Robo-Geisha is one crazy movie +

Bit NSFW. Well, I’ve never been one to shy away from crazy Japanese cult movies. As a matter of fact, I didn’t …

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A 3 foot horror story +

The bathroom in many homes is a very lonely room. You only visit it when you need something, and not for the …

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A real Hello Kitty +

If you are reading this website right now, I would find it very hard for you to not know what Hello Kitty …

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Kids vs Zombies +

So, Andrea subliminally tricked me into purchasing Left 4 Dead on Steam, and I have been enjoying playing it for the past …

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Ichi the Killer Bento +

Gore movies are one of my many favorites from Japan. The last one I watched was Tokyo Gore Police a few months …

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Naoto Fukasawa’s Fruit Juice +

They say that the way food or drinks look plays a major influence on how well we like it. I would have …

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Mini Nikon SLR in Japanese candy +

Gilco is one of Japan’s oldest candy companies, and is home to the popular Glico caramel candy as well as the legendary …

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Space Invaders Bank +

Tomy has done it again. If you are old enough to remember space invaders, this functioning bank will trigger your nostalgia reflex. Personally I …

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      Ultraman from tiny Ultramen +

      Ultraman: Tokyo Toy Show 2008

      Here’s a giant Ultraman statue made up of hundreds of tiny Ultraman figures. This photo was snapped at the Tokyo Toy Show 2008 by Hobby Media.

      Who is Ultraman? Ultraman was a TV show from TBS (Tokyo Broadcast System) that ran from 1966 - 1967. Even though there were only 30 original episodes, and the second in a series of “Ultra” programs, it sparked a cult following that’s even popular today. Ultraman ran during the special effects era in Japan, you know, the Godzilla type special effects. The whole Ultra series is sparking the masked super hero craze in Japan.

      Ultraman: Tokyo Toy Show 2008

      I wonder what they’re going to do with it after the show is over. Is there an Ultraman museum? Hobby Media via Gizmodo.

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