The Robot Soldier located on the rooftop garden of the Ghibli Museum.
On the museum’s roof is a garden with a life-size statue of a robot from the final episode of Lupin III Part II and Castle in the Sky.The Robot Soldier was made by the artist Kunio Shachimaru. The statue is made from bronze and took a year to create.
The first image is my original picture and the other two are my attempts to play with levels. This is from when we went to the Ghibli Museum in Tokyo (September 2014)
Fuji Television: Rafu-kun
A small blue dog who is a tad goofy but rather passionate and devoted.
Laugh loves music, especially the Beatles.
Always on the lookout for something new,
Laugh loves to browse the web on his laptop wherever he goes.
Puppy Rafu-kun is the Fuji Television mascot whose name is derived from the English word “laugh” and was originally a character for a TV show broadcast in 1998. You can find Rafu these days on all sorts of adverts and available in many types of products, but his background has not yet been made public in much detail.
I only wish I knew who designed him. Stay tuned to our YouTube channel where we will show you a lot more from Odaiba and Fuji TV.
While walking through Shibuya Mark city you will see a massive painting
Lost for decades in Mexico, Taro Okamoto’s 30m-long mural was recovered and moved to a new home in 2008: the station concourse inside Shibuya Mark City. Sometimes compared to Picasso’s Guernica, The Myth of Tomorrow depicts the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki as an eruption of vibrant colours, centering around a skeletal figure caught in the blast. The work’s atomic associations were brought home in the wake of the 2011 Fukushima Daiichi meltdown, when art collective Chim↑Pom pasted an image of the stricken nuclear reactors in one corner of the painting
to get more of an understanding of this piece please read this
ガンダム カット” , “Gundam Cut.” is a Gundam-themed barber shop in Aomori Prefecture, Japan.
Located far north of Tokyo,
This barber shop doesn’t actually have Gundam inspired hair cuts, but what they do have are a ton of Gundams in their driveway.
new Kit Kat Chocolatory opening up in Hokkaido, with a new flavor butter.
Limited-edition sweets pay tribute to local culinary traditions. This is why KitKat is so popular. As one of the few regions of Japan with ample pasture space, Hokkaido is home to a large number of the country’s dairies. That’s why when the newest Chocolatory opens on March 7 in Sapporo, Hokkaido’s capital city,people will be able to purchase not only traditional chocolate Kit Kats, but also the Chocolatory Special Butter flavor.
The flavor was picked as the winner in a contest organized by the Tsuji Group culinary school.
The Special Butter flavor will be available in packs of 12 for 1,200 yen, or in four-piece boxes for 400 yen.
While there get your Green tea on as well!