Saturday, 19 February 2011

Japanese Embassies Around The World

All you need to know about Japan, its Embassies and its culture in one easy to read directory.

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I'll just have my twopenn'orth seeing as this is the right place for it.

If you want to get the most out of your blog, your message and your graphics, make sure you name your photo's and stuff, with something that will get your message across, code numbers and obscure titles won't work for you.

The reason I blog in the fashion that I do, is not for the five minutes titillation it might provide, (for some) nor is for the countless hours spent buggering about, it is because, long after all the words have been forgotten, the graphics won't have, they will still be there imparting the original message years later. Ninety five percent of Google traffic comes via an image search. Make the most of it.


The caterers arriving, Japanese Embassy banquet London. Buying a new car, Vauxhall or Mitsubushi?

"We serve whale meat dishes with pride, to pass on Japanese food culture to the next generation. I'm worried the halt [of whaling] will prevent us from passing on this part of our culture," said Yachiyo Ichihara, 61, who runs a whale meat restaurant in Minami-Boso.





Japanese Embassy staff Washington prepare luncheon. Buying a new car, Cadillac or Lexus?

"We serve whale meat dishes with pride, to pass on Japanese food culture to the next generation. I'm worried the halt [of whaling] will prevent us from passing on this part of our culture," said Yachiyo Ichihara, 61, who runs a whale meat restaurant in Minami-Boso.



An obstruction blocks the road Japanese Embassy Beijing. Buying a new car, Mercedes or Lexus?

"We serve whale meat dishes with pride, to pass on Japanese food culture to the next generation. I'm worried the halt [of whaling] will prevent us from passing on this part of our culture," said Yachiyo Ichihara, 61, who runs a whale meat restaurant in Minami-Boso.






Japanese Embassy Paris. Buying a new car, Citroen or Toyota?

"We serve whale meat dishes with pride, to pass on Japanese food culture to the next generation. I'm worried the halt [of whaling] will prevent us from passing on this part of our culture," said Yachiyo Ichihara, 61, who runs a whale meat restaurant in Minami-Boso.



Japanese Embassy staff Bangkok collect tissue samples. Buying a new car Nissan or Ford?

"We serve whale meat dishes with pride, to pass on Japanese food culture to the next generation. I'm worried the halt [of whaling] will prevent us from passing on this part of our culture," said Yachiyo Ichihara, 61, who runs a whale meat restaurant in Minami-Boso.





Flag Day Japanese Embassy Madrid. Buying a new car, Seat or Dihatsu?

"We serve whale meat dishes with pride, to pass on Japanese food culture to the next generation. I'm worried the halt [of whaling] will prevent us from passing on this part of our culture," said Yachiyo Ichihara, 61, who runs a whale meat restaurant in Minami-Boso.



Flag Day Japanese Embassy Mexico City. Buying a new car, Volkswagen or Nissan?

"We serve whale meat dishes with pride, to pass on Japanese food culture to the next generation. I'm worried the halt [of whaling] will prevent us from passing on this part of our culture," said Yachiyo Ichihara, 61, who runs a whale meat restaurant in Minami-Boso.




Japanese Embassy Berlin. Buying a new car, Mercedes or Lexus?

"We serve whale meat dishes with pride, to pass on Japanese food culture to the next generation. I'm worried the halt [of whaling] will prevent us from passing on this part of our culture," said Yachiyo Ichihara, 61, who runs a whale meat restaurant in Minami-Boso.



Japanese Embassy Bratislava, you're true colours come shining through. Buying a new car, Skoda or Honda?

"We serve whale meat dishes with pride, to pass on Japanese food culture to the next generation. I'm worried the halt [of whaling] will prevent us from passing on this part of our culture," said Yachiyo Ichihara, 61, who runs a whale meat restaurant in Minami-Boso.




Rivers of whale blood Japanese Embassy Oslo. Buying a new car, Ford or Holden?

"We serve whale meat dishes with pride, to pass on Japanese food culture to the next generation. I'm worried the halt [of whaling] will prevent us from passing on this part of our culture," said Yachiyo Ichihara, 61, who runs a whale meat restaurant in Minami-Boso.





Dinner on the road Japanese Embassy Kuala Lumpur. Buying a new car, Holden or Honda?

"We serve whale meat dishes with pride, to pass on Japanese food culture to the next generation. I'm worried the halt [of whaling] will prevent us from passing on this part of our culture," said Yachiyo Ichihara, 61, who runs a whale meat restaurant in Minami-Boso.


Japanese cars run on Dolphin blood.

"We serve whale meat dishes with pride, to pass on Japanese food culture to the next generation. I'm worried the halt [of whaling] will prevent us from passing on this part of our culture," said Yachiyo Ichihara, 61, who runs a whale meat restaurant in Minami-Boso.



Why these clips? Well they are short for starters, and perhaps it's their link to when I was first starting to get an awareness about me. That post, like others, only recently imported to Teddy's young blog.

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