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In recent weeks a number of decidedly odd postcards have appeared on Twitter (and elsewhere), apparently sent to our friends from Japan by a couple of random people (if you have seen these people or know anything about their decidedly odd activities, please get in contact with me) [edit] [I may award a decidedly odd prize].

For the purpose of working out what it’s all about, I’ve collected those that have surfaced here to be contemplated in harmony.

お楽しみに! (Enjoy!)



This card is of particular interest – it was received by Tom and caused a great deal of confusion because it is not actually written in Japanese or Chinese. It’s a puzzle. And it’s pointlessly hard. For those short on time, Tom’s excellent solution can be found here.

Thanks to everyone who uploaded postcards! There’s still a few out there I think, so if you have one please let me know!

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Paris | March 15, 2010 at 11:31 am


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