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12th Feb '16 4:14:50 AM DeepRed
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* The music video for PhilCollins' "Take Me Home" features various cuts of Tokyo's urban and provincial scenery.
13th Aug '15 9:09:02 PM gallium
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Though the avant-garde rock band Pere Ubu has a song with the same name, the term "Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo" actually refers to the 1944 film of the same name.

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Though the avant-garde rock band Pere Ubu has a song with the same name, the term "Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo" actually refers to the 1944 [[Film/ThirtySecondsOverTokyo film of the same name.name]]. That film, a history of the Doolittle Raid, does not actually feature this trope.
17th May '15 3:34:44 AM Mdumas43073
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Though the avantgarde rock band Pere Ubu has a song with the same name the term "Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo" actually refers to the 1944 film of the same name).

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Though the avantgarde avant-garde rock band Pere Ubu has a song with the same name name, the term "Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo" actually refers to the 1944 film of the same name).name.
30th Nov '14 3:23:48 AM DaddyMulk
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* Italian-produced adventure game ''VideoGame/NipponSafesInc'' is set in a fictional Japanese city that sums up almost every stereotype of Japan in the early Nineties and not only these. Karaoke, pachinko, tea ceremonies, sumo, Yakuza bosses in hot baths, advanced technologies, [[BreadEggsMilkSquick suicides]], you name it.
6th Apr '14 12:12:30 AM Patachou
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Not to be confused with Pere Ubu's song of the same name. They could be the TropeNamer, though (another possibility is the 1944 movie of the same name).

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Not to be confused Though the avantgarde rock band Pere Ubu has a song with Pere Ubu's song of the same name. They could be name the TropeNamer, though (another possibility is term "Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo" actually refers to the 1944 movie film of the same name).
6th Mar '14 7:07:54 PM Quag15
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Not to be confused with Pere Ubu's song of the same name. They could be the TropeNamer, though.

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Not to be confused with Pere Ubu's song of the same name. They could be the TropeNamer, though.though (another possibility is the 1944 movie of the same name).
3rd Sep '13 1:27:50 PM Korodzik
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Oh, and by the way- Aaaaauuugghh! It's [[Franchise/{{Godzilla}} GOJIRA!!!!]][[hottip:*:[[AustinPowers Actually, due to international copyright laws, it's not.]]

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Oh, and by the way- Aaaaauuugghh! It's [[Franchise/{{Godzilla}} GOJIRA!!!!]][[hottip:*:[[AustinPowers GOJIRA!!!!]][[note]][[AustinPowers Actually, due to international copyright laws, it's not.]]
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17th Aug '13 8:21:17 AM MarqFJA
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Japan in modern Hollywood is a mix of old and modern. All Japanese are [[JapanesePoliteness polite]], [[AsianAndNerdy superintelligent]], [[GadgeteerGenius great at technology]], and [[{{Salaryman}} salarymen]]. They love ''sake'' [[note]]general Japanese word for "alcoholic beverage"; in a more specific sense, it refers to a type that is brewed by frementing rice, making more like beer than wine.[[/note]], sleep in apartments the size of shoeboxes, and make fantastic electronics. They also know [[EverybodyWasKungFuFighting martial arts.]]

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Japan in modern Hollywood is a mix of old and modern. All Japanese are [[JapanesePoliteness polite]], [[AsianAndNerdy superintelligent]], [[GadgeteerGenius great at technology]], and [[{{Salaryman}} salarymen]]. They love ''sake'' [[note]]general Japanese word for "alcoholic beverage"; in a more specific sense, it refers to a type that is brewed by frementing rice, making rice in a manner that makes it more like beer than wine.[[/note]], sleep in apartments the size of shoeboxes, and make fantastic electronics. They also know [[EverybodyWasKungFuFighting martial arts.]]
17th Aug '13 8:20:44 AM MarqFJA
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Japan in modern Hollywood is a mix of old and modern. All Japanese are [[JapanesePoliteness polite]], [[AsianAndNerdy superintelligent]], [[GadgeteerGenius great at technology]], and [[{{Salaryman}} salarymen]]. They love sake, sleep in apartments the size of shoeboxes, and make fantastic electronics. They also know [[EverybodyWasKungFuFighting martial arts.]]

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Japan in modern Hollywood is a mix of old and modern. All Japanese are [[JapanesePoliteness polite]], [[AsianAndNerdy superintelligent]], [[GadgeteerGenius great at technology]], and [[{{Salaryman}} salarymen]]. They love sake, ''sake'' [[note]]general Japanese word for "alcoholic beverage"; in a more specific sense, it refers to a type that is brewed by frementing rice, making more like beer than wine.[[/note]], sleep in apartments the size of shoeboxes, and make fantastic electronics. They also know [[EverybodyWasKungFuFighting martial arts.]]



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9th Aug '13 10:05:13 AM MyFinalEdits
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* The spoof show ''Banzai'' that ran for several series on British TV (and which was taken off American TV when Japanese-American pressure groups labelled it "racist") was a parody of Japanese television game shows, and on the perceived Japanese tendency to bet on anything, however absurd.
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* The spoof show ''Banzai'' that ran for several series on British TV (and which was taken off American TV when Japanese-American pressure groups labelled it "racist") was a parody of Japanese television game shows, and on the perceived Japanese tendency to bet on anything, however absurd.
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