A surprise in the mailbox.
At 5 metres long and 3 metres wide, the paper lantern was a landmark in Osaka that hung from a restaurant established in 1920.
With an aging population that's having less sex, there's more love hotels going out of business and falling into ruin.
The first three floors are solely for gaming, with over 70 computers available to guests.
Osaka's mayor is tired of asking the city to take down the “Column of Strength” statue in St. Mary’s Square
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The new record will also contain a long lost and unheard EP from 1982.
Yasuaki Onishi continues his artistic meditation on volume and gravity.
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