Reece Scott

The Three Bullets: Lessons from Japan's Survival Games Subculture
Airsoft guns were first invented in Japan in the late 1970s and early 1980s. In the beginning, they were used primarily for target practice, but ‘Survival Games’ soon grew in popularity and bizarrely became a source of inspiration toward honesty, effective decision making, and the inclusion of women in Japanese corporate society...? Whaaaa?
The Three Bullets: Lessons from Japan's Survival Games Subculture - AkihabaraNews.com

In addressing the question of how to restore Japan’s economic prosperity and make the nation a model for reform, Japanese political and industrial leaders should look for inspiration from an unconventional source: the growing airsoft-based Survival Games subculture.

From Contributor and otaku/subculture enthusiast Reece Scott:

Game Life Asagaya: Nintendo Famicom Exhibit

From Contributor Reece Scott; be sure to check out the full-sized images below. Old-school gaming nostalgia in 3...2...1...  
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Reece Scott, our newest contributor, holds a B.A. in Japanese from Georgetown University, a Master’s in Modern Japanese Studies from the University of Oxford, and is currently a graduate student at Tokyo's Digital Hollywood University in the Digital Contents Management program. He is passionate about otaku culture and trends.

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