Saturday, June 9, 2012

Japanese mirrors and Bluefin Tuna

Japanese mirrors and Bluefin Tuna

Many roads and streets throughout Japan are narrow.  At the same time to safe on valuable land space buildings are placed very close to the roads.  This creates blind intersections and potential road hazards and subsequent accidents.  As a remedy in Japan large convex mirrors are placed at narrow intersections allowing the motorist about to drive through an intersection or turn to see what may be approaching.

Many small vans have mirrors mounted on the back as backup mirrors enhancing the drivers visibility when backing up.        

Later in the video enjoyed Bluefin tuna at a sushi bar in Tokyo, Japan, hopefully to the delight of the Sea Shepherd crowd. 

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