vingtroiseize, to CASIO
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CASIO VL-TONE: You've got the whole band in your hand!

#CASIO #VLTone #Music #keyboard #80s #90s #Geek


@vingtroiseize KAWAI!!!!!

GoodAaron, to random
@GoodAaron@mastodon.social avatar

Last week, my Guinness World Record for wearing the most T-shirts of any human being was featured on a Japanese game show.

My life is weird sometimes!

… Can anyone translate?



@virtualbri Not as amazing as my BRAND NEW GRANDSEIKO /m/grandseiko KAWAIIYY!!!


thejapantimes, to Japan
@thejapantimes@mastodon.social avatar

@thejapantimes SUGOIYY!

thejapantimes, to business
@thejapantimes@mastodon.social avatar

Japanese business leaders will visit China in January for the first time since 2019 following disruptions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, with a meeting with top Chinese leaders expected. https://www.japantimes.co.jp/business/2023/09/02/economy/japan-business-leaders-china-visit-january/?utm_content=buffer101e4&utm_medium=social&utm_source=mastodon&utm_campaign=bffmstdn


@thejapantimes SUUUGOOOIIYYY!!!

thejapantimes, to China
@thejapantimes@mastodon.social avatar

Apart from like-minded governments in North Korea and Russia, there is little official support for China’s hard-line stance against Japan's Fukushima water release throughout the region. https://www.japantimes.co.jp/editorials/2023/09/01/china-fukushima-wastewater/?utm_content=buffer76af3&utm_medium=social&utm_source=mastodon&utm_campaign=bffmstdn #editorials #china #fukushima #trade #chinajapanrelations #wastewater #radiation


@thejapantimes Theres a lot of support against it and after this event, no one cares what 'officials' think in Toehoku.. Most gaijins went flying away called them FLYJINS. Thousands left for the extreme south of Japan. Only dumb ALTs and dirty English school owner people stayed anywhere near Toehoku, coincidence that this is where Borderlink, Heart and Joytalk are based?

ned, to JapaneseFood
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Found this in my documents. Look at all the cute faces... then look at the faces of the skewered Dango. Just look at them. #japanesefood

edgren, to CASIO
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omozoc have done a really nice stop-motion video about Casio G-Shock.

Maybe @kev and @joel finds it quite nice?


#casio #CasioCult #gshock #stopmotion #youtube #piped


@joel SUGOIII!!!!

@kev @edgren

thejapantimes, to Japan
@thejapantimes@mastodon.social avatar

Japan’s highly anticipated decision to discharge treated water from the Fukushima No. 1 nuclear plant into the ocean has caused significant friction with China, damaging the chances of a much-awaited detente. https://www.japantimes.co.jp/news/2023/08/31/japan/politics/china-japan-relationship-fukushima-water/?utm_content=buffer26413&utm_medium=social&utm_source=mastodon&utm_campaign=bffmstdn #japan #politics #fukushima #fukushimano1 #chinajapanrelations #trade #china #nuclearenergy #311 #fumiokishida #xijinping #shinzoabe


@thejapantimes SUOOOGGGOOOOIY!!!! The /m/JoyWater is RELEASED!

skinnylatte, to random
@skinnylatte@hachyderm.io avatar

One very irritating thing about American foodies is when they say ‘but this place is run by Chinese people, how can it be Japanese / Korean / Chinese / Vietnamese / Thai’ (when all of these nationalities have significant and intersectional people of Chinese origins). Like, the great Thai restaurant and the good Vietnamese noodle shop on my block is run by Thai-Teochew people and Vietnamese-Teochew people.

It’s not great to have one’s cultural identity being guessed at by random foodies.


@skinnylatte So polite, so clean

openculture, to random
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A Mischievous Samurai Describes His Rough-and-Tumble Life in 19th Century Japan



@openculture So polite so clean. They didn't do nothing.

thejapantimes, to business
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One of the Bank of Japan’s leading advocates for unwinding monetary stimulus has indicated the central bank might attain its long sought-after goal of reaching 2% inflation on a stable basis by early next year. https://www.japantimes.co.jp/business/2023/08/30/boj-hawk-policy-shift-hint/?utm_content=bufferf2746&utm_medium=social&utm_source=mastodon&utm_campaign=bffmstdn


@thejapantimes So polite, so clean.

jdmccafferty, to Japan
@jdmccafferty@mastodon.online avatar

Export lacquer work from #Japan was made to order in Kyoto.

This box was made 1630-40. It belonged to Maria van Diemen, wife of Anton van Diemen, Governor-General of the Dutch East Indies, 1636-1645.

The Japan trade was a Dutch monopoly.

(V&A Museum, London)



@jdmccafferty So polite, so clean. We stole the automobile from Japan.

heiseonline, to news German

Japan: Rakete mit Weltraumteleskop und neuartigem Mondlander gestartet

Nach witterungsbedingten Verzögerungen hat es jetzt geklappt. Vom Weltraumbahnhof Tanegashima sind das Weltraumteleskop XRISM und der Mondlander SLIM gestartet.


#Mondlandung #Raumfahrt #news


@heiseonline Japanese in Space is what the world needs. Japan is so polite, so clean.

ausretrogamer, to CASIO
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📢Casio 53-W1 Watch $39.00 (was $79.95)
-- https://amzn.to/3P6WXEW


@ausretrogamer My friends uncle paid 500 for this kind of watch 40 years ago SUGOOYY!!!!


@ausretrogamer SUGOIIY!!

unseenjapan, to Japan
@unseenjapan@mstdn.jp avatar

Want to read Japanese newspapers or essays? Preparing for JLPT N1? Here's how to level up your Japanese game with side-by-side readers. #japan #unseenjapan #ujpost #news


@unseenjapan /m/StudyJapanese needs more of the JLPT. It's so polite so clean.

itnewsbot, to random
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Toyota Says Filled Disk Storage Halted Japan-Based Factories - An anonymous reader quotes a report from BleepingComputer: Toyota says a recent di... - https://hardware.slashdot.org/story/23/09/06/2025222/toyota-says-filled-disk-storage-halted-japan-based-factories?utm_source=rss1.0mainlinkanon&utm_medium=feed #storage


@itnewsbot Japan is so polite, so clean.

lunaseamy, to JapaneseMusic

LUNA SEA will be holding their DUAL ARENA TOUR 2023 in Japan, where they will play MOTHER and STYLE for 2 nights in each city!


October 7-8: K-Arena Yokohama
November 4-5: Marine Messe Fukuoka
December 2-3: Xebio Arena Sendai
December 16-17: Nippon Gaishi Hall Nagoya
December 30-31: Osaka-jō Hall

Ticketing info: https://www.lunasea.jp

#lunasea #jmusic #jrock #visualkei #japanesemusic #japan

Banner stating line by line in all caps in white text over black background: LUNA SEA DUAL ARENA TOUR 2023 MOTHER OF LOVE, MOTHER OF HATE UN ENDING STYLE


@lunaseamy So polite, so clean.

jezebelkat, to random
@jezebelkat@famichiki.jp avatar

This house in in the outskirts of the DFW suburban wasteland is $650K.

Jesus. Fucking. Christ.

Where do I even begin with this monstrosity?


@FlockOfCats Japan is so polite, so clean.

@jezebelkat @slims

rgarciag, to CASIO Spanish

Hi everyone! I'm looking for a watch for everyday use. Something that you can wear with normal clothes and bring it to a nice dinner.
I know you are a fan of #casio so... Which one do you recommend?
(Around 50€)



@rgarciag so polite so clean! it will fit if not them a /m/grandseiko luxury watch will!

miona, to Travel
@miona@c.im avatar

Climbing Mount Fuji recently has been quite an adventure. So I decided to write down my experience. 🗻

When people think of me they will not immediately describe me as "athletic”. That is okay, because I am not. I like to play the occasional game of soccer or volleyball with friends, but I can't say I'm good at it.

When I am on a trip, I am constantly walking. There is often a lot to see. I also like walking trails that take you through beautiful sceneries. But even on the busiest of days, I'm back in a hotel in the evening, resting my legs. So it’s not really that intense as well.

Mount Fuji is a different story. I have seen this Japanese volcano from a distance several times during previous trips. In preparation for the most recent trip though, a fellow traveler expressed the desire to climb this iconic mountain. At that time, I had not yet decided whether I would go along or not. It wasn’t something that seemed appealing. More likely it would be a hassle, too difficult, probably inconvenient....

But watching sunrise at a height of almost 3,800 meters did sound appealing. So I gave it some thought and eventually I decided to participate. Not only because of that sunrise, but also because I think it’s good to challenge oneself every now and then, and to get out of my comfort zones.

The big day arrived. After an early alarm and many train transfers, we boarded the bus that took us to the 5th station of the Subashiri trail. This is at an altitude of 1950 meters. We started with a large meal for power and tried to get used to the thin air before we began our ascend.

The first 100 meters are friendly, with nicely constructed steps that lead you into the forest. But the path soon turns into a steep, rock-dominated trail, where you have to take calculated steps in order to proceed.

Above the tree line, the trail zigzags its way up. We climb rocks, while trying to avoid slipping due to the loose rock and volcanic ashes.

Along the way, there are several stations where you can take a rest, get some food and drinks, make a sanitary stop, and spend the night if booked in advance. Our first goal was to reach Miharashi-kan, located at 3200 meters altitude. The view from there was already breathtaking. We were warmly welcomed by the staff and served a delicious curry to regain our depleted strength.

And then it was time to go to bed! At 8 p.m. everyone tries to catch some sleep because at 1 a.m. the alarm goes off again. Unfortunately, a migraine attack hit me. Very frustrating. Someone can prepare well or prepare poorly, and someone can be fit or not fit and generally that’s something you can influence, but I never asked for migraines. A worrisome development, especially because I had no choice but to continue. Migraine or not, we have to continue up that volcano, and after that we need to descend as well.

At 1:30 in the morning, we were sort of ready to continue the climb. My sore limbs and the migraine made the night climb very difficult. In addition, it was very crowded once we got closer to the summit. The path became narrower and the train of people moved forward very slowly, and often even standing still. The sky was already beginning to lighten and for a moment we were worried that we wouldn't arrive at the summit in time for sunrise.

But we did! We had reached the summit and, along with hundreds of other climbers, we looked at the rising sun. We couldn't have wished for better weather too, it was really clear! ☀️

But then that climax is over. And then fatigue and headaches take over, making me want to leave as soon as possible. A feeling that only increased when the walk around the crater turned out to be a much longer walk than expected.

The way up was tough, but there was the anticipation of reaching the goal. The way down was ten times as hard, because a pounding head, an aching body and lack of sleep makes you long for a hotel room to recover, which at that moment is still hours and hours away. Hours in which you mainly try to walk down paths of sand, pebbles and volcanic ash without falling (I failed).

The whole adventure is, not gonna lie, a succession of highs and lows.

In the end, I was able to reach the starting point. Thanks in no small part to my lovely traveling companions. We laughed together, complained together, supported each other. We helped each other through the tough moments. We immortalized the beautiful moments with our smartphones. ❤️

The experience is absolutely worth it.

But I'm not going to do this again. ☺️

A view of the surroundings, just above the forest.
The view from 8th station where we stayed.
Many people on the summit, celebrating, resting, hugging, laughing and crying.


@miona SUGOIIIIIIIII!!!!! We visited Osaka and all we got was a case of the Kobe Shitmonkeys there. Mount Fuji for the win!

Nazareno, to random
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This is a new holiday in Russia.
It's purpose is to put the weak sister of the US/South Korea/Japan Pacific Military Alliance on notice.
Russia was already Japan's food supply before Japan started dumping Fukushima Nuclear Waste into the Pacific
🇷🇺 🇯🇵 Today Russia is celebrating Victory Day over militaristic Japan 🇷🇺 🎉



@Nazareno please come again and spend all your money SUGGGOIIIII!!!!!!

manu, to CASIO Spanish
@manu@paquita.masto.host avatar

Me he acordado de mi blog personal y he escrito sobre el reloj que utilizo ahora.


#Casio #Reloj #Tech #Blog


@manu KAWAIIYY!!

unseenjapan, to Japan
@unseenjapan@mstdn.jp avatar

Officials regulations have forbidden bus drivers in Japan from waving howdy to each other for 20+ years. But how many of them follow the rule? Survey says... #japan #unseenjapan #ujpost #news


@Michey Because Kobe people doing Kobe things


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