A French clown who has a black teardrop under one eye.
photo booth pictures
The Japanese is プリクラ; purikura, short for "Print Club." You take photos in a booth and get photo stickers.
The Japanese is キャラクターもの; kyarakutaamono - small, cute, character keychains. It may refer to anime character keychains, like those you get from a Gashapon Machine. It can also refer to normal, character keychains (for example, a cute looking cat).
語呂合わせ "goro-awase" literally means "combined words". It is basically a game with words/numbers. For numbers in particular, you can use them to make sentences, which are often rude or shocking. Some examples given in the Japanese Wikipedia article are:
427 = "死にな" = "shinina" = "shininasai" = "die (command)"
37564 = "皆殺し" = "mina-goroshi" = "everyone killed; the murder of everyone" = "mass murder; total annihilation"
So the numbers '37564' can be easily remembered with the phrase 'mass murder'.
Prefectures are akin to states in the US. So prefectural roads are like state highways -- meant for traffic within the prefecture.
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Death and Motive
'Death' (死亡) and 'Motive' (志望) share the same pronunciation (Shibou, しぼう) in Japanese.
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