¥500 Turtle-Shaped Optical Mouse is Totally Worth ¥500!
Logicool Launching Updated G300 Series 9-Button Programmable Gaming Mouse
The mobile internet was born 16 Years Ago in Tokyo with Docomo's i-Mode
Editor
- February 26, 2015
¥500 Turtle-Shaped Optical Mouse is Totally Worth ¥500!
If you have either 1. children who’ll find it cute and/or are likely to be rough on electronics, or 2. a sense of humor and fun, this just might be the ¥500 (~$3.70) mouse for you.
Editor
- February 25, 2015
The Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism’s special wireless LAN task force will begin accepting applications to receive one of the designating signs in just over a month. They also plan to launch a multilingual website to assist foreign travelers with getting their Wi-Fi situation squared away. Sigh…that's a bit of a harbinger.
Editor
- February 25, 2015
Logicool Launching Updated G300 Series 9-Button Programmable Gaming Mouse
Building on the success of their entire G series of mice, the G300r model in particular, Logicool Japan will release the new and improved G300s on March 6, 2015.
Eurotechnology Japan KK
- February 24, 2015
The mobile internet was born 16 Years Ago in Tokyo with Docomo's i-Mode
While Docomo never managed to capture global value from inventing and first introducing the mobile internet, the No. 1 top-grossing company globally, and five of the top-10 globally top-grossing Apps for iOS and Google-Play combined are Japanese.
¥500 Turtle-Shaped Optical Mouse is Totally Worth ¥500!
Logicool Launching Updated G300 Series 9-Button Programmable Gaming Mouse
The mobile internet was born 16 Years Ago in Tokyo with Docomo's i-Mode
¥500 Turtle-Shaped Optical Mouse is Totally Worth ¥500!
If you have either 1. children who’ll find it cute and/or are likely to be rough on electronics, or 2. a sense of humor and fun, this just might be the ¥500 (~$3.70) mouse for you.
The Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism’s special wireless LAN task force will begin accepting applications to receive one of the designating signs in just over a month. They also plan to launch a multilingual website to assist foreign travelers with getting their Wi-Fi situation squared away. Sigh…that's a bit of a harbinger.
Logicool Launching Updated G300 Series 9-Button Programmable Gaming Mouse
Building on the success of their entire G series of mice, the G300r model in particular, Logicool Japan will release the new and improved G300s on March 6, 2015.
The mobile internet was born 16 Years Ago in Tokyo with Docomo's i-Mode
While Docomo never managed to capture global value from inventing and first introducing the mobile internet, the No. 1 top-grossing company globally, and five of the top-10 globally top-grossing Apps for iOS and Google-Play combined are Japanese.
Chinese Tank Scooter is a Jet Ski on Land
EDITOR'S NOTE: SameZone, the company mentioned herein, is currently under investigation by AkihabaraNews for being completely full of shit and straight-up KIRFing the BPG Werks Shredder. Updates to come.
Tokyo Marathon Brings out the Cosplayers (SFW GALLERY)
It comes as no surprise then that the subculture-gone-mainstream finds purchase in a 36,000-strong public sporting event. All we really have to say about that is: “WELL DONE! BRAVO! YOU ALL LOOKED FABULOUS!”
Terrie's Take - AkihabaraNews.com
Terrie’s Take is a selection of Japan-centric news collected and collated by long-time resident and media business professional Terrie Lloyd. AkihabaraNews is pleased to present Terrie’s learned perspective; we all could use another take on the news - here’s Terrie’s:
TokyoStreetView: Tokyo Daiba to Shimbashi on the Yurikamome Line (4K VIDEO)
We did not expect to receive a request to post a non-lapsed, realtime version of our Yurikamome Hyperlapse, but we did, and here it is. Enjoy the unaltered, 15-minute long 4K Video of the ride on the Yurikamome line from Daiba Station to Shimbashi Station on the privately owned and operated Yurikamome commuter line.
Japanese Marketing: Buy the Rakuten Kobo Aura H20, Win a Year of Bath Salts!
Intrinsic awareness of these cultural pillars and their heretofore non-combinable status has resulted in what might be - for those looking in from the rest of the world - the domestic tech industry’s goofiest marketing effort of 2015 (thus far).
Meet the AQUOS K Android Flip Phone: No Touchscreen! No Google Play!
Yes, feature and flip phones are still widely available in Japan (not huge sellers these days), but we’re pretty sure this is first time anyone’s bothered to shoehorn Google’s Android OS into a device that doesn’t even have a touchscreen.

Pages