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Japanese TV Adverts #54 - Why so Japan

Japanese TV Adverts - Why so Japan

Omamori - Japanese Amulets: Inu Dog - INFO

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About the author Grace Buchele Mineta is an author, blogger, freelance writer and YouTuber from Texas, who now resides in Tokyo with her Japanese husband. We first came across Grace (Texan in Tokyo), the author of “My Japanese Husband STILL Thinks I’m Crazy”, and her husband Ryosuke through our love for all things Japanese. In this particular case our first encounter with Texan in Tokyo was their YouTube channel. We stumbled upon the channel after hearing other J-vloggers (Japanese ...

The book is a collection of comic strip shorts about her and her husband's life on a day to day basis and text snippets about Japanese culture and life.

Cartoon: Why I love "real books" but they also kind of suck...

I love real books but… (cartoon)

Cartoon: Why I love "real books" but they also kind of suck.

This gachapon store is located in Akihabara, Japan and has tons of vending machines full of anime collector's items.

Tons of Japanese Capsule Toys at Akihabara Gachapon Kaikan

I recently visited the Akihabara Gachapon Kaikan store and this store is ridiculous with all the gachapon machines they have. If you’re a gachapon lover, you must go here.

Tokyo, Shibuya Crossing. The only one I've experienced worse than HK.

Shibuya Crossing - Tokyo, Japan - find the starbucks for birds eye view

Chopsticks Kappabashi Street Tokyo Japan

Shopping on Tokyo's Kappabashi Street

Wondering what to buy in Tokyo? Kappabashi Street is a great Tokyo street where you can shop for Japanese knives, chopsticks, pottery and Tokyo souvenirs.

The next lot of TV adverts from Japanese TV has arrived. In this collection of TV adverts we find some of the following: an advert from mobile phone opertator AU featuring Kyary Pamyu Pamyu, a group of penguins playing PSVita, some of the girls from pop group AKB48 playing a dance game for the Wii U, plus a lot more. Enjoy! As always, please check out this YouTube user for more adverts: http://www.youtube.com/user/JPCMHD Also check out older posts with Japanese TV adverts under the media ...

The next lot of TV adverts from Japanese TV has arrived. In this collection of TV adverts we find some of the following: an advert from mobile phone opertator AU featuring Kyary Pamyu Pamyu, a group of penguins playing PSVita, some of the girls from pop group AKB48 playing a dance game for the Wii U, plus a lot more. Enjoy! As always, please check out this YouTube user for more adverts: http://www.youtube.com/user/JPCMHD Also check out older posts with Japanese TV adverts under the media ...

17 Interesting Japanese Superstitions | tsunagu Japan

There are many superstitions in Japan. Some are still widely believed while others have been discarded. However, these superstitions do illustrate unique aspects of Japanese culture. Let's take a look at some of the most popular Japanese superstitions!

WhySoJapan’s Video Library In our video library you will find all our videos that are either to do with a certain post from the site or random videos that we just have to share.

Tokyo Roar Tokyo Roar is a short film made by filmmaker Brandon Li. Brandon filmed Tokyo Roar while on a month trip in Japan.

Hyper Japan shop Hyper Japan has now opened it’s first shop as of the end of oktober 2013. Its located in the Camden stables market area in London. The shop, being its first, is a small shop. But content is growing.  (LW34-3)

Hyper Japan shop Hyper Japan has now opened it’s first shop as of the end of oktober Its located in the Camden stables market area in London. The shop, being its first, is a small shop.

[Tokyo-Anime] Tokyo Anime Centre, Akihabara, Tokyo. Image by Simon Richmond / Lonely Planet

21 free things to do in Tokyo

20 free things to do in Tokyo, Japan - Tokyo Anime Centre, Akihabara, Tokyo. Image by Simon Richmond / Lonely Planet

Transport while on holiday Before traveling to Japan Part 2, We have mostly traveled within Tokyo and we normally use a Suica card. It’s a bit like the Oyster card that they have in London. You can charge it up with money and you just tap in and tap out via the barriers at the train/underground station. There are two cards that can be used in Tokyo, Suica and Pasmo. Both do for most part the same job while traveling in Tokyo the cards can be brought direct from the ticket machines at the ...

Transport while on holiday Before traveling to Japan Part 2, We have mostly traveled within Tokyo and we normally use a Suica card. It’s a bit like the Oyster card that they have in London. You can charge it up with money and you just tap in and tap out via the barriers at the train/underground station. There are two cards that can be used in Tokyo, Suica and Pasmo. Both do for most part the same job while traveling in Tokyo the cards can be brought direct from the ticket machines at the ...

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