After the blue beer, I now give you the red one ! Taste-wise, the blue one was better. There’s something a bit too much flowery in that one…
Abashiri beer is the local beer which is made in Abashiri, a city of Okhotsk, Hokkaido. Enjoy the smooth feeling on your throat, crisp and rich of fragrance and flavor! It is made with water melted from icebergs that float each year onto Hokkaido beaches from the Sea of Okhotsk! A dash of seaweed gives ...
White helmet for the boss I presume?
Snuggie: the blanket that has sleeves. Keeps you warms and your hands free.
Seen in Kagurazaka, Tokyo.
What were they thinking? Or is it just me?
When you need a sign to warn people that those are sinks and not urinals, you know there’s something seriously wrong with the design.
In one day she can easily eat more than 60 dishes (enough to feed 20 people)… And she’s quite skinny! She has to poo six times a day though ;-)
Or how to attract a lot of traffic on your blog with a spelling mistake ;-) Pussi means bag in Finnish. Mega-pussi is then a big bag.
What happens if you lay 99 CDs next to each other and spin them all together? Good that there is Japanese TV to find out!
Spotted in Iidabashi some time ago already. Surprisngly the clock was working and the time accurate!
Compulsory yearly health check tomorrow: – chest X-Ray – body fat rate measurement – echography of stomach, liver, kidneys… – hearing check – electrocardiogram (the one I always fail – hospitals stress me out) – retina check (leaves you blind for 15mn) – blood samples (leaves me dizzy for 15mn) – a little homework pictured ...
The two sides of the same wall. Climb as high as possible while trying to make the other guy fall in very got water by pushing those big sticks :-)
Plethora of stupid games :-) In this one you must eat whatever passes in front of you on the conveyor belt, with chopsticks and within the small space delimited by the two red lines on each side!
1 million yen if you can remain hidden in your own house for 30min :D
Original way of doing it :-)
Adhoc network, obviously!