Anime Posters Will Taunt You at This Japanese Arcade

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An arcade at a shopping center in Kobe, Japan is covered with anime posters ready to make fun of you. So mean. And yet, so wonderful.

Japanese writer and columnist Tomoki Yoshimura snapped photos of the posters and uploaded them to his Twitter account.

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The arcade is called Metro Playland Zoo, and the posters feature anime-type characters saying things like...

[Photo: tomokiy]

"Oh yeah? At 45 years old, you're a permanent part-timer..."

"........"

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[Photo: tomokiy]

"Even if you vanished, your company would keep going, and the world would keep turning."

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[Photo: MetroKobe]

"You can talk crap about your company until you're downsized!"

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"Hey buddy, you lost all your money? Well, I'll tell you the magic words. Get. A. Job. <3"

[Photo: tomokiy]

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[Photo: tomokiy]

"I know. The only person following you on Twitter is your mother."

Yoshimura's Twitter account is filled with more photos of these interesting arcade posters as well as other intriguing pics. Have a look in the line below!

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吉村智樹 [Twitter]

メトロこうべ渾身アート探訪その3! [Metro Kobe@Facebook via IT Media]

Top photo: MetroKobe

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