January In Japan

In case you’re feeling the need to get out of town in winter’s darkest hour (and we can’t say we blame you), this video may make you consider hopping a flight to Tokyo.

10 Terrifyingly Beautiful Storm Satellite Images

Storm Satellite Images Moving

Source: NOLA

Although hurricane season usually peaks around mid-September, more than a handful of monstrous hurricanes, storms and cyclones have formed during October 2014. Bringing with them torrential rain and swift winds, the storms have touched almost every corner of the world. Check out these 10 terrifyingly beautiful storm satellite images that prove that Mother Nature is not a force to be reckoned with.

Super Typhoon Vongfong

Super Typhoon Vongfong from Space

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The Ghosts Of Fukushima In Namie, Japan

Namie Japan Ghost Town

Nearly swallowed whole by a major earthquake, tsunami, and nuclear radiation, the town of Namie is struggling to survive. Three years later, Namie remains within the clutches of natural disaster–and likely will for the foreseeable future. The town’s 20,000-plus residents are still evacuated due to persistently high radiation levels, and it is likely that even when they do recede those forced to leave will remain negatively affected by the slew of disasters for the rest of their lives.

Inside Tokyo’s Robot Restaurant

If you’re looking for a calm, quiet and intimate dining destination, you’d best avoid the Robot Restaurant. Pending your persuasion, the club’s overall aesthetic is “Acid Trip Gone Great” or “Acid Trip Gone Horribly Wrong”. Robots run the trippy cabaret, and revelers can watch in awe–or, again, horror–as they dance, box and bang on some massive drums.

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