A glimpse of a brighter future for the prefecture, I hope. This video was shot in Koriyama.
It occurred to me in spite of all the fuss over the hunt for a yukata in the lead-up to the Sumidagawa Fireworks, I haven’t yet featured the famous display itself. Here are some of the best sequences from the show, set to music, from YouTuber calvin4787.
Yesterday we saw a seriously industrial-strength Lego creation. Today let’s look at something on a smaller, more manageable scale – Japanese nanoblocks.
If this is how they play with Legos, it’s no wonder Japan became a car-making superpower…
See more details on the creator’s blog (Japanese only, sorry!)
If there weren’t a second-timer running in the frame, I’d swear this was a sped-up video.
Congrats to Yu Nakajima for achieving his first official under 10-second average!
A look at my favorite shrine in all Japan, punctuated somewhat strangely by a cat at the end.
The World Cosplay Summit was held this month in Nagoya. As you can see, this was a very international affair.
The big winner this year was Brazil! Congrats…
Hrm… Somehow I had the impression that the members of SMAP took themselves quite seriously. Was pleasantly surprised then to see Nakai hamming it up in this video. And mad props to his background dancers too!
I’m not even going to comment. Let’s just turn this over to the very competent vlogger Emmy for her professional take on this very unusual ice cream delivery device.
Normally the beautiful nature videos that catch my eye on YouTube are of the Japan Alps or a Hokkaido panorama. But this time we’re in Tokyo and, my oh my, from the lens of a skilled videographer, Ueno Park gives rural Japan a run for its money in the scenery department.