Nissan announced that they are going to stop the production of the convertible two-seater model "Fairlady Z Roadster" after the end of September.
The Fairlady Z Roadster was added to the Fairlady Z series in October 2009. It is lighter than the basic model and has great motion performance due to its 3.7-liter VQ37VHR engine.
We believe that some people were quite intrigued by the release of Japanese burger chain Lotteria's "Tsukemen" ramen burger that we reported on recently, but many others must have felt sick just by looking at the photos in the article.
Japan Post, Japan's national postal and package delivery, banking and insurance service company, today announced launch of their new shipment service "Click Post" to provide smooth shipment services for products traded at the online auction service Yahoo-oku run by Yahoo! JAPAN.
At the Matsumoto Lab of the Department of Biosciences and Informatics at Keio University, fundamental research relating to reproduction and the process of ontogeny of living organisms is being conducted.
The lab is focused particularly on a primitive animal called a planarian, which has a particularly high regenerative capability and diverse reproduction modes. Researchers there are trying to shed light on the basic mechanisms of living organisms by learning from planaria.
Ricoh Imaging unveiled their new medium format camera "PENTAX 645Z" last month. Today they announced that they are going to release it on June 27.
The estimated price is 864,000 yen. The price seems reasonable when compared to other products with the same image sensor.
Please click here to read our previous coverage about PENTAX 645Z.
Itasha is a term made by combining the Japanese word for painful (itai) and car (jidosha), and it basically means just that: Painful Car. The term describe cars that are usually covered in pictures of anime or game characters.
So you want to inject a chip into your body. Hey, it’s the 21st Century, and barbed-wire bicep tattoos are so over. How we interact with the inorganic world is becoming more seamless, more frictionless. Our gadgets are already talking to one another, and it’s getting easier to join the conversation.