Japanese Young Peeps!
I’m the blogger who brings you the least valuable information in the world, Nam-chan!
There are a lot of questions about what the youths in Asia are doing. As a 100% Osaka-born Japanese, I’m going to take you up close and personal with what the youth are doing! It’s going to be naked truth through an authentic Japanese style!
Japan is well-known for its beauty, as the four seasons portrays different scenery, food culture, art and Japanese tastes. And yet there is just that one flaw with the four seasons: Summer.
Summer eats into the life force of people… is what is said when we lose water content in our bodies. What a threat. We will one day evolve to become Dried “Homo Sapiens”. It’s a threat.
Especially for the younger people who leave their hometowns to work in the city, when they return from work or school, they will definitely “do somethings”. It’s almost common sensical, so let’s get down to it!
After struggling to reach home, the “Youn-Pe” (short for “Young Japanese People”) face a steam bath as soon as they reach the front door.
The homes that the Youn-Pe has filled with their favourite furniture seem to lose its colour, starts to reek and turn moldy, fungus starts growing out of and rotting the furniture. The stylish furniture that came from IKEA and LOFT are now a scene of the graveyard that steals the life force out of the Youn-Pe.
Then, we switch the air-con on.
The aircon represents “The Nightingale” among the young people.
It is what gives the Graveyard a holy breathe of revival at used to be our homes.
Next, is “the Disclosing of Clothing”.
It’s the act of joyful release, indicating it to be a fruitful day after reviving our homes.
Every piece of clothing comes off. That is without a shred of ego. Rather than an expression of stripping, it is the idea that we CAN strip. Even as intelligent creatures walking on two feet, logic fails and the culture of covering our shame is overturned. It might very well be the end of fashion in the world by the Japanese young people.
The process we strip becomes faster as we grow older. For the Japanese, this comes from high-level fortitude as a result of training, and cannot be mimicked by people from other countries. Crossing the 30 years old mark, there will be paths of hurricanes formed by the stripped clothes. The image of the YoungPe who are the causes of these hurricanes is the very same image used in the Japanese action animes transformation scenes.
To better illustrate how hot Japan is, which countries near the equator may find hard to comprehend, it reaches temperatures of 30, 40 degrees. So hot that the Japanese calls it crazy in general.
That’s it for today.
Look out for the next post, “The rapid changing of the Japanese Culture of Love”!
Note: This is a work of fiction. It is written in view of the strange preferences of the writer, so the truth may vary.