So I received a CD from Japan today (Switch Remix by Schaft with the super limited transparencies ) and for protection the CD had two pieces of cardboard attached to the front and back of the CD. WHen I put the two together, this came out:
Does anyone know what this is for?
!beast (Jan 10, 2010)
Of course it was used to protect the CD, but I'm just curious if anyone knows what it's from, like what product it was a part of.
I was thinking food as well, but the fact that there's a family standing there made me think family products(?).
The product does not seem familiar but if it has its own cardboard boxes it's probably not a very small brand.
I think it maybe a snack box, chips or crackers, but I'm not sure
"If you do not believe in yourself, hardwork is useless"
"Might Gai" from "Naruto"
Well yeah, it's definitely food.
that's interesting.... isn't there anyone around here who can read japanese? lol
tell us if you ever find out!
I don't have the ability to edit the photo you have for us to the point where it's basically monochromatic but... If someone can get the text in the picture to where it's basically only black and white completely they could use this link, KanjiKit.net @ PSP Inc. , to download a software that allows an image of Kanji to be translated.
Something I just randomly stumbled across. I thought that this Thread may appreciate it. I haven't gotten to personally try it out myself. There's some steps I'd assume. Anyway, good luck!
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