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TokyoStreetView - March 08, 2015

TokyoStreetView: Happo-En Garden (4K VIDEO)
Happo-en is much more than your average gorgeous hidden Japanese garden in central Tokyo. Actually, the core business of the location is to celebrate weddings and other events with a wide selection of facilities made to please those looking for something more traditional.
What’s probably lost on most viewers around the world is that commercials like these aren’t evidence of a widespread, built-in cultural bizarreness. Nope, they’re much more about advertisers and ad agencies trying to out-weird each other.
The Ladies (and cameras) of CP+ 2015 (GALLERY)
Okay, so we’re a little bit late to the CP+ gallery game, but it's better than never, and that doesn’t mean it wasn’t fantastic, and apropos to the theme of the event, today we share not words, we share imagery - enjoy!
Who wants to try a Frog Burger in Japan? If you want, go to MARK IS Minatomirai in Yokohama, Japan after March 21! Oh, and a disclaimer: Japanese people don't eat frogs. (Some people living in the inland area eat bugs though.)
Today, Mouse Computer released a 64GB model (m-Stick MS-NH1-64G) of the innovative stick-style m-Stick PC today. m-Stick transforms a TV or display monitor. If you have a normal keyboard and mouse, you will be able to have a decent Windows PC environment.
Sony unveiled a new mid-range Xperia smartphone: the M4 Aqua. It's IP65/IP68 waterproof and dustproof so that it is capable of holding up underwater for a long time. Its battery lasts for 2 days!

Yoriko Takahashi - March 05, 2015

Nissan's new concept BBQ Car is very intriguing. Open the car trunk, and you will see all the equipment necessary for BBQ ready to be used. It includes an electric grill, refrigerator, kitchen with sink, cookware, plates, spices, coffeemaker, garbage disposal machine.... and more!
Top 5 Japanese Tech Videos of the Week - AkihabaraNews.com
Here's What We've been Watching for the Past week: (1) Riding the Yurikamome Line 6; (2) Chinese Tank Scooter (3) Hatsune Miku Virginity Armor, (4) Japan-Style Russian DashCam, and (5) Using Your Eyeballs to Unlock the Phone!
Fujitsu Announces Iris-Scanning Security Tech for Smartphones and Other Devices
Intent on making our next generation of mobile and other electronic devices and services more secure and conveniently accessible, Fujitsu has successfully integrated an iris-scanning infrared camera and LED system into a prototype smartphone.
Thanko released a palm-sized full HD drive recorder with a a 1.5-inch LCD display. It's a small device so that it is hardly noticeable in your front windshield view. It's able to shoot 1080p full HD video and shoot clear video in a dark place using the built-in 12 IR lights.

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