Home > Japan > U.S. > September 30, 2014 Japan, U.S. A Bonsai Tree planted in1626 survived the atomic bomb at Hiroshima and now resides in a U.S. Museum. Share this:FacebookTwitterGoogle Tags:Bonsai Tree, Hiroshima, History, U.S. Related Posts There is a basketball court on the top floor of the U.S. Supreme Court Building. It’s known as the “highest court in the land.” In 2002, Kenyan Masai tribe people donated 14 cows to to the U.S. to help with the aftermath of 9/11. Japanese manufacturers have released a bra that contains built-in ice packs so women can stay cool in summers. A cat named Tama is a manager at a railway station in Japan, a job which pays her in cat food. The US Army during WWII developed a grenade the same size and shape as a baseball, to make it more effective for the soldiers who had grown up playing baseball. A New Jersey Forest Fire Service fire warden can summon any person aged 18 to 50 to assist in putting out wildfires—and it’s against the law to refuse. A Japanese illustrator had his genitals removed, cooked them and sold them for $1250. Fat Man was the code name for the atomic bomb that was detonated over Nagasaki. Japanese fans at the world cup match between Japan and Greece cleaned up all the litter in the stadium after the game. Hawaii is moving towards Japan at a rate of 4 inches per year.