Canon is going to release a pocket-sized mobile projector, the Mini Projector C-5. The estimated price is ¥29,800, and it comes with a tripod. Canon's incorporating their various optical technologies, and we've heard they make cameras or somesuch, so that bodes well...but maybe not, too.
Toyota announced the addition of a hybrid model to their Sienta minivan series, and now it's available for purchase. Toyota now makes more hybrid vehicles than all other auto companies combined - which we didn't fact check, but it sounds about right.
Ootoro (fatty tuna) flavored potato chips are now available in a limited quantity. You can taste fatty tuna by paying only ¥120 instead of a few thousand yen for a real piece of fatty tuna! "Fatty Tuna" is like the worst rap name ever.
Congratulations, Kyoto! Kyoto City is chosen as the most attractive travel destination by the Travel + Leisure readers - two years in a row! Unlike a whole lot of Japan, Kyoto's taken a lot of extra steps to get the honor.
A Japanese candy company, UHA Mikakuto, has released salt-grilled salmon flavored gummy candy. There are salmon flakes in the center of the candy - UHA Mikakuto pursue real salmon flavor fearlessly. It's probably a super fishy candy so you might want to eat it with rice. Indeed, welcome to Japan.
With King Jim's new Pitrec digital business card holder, you are able to take a photo of business cards using the built-in camera to scan the data and to digitally manage about 5,000 to 6,000 business contacts with one single device.
Thanko has released an electronic insect bite healer for ¥2,480. It relieves your skin's itchiness and irritation without medical skin cream. It might be magical but so far we're unable to confirm, but whatever - ALL HAIL THANKO!
Mr. Car/Camera Nerd stopped by the world famous Daikoku Parking Lot recently and snapped a few lovelies. If you don’t know what it means to go to the Daikoku Futo, then use your Google - and whether you do or do not, you'll like this stuff right here.