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Shiba Inu Goes Viral For His Love Of Smiling, Especially After Seeing Food (30 Pics)

Uni is a 9-month-old Shiba Inu living in Tokyo, Japan, and he has a lot to smile about. His owner loves him, there are plenty of toys in their home, and they lead active lives. But can you guess what makes Uni the happiest? Food!

That’s right, the puppy can’t stop smiling whenever there’s something delicious in front of him; even if the smoothie or a bowl of pasta on the table belongs to his human, it looks like the mere sight of food puts the widest grin on the little buddy’s face.

More info: Instagram#1 

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“Uni is beautiful not only because he’s always smiling,” his owner told Bored Panda. “His short little legs have white paws, making him look as if he’s wearing socks!”

Scrolling through Uni’s photos, it becomes clear that he’s pretty chill in most environments. “He is very well behaved, and knows that he needs to be quieter when we go out,” his owner added. “When he’s in public, he’s calm, doesn’t bark, or run around which makes hanging a stress-free and enjoyable experience.”#2 

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When it comes to food, the puppy’s owner said he’s not picky at all; Uni loves everything, especially potato sticks.

However, if you too want to give your dog potatoes, American Kennel Club warns that it should be baked or boiled, with nothing added to it. “Potatoes fried in oil, such as french fries or potato chips, or potatoes with butter or salt added to them are not healthy for dogs. If your canine companion has diabetes, he should not be given potatoes because they can cause blood sugar spikes,” the organization wrote.

Uni, however, clearly can and does enjoy eating them.#3 

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what, you had a cookie here? I didn’t see it.4ReplyView more comments#5 

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I’m not very familiar with Japanese food, and I have no idea what I’m looking at, but all of that looks YUMMY!!!5ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#8 

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smol shiba and big shiba6ReplyView more comments#11 

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was this taken in S. Korea or Japan? Or another country?2ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#17 

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What time is it? Time for cuddles!3Reply#29 

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Justin is a photo editor at Bored Panda. He was fascinated with visual arts and arts in general for as long as he can remember. He was obsessed with playing and making music in his teens. After finishing high school, he took a gap year to work odd jobs and try to figure out what he wanted to do next. Finally, around 2016, he started learning how to use Photoshop and hasn’t stopped since. He started working as a visual advertisement producer in 2017 and worked there for almost two years. In his spare time, he creates graphic collages and even had his first artwork exhibition at “Devilstone”. Read more »

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Jsouv – The First Souvenir For The Modern Traveler

Jsouv is a collection of finely crafted souvenirs of extraordinary architectural landmarks from around the world. Using natural materials, minimalistic design and precision machining, Jsouv was created to experience the simple beauty of each architectural wonder in the palm of your hands.

My passion for travel and background in civil engineering inspired me to create architectural souvenirs with clean lines, durable materials, and a style that could complement the decor of a modern home or office space

The Jsouv collection features 15 landmarks from New York, London, Berlin, Istanbul, Dubai, Tokyo, and more.

Working on each souvenir, we have tried to emphasize the most important features of each structure to make the souvenirs as clean as possible.

To accentuate the beauty of form, we use natural materials with pleasant surfaces. Each figure is made by CNC machining from a solid block of aluminum or brass. Many-axis CNC metal processing is an expensive method, but it allowed us to achieve the highest surface quality and create a unique product in small editions.

Each base is created from natural walnut to contrast its noble dark color and texture and highlight the piece itself and has 2D emblem of the city landmark on it.

The pieces are placed on the base by strong neodymium magnets and can easily be removed whenever you like.

We are live on Indiegogo right now.

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Library In Tokyo Lets You Study In A “Floating” Glass Dome


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University in Tokyo ditches boring meeting rooms for the futuristic “floating” glass classes.

In the Seikei University library, you can do your research in these awesome looking glass dome classes that university still calls student meeting rooms.

From the large glass facade to these sci-fi domes for a more private session, everything has the feeling of open space. The architects also wanted to make this library a social hub for the students, where they would be encouraged to engage each other and to easily spot that snoring guy.

Want to explore the library yourself? Head down here to start your virtual tour.

More info: seikei university (h/t: rocketnews24.com)

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My Husband And I Finally Went To Japan And Here Are 47 Comics Showing Our Adventures

Hey, I’m Nuwbis and I make a webcomic series about my daily life named “NuwComics”. Recently I got married and shared with my new husband the best trip of our life! We both love to travel and we both had a huge dream – going to Japan!

The culture always fascinated me and I always wanted to experience everything up close. Learn more about both traditional and pop culture side of Japan! We are also huge fans of Japanese animation, manga, food, nature and so on!

Finally, it happened! On our Honeymoon, that dream came true! I created this series about our adventures in Japan! From the beginning to the end! Also, this is dedicated to my best friend, and now husband, the most awesome person in the world and the best company to every adventure!

So here is the NuwComics Japan Series from the beginning to the end! Hope to see you again Japan!

More info: Instagram

Let the Adventure Begin

The Dream

Why Japan?

Our first trip to Japan was our Honeymoon!

I got married last year to my best friend and the most awesome person in the world!

I dedicate this series to You!

What to pack for Japan?

You just need Awesome Company and an exciting Itinerary!

The biggest goal is bringing LOTS of great Memories! (then a few special souvenirs and photos)

Hello Tokyo

After a long flight, we finally arrived in Tokyo!

Our Ninja was really helpful throughout the trip! Wi-Fi everywhere!

Amazing Japanese Punctuality

Our First funny situation regarding the amazing punctuality in Japan!

First Hotel Room

The Bathroom

I miss Japanese bathrooms. They’re so clean and comfy! The toilets are amazing!

Scary Situation

Am I the only one who is always scaring myself?

Jet Lag

Jet lag hit us hard! Our minds wanted to do stuff! Our body not so much!

Pokemon Center

We went to a lot of Pokemon Centers! We just love Pokemon.

Pokemon Cafe – The photo

So we should say “chuuuu”?

Pokemon Cafe – Wild Pokemon Appeared

Pokemon Cafe is adorable and we got to meet Pikachuuuuu!!⚡( ꈍᴗꈍ)

Pokemon Cafe – The cute food

The food was super cute and pretty good too!

Japanese Snacks

Oishii is a Japanese expression for something Tasty/Delicious! Couldn’t stop eating it all!

Shibuya Checklist

Shibuya has everything you can imagine! Also Tony Chopper!

Search Hachiko Story! It’s sad but an amazing story! The Hachi Statue is a symbol of devotion and loyalty!

Akihabara World

Akihabara the Pop Culture Dream Land! Anime, videogames, manga and so much more!

Claw Machines

Don’t trust them!

Humidity

Summer in Japan = Humidity! So embrace your puffy hair!

Going to Kyoto

Going to Kyoto! The train was super clean and comfortable!

Sorry Fuji-san

Hope to see you one day!

In Kyoto

One this photo I felt like I was in a spot just like a lot of anime and movies I love!

School Assignment

It was an adorable situation! They were doing a School assignment to practice their English and they were doing great!

Rebellion

When you don’t stop walking for 12 days in a row your feet may rebel!

Up the Shrine

Our favorite place we visited! It is a really amazing journey to walk all the way up, while admiring the great views and nature!

Lucky Foxes

Everything for sushi

The sushi is good

Japanese Pharmacy

I’m that person that always get bitten everywhere. Am I the only one?

Double Bite

Traditional Hotel

It was our favorite place we stayed in! A really unique experience !

A Sweet Surprise

Hey Osaka

I like stamps and stickers ok? Who doesn’t?

Universal Studios

Universal Studios Japan was so much fun! Lots of attractions and some anime-related areas!

Boba Tea

Train Tickets

Last Day in Japan

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This Amazing 2D Cafe In Japan Looks Like It’s Straight Out Of A Comic Book (18 Pics)

The newly-opened “2D Cafe” in Tokyo, Japan is exactly what it sounds like – a cafe where everything appears to be in 2D! As soon as you walk in through the front door, you’ll instantly feel like you’re a comic book character. Neat, huh?

The coffee shop is located in the Shin Okubo district of Tokyo and it’s every Instagrammer’s dream. Everything inside – from the tables and chairs to the curtains and wallpapers – is made to resemble a black and white comic book or a cartoon.

More info: twitter.com | Instagram

Image credits: 2_dcafe

Come in, grab some bubble tea and a piece of pie and enjoy the comic book experience.

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After spending some time inside, you might get confused with what’s real and what’s merely drawn on the wall. So make sure to double-check before trying to walk through the door – it just might be a drawing!

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The “2D Cafe” has all sorts of treats for everyone with a sweet tooth, ranging from bubble teas to patbingsu – a Korean-style shaved ice dessert that comes in a variety of flavors, like strawberry and banana.

See more pictures from this amazing cafe in the gallery below and don’t forget to check out the amazing Yeonnam-dong 239-20 Cafe in Seoul here!

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The World’s Most Incredible Escalators

Also known as stairs that move, today’s escalator seems as revolutionary a concept as vending machines, barely more exciting than coin-operated pay phones. Slowly and diagonally, they move pedestrians up toward destinations with indeterminate reward—like a second-floor Gap. Frequently central pieces of architecture, escalators climb stories with ease, but they’re often eyesores. A handful of designs, however, take the necessary model to the next level. Practical can be pretty, and worthy of a runway—or at the very least, a stunning step up.

 

Photo: Wim Vanmaele

Atomium (Brussels, Belgium)

While nothing can beat the exterior of Brussels’ Atomium—originally constructed for the 1958 World’s Fair, it’s designed like a magnified unit cell of an iron crystal—it’d be silly to overlook the beauty of its parts. Metal tubes connect massive spheres and double as pathways, wherein original escalators make lengthy journeys (one of which, just under 115 feet long, was Europe’s longest escalator at the time).

Photo: Delfino Sisto Legnani and Marco Cappelletti

Fondaco dei Tedeschi (Venice, Italy)

Originally constructed in 1228, Venice’s iconic building Fondaco dei Tedeschi arrived long before the first escalator landed in 1896 (in Coney Island, believe it or not). Commissioned to rework the ancient landmark into a new-age department store, architecture firm OMA articulated a new path through the historic building, dressing the escalator with runway-ready accents: red steps, red trim, and rich wooden paneling.

Photo: Nikolas Koenig

Public (New York City)

Ian Schrager’s shiny new Public hotel in Manhattan’s Lower East Side makes an entrance—no surprise for the hotelier known for cofounding Studio 54. Past the ground floor’s revolving doors, escalators designed by Herzog & de Meuronare encased in metal tubes that shoot toward the second-floor lobby. Inside, mirrored surfaces reflect and repeat the golden-orange lights that are piped along handrails, much to the delight of Instagram.

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