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kyuushoku-life:

Kyuushoku milk from a little town in Nagano.

kyuushoku-life:

Kyuushoku milk from a little town in Nagano.

crazybluepanda:

Today’s school lunch: rice, fried shrimp (二個GET!!!!), oden, and bean sprouts with red shiso flakes.

crazybluepanda:

Today’s school lunch: rice, fried shrimp (二個GET!!!!), oden, and bean sprouts with red shiso flakes.

kyuushoku-life:

You been SERVED!

Bamboo Forest
texascheeseman:

WW2 Japanese propaganda poster…are the fascist children doing the hokey pokey?
asianhistory:

A Japanese propaganda poster for the Tripartite Pact: “Good friends in three countries”. (left Adolf Hitler, center Fumimaro Konoe, right Benito Mussolini)

texascheeseman:

WW2 Japanese propaganda poster…are the fascist children doing the hokey pokey?

asianhistory:

A Japanese propaganda poster for the Tripartite Pact: “Good friends in three countries”. (left Adolf Hitler, center Fumimaro Konoe, right Benito Mussolini)

japanlove:

Ryokan Reception Hall, Matsue, Japan by David&Bonnie on Flickr.

(Source: gairo)

pantslessprogressive:

Otsuchi, Japan - before and after. This incredible 60 Minutes report from tonight’s show highlights Otsuchi, a town that lost 10 percent of its population in the disasterous earthquake and tsunami in March. Some residents are finding help from their sister city: Fort Bragg, CA (the towns share the same latitude). The California town, population 7,000, has unique ties to Otsuchi and has helped raise of $180,000 for their sister city. Watch the piece here. [Above: Video screenshots of Otsuchi before and after the tsunami.]

edgina:

House in Koamicho by Suppose Design Office

edgina:

House in Koamicho by Suppose Design Office

subtilitas:

Sou Fujimoto - House N, Oyta 2007. A home within a home within a home; three porous layers define the envelope, creating a gradual transition from public to private as one enters the core. Via, 2.

“…life in this house resembles to living among the clouds. A distinct boundary is nowhere to be found, except for a gradual change in the domain. One might say that an ideal architecture is an outdoor space that feels like the indoors and an indoor space that feels like the outdoors. In a nested structure, the inside is invariably the outside, and vice versa. My intention was to make an architecture that is not about space nor about form, but simply about expressing the riches of what are `between` houses and streets… I imagined that the city and the house are no different from one another in the essence, but are just different approaches to a continuum of a single subject, or different expressions of the same thing- an undulation of a primordial space where humans dwell.”

lustik:

Woodcuts - Keizaburo Tejima via Zouch

lustik:

Woodcuts - Keizaburo Tejima via Zouch

thiscitycalledearth:


by Teppei Takahashi, Tokyo.