1) Small-time mobile games have video trailers on YouTube these days; 2) The Tokyo Monorail floats through the sky on these big columns right here; 3) Toyota's virtual crash-test dummy software is totally badass; 4) Shinjuku looks awesome at night [naturally]; and 5) One of the grosses things ever: Grilled Salmon Candy
New EXILIM camera EX-100F will be out on August 21. Based on the previous EX-100 camera (released in March 2014), Casio added 60fps high-speed continuous shooting performance to the new EX-100F and made it a flagship model.
We were blessed with the chance to have a famous Japanese chef with more than 35 years of experience prepare our very own plate of sushi. We predict that this video will generate a spike in traffic to Kayak, Expedia, Travelocity, etc...
Who wants to be a part of a SIM-unlocked Evangelion smartphone developing team? Register yourself as a supporter of the project and get the latest news. In all likelihood, it will not make you as completely schizophrenic as the show's storyline. But...maybe it could.
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.