Darth Vader, his three stormtroopers and TIE fighters.

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You Can Play With Foxes All Day At This Sanctuary In Japan
06 feb 2015 12:31

If you're in the Miyagi Prefecture of Japan and want to frolic with free-roaming foxes, you might want to take a trip to Zao Fox Village. This sanctuary will make you feel like you're in a fairy tale kingdom of foxes, which happens to include a variety of silver, platinum, and red foxes.

If you're in the Miyagi Prefecture of Japan and want to frolic with free-roaming foxes, you might want to take a trip to Zao Fox Village.

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The Magnificent Pond in Hokkaido
03 feb 2015 14:37

This blue pond in Hokkaido, Japan, changes colors depending on the weather. For example, in spring it turns into spectacularly green color. The artificial pond was created as a part of erosion control system that was built to prevent Biei in case of an eruption of Mount Tokachidake. This pond is blue because of aluminum hydroxide.

This blue pond in Hokkaido, Japan, changes colors depending on the weather. For example, in spring it turns into spectacularly green color.

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Japanese Meals In Winter Are So Cute
27 oct 2014 13:00

With winter on the way, there are plenty of hot dishes to keep us satisfied as we snuggle up at home. In Japan, it's prime hot-pot season and lately people have been adding a healthy serving of creativity and a big dose of "cute" to their meals. With adorable homemade foods like these, why would you ever go out?

With winter on the way, there are plenty of hot dishes to keep us satisfied as we snuggle up at home.

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These Japanese Meals Are Way Too Big
08 aug 2014 13:54

Americans catch a lot of flack for eating oversized meals but these pictures prove that Japan is taking the concept of oversized meals a little too far.

Americans catch a lot of flack for eating oversized meals but these pictures prove that Japan is taking the concept of oversized meals a little too far.

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The Most Expensive Foods You Can Buy In Japan
11 jun 2014 10:51

This food is expensive, but it's worth every penny.

This food is expensive, but it's worth every penny.

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Spectacular Spring Photos of Cherry Blossoms in Japan
09 apr 2014 13:52

Spring is finally here, bringing with it warmer temperatures, brighter skies, and fresh green buds. For people living in Japan, the arrival of spring signifies one more thing: the beginning of cherry blossom season. Cherry blossoms, or sakura in Japanese, are a cultural symbol of Japan, admired for their delicate pink beauty and short lifespans. Each spring, they bloom in waves across the islands of Japan, attracting thousands of tourists, photographers, and local residents.
Cherry blossom...

Spring is finally here, bringing with it warmer temperatures, brighter skies, and fresh green buds. For people living in Japan, ...

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 Japanese Manhole Covers Photos
04 apr 2014 09:44

Japan is a country full of art. Much of this is housed in museums and galleries, but others are right under our feet. We speak, of Japan’s peculiar obsession with manhole covers. Almost anywhere in the country you can find manhole covers with spectacular grounds, each more beautiful and complex than the previous. In recent years, S. Morita photographer has traveled around Japan and leave us this great gathering on the beautiful and artistic Japanese manhole covers.

Japan is a country full of art. Much of this is housed in museums and galleries, but others are right under our feet. We speak, of Japan’s peculiar obsession with manhole covers.

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Japan in the 1950s
14 mar 2014 14:34

Life of Japanese people in the 1950s.

Life of Japanese people in the 1950s.

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Japanese freaks
31 jan 2014 13:20

Srange things happen sometimes in the country of rising sun..

Srange things happen sometimes in the country of rising sun..

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Funny monents from japanese TV shows.
15 jan 2014 11:47

What the hell is happening there?

What the hell is happening there?

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Harajuku People
19 dec 2013 12:32

Here the picture of some Japanese not-so-ordinary people.

Here the picture of some Japanese not-so-ordinary people.

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Meet Foo-Chan: The Perpetually Disappointed Cat
04 sep 2013 13:21

Foo-Chan is a 3-year-old Chinchilla Golden that lives in Japan. As you can see, the poor boy is perpetually disappointed.

Foo-Chan is a 3-year-old Chinchilla Golden that lives in Japan. As you can see, the poor boy is perpetually disappointed.

Tags: "pet"    animal    cat    chinchilla-golden    disappointed    face    foo-chan    funny    hiarious    humor    japan   
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Playful Animal Sculptures Made of Salvaged Materials
04 sep 2013 13:15

The Small Forest is an exhibition featuring a series of animal sculptures by Japanese artist Natsumi Tomita created with found objects and salvaged scraps. Using anything from a broken umbrella and bike parts to discarded cans and kitchen utensils, the gifted sculptor manages to reproduce the likeness of various creatures with a playfully creative aesthetic.

The Small Forest is an exhibition featuring a series of animal sculptures by Japanese artist Natsumi Tomita created with found objects and salvaged scraps.

Tags: "material"    animal    art    cool    funny    japan    natsumi-tomita    playful    salvage    sculpture    the-small-forest   
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Creepy Haunted Art Gallery for Kids in Japan
22 aug 2013 12:18

The folks at Torafu Architects realized that art appreciation is just too boring for today’s youth, so they decided to make it more interesting. Did I say interesting because I meant terrifying. They created a haunted art gallery exhibit for the Museum of Contemporary Art in Tokyo. The exhibit features replicas of fine art that are not quite right. Like the eyes in some paintings move and Mona Lisa’s got hands coming out of her face. Scary stuff. Although slightly less scary when you enter a...

The folks at Torafu Architects realized that art appreciation is just too boring for today’s youth, so they decided to make it more interesting. Did I say interesting because I meant terrifying.

Tags: art    creepy    gallery    haunted    japan    kids    torafu-architects   
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Akira Kurosawa
18 aug 2013 23:21

With the pending release of the awesome looking 47 Ronin with Keanu Reeves I figured that I'd mention a man who has influenced numerous works and helped greatly to popularize the Samurai genre and without which we wouldn't have been able to enjoy this upcoming samurai movie or many others for that matter. The name of that man is none other than the Great Akira Kurosawa, I would give you a rundown of all the things that he has influenced but there are too many different movies, actors,...

With the pending release of the awesome looking 47 Ronin with Keanu Reeves I figured that I'd mention a man who has influenced numerous works and helped greatly to popularize the Samurai genre and...

Tags: "Ran"    47-samurai    akira-kurosawa    japan    japanese-director    keanu-reeves    movies    seven-samurai    throne-of-blood    yojimbo   
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