I went to Japan! And took a bunch of pictures. And so, here they are!
For some reason, Anonymous looks way cooler in a Japanese newspaper in black and white.
This was a random skeleton outside a burger joint. I think he forgot to eat.
My friend's live right by Tokyo Tower. The view from their room is nuts! Beautifer!
There was a little crane for construction right by the tower. If you look at it the right way, it kind of looks like Tokyo Towers' dick.
Japan has a lot of posters telling you what or what not to do on trains. There is no playing football on trains.
Went to a museum. Museums are super fucking boring to me, but this one had some neat stuff.
Old ladies love this kind of shit.
This was an old tough guy politician that is so cool, they made a rice cracker out of him. That's a pretty big honor, very few politicians get that treatment.
This is the museum's mascot. It kind of looks like a penis to me. But a great many things kind of look like a penis to me.
Found this sexy statue in a back alley in a shopping area near the museum. That's one thing I love about Japan, the randomness. It really is a very random country.
An American beauty
Speaking of random, found this amazing Marvel drink vending machine. It's amazing because the art is pure old school magic! Before Marvel started rebranding all their heroes and taking all the color and fun out in favor of a more "realistic," or in my opinion, totally fucking boring style. Muted colors, lots of leather, no bellbottoms, yadda yadda.
One thing that intrigues me about Japan, is how it doesn't burst into flames all the time. There is crazy ass wiring like this everywhere. Water was dripping everywhere too.
This is just hanging out, right by a popular shopping district. Just some...uhhhh...parts or something
I'm taking some flappernese, so I can do a pretty good job at reading Katakana. That being said, we really could not figure this one out. The waitress finally explained, they used to write Katakana in the opposite direction for some reason. It says "Asahi Biru" (Asashi Beer). Ha!
Here's some super depressing shit. These are statues of babies that died. People knit little hats and clothes for them to keep them warm or something.
Some were more fashionable than others.
More of the randomness of Japan. Nothing says Halloween like Jack Daniels!
Went to the Meiji Temple. It was A-Meiji-ing! (made the same joke on facebook, sorry if you're read it before)
They had vegetable boats...or something
And a wedding! I yelled "Game over, bro!" super loud, but I'm not sure if he understood English.
It was a nice temple, I suppose. My problem with temples is, you've seen one, you've seen them all.
Trees outside had some crazy roots, tho
I took like a zillion pics, so I'll post more later!