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TokyoStreetView - June 15, 2015

TokyoStreetView: Yurakucho (4K VIDEO)
Located near Tokyo Station (in 4K), Ginza (in 4K), and directly alongside the JR Yamanote Line, Yurakucho is a vibrant and busy place. People go there to enjoy the many restaurants, primarily izakaya and yakitori, built-up under the brick arches of the JR tracks.
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.
Tiny lightsaber touch pen for your smartphone or tablet! With the push of a button it lights up and gives you the...force. Of some kind.

Yoriko Takahashi - June 11, 2015

Japanese Robots: ALL NEW ASIMO FAMILY OF FOUR!
Honda’s given us all a chance to satisfy the desire to build our very own ASIMO. It’s a great project for all ages, particularly for children with a budding interest in robotics.

Yoriko Takahashi - June 11, 2015

Today, LINE launched a flat-rate music streaming service called LINE MUSIC, which is the same kind of service as Apple Music. Users can choose a ¥500 basic plan (limited to 20 hours over 30 days) or a ¥1,000 premium plan (30 days unlimited).

TokyoStreetView - June 08, 2015

TokyoStreetView: Ginza (4K VIDEO)
Several centuries before Ginza became synonymous with luxury, it was actually a swamp. Only after a major fire in 1872 that burnt down most of the larger area did the Meiji government decided to rebuild it into a model of modernization!
Top 5 Japanese Tech (and culture) Videos of the Week
1) Kumamon's RC adventure continues, 2) A beautiful oasis in the middle of Tokyo, 3) Real working maglev shinkansen...toy, 4) Big-ass video to go with big-ass gallery from the Tokyo International Toy Show, 5) Crossy Road, one of six titles from the latest Commuter Gamer!
Commuter Gamer #3: Passing the Time on Tokyo Trains (REVIEW)
For your playing enjoyment: Evolving graphics, Frogger-like obstacle avoidance, philosophical conundrums, fighting motorcycle gangs, building new worlds, and tossing a can of whoop-ass on some post-apocalyptic bears - PLAY!
KitKat Croissant is now available at a popular Japanese cafe bar chain, Pronto...and with that, KitKat continues its mission to crossover from candy junky food to haute couture snacky snack.

Eurotechnology Japan KK - June 05, 2015

Smartphone Games Disrupt Japanese Video Gaming Industry
24 new listed smartphone game companies achieve net income twice as high as all top 8 traditional video game companies combined. Madd bank is being made, but not by the traditional players - not at all.

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