A bride and groom. The headdress she's wearing is translated as "covers her horns" (Temple in Harajuku, Tokyo, Japan)
Of COURSE Karaoke is popular in Japan, and this is one of the many "themed" karaoke houses. Karaoke can actually be a fairly economical way to drink. For $30 for 3 hours, you sing badly with your pals and get drunk because they keep bringing you beer (Roppongi, Tokyo, Japan)
Hachiko, Japan's most faithful dog (Shibuya station, Tokyo, Japan)
Japan is a land of MANY vending machines. They vend hot and cold bottles of beverages. I thought this one was special because it takes credit cards AND has an LCD panel on the front showing commercials (Roppongi, Tokyo, Japan)
Eels! (Tsikiji fish market, Tokyo, Japan)
The backward waterfall (Ginzu, Tokyo, Japan)
Apologies for the VERY POOR QUALITY of this video--even on my micro-tiny monitor on my camera the backward-motion of the waterfall is easily visible, but for some reason google seems to reduce the resolution here to useless. Use your imagination... It really is cool when you can see it!!