The Japanese calendar explained, sort of, and the changes that will make my life better.
Will Shining Monday outshine Premium Friday?
LDP lawmakers sucks and basketball players are dumb.
AKB scams, death robbing stores, Canadians getting themselves in trouble.
And of course, underwear statistics. It’s good to be back.
NinjaNewsJapan has to go one break, but there is one story that must be told before that happens. I will try to keep the world updated on panty theft in Japan over the next few weeks if possible.
Have a good summer.
Love NNJ 37
It’s not straight up new, but a conversation about some of the more famous scandals in Japan along with some trite cultural insight.
Dating is hard. But, the internet in Japan has you covered.
You can simulate dates with lots of girls whoa re way out of your league. For a moment you may have felt “Hey…” but come on, you’re watching videos of dates where you are the camera.
Also, RaMu is fine. In this video, you go to a new izakaya with RaMu and experience what it is like to hang out with a girl who won’t have sex with you.
A sadly familiar feeling.
If that’s all too real for you, you can opt out for this, which has the girl in your home, but I had trouble getting through even a few seconds because I think only dogs can hear her voice.
A man demonstrates his frustration with the Japanese government, really sending a message. Then we get some world cup shenanigans that end up in … murder.
A soccer player pulls a red card and it seems to have become mandatory that underwear theft is mentioned at least once every 3 episodes.
I don’t know how to dance. That’s cool, no one pressures me. But it is a skill I’m lacking so looking to the internet to fill that void I have found exactly what I, and probably you, need.
There are more of these, but I figure I should master the steps in these two before moving on to more.
The leader of Aum was executed, a professor stands by his hobby and a yakuza organization decides to stand by it’s yakuza principles.
It’s all the news.
How did these kids get caught?
— sakamobi (@sakamobi) July 2, 2018
Japanese crime: Stalking, it’s not good.
Other crimes, committed by people pretending to be not Japanese.
I dip back into the panty theft and the Japanese Prime Minister refuses to answer any questions about it.
Our stand off hero
I have to admit, that despite this being super annoying, it was actually pretty cool.