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November 16, 2005

Death in the snow

Tessellations Live Japanese laundromat webcam. (From ”Boring webcams”)

How to make Monja-yaki? Monja-yaki ("letter-cake") is similar to Okonomi-yaki, except the batter is more watery and does not use egg

Fruit bus stops. (From ”Cardhouse”)

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From 2003: Death in the snow. A body is found in the frozen North Dakota woods. The cops say the dead Japanese woman was looking for the $1m she saw buried in the film Fargo. But the story didn't end there

Re-post: Very Tired Japanese Business Men. (Probably drunk, most of them)

No, I’m not going to link to the morning musume vs. The Lizard game show, since you can see it everywhere else

Vintage Kimonos from Kyoto. (A commercial site)

Many More Unusual Links about Japan Here

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Tracked on Nov 17, 2005 6:51:37 AM


I had a friend who bought kimonos buy the bale.

She had a restaurant in a small Oregon town and would put the kimonos up a few at a time on the walls.

She would put OUTRAGEOUS prices on them and someone would invariably buy them.

She made almost as much money from those kimonos as she did the restaurant.

By the bale. Go figure.

Posted by: Steel at Nov 19, 2005 10:06:23 PM