Some Tokyo department stores are facing legal allegations of selling outrageously expensive items to customers who clearly have dementia or other disabilities related to old age.
We didn’t bother with an April fools’ article on Tokyo Desu yesterday. To be frank, we’re simply not creative enough to think of something stranger than the majority of real news we post. Thankfully, many Japanese companies attempted to out-crazy the crazy with some outrageous announcements.
A new Star Wars-themed ride is advertised with Imperial forces descending on Osaka and Shibuya as Vader searches for Tokyo Disneyland.
The Harlem shake comes to Shibuya, Roppongi and even the Tokyo metro.
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1,600 high school girls are taking part in the Kanto Miss JK beauty contest, with online votes deciding which contestants will make the final in Shibuya on December 27th. The competition has been met with scorn on the internet, though strangely for the lack of girls that actually look like high school students, and not for the inherent creepiness of ranking their physical appearance.