Pareidolia in Japan II

Following this earlier post (with a more in-depth explanation), here’s another installment of Japanese pareidolia. In this case, the seeing of faces in everyday objects.

Although such things exist everywhere, it seems particularly common in Japan that many objects feature more accessible, cute or friendly faces.

(click the images to enlarge)

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~ by JapanGasm on 1 July, 2011.

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