Japan is always ahead of the game when it comes to hair care. With more hair per square kilometre than over 76% of the earth’s surface, Japan takes it’s hair seriously, thus, when hair-loss situations arise, a whole variety of techniques have been developed to combat it.
Here’s one I tried last night – as you can see, it was a great success!
Recent breakthroughs in Brainy Animal Research Kommunications technology (or BARK for short) has enabled residents in Tokyo’s Meguro-ward to enroll their dogs in new reading and writing classes. The move is part of an effort to educate the canine community in street manners – notably those connected with unchi (poos).
Here we see one of the new signs now being introduced for the educated class of wanwans along kerb stones telling them not to do do-do’s in inappropriate locations.
Hello. I'm Joseph, Tokyo-based fouder and Creative Director at creative agency/video production house Wild Tame. I'm also known as a runner with an experimental tech streak, father of two, husband of one.
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