The guy in the ponytail who turns around at 0:58 in this video is the top comment and apparently found himself nearly 25 years later randomly watching this video. That's crazy, makes you think how many videos and pictures of you exist on other people's phones and cameras that you'll never see.
Very logical take on the whole situation of foreign tourists still being excluded from Japan. For a country which is known for being efficient when it comes to making decisions in uncertain times that couldn't be further from reality. Looks like real tourism could still be a while off.
It is sad to see people's livelihoods being impacted so negatively by these walls but it is also still devastating that people are still having to be dealing with the ongoing impacts of the 2011 tsunami while also preparing for the inevitable next one. How far can and should humans go to protect...
This short documentary gives some insight to the thing I dislike the most in Japan - the open and widespread exploitation of young women. I regularly would walk past the areas in the documentary (particularly Akihabara since it is the arcade/retro game capital of Japan) and see the girls lining...
I saw this pop up on my Facebook feed and thought it was a cute little animation.
It's a shame some of the comments were very negative, but I guess you get that. At least jacksfilms did a spot-on impersonation of many of the comments.
Sorry if there is a similar thread, I looked for a while but couldn't find one.
This is a thread to post the last thing you viewed on YouTube.
I'll go first:
I found this very deep, it hit pretty close to home for me.