May 3, 2016

Japanese Culture Exhibits at Brooklyn Museum

RPGhero here! So they had all these cool Japan-esque things on exhibit at the Brooklyn Museum so I decided to picture them here so you could all see! And don't worry, feel free to explore NY for more Japanese-American attractions, such as Japan day which is less than a few weeks away.

Some kind of Samurai Katana radio that they made in Japan, hence the Japanese writing.

An old school Japanese tape recorder, circa 1980/1990's

An arcade prop they had to bring on the nostalgia of the arcade days of the 90's


Looks like the President's bar cabinet, not really Japanese or anime, right?

And a close up of the drinks...

Remember those Ronald McDonald videos from Japan??

Japan culture knacks :o



Looks like a cool picture book of Edo, but it's actually a coloring book, a very complicated one...

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