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  • Kori no Suizokukan : Brrrrrrrr...... Aquarium
    on Aug 23, 2012 in Aquarium Place
    Japan has always been a place where you could find a lot of unimaginably things. One of them is the Kori no Suizokukan (氷の水族館) or Frozen Aquarium. Located in Kesennuma, Miyagi Prefecture, Kori no Suizokukan features around 450 specimens of...
  • Kyuubey Cake For You Madoka Fans
    on Aug 23, 2012 in Cuisine
    Wanna eat Kyuubey??
  • Fujoshi: Rotten or Respectable
    on Aug 20, 2012 in Society Fujoshi Culture Otaku
    Well, a Fujoshi is a woman who likes manga and novel with a homosexual male (yaoi or also called Boys Love 'BL') theme. A Fujoshi is almost like an Otaku, many Otakus are considered Fujoshi and the difference between them is forgotten.The realit...
  • Koyou: Japanese Colorful Autumn
    on Aug 16, 2012 in Nature
    Here are the Japanese autumn what cherry blossoms are to springLiterally translated ‘red leaves’ kouyou (紅葉) are the Japanese autumn what cherry blossoms are to spring. Both natural events bring the Japanese out en masse to celebrate the...
  • Origami : Paper Fold
    on Jul 4, 2012 in Art Culture
    Origami (折り紙) is a form of art in Japan and in the world. Literally means “to fold paper” (折り: fold, 紙: paper) in Japanese language. Actually it’s considered a science by many, a branch of mathematics. Besides, lately some people ar...
  • Kancho : Thousand Years of Pain
    on Jun 14, 2012 in Society Prank
    “Kancho” is a prank often played in Japan; it is performed in which you attack your victim from behind putting together both of your hands in a “kancho position” (see the pictures), the purpose is to hit your “rival’s” anal region with...
  • Ganguro : Face to Black Fashion
    on May 31, 2012 in Fashion Culture Urban/Street Culture
    And now we entering the unique fashion in Japan. i called it..."face to black"Ganguro (ガングロ), literally means "black-face", is a Japanese fashion trend among many Japanese girls which popular from the late 1990s to the early 2000s, an outgrow...
  • Hikikomori : Pulling Away from the World
    on May 13, 2012 in Problem Society Culture
    Hikikomori refers to an extreme version of social withdrawal that is especially prevalent in Japan and affects hundreds of thousands of young men. The term refers to the person as well as the phenomenon. literally means ‘pulling away,' Hikikomori (...
  • Bunraku : traditional puppet theatre of Japan
    on May 11, 2012 in Ningyō Culture
    Bunraku, (文楽), also known as Ningyō jōruri (人形浄瑠璃) or Japanese puppet theater founded in Osaka in 1684, is probably the most developed form of puppetry in the world. It is closer in style to Punch and Judy than Pinnochio as there are...
  • Maneki Neko - Lucky Cat
    on Dec 15, 2011 in Figure Culture
    Maneki Neko (招き猫) is a traditional Japanese figure, which is believed to bring good luck to the owner. This figure is usually displayed at the entrance of shops, restaurants, pachinko parlors, and other businesses.Literally translate as "Beckon...
  • Let's Play With the Japanese Wordplay
    on Nov 18, 2011 in Words Play Language
    One unique feature of the Japanese language allow you to use numbers to create phrases that are easy to remember. What is it??Japanese double entendres have a rich history in Japanese entertainment, because of the way that Japanese words can be read...
  • Itasha: Otaku Car Modification
    on Oct 19, 2011 in Car Urban/Street Culture
    What happens when anime otaku and petrolheads combine?Itasha (痛車) is a Japanese term for an otaku decorating the bodies of their cars with fictional characters of anime, manga, or video games. Predominately "cute" female characters, usually invo...
  • humour : School Test
    on Sep 24, 2011 in humour
    It was the first day of school and a new student, the son of a Japanese businessman, entered the fourth grade.The teacher said, "Let's begin by reviewing some American history. Who said "Give me Liberty, or give me Death?"She saw a sea of blank faces...
  • Introduction to the Japanese Folklore
    on Sep 8, 2011 in Folklore
    Japan have so many foklore which is heavily influenced by both Shinto and Buddhism, the two primary religions in the country. It often involves humorous or bizarre characters and situations and also includes an assortment of supernatural beings, such...
  • Bushido: the Way of the Warrior
    on Sep 5, 2011 in philosophy Culture
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