The first of 2 videos where I look at some kids' candy where the prep is as fun and important as the candy itself.
Thanks to The Cat for doing the science.
Taken from the Observation deck at the Tokyo Metropolitan government building.
Sometimes you need raise yourself above the masses scurrying about their petty consumer nonsense and just gaze upon the city from afar. It helps put things in perspective.
To make the dirty old man who owns them rich!
Because I don't want to help with that, I'm not going to link to anything from this idol group, if you care, google the name on their flag... a word of warning though... if you listen to their music your ears will bleed.
I suppose for a talentless, not spectacularly beautiful looking young woman of below average intellect this is a better job than working at the convenience store or prostitution... And even though Idol wages are notoriously low, they probably made more this month than I did, for a lot less mental work.
Damn I just realised Idols get exploited less than I do... That's a depressing thought.
Japanese commercials usually sway between WTF and RANDOM, but this one managed to infuse a healthy dose of EPIC into the mix. Props to the agency that Suntory hired. It's really clever, really funny, well put together and pretty damn effective. Almost makes me wanna buy a CC Lemon... Almost. Sadly no amount of amazing advertising can change the taste :p
Sometimes I snap things with my phone that I only ever use once or intend to use in the future but never do. They gradually build up till I drag them all off my phone into a dump folder, where would usually spend the rest of their digital eternities...
Enjoy these random images of random times in random Japan.
00:00 MONDAY Akihabara Streetwalkers
01:00 TUESDAY Super Typhoon Neoguri
02:00 WEDNESDAY Renewing my Drivers License
03:00 THURSDAY Clouds Moving Across The Sky
04:00 notFRIDAY Shibuya Scramble
00:00 SATURDAY Crossings
00:00 notSUNDAY A Shout Out To Mortaine6
Mama 2 (feat. Manny Marx) by The Living
Shibuya Scramble Crossing
Spotted my first BMW M4 in Shinjuku 3-chome yesterday.
~Very Very Want~
All the reviewers whine, moan and complain about the lack of sound...
It sounded phenomenal to me.
Their ears must be broken.