Japanese Girl’s Love Beaver

Posted on September 13, 2007

Japan, known for holding the record on the World’s Largest Orgy, is one of the most sexually aware countries around. So it was of little surprise when we learned that the newest hip shop, that all the girls love in Shibuya, Tokyo, was named “Beaver”

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Thats right… Japanese girls love Beaver. So the next time your in Shibuya, check out Japan’s Beaver and don’t be surprised by the customary greeting of “Irashaimase” as it only means “Welcome to our Beaver!”

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Japanese Girls Love Beaver picture

Aki Nakimura

Aki Nakimura, from Tachikawa, Japan, spends much of his time in Tokyo working for a small book shop in Shinjiku. It could be his interest in news or his lack of work ethic but he spends a lot of time reading various newspapers and magazines at work. He is nice enough to share and publish articles that he finds weird enough to pass on.
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M Melle
M Melle

I just went to this store and it has awesome stuff...I didn't notate any wierdness because of the name! It's a bohemian, earthy type store so i figured that's why they called it Beaver?

jimludwig
jimludwig

For a take on the subject of Japanese girls and the dual meanings of "beaver" and (corresponding humor and embarassment), see the new post at site about my Japanese wife: www.norikostale.wordpress.com Jim

turdnhalve
turdnhalve

Whats next camel toe...fish taco...roast beef sandwhich

John
John

And they are building a men's store nearby call "Wally"...

kryss
kryss

"irasshaimase" is what the staff say, "irasshaimasen" is negative.

Trish
Trish

I have only one comment. *snerk* Thats funny!

PapiGiulio
PapiGiulio

greeting of “Irashaimasen” as it only means “Welcome to our Beaver!” Actually it only means welcome, they say it everywhere. Not particularly in 'Beaver'-shop!! wonder if they have soom nice clothings there.

Tourex
Tourex

Perhaps they do mean "beaver",as in the animal,and not the slang, that some depraved morons are thinking!

Allen
Allen

i don't think that's what "beavers" mean.... (O_O)

Casual Adventurer
Casual Adventurer

Doesn't everyone love beavers? They are so cute, with those big tails and teeth.... and those amazing dams that they build......

jonholmes
jonholmes

yeah, this is the correct meaning of beavers. Japanese can also be cute, and are always building stuff. But I wonder about the comment "most aware" as some J-beavers, perhaps many, are unclipped and contributing to the reforestation project, au natural! PH balance can also be an issue with some, questioning the awareness mentioned.