Idol fans are a special breed, but when you hear about how they turn violent, you have to wonder where they lost the love in their life.
An update on the Mari car and a solution to their problem.
What is the difference between “You know what will happen.” and “You know what will happen.”?
Do Japanese people WANT to live as long as Japanese people live?
Does Japan WANT to keep making 1 yen coins?
How aful is being the guy to commits (?) capital punishment?
Why did that guy show me his shoulder?
And the big question is answered.
Nagoya, once voted the most boring city in Japan has a place I must go to now. We find out what some people do with all those panties they have stolen.
Yokai Watch gets in trouble for something they could have seen coming.
Nagoya will have space travel before anyone else…Nagoya!
People can study into their hundreds and one of the things that should be studied is what to do if Mt Fuji blows up.
The character from Yokai Watch. Spot the issue parents had:
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.
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.
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?
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