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Beautiful, disturbing and ultimately sad... how long before deco gas masks are a reality?
Fascinating, interesting, and positive - Japan's dark clouds always have silver linings.
That actress has got the Oishi Face down pat.
Actually Hoppek's "Ever" exhibition ENDS on July 12th, it's on now so hustle your nori-wrapped buns on down!
Toggle Commented Jun 10, 2010 on Boris Hoppek's human sushi art at TOKYOMANGO
That robot looks a lot like Marvin the Martian.
Toggle Commented Apr 2, 2010 on Samurai robot waiters in Thailand at TOKYOMANGO
I believe the same guy stole a baby capybara from the same zoo, which unfortunately died.
Those appear to be "crunching" USB characters, though there are indeed a wide range of "humping" USBs available as well.
Toggle Commented Jan 6, 2010 on USB humping Kinnikuman at TOKYOMANGO
It's a curious mixed message that's being sent. On the one hand, "Please refrain from drunken behavior" - on Tokyo Metro. Instead, "Please do it at home". Your wife, kids, cat, etc all thank you!
Hello Kidney!
Toggle Commented Oct 16, 2009 on Hello Kitty's internal organs revealed at TOKYOMANGO
Lovely... and the t-shirts look nice too. I just worry about the G in "Mango" looking a lot like a C.
Get Lisa her own TV show, stat!
Tendo's tattoos are stunningly beautiful, has she done a graphic portfolio of her body art? Might be a good companion piece to Yakuza Moon.
Ganbarre Lisa, very cool - but what's with the "Ms. Katayama", is the WSJ always so formal? Be funnier if they spelled it "Mizz Katayama".
Taste aside, some of the best things about Japanese canned coffee are the names: BM, BJ, Black Boss and Deepresso to name just a few.
"Searching for a Starbucks"... that's a phrase I thought I'd never hear!
I like how the two DX pillows look like a couple of mini-toilets. I'm surprised they don't have smiley faces.
It's OK Lisa, you can freak out next time... as long as you wear that red dress :op
Toggle Commented May 6, 2009 on Video: My talk at Ignite SF at TOKYOMANGO
You should do more TV, you come across as very natural and never patronize the audience. Short Urawaza segments like this one would fit in well with any number of shows.