Toilet poems will save the world

Toilet poems will save the world

Have you ever thought about doing your part to curb global warming? You have? Good. Have you ever considered writing thought-provoking poetry to be displayed in public bathrooms across Japan? I didn’t think so. One Japanese group not only has but also made it their mission to save the world,...

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Voice-controlled toy helicopters

Voice-controlled toy helicopters

 You have have seen those commericals for the remote controlled mini helicopters that dart around and fly with incredible precision. Today, I’m here to tell you that they are a toy of the past. Tokyo’s Taiyo Corp has trumped all of the previous offerings by creating a voice controlled...

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Studying in Japan just got easier

Studying in Japan just got easier

Thinking of heading to Japan on a student visa? Well here’s a bit of good news. The Japanese goverment wants to not only ease screening procedures for students wishing to study in Japan, but also extend the time you are able to stay. Asahi reported that Justice Minister Eisuke Mori...

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KeyholeTV servers are down temporarily

KeyholeTV servers are down temporarily

Well, I just wanted to write a quick update about KeyholeTV as I have been not only getting tons of comments sent, but also yesterday alone, the KeyholeTV page saw over 2,500 visits from people looking for answers. First I would like to thank Rick from JDictionary.com for keeping people up...

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Scare children from ever choking

Scare children from ever choking

I have to admit that I don’t really write too much for the parents out there. So I decided to take a moment and talk about a product that someday might save your child’s life. Kids are notorious for not being able to sit still. I can’t really blame them....

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Super Mario saves the day

Super Mario saves the day

Japanese black theater is always interesting to watch. It takes a completely different level of creativity to pull off well. In this Super Mario parody, we see Mario leave his arch enemy in unfamiliar territory, meet a very influential politician, and save the princess too! Via Geekologie.

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2 MLB Teams Sign Japanese Pitchers

2 MLB Teams Sign Japanese Pitchers

Two Major League Baseball teams announced today that they have signed Japanese players. What’s interesting is that these two teams have never signed a Japanese player ever. In total there are 14 Japanese players in the MLB. The Boston Red Sox lead the MLB with 3 Japanese players, the Seattle...

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The Yoshimoto Cube

The Yoshimoto Cube

Invented by Naoki Yoshimoto in 1971, this crazy toy is called a Yoshimoto cube. If you don’t remember that day in geometry class many years ago, let me refresh your memory. A polyhedron is a geometric object with flat faces and straight edges. Wikipedia has a more scientific explanation that...

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