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Context isn’t helpful, except to know this is the least bizarre part of the episode. Alongside Lupin dressing in very bad drag and being crucified, then trapped in a knockoff of The Birds (from “Musical Variation of Monkey Business”).

This episode is almost indescribably crazy—-even by pink jacket standards—-and then there’s this gem at the end. Gotta love the underwear line on Pops even though he’s completely naked.

rainbowjacket:

Context isn’t helpful, except to know this is the least bizarre part of the episode. Alongside Lupin dressing in very bad drag and being crucified, then trapped in a knockoff of The Birds (from “Musical Variation of Monkey Business”).

This episode is almost indescribably crazy—-even by pink jacket standards—-and then there’s this gem at the end. Gotta love the underwear line on Pops even though he’s completely naked.

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Eat like a Lupin with this Castle of Cagliostro themed menu at Akibaichi!

Japanese restaurant Akibaichi will be incorporating some classic Castle of Cagliostro themed dishes into its menu later this year. Now that’s fine dining!

Hayao Miyazaki’s 1979 feature film has a famous scene with Lupin and Jigen eating in a local restaurant. While enjoying their meal, the two discuss the secret between the two house rings of Cagliostro. The spaghetti and meatball dish to be served at Akibaichi will mimic the duo’s food from this iconic scene and it looks absolutely delicious.

Sad to say it, but hamburgers aren’t listed on the new menu. Sorry, pops.

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Jigen, Goemon and Fujiko feature in Japanese ice sculpture exhibition!
Is it just me, or are Fujiko’s bazookas even bigger than usual? And what’s up with Jigen, he seems to have misplaced his lower half…

The 65th annual Sapporo Snow Festival recently went underway in Hokkaido, Japan. As in the past, there is a “Snow Miku”, featuring the character Hatsune Miku. There’s also a “Miku Dayoo” (“It’s Miku”) snow sculpture, which is just as freaky cute as one could hope.
Realise that local Sapporo residents created some of the smaller snow sculptures of various manga, anime and video game sculptures. Impressive!

Thanks to the swell DapperSharp for the tip!
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lupincentral:

Jigen, Goemon and Fujiko feature in Japanese ice sculpture exhibition!

Is it just me, or are Fujiko’s bazookas even bigger than usual? And what’s up with Jigen, he seems to have misplaced his lower half…

The 65th annual Sapporo Snow Festival recently went underway in Hokkaido, Japan. As in the past, there is a “Snow Miku”, featuring the character Hatsune Miku. There’s also a “Miku Dayoo” (“It’s Miku”) snow sculpture, which is just as freaky cute as one could hope.

Realise that local Sapporo residents created some of the smaller snow sculptures of various manga, anime and video game sculptures. Impressive!

Thanks to the swell DapperSharp for the tip!

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