Japanese widget Bloglue

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Vote with a clickLet's votingLet's votingLet's votingLet's vote 1st place  Design Your Globe
Design Your Globe
A personal favorite access analysis widget. Customize a globe that shows the location of users accessing your blog or website. Customize the layout, color, and text that appears.
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Vote with a clickLet's votingLet's votingLet's votingLet's vote 2nd place  Sunglasses for your blog
Sunglasses for your blog
Why don't you watch your blog with rose colored glasses? Easy to use and adjust. Only works with Internet Explorer.
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Vote with a clickLet's votingLet's votingLet's votingLet's vote 3rd place  Shinkansen (Bullet Train) Widget
Shinkansen (Bullet Train) Widget
This is a widget for train lovers. Just watch the little guy speed along on your blog. Code is easy to spot on the widget's web page.
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Vote with a clickLet's votingLet's votingLet's votingLet's vote 4th place  Emonyu Widgets
Emonyu Widgets
registered date2009-02-03 13:21:52
Put a little widget on your website that displays a message and shows how you feel in an animated way. Registration is necessary and all is in Japanese, but with very minimal Japanese, can get through it. If interested in this service, but can't read Japanese, drop us a message/comment and we'll help you out.
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Vote with a clickLet's votingLet's votingLet's votingLet's vote 5th place  Dog Picture Encyclopedia
Dog Picture Encyclopedia
For dog lovers and those learning Japanese. Images of different types of dogs are displayed along with the breed's name and explanation. The Japanese is geared towards children, so appropriate for beginning learners. The code is on the bottom of the widget's web page.
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Vote with a clickLet's votingLet's votingLet's votingLet's vote 6th place  Dancing hearts
Dancing hearts
Watch hearts dance and float gracefully down your page. I appreciate the hand made nature of the hearts. Code is simple to spot and use.
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Vote with a clickLet's votingLet's votingLet's votingLet's vote 7th place  Handsome Suit Animated Widget
Handsome Suit Animated Widget
Here is a perfect example of how nutty Japanese widgets can be. And all just to promote a movie. A little animated white critter (ghost?) pops out from behind the widget and tells you to click on it. Click! He'll then run around and you are supposed to catch him by clicking on him and dragging him over to the top of the widget. Then you'll see some different images of beautiful women and roses. And the picture also changes to a 'handsome' star. All in all, it's just fun playing with the little critter. The code is towards the bottom of the widget's web page. Enjoy!
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Vote with a clickLet's votingLet's votingLet's votingLet's vote 8th place  Dancing Monkey
Dancing Monkey
I guess if you like dancing monkeys, this might be of interest to you...Press the button for more frantic dancing. Code is easy to spot in middle of widget's webpage,along with other widgets that you might like.
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Vote with a clickLet's votingLet's votingLet's votingLet's vote 9th place  Small Animal Picture Encyclopedia
Small Animal Picture Encyclopedia
If you are into small, cute animals or are learning basic Japanese, this is a great widget for you. The language is aimed towards children, so appropriate for beginner learners. Code is on bottom of widget's webpage.
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Vote with a clickLet's votingLet's votingLet's votingLet's vote 10th place  Blog Sidebar
Blog Sidebar
Blog Sidebar is an incredibly practical widget for blogs when you want to add extra content in your sidebar, but it is too full. The instructions are mostly in Japanese, but don't let that stop you from using it! Setup is simple. Background: choose the sidebar's background color. Textcolor: no explanation needed. Slidespeed: sliding speed of sidebar. From top to bottom, slow to fast. Tabtitle: name and add tabs. Tabcontents: paste the code for the widget/content that you want to add to the tab. After entering this information, click the button on the very bottom of the page. This will reset the code of this widget. Finally, copy the code you see and paste it to your blog or homepage. Don't forget to press that bottom button first!
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