I Show The Cultural Differences Between Japan And Other Countries (50 Pics)

40 reply View More Replies… #2 Eating Noodles Slurping noodles to eat in Japan is perfectly fine and it is said that they will taste better too. 27 reply #3 No Service Charge And Tips 33 reply View More Replies… #5 Station Masters 32 reply #9 The Last Stop If you fall deep asleep on the bus in the US, it may be your last stop… 42 reply View More Replies… #10 Toilets The toilets are always wet in Malaysia and there’s always no toilet papers. 14 reply View More Replies… #11 Tattoos If the tattoo is small, it can be covered with plaster to enter into the public bath houses or swimming pool. 68 reply #12 Celebrating Christmas Strangely …

Grandson Decides To Get His 84-Year-Old Grandpa A New Wardrobe And Makes Him An Instagram Star

Enter 84-year-old Japanese Grandfather Tetsuya, a retired chemistry teacher, who has become an unlikely, yet refreshing presence in the fashion world. Tetsuya recently had a visit from his grandson Naoya Kudo, who was back home in Akita Prefecture for a week-long holiday, and they spent some quality grandson/grandpa time taking photos and trying out some fun and fashionable outfits. The results of Tetsuya’s ‘photoshoots’ were so good, that Naoya Kudo decided to share them with the world. The pics quickly went viral, and the pair’s Instagram account already has over 88k followers! More info: slvr-tetsuya.tumblr.com #1 Kudo said that he hadn’t been back to his hometown for a long time, so he wanted to reconnect with his family. Being into …

Sashimi Artist Designs Incredible Food Art From Raw Fish And Other Edible Ingredients

One culinary artist, going by the handle of mikyoui0, never had a job related to art or design, however, he has a son who he wanted to teach food preparation to and also instill a love for it. He decided to think out of the box and turn the learning process into a fun activity by making art out of food. During the summer of last year, he started working with fish, therefore, it was a perfect opportunity to start the learning process! The artist taught his son how to slice and prepare sashimi and the whole learning process became a fun activity where he was able to make amazing creatures and form excellent art pieces. The fun part is …