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Japanese girl names- I was looking for one name for one character and it turns out all these are kinda pretty.

Japanese girl names- I was looking for one name for one character and it turns out all these are kinda pretty.

These adorable lion and tiger cubs were born at African Safari in the Oita…

How a lion and tiger cub are best of friends at Japanese zoo

These adorable lion and tiger cubs were born at African Safari in the Oita…

In Japan, broken objects are repaired with gold, believing that when something suffered damage and history, it becomes more beautiful.

In Japan, broken objects are repaired with gold, believing that when something suffered damage and history, it becomes more beautiful.

Akita is known as a powerful, dignified large dog breed originating from Japan. They can be quite alert with strangers but affectionate with family members. There are actually two separate varieties as Japanese Akita or the American Akita. The American Akita usually has thinner coat and comes with more colors.

15 Most Popular Akita Dog Pictures

Akita is known as a powerful, dignified large dog breed originating from Japan. They can be quite alert with strangers but affectionate with family members. There are actually two separate varieties as Japanese Akita or the American Akita. The American Akita usually has thinner coat and comes with more colors.

The cubs rest against each other...

How a lion and tiger cub are best of friends at Japanese zoo

Some of the most beautiful people I know... - Imgur

Some of the most beautiful people I know...

Junya Watanabe- the avant-garde genius of Japan. I find this look strangly utilitarian. Peruvian!

Junya Watanabe- the avant-garde genius of Japan. I find this look strangly utilitarian. Peruvian!

THIS IS NOT A CAT. This is felt sculpture by Japanese artist ***yayayay*** who REALLY knows her cats. Several more wonderments in English appreciation at the click. Her own blog (try using Chrome to translate the kanji) is at http://blogs.yahoo.co.jp/yayaya806waterway/folder/444422.html

THIS IS NOT A CAT. This is felt sculpture by Japanese artist ***yayayay*** who REALLY knows her cats. Several more wonderments in English appreciation at the click. Her own blog (try using Chrome to translate the kanji) is at http://blogs.yahoo.co.jp/yayaya806waterway/folder/444422.html

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