Nissin Cup Noodle wall, taken in Cup Noodle Museum Yokohama
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Nissin Cup Noodle wall, taken in Cup Noodle Museum Yokohama

Wikipedia: product definition: the number or expression resulting from the multiplication together of two or more numbers or expressions.

Jagabee potato sticks and chicken cream portage and bacon and cabbage portage.  DELICIOUS!

Jagabee potato sticks and chicken cream portage and bacon and cabbage portage.  DELICIOUS!

大仏 · DAIBUTSU (GREAT BUDDHA)
Taken at Kōtoku-in Temple (高徳院) in Kamakura (鎌倉), Kanagawa Prefecture (神奈川県).

大仏 · DAIBUTSU (GREAT BUDDHA)

Taken at Kōtoku-in Temple (高徳院) in Kamakura (鎌倉), Kanagawa Prefecture (神奈川県).

Cars decorated with images from the popular soccer RPG and anime, Inazuma Eleven (イナズマイレブン).  You can sort of see that even the floors were covered in green mats to make it look like a soccer field.

Taken at Toyota MegaWeb in Odaiba, Tokyo.

絆 · きずな · KIZUNA

BONDS, ENCUMBRANCE

例文:我らの間に強い絆があった。

REIBUN: WARERA NO AIDA NI TSUYOI KIZUNA GA ATTA.

EXAMPLE SENTENCE: There was a strong bond between us.

浅草 · ASAKUSA, TOKYO

浅草 · ASAKUSA, TOKYO

天丼 · てんどん · TEN-DON
Tempura Donburi
Japanese-style fried foods (typically shrimp, fish, and vegetables) on a bowl of white rice.
This particular ten-don set came with a bowl of miso soup and some pickles (漬け物 · TSUKEMONO).

天丼 · てんどん · TEN-DON

Tempura Donburi

Japanese-style fried foods (typically shrimp, fish, and vegetables) on a bowl of white rice.

This particular ten-don set came with a bowl of miso soup and some pickles (漬け物 · TSUKEMONO).

つまらない · TSUMARANAI

BORING, UNINTERESTING; also INSIGNIFICANT, TRIVIAL

面白い · おもしろい · OMOSHIROI (FUNNY, INTERESTING, AMUSING)

Today’s なぞなぞ · NAZONAZO

かいはかいでも、大きなかいってなーに?

KAI WA KAI DEMO, OOKINA KAI TTE NA-NI?

A shellfish is a shellfish, but what do you call a large shellfish?

答え:でかい

KOTAE: DEKAI

Answer: Huge

Reason: The word “DEKAI” can be broken down into “DE” and “KAI,” of which “KAI” can be the Japanese word for shellfish.

JR Yamanote Line
Taken at Harajuku Station

JR Yamanote Line

Taken at Harajuku Station