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SMAP Kimura with Two Women at Once

March 26, 2010


SMAP Kimura with two women at once, that is Ryoko Shinohara and Keiko Kitagawa. It wasn’t a threesome as you have thought, instead the three will be in a new Fuji TV drama. The new TV drama is entitled “Tsuki no Koibito” (Moon Lovers) and will start to air on September of this year. This […]

5 Sakura Songs by Vocaloid

March 25, 2010


5 Sakura Songs by Vocaloid? First let me explain what a Vocaloid is.Vocaloid is a vocal-synthesizing software developed and released by Yamaha back in 2004. If you still don’t get it, it is basically a non-human voice creation software. I hope I made that clear. This brilliant piece of software has been used mainly to […]

HP EliteBook 8740w Looks So Sweet and Solid

March 24, 2010


HP EliteBook 8740w is now on the top of my wishlist. On the gadgets category that is. Yes, my wishlist is divided into various categories but of course we are not going to talk about that. Let’s go back to the topic, my latest dream machine the HP EliteBook 8740w just looks so sweet and solid. […]

Japanese high school girl uniform pimping

March 19, 2010


Japanese high school girl uniform customized up to the smallest detail. Yes it is the most recent fashion trend to pick up its pace in Tokyo. The trend is known as Nanchatte seifuku (なんちゃって制服, lit. “just kidding uniform”) and started back in 2002. The idea is simple, high school girls customizes their uniforms personally or […]

Japanese Nose Mask Pit

March 18, 2010


Japanese nose mask pit is a sort of device that you insert in your nose to act as a filter that blocks pollens, from a flower for example. Helpful if your allergic to any types of pollens. via Roy in Tokyo

Lightning Strikes a Fluorescent Tube Caught on Video

March 18, 2010


Lightning strikes a fluorescent tube and caught on a video might sound weird and impossible. Weird? Yes. Impossible? No. Leave it to the Japanese, it’s not impossible for a lightning to strike a fluorescent tube lamp when you have a 12-million-volt artificial lightning generator courtesy of Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry (CRIEPI) of […]

The Best Guide to Roppongi

March 17, 2010


The Best Guide to Roppongi. Is one of those post that you can’t pass on without reading. If you’re planning to visit Japan’s Roppongi district check the guide out. It’s something you won’t find on tourist guide books. And if anyone knows where to get a digital version of that very informative Roppongi map please […]