Japanese actress Rina Takeda, a black belt in Ryukyu Shorin-ryu Karate, uses her head to break roof tiles in a new ad for Saison credit card. According to reports, it was done without any special effects. Here’s the making of video:
The Japanese island of Ōkunoshima is known as the Rabbit Island for its huge population of wild bunnies. If you are carrying a big bag of treats, like this girl from Hong Kong, you better be prepared for a bunny attack:
Sakura the Penguin chases his keeper at the Matsue Vogel Park in Japan.
Japanese comedian Toshiaki Kasuga got a rude awakening on the television program Dokkiri Award. According to Kotaku, he got drunk with the TV crew the night before this crazy prank was set up. Big mistake!
‘Mako-Mako‘ cats usually live in peace and harmony, but if you invade Ohagi’s personal space – there’s gonna be trouble. And it doesn’t matter whether or not it was intentional, when Genki fell out of the box, Ohagi let him have it. But the best part is the look on Ami’s face while she’s peeking out of the bed at the end of this short clip:
Members of the Japanese pop girl group Perfume demonstrate a simple hand choreography to their fans during a concert by chanting ‘soto uchi‘. It looks very funny taken out of context, especially when one is not familiar with Japanese culture…
Japanese soccer player Shunsuke Nakamura knocks bride and groom toppers off a moving wedding cake with an incredibly accurate free kick:
Yamato the Golden Retriever imitates the sound of an ambulance(?) siren…
You’d think that 55 kids is too many even for professional soccer players to take on, but Man United’s Shinji Kagawa and Nurnberg’s Hiroshi Kiyotake will prove us all wrong in this clip from a Japanese TV show ‘Kyokugen 2013‘:
This Japanese ad for Autoway tires comes with a health warning and is probably the scariest commercial you’ve ever seen. So, for the love of God, if you have some medical concerns or don’t like scary stuff – don’t watch it! On the other hand, if you enjoy a good jump scare, go ahead – it’s coming: