Top 5 Weekly Japanese Trends: Saturday Post To Be Abolished?

Oct 16, 2020


Today’s Top Japanese Trends!

Would you like to know top Japanese trends this week? If so read on to find out more about what interests people in Japan.

Try Mcdonald’s Triangle Chocolate Pie! Largest Amount of Chocolate Cream in History.

McDonald’s Japan will be selling the Triangle Chocolate Pie Black/White for a limited time starting October 14. Both pies have 10% more chocolate cream, making them the pies with the largest amount of chocolate cream in McDonald’s history.

The Triangular Chocolate Pie Black is filled with delicious sweet chocolate cream and ground almonds. The White Pie, which has been released after a two year break, is filled with vanilla essence flavour white cream filling and ground almonds.

The Triangular Chocolate Pie Black will be available until the beginning of January 2021 for 130 yen including tax, and the White will be available until the beginning of November for 150 yen including tax. To coincide with the launch,McDonald’s premium roasted coffee (medium size) will be offered for 100 yen including tax, a discount of 50 yen compared to the regular price. The offer will run from October 14 to 27.

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Ibaraki Prefecture, the 42nd Most Attractive Prefecture in Japan.

This year’s results of a survey conducted by a private research company to rank the attractiveness of prefectures have been released, and Ibaraki Prefecture, has emerged from the bottom of the list to come in at 42nd place. It had originally been at the bottom of the list for seven years in a row. The survey ranks 84 points including the prefecture’s attractiveness, recognition, and local image.

About 30,000 men and women in their 20s to 70s responded to the survey, and as a result, Ibaraki Prefecture has risen five places to 42nd place in the country’s rankings, up five places from last year’s lowest point.

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“Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba”, Screening at TOHO Cinema Abnormal in Number

Ticket sales started on the 13th October for “Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba”, which will screen at cinemas from today, 16th October. Each theater has a large number of screenings per day, with TOHO Cinemas Shinjuku (Tokyo) having 42 screenings on the first day of the film’s release (Friday, 16th) and 41 screenings on the 17th (Saturday, 17th).

The film will be shown on 11 of the 12 screens at TOHO Cinemas Shinjuku on the 16th. And after that will be screened every few hours on all but a few screens.

At TOHO Cinemas Ikebukuro the movie will be screened 32 times on the 16th and 31 times on the 17th. The internet responded to this high number of screenings by saying “This schedule is awful”, “This is a film that has become a social phenomenon…”, “This is the first time I’ve seen this many screenings”, and more!

The film version begins with the final episode of the TV anime which was was broadcasted from April to September last year.

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Bill to Be Submitted to Extraordinary Session of Parliament This Month to Abolish Saturday Mail Delivery

The Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications (MIC) has decided to submit an amendment to the law needed to abolish Saturday mail delivery to a special session of the Diet scheduled to be convened this month. The MIC are planning to abolish Saturday deliveries of regular mail, except for express delivery and Yu-pack, in order to provide stable postal services.

However, the Ministry have not yet submitted a bill to the Diet to amend the law, citing the need to focus on dealing instead with customers who were disadvantaged by Japan Post’s improper sales of insurance products.

The Japan Post Group has been apologizing to the public and has put together a list of measures to prevent a reoccurrence, including reviewing the rules for selling insurance products, in preparation for the resumption of operations.

The Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications has decided to proceed with procedures to abolish Saturday deliveries in light of a series of initiatives to improve operations.

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Seven Eleven’s Really Cute “Toy Story” Cake.

Seven-Eleven stores have started selling cakes featuring the popular characters, Alien and Ham, from “Toy Story”.

The Toy Story Alien Vanilla & Chocolate is made with chocolate and vanilla cream with a crunchy chocolate cookie as the base.

Toy Story Alien Melon & Milk combines milk cream and refreshing melon juleps with crunchy soda-flavored cookies.

The Toy Story Ham Strawberry & Cheese is based on Ham and is flavoured with strawberry and cheese cream. The base is a lemon-flavored cookie with just the right amount of tang.

The cakes are 419 yen and are available in selected stores.

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