Takara Tomy Arts

Takara Tomy Arts - LED built-in nail stickers that become luminous in response to electric waves [TOP 14 of '14]
Built-in LEDs emit light upon detecting NFC waves coming from Android devices, mobile wallet functions, and digital cash IC cards like PASMO and Suica, etc.

Takara Tomy Arts is going to release an interesting pudding maker called Mawashite Mawashite Marugoto Purin (meaning "Rotate Rotate Whole Pudding" in Japanese) on September 25. With it, you can make an egg turn into pudding inside without cracking the egg shell.

Takara Tomy Arts is going to release a beer server called Premium Beer Server Gokurei (gokurei means "super cold") on May 22.

The perfect toy for surviving the brutally hot Japanese summer will be released by Takara Tomy Arts on May 22. It is the "Tsumeta Oicino" compact frozen drink machine.

"Tsumeta Oicino" is a created word making Tsumetai (cold) and Oishii (delicious) sound like Italian language words.

You can easily make an original frozen drink at home using coffee, milk, maccha, and strawberries.

I think that most AkihabaraNews readers are probably not into decorating their nails, however, you might find Lumi Deco Nail to be quite interesting.

Lumi Deco Nail is a set of nail stickers that easily and temporarily make your nails look like they have manicures with pretty designs. Yet, it's different than regular nail stickers. It has LED built-in and emits light when it detects an NFC wave coming from Android devices, mobile wallet functions, digital cash IC cards like PASMO and Suica, etc.

You can have your own Kaiten-zushi (Rotating sushi/Sushi train) going at home!

Takara Tomy Arts is going to release the full set of Kaiten-zushi party called Cho Nigi-nigi Ouchi de Kaiten-zushi for ¥6,825 on March 20.

It comes with a mini boat that pulls a maximum of 4 plates, train tracks, plates, dollies for plates, rice paddle, fish shaped tray, and tool to make Nigiri-sushi and Roll-sushi.

Takara Tomy Arts is going to release a Natto mixing machine Rosanjin Natto Bachi on February 6.

Natto - fermented soy beans - is a favorite among Japanese. We usually eat it with rice for breakfast. It's smelly and slimy so most likely people will want to avoid eating it if they have never tried to before. However, if you are adventurous and get hooked on its mysterious flavor and texture, Natto will be irresistible for you.