Dec 112014
Japanese Way To Wrap A Gift Is Perfect

With Christmas just around the corner, millions of toys and presents will be gift wrapped. The thing is, most of us are terrible at wrapping presents. The Japanese on the other hand are famous for their precision and attention to detail. So it’s no surprise they have their own way of wrapping gifts that is not only practical, but gorgeous. 

Helena Haruko published this video over a year ago, but it has only gone viral now with over 900,000 new views as the gift-giving holidays approach. 


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Nov 292014
Japanese Instant Fried Shrimp Machine Is Awesome

Fried shrimp is a delicious delicacy, but preparing and frying the shrimp to perfection takes so long. If only there was a way to have instant fried shrimp… Now there is thanks to the Japanese! In this Japanese video, two cooks demonstrate an epic instant fried shrimp machine. Of course, the shrimp are precooked, but that doesn’t detract any awesomeness from the video. 


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Nov 032014
Mannequin Halloween Prank In Japan

Halloween has become a huge hit in Japan over the years. Now, giant costume parties have become the norm in major metropolitan areas like Tokyo and Osaka. Shapiro is a relatively tall American at around 6 and half feet tall, but seems like a giant in Japan. So for his costume, he dressed up as a mannequin and stood frozen outside clothing stores. When the opportunity arose, he would jump out and scare the heck out of Japanese party goers


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Oct 302014
Japanese Girl Is Better At The Drums Than You’d Expect

Japanese drummer Senri Kawaguchi is only sixteen, but she has already made a name for herself in the music world. Professional drummers and percussionists who have been performing years can’t compete with her. This video of her playing Jinshin War by Kawaguchi Chisato is trending with over a quarter million views!


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Oct 102014
Virtual Pop Star Hatsune Miku Performs On Late Show With Dave Letterman

Most Americans don’t really get it, but her fans don’t seem to care. Virtual pop star Hatsune Miku is a 3D digital singer and performer from Japan. That’s right, she’s completely digital. Things are just a little different in Japan… She and her band were invited to Late Show with David Letterman to perform ‘Sharing the World.’ Already, this new clip has over half a million hits!


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