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Japanese senior citizen fashion and cuisine in full effect! Strolling down this 800m-long street, you will find no less than 200 shops that sell pretty much everything that a Japanese senior citizen needs and loves.
NTT docomo is finally going to start selling a wristwatch-style wearable device for child "Dococchi" a.k.a child tracker next month. Do parents really, REALLY need this much control and oversight?
A stick style Windows 8.1 PC called "Picoretta" will be available for sale for ¥19,800 (~$165) on March 28. It weighs only 70g and is actually factually a complete and functional computer.
The Hikaru Skirt, a Fashion Statement that Demands Yet Defies Explanation.
One of the great things about living in Japan is knowing that there are a neverending string of things that you’ll never fully understand. The Hikaru Skirt (“hikaru” just means “shining”) is a pretty good example thereof. But as goofy as these might be, they do catch (and keep) the eye!
Sharp unveiled a new model of their "HEALSIO Ocha Presso" green tea maker. It will be available for sale in North America under the name "Tea-Cere" this summer!
Akihabara-based company Thanko's new simplified projector for smartphone called "Sumaho de Theater" allows you to make your room a home theater at a reasonable price with no bulbs, no noisy fans, and no electricity.
Cookie, Ikura, Wagyu, and Umeboshi bento iPhone 6 cases are out for sale now. All of them are ¥3,980 and look delicious. A bit crazy. Particularly the revenge bento...
Top 5 Japanese Tech Videos of the Week - AkihabaraNews.com
1) Traditional Japanese dolls being traditional, (2) Micro-optical resonators creating wallets for light, (3) Teaser video for live action Attack on Titan movie, (4) CASIO throws down on the G-SHOCK marketing, and (5) Summer taiko drumming performance in Ebisu!
At the same summer festival in Ebisu that was featured in last week's Let's Visit Tokyo video, we were able to capture one of the Taiko acts from the opening ceremony on one of the days. Watch an entire Taiko session from start to finish in front of Ebisu station.
Y!mobile is going to release Huawei's in-vehicle Wi-Fi router model 404HW. It will be Japan's first in-vehicle Wi-Fi router, and do just that: gives you a Wi-Fi environment in your car.

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