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A picture of Tokyo Skytree I took last summer. My 2 weeks in Japan were an amazingly fun time
and I would certainly recommend visiting to anyone who has the chance. Tokyo Skytree was incredible, especially after sunset. Only downside is that taking nice pictures through the glass obviously is quite hard.
Dr Kōichiro Kanaya, an ear, nose and throat specialist at the Kaneyama Clinic, Yamaguchi prefecture, is on hand to shed some professional light on the case of the nosebleed-suffering sexually aroused… “It’s true that blood pressure rises when we’re sexually aroused, and it’s been well documented, but there is no connection between arousal of this kind and nose-bleeds.” Now that’s the kind of doctor we like- straight to the facts.
Nosebleeds usually start because of damage to the septum, the good doctor tells us, which is why so many little kids who can’t keep their fingers out of there can often be seen in the school nurse’s office with tissue jammed up their nostrils… “
Since the inside of the nose is one of the more fragile parts of the body, I can understand where the theory that increased blood-pressure caused by sexual arousal causes nosebleeds might come from;” Dr Kanayama continues, “but the human body is made from some pretty soft, flexible stuff, so I couldn’t really say that the argument is entirely sound.” So why on earth would we see this happening in anime and manga so often? Dr Kanayama has a theory about that: “In the past, people like pro wrestlers would intentionally give themselves small cuts on their forehead in order to build tension and atmosphere in a match.
I can only imagine that the idea of extreme stimulation and an excess of energy was portrayed in the same way with nosebleeds, and it’s come to be the accepted method of representing that feeling.” So, it’s just a way of expressing… other… bodily explosions, huh?
I suppose we can live with that. It certainly helps keep anime a little less ‘R’ rated…
The first time I ever saw an anime character suffer a nosebleed, outside of boxing story Hajime no Ippo, anyway, was in the peculiar series Hare no chi Guu.
According to NicoNico News, though, seeing anime and manga characters’ noses explode is nothing to worry about- they’re perfectly healthy. If anything, they’re a little too healthy…
Source : Soranews
Omg I just posted cringe ew omgggg!! Character: Junko Enoshima
I borrowed this cosplay from a friend and i’d die for them
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No bairro de Shibuya, em Tóquio, está o maior e mais movimentado cruzamento do mundo! A grande aventura por lá é conseguir atravessar a rua sem esbarrar com ninguém.
E você, conseguiria encarar esse desafio?! 🏃🏽♀️ #shibuya#shibuyacrossing 🎥 @gabitreiger
Yo😁, this is Katsuō-Ji Temple located in Mino city, Osaka, Japan. Katsuō-Ji is famed as a temple of winning luck and it's also famous for its out of the world beautiful😍😍 garden.
Its garden gives every season a beautiful scene to enjoy, for example in spring you can see many different types of cherry blossoms 🌸. After Sakura season the azaleas and the Alpine roses will be in full bloom and during the rainy ☔ season, the sight of 3600 hydrangeas will make your mind blown away 😍. But amongst all the seasons, autumn🍂🍁 is by far the best, because all around Katsuō-Ji temple will be colored in red, yellow, and orange, and that is a scene you wouldn't like to miss!
So if you are visiting japan(Osaka) around mid-November to the beginning of December which is the autumn leaves 🍂🍁 season you absolutely should visit this beautiful😍 place!? Are you visiting japan anytime soon!? Let me know in the comments below😁!
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