awkwardterrorist:

allons-ygeronimofuckitybye:

mononocake:

314eater:

The hardcore way to eat ramen:
1. Boil water
2. Eat block of ramen
3. Drink boiled water
4. Snort flavored powder
5. Fuck bitches

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you looking for this my friend?

why is there a gif for this

because japan

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Okay what just happened? What. Just. Happened??

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Japanese play it hard

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thestrollingdead:

sir-ruphio-the-great:

Meanwhile, in Japan

sometimes you just got to stop questioning the japanese and accept it.

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machinemachine:

Pink

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whazzat?

  October 31, 2012 at 05:31pm

heh

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prostheticknowledge:

Vaudeville 

DIY Japanese full-size mecha robot project controllable by smartphone and Kinect. Via Plastic Pals

Suidobashi Heavy Industry (an impressive name for what is in reality a small group of dedicated giant robot afficionados), is in the process of building the first 3.8 meter (12 ft 5 inch) tall, 4,500 kg (4.9 ton) single-occupant mecha.  The ambitious group is made up of Kogoro Kurata (production), Wataru Yoshizaki (control circuitry), and Yusuke Kitani.  They’ve opted for V-SIDO software to handle the mecha’s master-slave controls (developed by Asura Engineering), and plan to have the mecha, named Vaudeville, fully operational by the end of this year.

According to the official website:

Vaudeville has the AE “V-Sido”, the control system of the computer technology is watched by all world with interest. Not only operating by boarding the pilot’s seat, but also enabling you to control and interact Vaudeville with Kinect*. Moreover, without taking a professional training such as a combat plane, people can operate it easily. Furthermore, you can control Vaudeville via the mobile 3G Internet access.

Here is a video of the machine demonstrating it’s controls:

The project is not complete, but you can find more information at the official website here

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miss-mi:

Kaoiro Stamp [link]

“Kaoiro” (which means “facial expression” in Japanese) is Japanese emoticon stamp pretending to be the date stamp. This stamp that mixing digital culture with a old style stationary has 7 belts and around 20 symbols.”

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DAAAANCE, DANCE THE NITE AWAAAY…

She’s got a heart for a face, people..lasgnsfgjad;bjjbadgnjkbnfdsd

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deadline-is-overrated:

girl2u:

【3次元】かっちょいいギターとかベースの画像をくれ

hookay this one is extremely weird

inothernews:

You should see the porn car.

ianbrooks:

Preserved Transparent Animals by Iori Tomita

These see-through critters are preserved in jars and injected with amazing technicolor enzymes to make them all glow-y. Break it down, Science: “Tomita uses an enzyme to dissolve the natural proteins in the flesh. He then injects red dyes into the harder bones and blue dyes into the softer cartilage, thus highlighting usually unseen internal structures. The dead creature is then preserved in a jar of glycerin”. You can even buy miniature versions of these… in Japan.

Artist: twitter / website

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