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Naughty Japanese Cosplay Christmas at Tokyo Decadance

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As always those on the Naughty List party it up during the Holiday Season at Tokyo Decadance in Tokyo. Fun times were had by all!
Season's Greetings from Tokyo Decadance
Santa partying with those on the Naughty List

Decorating the Manslave Tree - a Tokyo Decadance tradition
Happy Birthday, Jesus! 
Jesus fights off the temptation of Lust




Now that's a stocker stuffer! 






When things gets rowdy, she reigns it back in 

These two wrestle to be top of the Naughty List 

Mayan Apocalypse Comes to Japan!?!?

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Officially the end of the world by the Mayan Calendar will not come until late morning December 21st in the Western Hemisphere according to Mayan time not New Zealand time. Already some apocalyptic signs have appeared in Japan as the day there turned December 21st.

It may be nothing or it may be something. Either way I just wanted wish everyone a Merry Mayan Apocalypse as the sun devours the earth causing your blood to boil till it bursts from your charred skinned while your eyes melt like gooey marshmellows in your blackened skull!

I also updated the Mayan/Aztec calendar with some cheerful christmas trees to make the coming apocalypse a little more festive.


Happy Armageddon! 


Merry Mayan Apocalypse!

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May you and yours have a Merry Mayan Apocalypse as the sun devours the earth and your blood boils till it bursts out of your charred skin and your eyes melt into your blackened skull!


Martial Arts at Meiji Shrine in Tokyo on Culture Day

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Culture Day (Bunka no Hi) is a National holiday in Japan on November 3rd. Culture Day as the name implies is a celebration of culture. It's actually three commemorations at once. Besides culture, November 3rd marks the date when the post-war constitution was publicly announced in 1948. The real roots of the holiday though is the birthday of Emperor Meiji (1852-1912). Meiji oversaw the modernization of Japan and a return of governing power to the Imperial Court which had not ruled since the 12th Century.
At Meiji Shrine in Tokyo there are a number of cultural activities as a result. Behind the main shrine, a number of martial arts demonstrations are held. One can a variety of weapons like katana, naginata, and spear. Also you can see yabusame - mounted archery - and old fashion matchlock guns including a small cannon.