Hi everyone... havent been doing this for a while

I have a few new videos that I want to put out the first one is on japanese gigolos


Zeroyon, Rolling, and Gurachan Zoku

90s era offshoots of the Bosozoku.
They are different from Bosozoku. The Gurachan are the coolest lol
What the Gurachan are doing is so unique and I think artistic.
If they were in a more welcoming country, they probably would be much more respected for their artistic ability and efforts. But in Japan most people just see them as idiots lol

I like Bosozoku more. I wish they would make a comeback.


Although the Bosozoku are dying, they seem to have reappeared in other countries like in South Korea. It is strange how they are celebrating independence from Japan by using a Japanese Subculture. Alot of Koreans told me this is not Japanese, but even the word bosozoku is Japanese.

I guess it is similar to Chinese people singing anti-Japanese songs while enjoying a Japanese pasttime Karaoke. Or anti-western activists using the internet to spread anti-american messages.


A Revolutionary Change to the Future of the Automobile Industry has entered the market from North Korea

Actually they are kind of cool like how they don't use English on their labels. I want one.

I don't know what they are saying. Actually I am not even sure if it is North Korean but that is what I was told.

Speech on Nanking Massacre by Professor Shudo Higashinakano

Different perspective on Nanking Massacre.
50 years after the fact, especially considering there is larger more recent unsolved issues, is Nanking used more for politics and special interest than pure historical debate?

Video brought to my attention by:

Also watch:
Looking at the Nanking "Massacre" Photographic Evidence provided by the Chinese Communist Party


The Changing Blue Collar Areas of Japan ~Sanya, Tokyo's Foreigners and Young People~

Recent documentary on a changing Sanya Area of Tokyo.

Formerly known as a dangerous area filled with day laborers, the old Sanya is slowly dissappearing. In its place are westerners who are trying to save as much money possible in expensive Japan and young people who do not even know that the area is known as "Sanya".

I have heard other countries like the USA get very negative when they hear former blue collar areas (such as where Ford Plants used to be) are disappearing. For a country that is supposedly much less welcoming of immigrants, notice how little Japanese think of dissappearing areas such as Sanya. It is even taken as a positive thing. Perhaps there is a different interpretation of "change" among the cultures.

Part 1

Part 2


The Japanese Royal Palace: The World's Last Remaining Emperor and Longest Monarchy

Broadcast 1985 - Documentary on the Japanese Imperial Palace in Tokyo, Royal Grounds of the Last Remaining Emperor on Earth. At one point, atleast on paper, the Imperial Palace's real estate was worth more than the entire state of California. Theoretically, Japan could have bought the entire United States of America by selling only metropolitan Tokyo.

I think the Emperor should be given more power.

Part 1

Part 3

Part 4

Also Watch:
The Japanese Nationalists (Uyoku)


Whaling and the Silencing of Carribean Nations

Although the presentation is bland (they should have atleast used some still images to gather attention), what he says is interesting and it is not that long so try watching it.

Department of Fisheries Negotiating Officer Mr. Morishita talks about how much of the whaling policies is led by small economically underdeveloped Carribean nations, but Japanese as well as foreign media largely report whaling as a Japan VS. Anti-Whalers issue.

Video brought to my attention by Youtuber pin1973