A slightly pink-colored burger called Sakura Teritama is going to be released tomorrow until mid-April from McDonald's Japan.
The basic teritama burger is one of the most popular seasonal burgers from McDonald's that you can buy in Japan. It is a pork patty coated with Teriyaki sauce and cooked egg.
Now they have announced the release of a very special Cherry Blossom version - Sakura Teritama!
Nikon has just announced that they will release the new model Nikon 1 V3 from their mirrorless camera series Nikon 1 in April.
The standout features of the Nikon 1 V3 are that it is able to shoot continuously up to 20fps with autofocus tracking and up to 60 fps when autofocus is locked.
Place your smartphone on Thanko's new speaker device called Okudake Speaker with Battery. The microphone located on its surface detects sounds from the smartphone's on-board speaker and amplifies them.
The power is fed by USB port or 3 size AA batteries. When the device is connected to a USB port, you can also use it as a smartphone charger or rechargeable battery charger.
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Today is Kumamon's birthday!
(a.k.a. the day when all of the Kyushu Shinkansen routes opened)
Kumamon meets Honda's small motorcycle series, Monkey. The collaboration motorbike Monkey Kumamon Version is going to be released on April 14. The exterior is colored with Kumomon's image color: black and red. Kumamon and Honda's logo are printed on the fuel tank. Red wheels are made in the motif of Kumomon's cheeks.
Story 311 is a manga project created in order to hand the history of the Great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami to the next generation by telling the story through manga. It was launched by manga artist Satoru Hiura, who is well-known as the author of Hotaru no Hikari.
For the project, manga artists actually took trips to the damaged area, interviewed local people, and gathered information there by themselves, and then they drew stories based on what they researched. 13 other manga artists agreed with Satoru's idea and participated in the project.