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July 07, 2007

Ajinomoto space soup

Japanese_woodblock All items on the new, official Japanese space menu satisfy the International Space Station’s stringent standards requiring packaged foods to withstand changes in air pressure and temperature and survive one year in storage under ordinary earthly temperatures. To meet these requirements, the food products are packed in special tubes

How to put on a Japanese loin cloth

Wooden block toy called Toypography where English words can be reformed to Japanese expressions of the same meaning

The Surinomo albums of David Bull, a woodblock artist

The Tale of Genji

Tiny portions, or "Why there are virtually no fat Japanese people". (From Top Ten Ways Japanese Live Small)

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July 7, 2007 in Japan | Permalink


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