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Old 15-09-2021, 08:14 AM
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Inspired by Lord Cabbage's excellent thread - Not as good as a doll. But... - which turned into a little bit of a Japanese culture lovefest; and my YouTube recommendations came up trumps again last night with the following video I thought we should have a "We Love Japanese Culture" thread



Again, I haven't got a clue what is going on but

PS Doesn't have to be exactly Japanese, Japanese inspired is fine, like South Korean or whatever
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Old 15-09-2021, 08:52 AM
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Aki Dearest.

All you need to know about Japanese Culture in a smooshy cuddly bundle of fun!

I recommend her WHY, Japan?! Series

https://www.youtube.com/c/akidearest/playlists

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Old 15-09-2021, 08:53 AM
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I'm in...

Hatsune Miku giving day concert. My two favourite tracks





Much to the irritation of everyone the ring tone on my phone is the second one of those (has been for years). Lol, when it starts to go off... Miku, Miku, Miku... followed by a very happy sounding.... Origato.
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Old 15-09-2021, 09:38 AM
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I'd love to go to Japan one day - the place and the culture fascinates me
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Old 15-09-2021, 09:48 AM
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Old 15-09-2021, 09:54 AM
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Bye River...

Ok, we can't mention Japan without...

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Idk anything about Japan except it sits along the Pacific Ring of Fire, and was formed by volcanic activity it's an area prone to earthquake. I still can't believe they were allowed to build a nuclear reactor there they go on about Iran, but Japan - go right ahead build nuclear Lol. It's bugged me since it happened. We had to watch an OU video about annual exposure to sieverts the presenter went to Fukushima and his Geiger counter was right off the scale. I wonder if he's still healthy he was taking a massive risk! I thought he was a plonker it was irresponsible of the OU to encourage that kind of trip others ways they could have made their point.
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People have an insane level of paranoia about nuclear power. Fukushima is the perfect example - I think there's been 1 confirmed death related to the reactor meltdown. Meanwhile 10,000 people died in the tsunami that caused it. And yet everyone seems to focus on the former. Even Chernobyl only resulted in, what... a couple of dozen deaths? The area now is thriving with wildlife and basically fine, but in the popular consciousness it's still considered one of the worst things that ever happened. More people probably died in some train crash last week that you never heard of.
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Old 15-09-2021, 11:14 AM
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Ditto on the Japanese front, top of my travelling list by quite a margin. Recently I discovered CHAI as they popped up in my Spotify feed, bit of research later produced this awesome track...



They've got other more ridiculous videos but that one is my favourite musically!

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