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sodamnrelatable:

Reblog for the last one

it’s a game show where everyone eats the furniture in a room and tries to see which is made of chocolate

So basically you’re telling me this is the best fucking game ever created

8prometheus8:

This is something that slips past the Western viewers- it looks like it’s reaching out for Chihiro, in a malicious way, to the Western viewers. It’s what I thought growing up.
However, now, that I know that it’s a way of signalling for someone to ‘Come here!’ in Japan, the scene takes on a whole new meaning.
That spirit knows that if Chihiro doesn’t eat the food, she will disappear. And it knows if it offers the food, she cannot be cursed as a gluttonous pig because it wouldn’t have been stolen.
Just a unique take when you have all of the context.

8prometheus8:

This is something that slips past the Western viewers- it looks like it’s reaching out for Chihiro, in a malicious way, to the Western viewers. It’s what I thought growing up.

However, now, that I know that it’s a way of signalling for someone to ‘Come here!’ in Japan, the scene takes on a whole new meaning.

That spirit knows that if Chihiro doesn’t eat the food, she will disappear. And it knows if it offers the food, she cannot be cursed as a gluttonous pig because it wouldn’t have been stolen.

Just a unique take when you have all of the context.

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preludetowind:

GHIBLI MUSEUM: 1-1-83 Shimorenjaku, Mitaka 181-0013 [x]

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mandrakescry:

Harry Potter books covers from around the world.

popculturebrain:

Watch Japanese School Kids Perform “Day Man” From ‘Always Sunny’ | Uproxx

Ah ah ahhhh.

aleyma:

Longquan ware vase, made in China in the 2nd half of the 13th century. The gold repairs were made later when the vase was in Japan. (source).

aleyma:

Longquan ware vase, made in China in the 2nd half of the 13th century. The gold repairs were made later when the vase was in Japan. (source).

cornersoftheworld:

Tokyo (by aqui-ali)
petitpoulailler:

aleyma: Kawabata Gyokusho (Japanese, 1842-1913) ~ Cat, late 19th-early 20th century source

petitpoulailler:

aleyma: Kawabata Gyokusho (Japanese, 1842-1913) ~ Cat, late 19th-early 20th century source

japanlove:

Totoro by toyo*326 on Flickr.

japanlove:

Totoro by toyo*326 on Flickr.

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