Sunday, April 15, 2007

Da Vinci Code Sausage!

Two posts in one day! O_O. Yeah, so on to the Sausage. I had a prodigious thought the other day while watching the OP to Lucky Star. The blue-haired girl holds up three fingers on each of her hands. Normally, this three fingered sign indicates Eastside, which would mean on the East Coast. I started thinking and this is what I came up with. This is a Japanese anime, so East Coast couldnt possibly be the case. Then I noticed her other hand, which had a three. http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&hl=en&q=Japan&ie=UTF8&z=17&ll=31.951525,130.220786&spn=0.006254,0.009978&t=h&om=1
I did some research on Google and found this. There is a Japanese highway, Highway 3, that if you look on the eastern side of it, you will see a city eventually. You must be going north because the girls ducked down, then went up, which gives direction. Anyway, back to the city. This city obviously contains a store that sells, you guessed it, the world's best sausage. (Kami, if you can read that big red kanji, plz tell me if that says Sausage, thankies)

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3 Comments:

At Apr 16, 2007, 1:48:00 AM, Anonymous Kamisori said...

http://ca.news.yahoo.com/s/afp/
070416/entertainment/
entertainment_us_japan_film
How about news on Spider-Man 3?
Airing in Japan before anywhere else...

Sausage is usually written in katakana, as in ソーセージ the kanji is, 腸詰 (ちょうづめ).

What you got there looks like Satsuma ookawa which is in the Kagoshima Prefecture on the Kyuushuu island, but if it means anything... They're well known for their Sweet Potatoes ^^

 
At Apr 16, 2007, 1:53:00 AM, Anonymous Kamisori said...

If you are thinking about Sausage in Japan... Hokkaido would make more sense.
When I was a cook up there... we had to restock time and time again.

 
At Apr 16, 2007, 5:14:00 AM, Blogger Kip said...

Boy, I've got to help you with your html.

 

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