Where can you find singing children? Only in Japan!
Oh this is just terrific!
Japanese students sing Kenya!
Yes, that's the Kenya:
I do remember singing a lot of folk and children's songs in my language classes, but this...
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Oh this is just terrific!
Aso has campaigned three times in three years so far. First in a general election, again after former PM Abe resigned, and again after PM Fukuda announced he would be leaving office early this month. Maybe this will be his year.
I like that Aso can be controvercial though. This indicates to me that he is not just a robot among governmental workers. In a country where one is expected to avoid confrontations, especially when representing one's people, Abe repeatedly takes things head-on.
Couple this with his relation with the otaku culture and even his non-traditional faith of Roman Catholicism, you can see, he certainly is someone who is outside the norm.
Heh. This comment from one of those forementioned Akiba otaku in a recent Mainichi article is especially precious:
"I hope he can improve the image of otaku and have more people understand the subculture," said [Rei] Nekomi, a surgeon and psychiatrist who says he enjoys coming here to dress in female costumes when he is off-duty.
Go Aso! Go!
BAM! We all need one of these:
Today is the birthday of critically acclaimed 'fro god, Nabeshin (the real one)!
Next week on the FOX broadcast network, Hole in the Wall, otherwise known as "Human Tetris", will begin airing.
Just like Japan to announce the biggest news at the end of summer.
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