Apparently this is an advert for a proctologist whose last name means “rhino.”
Please do not ash in children’s face.
Ghettover to this fine dining establishment.
A changing table for adults?
A friendly reminder at Narita baggage claim that meat is not surgically removed from animals.
So close, er, crose.
Seems like a bit of an overreaction.
There are a lot of temples in Japan, I wonder which one they belong to.
So then, that’s an internet café?
Ass angels. Cheek cherubs.
Not a problem, that’s not how I intended on using it.
No, that’s just a wooden stick.
Worst slogan for a city, ever.
I appreciate the bluntness of this product.
That seems like a fair price for a kid.
Well this is confusing.
You don’t look so tough now, do ya?
Just a friendly reminder not to grope women on trains.
This is a boy band in Japan. Somehow the kernels don’t look as dumb as JT’s curly bleached hair.
Everything has a mascot, even condoms!
Look at those eyes, this giraffe knows something we don’t…
Mr. Banana Grabber.
An interesting mascot.
Kyoto: Come for the temples, stay for the tasty drinks.
Ladies, don’t you just hate when your toes grow faces and start yelling at you?
Alleviate the screaming with these toe spacers!
Kyoto is fabulous!
Nothing wrong here, but a few feet over…
Fail. And even more so, it’s usually “Ls” to “Rs”, so this is just baffling.
Rough (ruff) translation “I ain’t picking that up!”
Not a terribly popular study abroad program.
Oooh! So that’s how they work.
This does not make we want to enter their establishment.
Teaching English and Sexism!
Nevermind shrimp flavored ice cream, what is Angelica Keskei?!
Not sure what this place is, but I’m in!
When advertising your country’s most high tech train, maybe opt for a less phallic picture.
Maybe not a great name for this product.
No one else around? That red dude’s guilty.
The bricks you would shit if you woke up and a panda was administering CPR on you.
They couldn’t have gone with less phallic bread?
Could I please get a latte and some dog sand?
The lesser known Ernest film.
No caption necessary.
From the makers of Steam Cream.
Alfred Hitchcock’s The Kites.
Try as you may, it’s just not possible to use a tattoo here.
Caution: construction kitties 50 meters ahead.