Here are the latest Pulsations, links to fresh stories and visuals about Japan, shout-outs to fellow bloggers, and highly clickable stuff that we think you might enjoy.
In no particular order, they are . . .
Clever naming has New York diners raving about Japanese-style cod roe and pigs’ feet (from Rocket News 24): How you market your food may have as much to do with success as how you cook it.
Japanese Banana Art Is So Damn Appealing (from Kotaku): One artist unpeeled a banana and saw potential.
Tokyo Disneyland’s Halloween Vinylmations are revealed (from Tomopop): Sio designed spooky versions of Minnie and Donald that glow in the dark.
shinobu koizumi’s useful snow-like objects won’t melt away (from designboom): Salt crystals can mimic the frosty white stuff quite convincingly.
LT Josai – A new shared living space in Nagoya (from Spoon & Tamago): You’ll want to move in when you see these pictures.
Earlier this month, six Japanese cigar box jugglers traveled to Canada to meet one of the world’s greatest, Eric Bates. From the video they ended up with it looks like they had an awesome time, and of course you can see lots of impressive cigar box juggling.