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Honshu, Japanese Alps, 56 feet of snow - like a car driving in cake.

So you think you have snow?

Amazing Road somewhere in this beautiful world ♥ Location : Tateyama Kurobe Alpine Route, Toyama,or Minamiaidu~Hinoemata, Fukushima, Nippon(Japan).

Fast growing honeysuckle to cover-up the chain link fence...

Cover the Phone Box on west wall - Monrovia's Hall's Japanese Honeysuckle details and information. Learn more about Monrovia plants and best practices for best possible plant performance.

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Top 29 craziest shoes you've ever seen

Fashion Faux Pas - Another 12 of the Weirdest Shoes Ever (weird shoes, strange shoes) - ODDEE

ray-ban prescription glassés for men are stylish eyeglassés that have stood the test of time. you have to just buy them and don't think twice about what you paid for them. frankly speaking.

Mecha mecha kawaii "fuwa fuwa" character socks at a favorite 100 yen shop, Daiso.

Five lanes of road vanished in the Japanese city of Fukuoka in 2016 as a sinkhole nearly 100 feet wide and 50 feet deep sucked the pavement away and then promptly filled with water. What made this sinkhole most extraordinary was the fact that Japanese officials had the road repaired in a matter of days. But it all may have gone too quickly as more settling of the earth shifted the new roadway a few inches following repairs.

7 of the World's Most Stunning Sinkholes

Five lanes of road vanished in the Japanese city of Fukuoka in 2016 as a sinkhole nearly 100 feet wide and 50 feet deep sucked the pavement away and then promptly filled with water. What made this sinkhole most extraordinary was the fact that Japanese officials had the road repaired in a matter of days. But it all may have gone too quickly as more settling of the earth shifted the new roadway a few inches following repairs.

USS Arizona (BB-39) was a Pennsylvania-class battleship of the United States Navy. The vessel was the first to be named "Arizona" specifically in honour of the 48th state. She was commissioned in 1916 and served stateside during World War I. Arizona is best known for her cataclysmic and dramatic sinking, with the loss of 1,177 lives, during the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor on 7 December 1941, the event that brought about U.S. involvement in World War II.

USS Arizona

American super-dreadnought battleship USS Arizona with crew wandering about on deck

There are many variations of this popular Japanese tale. Yuki-onna is usually described as having white skin, a white kimono, and long black hair. She appears in snowfall and glides without feet over the snow like a ghost. She feeds on human essence, and her killing method of choice is to blow on her victims to freeze them to death and then suck out their souls through their mouths.

There are many variations of this popular Japanese tale. Yuki-onna is usually described as having white skin, a white kimono, and long black hair. She appears in snowfall and glides without feet over the snow like a ghost. She feeds on human essence, and her killing method of choice is to blow on her victims to freeze them to death and then suck out their souls through their mouths.

My feet are dangling above an outdoor kiddie pool/koi pond hybrid. Hundreds of tiny, black eellike "doctor fish" are swarming below, waiting for me to dip my toes in so they can suck away my dry skin with their toothless jaws. When I volunteered to test-drive Tokyo's fabled beauty treatments, I imagined authentic shiatsu massage with a Zen garden view, not guppies-gone-wild pedicures. But here I am at Oedo-Onsen Monogatari, a spa-themed amusement park next to Tokyo Disneyland that doubles as…

Extreme Beauty Report: Japan

Face-shrinking masks, skin-munching fish, baths: We test some of the most outrageous beauty treatments in Tokyo.

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