Do people in Tokyo really find value in this?
I think the people gathered there are the ones who came to the city from the provinces
But it's just a poster ww
If it was me, I'd lean against that wall and pretend to be on the phone with someone for a long time wwwwwwww
LOL, it's exactly like those train enthusiasts
I hope they print this on the body of the trains so these Jani-wotas could battle it out with the train enthusiasts
The train enthusiasts can push around the station personnel but they're weak against real-life women so they'll be no match
But if you look closely, there are men in there too
- ジャニーズのおっかけってマナーに厳しかったはずなんだけど、今は違うの？ゆとりだかI always thought that these Johnny's groupies were strict with their manners, isn't that the case these days? Is it because they're from the yutori era?
The quality of Arashi's fans have already gone down since a while back
I passed by this poster at the beginning when it first came up but the amount of people and the lines were really out of this world LOL
I also got the feeling that these fans were "planted" there LOL
I'm actually more surprised at the fact that Arashi is still popular these days. They're already a group of oldies, right?
They actually sort of replaced SMAP when they were already in their late 20s
This is what you call being truly popular.
It's different from mobilizing the grannies to meet the fans at the airport.
Eh? You don't think that these fans are mobilized as well?
Super disgusting wwwww
These women really must have a lot of time on their hands LOL
They're getting in the way when you just want to walk by
Seriously crazy people
Fuji TV, huh
They seem like students, must be just some sort of joke or meme.
It's true that you won't pass by in front of people who take souvenir shots, but doing things like this in a passageway as a group ain't good. Don't you guys know that this isn't different from those train maniacs you bashed so much?
These are mostly women.
The number of female fans seem to have increased for the female idols, but I don't think there are a lot of male Johnny's fans.
You also see a lot of these people in the anime advertisements aimed for the Fujoshi
Go draw nose hair on them
What will happen to Japan then if ever one member of Arashi passes away?
They'll make it seem like that member never existed
Train-wotas and Jani-wotas, stop being nuisances to the common people! Be like the Anime-wotas who just jerk off at home and don't cause any trouble to anyone else!
I was actually expecting some sort of special gimmick to this.
When they had the Black Thunder poster there previously, there were even a lot of people there since they gave away free chocolates.
I never realized that Arashi really were popular. I always thought that the so-called popularity of these celebrities was fabricated.
You guys on these boards are calling the Jani-ota women gross, but you guys are worse.
Here's the picture I took at the Tokyo Motor Show 2 years ago
But that's what you're really supposed to do at events like that.
People just need to know the right and the wrong depending on the TPO (Time, Place, Occasion).
What would happen if I sing Arashi's songs and danced in front of that poster? Will I also become like Arashi?
That's so scary.
If that was me, I'd think that "oh, there's space there" and just pass through that space without thinking of anything.
So they're gonna kill me if I do that?
Come to think of it, it seems that Arashi is the last group where everyone knows the name of each member, and these guys are already 30. It started with Shibugaki, then Hikaru Genji, Shonentai, SMAP, Tokio... Even if you weren't a fan, you'd know the name of each member of these groups. They just came out one after another, but the momentum probably died down along with the aging of that one-man-homo president of theirs.
If it was the 2channel of old, people would probably have conducted offline meetings (EB) in front of this poster
This is the East Gate, I don't see any problem with it.
Even the otas gathered here when a Precure poster was posted there.
So that means these people have the same ethical standards as the Kimo-wotas
It's already like their religion
I can't understand it.
Why take pictures of a poster?
I'd understand it if the real things were there, but why do this to something like this?
So that means if I intentionally take this opportunity, I'd immediately become popular in Japan LOL Don't you think that this is an amazing opportunity for us...