Whether on Twitter or Facebook, of all the things that pass through our social feeds, perhaps nothing gets more attention than photos. But of course really fun photos can be rare or hard to find. But in Japan there is a web service called Twicolle.com that lets you to discover popular photos from Twitter in a snap.
According to a survey conducted by ICT, Twitter is still very popular among the many communication services available in Japan. It ranked third following Line and Facebook as the most frequently used communication services. Twitter also nabbed first place for customer satisfaction among major social networks.
Let’s take a quick look to see what Japanese netizens are finding most interesting on Twitter right now.
— げんそ (@hisakura_genso) June 20, 2013
A chalk drawing on a blackboard.
— 太郎○ (@tarou7017) June 13, 2013
The truth about My Melody, the popular Sanrio character.
— ぷにんぷ_さな (@puninpu) June 22, 2013
A digest manga of a popular NHK TV show.
6000-year-old skeleton couple found in Iran.
— 歌広場 淳 (@junjunmjgirly) June 23, 2013
Strawberry-flavored ramen noodles found in Aomori prefecture.
Dog: “I was taking a nap and it started raining.”
— 非リア充あるある (@hi_riaju_) May 31, 2013
What if there was an “I don’t give a shit” button on Twitter?
A truck in a little trouble.
— よっ！ポジなか (@ftjhsmj) May 17, 2013
How many squares can you find? If you can find more than 40, you belong at an Apple job interview.
抹茶アイスの蓋を開けたら… くっそwwwwww 吹いたww pic.twitter.com/RgEG4DFTA2
— Kissy (@Kissy0722) June 23, 2013
I opened some maccha ice cream and I found— LoL.