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Seibu Railways is one of the major private rail companies running in northwest Tokyo and Saitama Prefecture. They announced the development of a tourist train to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the founding of the company.
Bandai unveiled its new "Net de Capsule" service, which allows you to remotely play and buy a Gachapon (capsule toy) online at home.
Net de Capsule is a joint project between Bandai and Netch, a Japanese internet gaming company. The particulars of the deal are still under development.
Polysis, a specialist developer of polyurethane resins and resin products, markets haplafreely, a plastic that turns to clay when heated to temperatures above 60°C.
When immersed in hot water or heated with a heat gun, the plastic becomes easy to shape, and hardens again as it cools, starting from around 40°C and returning to its original hardness by the time it reaches room temperature.
PGA, a smartphone accessory manufacturer, has started selling 2 lightsaber-shaped luminous touch pen models (styli) imitating Darth Vader's and Luke Skywalker's lightsabers.
When the touch pen senses writing pressure, it lights up in one's hand - without chopping one's hand off.
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Today, LINE launched a flat-rate music streaming service called LINE MUSIC.
LINE MUSIC is the same kind of service as Apple Music. It offers over 1.5 million songs through its Android or iOS application including J-POP, international music, newly-released songs, classical music, anime, vocaloid and so on. The number of songs is planned to be increased to up to 30 million by 2016.