Tommy Lee Jones does ads for Boss Coffee's Rainbow Mountain brand of iced coffee, most of which feature him as a fish-out-of-water immigrant observing and enjoying Japanese life, taking odd jobs (cab driver, train station guard, astronaut, etc) and occasionally using his magical powers. It's like a series of clips from an early-90s science fiction show set in a parralel universe. Which it is.
[UPDATE: Decision reversed] Citing concerns over the new coronavirus variant, the government of Japan has instructed airlines to stop taking new reservations for international flights. So far the island nation has two confirmed Omicron variant cases. The first was a Namibian diplomat and the second, who was fully vaccinated, arrived in Japan from Peru via… READ THE REST
We bought my daughter a far-out astronaut animal backpack for traveling with her cat, but it's got nothing on this portable fish tank called a "Katsugyo Bag." In development by Ma Corporation in Japan, this, um, reefcase is apparently outfitted with technology to keep the water oxygenated and at the correct pressure. According to a… READ THE REST
You know how they have those fantasy football camps and rock and roll camps where rank amateurs get to live out the dream of being a pro football player or rock star? I would pay to attend a fantasy ramen camp where I and other amateurs would train with an experienced kitchen crew for 10-days… READ THE REST
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We thank our sponsor for making this content possible; it is not written by the editorial staff nor does it necessarily reflect its views. With people feeling stranded inside their own homes during much of last year, one of the easiest ways to take things off their minds was by picking up a new hobby.… READ THE REST
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