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(Japan Today)   Hokkaido deer hair from discarded hides to be saved, woven into tight-fittin' jeans. "Oikawa already had experience of producing jeans from fiber made of crushed swordfish snouts"   (japantoday.com) divider line
    More: Spiffy, Prefectures of Japan, Japan, Hunting, Deer, hair of deer, Honshū, Red Deer, Sika Deer  
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354 clicks; posted to Business » on 20 Oct 2021 at 11:37 PM (5 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook



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2021-10-20 11:49:22 PM  
No pictures?
 
2021-10-21 12:08:07 AM  
Oh I'd thumper
 
2021-10-21 1:16:54 AM  
You know what, a hair shirt just isn't mortifying enough.  Let's make some skin-tight hair pants!
 
2021-10-21 4:42:04 AM  
Deer-knuckle it is then.
 
2021-10-21 6:43:05 AM  
"...600,000 deer were captured or killed that year, the ministry said. The carcasses of a small proportion -- some 80,000 -- were used for game meat, but the hides were thrown away."

WTF
 
2021-10-21 8:32:15 AM  

dryknife: "...600,000 deer were captured or killed that year, the ministry said. The carcasses of a small proportion -- some 80,000 -- were used for game meat, but the hides were thrown away."

WTF


This ^^.  The culture that will eat anything, and I mean anything, they can scrape out of the sea, and who massage cows and shiate, can't come up with a way to make these deer a delicacy of some sort ?
 
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