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karaoke &

Just the other day I was wandering down a shopping street in Osaka when I happened upon a karaoke shop with a somewhat unusual name....



....and girl's what?


It soon became apparent that the whole street was full of similarly named establishments!









This shop was chock-full...









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On Sunday, 28 September, 2008, Blogger LetsJpn said:

Do you have a Vegetables & Shibuya Monkey Mask shop on your shotengai?  



On Monday, 29 September, 2008, Anonymous Scotty.VOR said:

Oh yes, the model "Abe" prime minister was a real bargain. After a year I don't like him though, so might upgrade to the "Fukuda" model, or even save up for classic "Koizumi".

On the other hand, might just get a bike...  



On Tuesday, 30 September, 2008, Blogger Tornadoes28 said:

They're never going to be able to unload that excess inventory of former Prime Ministers.  



On Tuesday, 30 September, 2008, Anonymous Dutchie said:

Surely u r pulling my leg ! Who in their right mind would give their shop such strange names ?  



On Tuesday, 30 September, 2008, Blogger Anki said:

never in my life did i imagine i cud derive so much pleasure from Osaka

Hilarious place u have here  



On Tuesday, 30 September, 2008, Anonymous Anonymous said:

I see you don't have the chain store chicken lips and shoes like we have here in kanto.  



On Tuesday, 30 September, 2008, Anonymous Anonymous said:

haha the karaoke place was very inspiring to you wasn't it!

I think my favorite is "gifts and salarymen".  



On Tuesday, 30 September, 2008, Anonymous shyam said:

Are these for real? They look very authentic... but I cant help but wonder if you're pulling our legs? :)  



On Wednesday, 01 October, 2008, Anonymous CP said:

That first one's real, pretty sure. As for Meat and Oba Sans, I somehow doubt it.  



On Thursday, 02 October, 2008, Anonymous pamu said:

is that bike shop on yotsubashi?  



On Friday, 03 October, 2008, Anonymous billywest said:

You didn't pass by Adult DVDs and nuclear-powered naval vessels?  



On Saturday, 04 October, 2008, Anonymous john turningpin said:

As much as some of those really made me giggle, I think the last one is what pushed me into LOL territory.

Why meat?! Why oba-sans and meat?

Friggin' incredible.  



On Saturday, 04 October, 2008, Anonymous Anonymous said:

I would pay to see sumo wrestlers in wedding dresses.  



On Sunday, 05 October, 2008, Blogger Unbalanced Reaction said:

Oh, brilliant! I've been in the market for a crack-lovin' sumo wrestler, but a pot smoking one will do in a pinch.  



On Thursday, 16 October, 2008, Blogger ☆Mayu☆ said:

Where do you find all these??
I live in Tokyo, always looking for these kinds of signs, but don't see them much.Maybe I have to pay more attention.
Sometimes I feel embarassed as a Japanese though...
Mayu  



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