This aired a few years ago within a Japanese variety show. They would get ‘talents’ to work on a routine to see who could get the most creative in getting their pretend children ready for school. This was one of the more entertaining entries, with a famous Japanese comedienne taking on the role as mom. [...]
Here is part 2: And if you are still interested, part 3:
Japan could use quite a few of these – the bicycle parking lots are often overflowing in many train stations in Tokyo.
I used to live near an egg vending machine in Tokyo, but they are much more prevalent in the countryside:
Throwing the ceremonial first pitch in a baseball game is a tradition around the world. The Koreans have taken it one step further: The trend for the escalating outlandish moves started with an actress and then a gymnast:
Makes me appreciate my commute that much more…
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Tokyo Summerland is a water park with large pools (infamous for the crowded pool photos). The following are two commercials that are currently airing in the Tokyo area: In the 2nd commercial the little boy says: “Mom, I got a new girlfriend!”, hence dad spitting out his cold tea.
This is the traditional way of making “mochi” or rice cake made of a special sticky rice, although these guys take it to the extreme: