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Anyone can set up a camera for long exposure shots, but there’s undeniable artistry in choosing one’s subject matter, mastering the composition process, and holding true to a theme; Tokyo, a contemplation of the profound socio-technological complexity of the largest city in human history, delivers an exemplar thereof.
Granted, Daikanyama looks like a maze that requires you to be extra curious to find what you are looking for, but that is part of its charm. Whether you are a fan of vintage clothing or the latest brands, you will no doubt find it there. And when you have the chance to visit, we've got restaurant recommendations, too!
REVIEW: The ASUS ZenPhone 5 & ZenWatch Do Tokyo
Tech giant ASUS recently came out with two new devices in Japan, and they're looking to compete with the likes of Samsung, HTC and yes - even Apple. The Asus ZenFone 5 is a smartphone running Android, and the elegant ZenWatch brings some style to the future-thinking Android Wear ecosystem.
Spec Computer released new iPhone 6 "skin" that goes all sci-fi and heals itself when it gets a small scratch or nick - now this is a taste of the self-repairing gadgets of the future.
You will meet the humanoid Pepper Robot at Mizuho Bank after July 2015. It will entertain you and introduce the bank service while you are waiting in line.
JINS is now providing an SDK (Software Development Kit) for free for developing applications for their eyeglass-style wearable device "JINS MEME." We would like to see your apps ASAP.
ASUS is going to launch two new models of their palm-sized desktop PC, the "ASUS VivoMini UN," for the Japanese market. The UN62-W-P104R model is ¥95,000 and the UN42-M064Y model is ¥40,000.
Samsung will start accepting advanced orders of their new head-mounted display - Gear VR Innovator Edition for Galaxy S6 - on April 23 in Japan. It generates a 360-degree image when used in combination with a Samsung's smartphone.
Sony is going to release 2 converter lens models, which are exclusively made for the E-mount FE 28mm F2 SEL28F20 lens of their DSLR camera α series. One is ultra-wide, one is ultra-fishy.

TokyoStreetView - April 06, 2015

TokyoStreetView: Tokyo Tower (4K VIDEO)
Tokyo Tower is in fact thinner than the Eiffel Tower, but 13 meters taller at 333 total. For over half a century, it was the pinnacle of Tokyo and the best place to enjoy a unique view of the region thanks to its two observation decks (at 150m and 250m).

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