Inakadate is a small agricultural village in Aomori, Japan. Its population is only 8,581 but it has one hellasugoi way to attract tourists! To see the complete transformation rice field masterpieces, please visit the Inakadate Official Site
The Ongaku Society have 2 upcoming events: Ongaku on the Block – Oct 27, 2007 & Ongaku Fresh Meet – Nov 17, 2007 There will be great music, fun people and contests , which includes a chance of winning an iPod Nano if you go to both events! More details at their site.
I got this from Lifespy.com (specifically here), a great site not only for lifestyle but all other types of tips as well. Don’t take some parts of the video seriously though. Although the basic facts and information are included in this clip, some scenes are exaggerated a bit for humor. Learn and enjoy!
The link was sent to my via email by a friend who is a Youtube.com addict. S/He prefers to remain anonymous. 😛 Huwaaat? Yep, a Japanese farmer from Kagawa prefecture started growing this square pakwan about twenty years ago by encasing these watermelons in cube shaped glasses while they are still on the vine. If you want one, just prepare 13,000-15,000 Yen (about 6,500 to 7,500 pesos) plus airfare.
Tita Dine a.k.a SexyMom and the other Moms of the Pinoy Moms Network have put up a sugoi e-zine. Banner taken from PMN Find out more of it on the D Spot’s “Pinoy Moms Network–Now an e-zine with a sexy new look”. And who says Pinoy Moms can’t be cool too?
Soon, for 30,000 yen, an international beauty treatment company called Umo Inc. (or Unidentified Micro-particle Object.. yeah I know :D) will give you a 24K gold facial. I think UMO started this in their US branches first but it’s coming to Japan soon. I have no idea whatsoever on how this will be good for the skin, except for that James Bond Goldfinger feel, or Egyptian mummy look. But it looks like fun, and if I have enough...