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... a simulation of a sewage backup, going room by room as they increased the pressure of fluid coming up the drains. And there was a horrified housewife going from room to room as they did this experiment, looking more terrified with each drain backup.
More Japanese TV: A very cute reality show about a Japanese wedding where members of the J-Pop group SMAP go undercover and serve as waiters, photographer, etc., finally revealing themselves ...
... going on at the crossing.
Perhaps watching the non-movement at Shibuya created this twice-removed effect from the busy city life in which I felt detached from the bustling city from watching a poignant scene of detachment, but sitting up at the famous Starbucks at Tsutaya which was featured in Sofia Coppola’s Lost in Translation (2003) has a calming sense of peace*. I was able to look down and get somewhat of a bird’s ...
... river in Tokyo. This gave me an awesome view of many different parts of the city from the water. It dropped me off at the Hama rikyu gardens,
I managed to find a new place to crash through couchsurfing, a girl from America who is here in Japan for an internship offered to let me crash on her floor, good thing I brought a sleeping bag with ...
A typical bus Soho bag has the Louis Vuitton Borse
requires a superstar and the elegance of a sophisticated woman. Both,
as you know are necessary to turn heads when you walk down the main
In line with the latest models and designs, the new range of Coach
... wasn't until 2pm). We decided, rather naively, to head North to visit the Imperial Palace. We got as far as the park on the outskirts of the palace grounds before the wind, light rain and freezing temperatures forced us to turn back. In a park in the centre of Ginza that would have normally been packed with people, there was not a sole. The park was completely empty. We were the only ones stupid enough to ...