She solders, she modifies a Furby, she’s got a MAKE magazine poster behind her, she’s cute and she’s wearing a maid costume. Am I wrong or is this every otaku guy’s dream girl?
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Just a stunning HD view into Japan. I really urge you to spend some time to check this video out.
From Brad Kremer:
Hayaku: A time lapse journey through Japan.
Japan is one of the most beautiful countries in the world. This is my Japan. This is one of the many reasons why I love Japan. I shot this in many locations around Japan in the summer of 2009. Some of the location include Tokyo, Matsuyama, Imabari, Nagano, Gifu, and Ishizushisan.
I started this as a personal project to try and capture the beauty that I see in Japan. It started as just that…
I just came across this site via Cartoon Brew. It’s simply amazing. Take your lunch break and spend some time watching some of these – it’s a great look into the history of Japanese advertising.
From Cartoon Brew:
Here’s one for the history buffs: a link to a fascinating online archive of fifty vintage Japanese animated commercials.
This site is part of an on-line exhibition showcasing domestic life in Japan during the “Showa” period (the Hirohito era, 1926-89). Japan’s Research Institute for Digital Media and Content (DMC Institute) digitized of a large collection of TV advertisements obtained from the Momoya Co., a leading food company. The collection consists of 218 animated TV spots that date back to 1953. Of the 50 pieces posted on-line, the earliest one was produced in 1958. These provide a glimpse at a rarely discussed early phase of anime history