People are always telling me I work really un-Japanese hours
To emphasis the point of un-Japaneseness the girl in this ad on a Nagoya subway is wearing a blond wig and a false nose.
It's been a while since I've seen the false nose used in advertising...though buying a gaijin set of false nose and accessories is not a problem. They are lots of fun at parties and Halloween and available on Rakuten.
To emphasise "nose" (hana) there is probably a play on words with hanareshita (離れした) and dana (だな) in the copy. Cool!
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Wednesday, December 19, 2007