Kawaii Wrist Cutting

Published on July 15th, 2010.

In Japan, there are ways to do literally everything in the cutest way possible. You probably can’t go more than 10 feet and you’ll see something cute! The video I’m about to share however isn’t actually real, but it wouldn’t surprise me if there were something like this available in some underground suicide shop in Tokyo, haha.

This clip is from the Japanese gore movie “Tokyo Gore Police”, check it out if you have some free time this weekend. Japanese gore movies are pure humor.

Via WTF Japan Seriously

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  • ShiningStar

    These girls are hot, before they kill themself I could find other fun activities we could do. :P

    • http://twitter.com/yonasu yonasu

      Most girls in gore movies tend to be such girls as they tend to have a lot of nudity in them :)

  • ShiningStar

    These girls are hot, before they kill themself I could find other fun activities we could do. :P

    • http://twitter.com/yonasu yonasu

      Most girls in gore movies tend to be such girls as they tend to have a lot of nudity in them :)

  • Flaffer

    I <3 Tokyo Gore Police. I also recommend the Onecheebera series (especially 2) and Machine Girl. No one does campy gore better then Japan; an interesting Western import to Japan from America/Europe co-opted brilliantly.

  • Flaffer

    I <3 Tokyo Gore Police. I also recommend the Onecheebera series (especially 2) and Machine Girl. No one does campy gore better then Japan; an interesting Western import to Japan from America/Europe co-opted brilliantly.

  • http://www.rukinet.com Rukishou

    That’s creepy! xD

  • http://www.rukinet.com Rukishou

    That’s creepy! xD

  • http://nekonekoboom.blogspot.com/ Brad F.

    We bought a copy of Gore Police about a week or so ago. Haven’t watched it yet.

    • http://twitter.com/yonasu yonasu

      Cool! You should watch it asap^^

    • http://nekonekoboom.blogspot.com/ Brad F.

      Ya. Hopefully we’ll get to it soon. The bootleg disc is a compilation and also has Japanese looking movies called Hard Revenge and Hidden Blade on it.

    • http://twitter.com/yonasu yonasu

      You buy bootlegs…? O.o

    • http://nekonekoboom.blogspot.com/ Brad F.

      On occasion, for the novelty of it. More often than not it’s a waste of time and money though. The quality is usually less than crap and sometimes the movie on the disc isn’t what’s printed on the label or on the disc top itself. Though, I did discover a really cool movie called Ichi when I thought I was buying something else. Unfortunately, Ichi only played to about an hour and 10 minutes so I have to find a way to buy a full copy of it.

      Bootlegs are, in short, more trouble than they’re worth. If I had a good internet connection I’d probably think about buying movies through iTunes.

    • http://twitter.com/yonasu yonasu

      There’s novelty in buying bootlegs? :D

      I have a good connection, so when movies aren’t available with legal streaming (online renting), I download them.

    • http://nekonekoboom.blogspot.com/ Brad F.

      Buying bootlegs is something everyone does in the Philippines. I guess you could say it’s part of the ‘experience’. It’s not even done in a back alley either. At around 7 to 8 PM people set up folding tables along main roads in town and display their selection. Each DVD is 30 PHP (4.76 SEK) for single movies, or 50 PHP (7.96 SEK) for a ‘compilation’ disc.

      Most people in the Philippines don’t have Internet or even computers. Quite a few can’t even afford the Internet cafes. So, they obviously can’t afford to pay full price for DVDs, which are roughly 200 to 750 PHP here. The average monthly salary is about 15000 to 18000 PHP.

      Right now I’m using a prepaid USB Internet stick. Once I upgrade to a ‘real’ connection, I’ll go back to my old ways of acquiring movies too.

      Have you ever tried to watch streaming anime on a 512 kb down connection? =(

    • http://twitter.com/yonasu yonasu

      I see, haha. Buying movies here is almost not an option seeing how pricey they are, renting is fine though. Even renting is 6 times as expensive as one of those single-movie bootlegs though, haha.

      And no, I can’t remember the days when I had such a connection :P

  • http://nekonekoboom.blogspot.com/ Brad F.

    We bought a copy of Gore Police about a week or so ago. Haven’t watched it yet.

    • http://twitter.com/yonasu yonasu

      Cool! You should watch it asap^^

    • http://nekonekoboom.blogspot.com/ Brad F.

      Ya. Hopefully we’ll get to it soon. The bootleg disc is a compilation and also has Japanese looking movies called Hard Revenge and Hidden Blade on it.

    • http://twitter.com/yonasu yonasu

      You buy bootlegs…? O.o

    • http://nekonekoboom.blogspot.com/ Brad F.

      On occasion, for the novelty of it. More often than not it’s a waste of time and money though. The quality is usually less than crap and sometimes the movie on the disc isn’t what’s printed on the label or on the disc top itself. Though, I did discover a really cool movie called Ichi when I thought I was buying something else. Unfortunately, Ichi only played to about an hour and 10 minutes so I have to find a way to buy a full copy of it.

      Bootlegs are, in short, more trouble than they’re worth. If I had a good internet connection I’d probably think about buying movies through iTunes.

    • http://twitter.com/yonasu yonasu

      There’s novelty in buying bootlegs? :D

      I have a good connection, so when movies aren’t available with legal streaming (online renting), I download them.

    • http://nekonekoboom.blogspot.com/ Brad F.

      Buying bootlegs is something everyone does in the Philippines. I guess you could say it’s part of the ‘experience’. It’s not even done in a back alley either. At around 7 to 8 PM people set up folding tables along main roads in town and display their selection. Each DVD is 30 PHP (4.76 SEK) for single movies, or 50 PHP (7.96 SEK) for a ‘compilation’ disc.

      Most people in the Philippines don’t have Internet or even computers. Quite a few can’t even afford the Internet cafes. So, they obviously can’t afford to pay full price for DVDs, which are roughly 200 to 750 PHP here. The average monthly salary is about 15000 to 18000 PHP.

      Right now I’m using a prepaid USB Internet stick. Once I upgrade to a ‘real’ connection, I’ll go back to my old ways of acquiring movies too.

      Have you ever tried to watch streaming anime on a 512 kb down connection? =(

    • http://twitter.com/yonasu yonasu

      I see, haha. Buying movies here is almost not an option seeing how pricey they are, renting is fine though. Even renting is 6 times as expensive as one of those single-movie bootlegs though, haha.

      And no, I can’t remember the days when I had such a connection :P

  • http://ranggaw0636.student.ipb.ac.id ranggaw0636

    err wait seriously, why they think when they make this

    • http://twitter.com/yonasu yonasu

      Wrist cutting was a real fad, people who didn’t really feel bad did it too. So it’s really something to make fun of^^

  • http://ranggaw0636.student.ipb.ac.id ranggaw0636

    err wait seriously, why they think when they make this

    • http://twitter.com/yonasu yonasu

      Wrist cutting was a real fad, people who didn’t really feel bad did it too. So it’s really something to make fun of^^

  • http://chairila06.student.ipb.ac.id chai

    japan always make something strange.. a tool for suicede to be advertised -_-’

    • http://twitter.com/yonasu yonasu

      Haha yeah… If you want to die, why not do it with style? :P

  • http://chairila06.student.ipb.ac.id chai

    japan always make something strange.. a tool for suicede to be advertised -_-’

    • http://twitter.com/yonasu yonasu

      Haha yeah… If you want to die, why not do it with style? :P

  • http://ramesbmx.overblog.com Rames

    lool, wtf ?? !
    This clip is amazing ahah
    I want to see the movie now ! :D

    • http://twitter.com/yonasu yonasu

      Yeah :P Lemme know what you thought of it when you’ve watched it!

  • http://ramesbmx.overblog.com Rames

    lool, wtf ?? !
    This clip is amazing ahah
    I want to see the movie now ! :D

    • http://twitter.com/yonasu yonasu

      Yeah :P Lemme know what you thought of it when you’ve watched it!