One Year Later of the Day

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One year after a devastating earthquake and tsunami hit Japan's Sendai region, Japanese news network ANN has released a video showing the clean-up and rebuilding of the coastal towns of Minamisanriku, Ishinomaki, Rikuzentakata and Miyako.

[japanprobe.]

Most Expensive Car Crash of the Day

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Most Expensive Car Crash of the Day: At least eight Ferraris, two Mercedes, and a Lamborghini were among 14 cars involved in what is believed to be the most expensive pile-up ever.

Damage from the crash, which took place along the Chugoku Expressway near Shimonoseki, Japan, is estimated at nearly $4 million.

The v

Lights Out

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Lights Out: Something worth keeping in mind while watching this short clip from Japanese erotic horror flick The Big Tits Dragon: Hot Spring Zombies Vs. Strippers: You are awake and this is real.

(VNSFW, fire crotch.)

[toplessrobot.]

Lights Out

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Lights Out: BABYMETAL, a heavy metal offshoot of the Japanese pop idol group Sakura Gakuin that performs a distinctly Japanese mix of schoolgirl J-pop and death metal.

[laughingsquid.]

After Hours

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After Hours: Japan: Because you'd have to be crazy to want to be normal.

[reddit.]

Preadolescent Pro-Wrestler of the Day

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Preadolescent Pro-Wrestler of the Day: There comes a time in every professional wrestler's career when he must beat up on a 9-year-old girl. For Canadian Kenny Omega, that time was last week, when he took on up-and-comer Haruka at a Stardom show.

If I didn't know better I'd swear Japan's national motto was "Japan: Yeah, we got t

This Is Important, You Should Know About It of the Day

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This Is Important, You Should Know About It of the Day: A public meeting between members of Japan's Nuclear Safety Commission and residents of Fukushima did not quite go as the government officials had hoped, with attendees demanding to know what is being done to protect residents from elevated radiation levels detected outside the government's arbitrary 20km exclusion zone, and Nuclear Safety members responding that Fukushima residents