A catchy song duet between Koda Kumi and Exile covering a pop classic called Won’t Be Long by the Bubblegum Brothers. The single was released in 22nd November 2006. It debuted on the Oricon Weekly Singles Chart and sold 130,710 copies in its debut week.
From the Japanese quiz show, ‘Neppu League’, this is a clip of people playing Torokko Adventures (Mine Cart) where they are asked various questions and moves to the side of the correct answer. One wrong answer and it is a ride to the lava pit while a continuous five correct answer will move them forward to a 1 million yen prize.
This is a wrestling themed photo shoot of Harumi Nemoto and Yoko Matsugane. Bustiness ensured.
Featured on National Geographic, Lala the penguin wears a backpack and shops fish for his owner in Japan. Lala was rescued from a fisherman’s line and refused to leave when he was healed. He became the family’s pet ever since. He even have a specially refrigerated super cool penguin habitat.
Razor Ramon Hard Gay goes around Tokyo and started to display his usual pelvic thrusts and vocalisations. The foreigners love him a lot apparently.
When the PS3 was launched in Japan, it was a mystery that it was scarcely available even after a month after it was released. Bankisha, an investigative jornalism tries to find out the answer to the mystery. It was found out later that PS3s were actually shipped out of Japan to foreign coutries for sale. Two video clips of the investigation after the jump.
A scenario in a Japanese subway where the idiom ‘Packed Like Sardines’ is so applicable.
One of the Batsu series of a Japanese TV show where six men in a library play a simple game of ‘the unlucky guy who gets the odd card, gets punished’. Special guest includes Ernersto Hoost, a K-1 champion.
Ever wondered who is behind the voice of Pikachu the well loved Pokemon companion of Ash Ketchum? Sometimes its hard to imagine that such cute and funny voices are coming out of the people since we are so accustomed to their original characters.
A girl and her apparent make-up shadow plays basketball in a Japanese TV show. Not only was it creative, the whole person-shadow teamwork was executed very good as well.