For those who want to spend good Valentine's Day but cannot afford for fancy dinner, how about something fun and sweet like going to eat a chocolate ramen dish? The soup contains 1.5 bars of chocolate!
Iron Man first appeared as a minor character in 1963 in the United States, but outside of cult circles, the character was never very popular here in Japan. But oh boy has that changed. This is indeed the SECOND badass Japanese Iron Man variant we've seen in the last few months.
Declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1995, Shirakawa-Go is one of the hottest tourist spots in Japan, and definite mus-see. Located in the remote mountains of Gifu prefecture, Shirakawa-Go is famous for its traditional gassho-zukuri farmhouses with some as old as 250 years.
Now that the building-sized artwork is complete, it seems Darth Vader is once again invading Japan, this time joined by three storm troopers, the Death Star and a TIE fighter. Best of all is his lightsaber, illuminated in red at night.
The video was shot on an overcast, cloudy day, but it gives Yokohama a certain ambiance, a certain something...just feels like romance. Mysterious Tokyo photographer darwinfish105, we really, really like you.
Casio's new EXILIM digital camera EX-ZR1600 can pair up with a smartphone on a steady basis. Users can control camera functionality with the smartphone such as activating the camera, checking or copying photos in the camera, saving taken photos automatically in the smartphone, and remotely pressing the shutter button.
The camera bulge is an issue, and for all but the most careful users, so is the possibility of denting, scuffing or otherwise damaging it. Enter Roa International’s answer, exceedingly simple in both design and name.
Bulkier iPhone cases have long offered this functionality, the iPhone itself has not and probably never will. Since Japanese consumers like the feature, and the iPhone is the best-selling phone in Japan, with typical shrewdness Thanko swooped in and solved a problem we were barely aware that we had.
Three Japanese companies - Chuetsu Pulp & Paper, Lion Idemitsu Composites, and Sanko Shokai - jointly invented a new polypropylene resin composite material derived from bamboo. Although they do not yet have no specific plans for commercialization, they are already overwhelmed with inquiries from various industries.