I dunno! Maybe he’s been trying to think of the good things? I mean, it really seems like he had a lot of creative freedom—even, if other work conditions were allegedly less than ideal...
You mean pachinko company Konami? They release Yu-Gi-Oh! cards.
Well, Japanese didn’t even have its own writing system until it got kanji characters from the Chinese, so...
If the tests continue at the pace that they are, I think people who live near the Sea of Japan have a right to be worried that a ballistic test missile might accidentally hit land. I mean, North Korea keeps shooting missiles towards Japan.
I will make a note, thank you!
I like that theory.
His filmography is pretty hit and miss!
It’s not out yet.
Because all breaking major news flashes on screen, no matter the show!
It’s not a bad thing. It’s a “we might get sued” thing.
Oh yeah? I didn’t have to do this for the Nintendo DS, the DS Lite, or the Nintendo Wii... I did have to wait in line for hours —all night for the Wii. :(
I watched Cars 2 this weekend dubbed in Japanese. No idea why Japanese speaking Mater couldn’t figure out the toilet.
I learned that lesson real quick. I mean, real quick.
It’s not necessarily visitors who do this. Like, some folks in Japan do. It’s bad manners, but it’s a thing!
Yeah, sakura (偽客). Dunno if that’s what is going on here. I think the low odds of getting one and the raffle discourage (hopefully!) paid line standers and people aiming to resell them...
In Japan, lines have long been a way for stores and businesses to show something is popular. You see this at all sorts of restaurants and shops in Japan. TV news reports often show lines and will basically say or infer, “Look how popular this is. All these people are in line.” So I doubt this practice will change…
One minute, but three thousand people, so...