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18 Days In Japan – Check out this impressive 2 minute video of my friend’s trip to Japan

My friend, Andrew traveled in Japan last May and he made this 2 minute, beautiful video about his 18 days in Japan. Enjoy his journey through several Japanese cites including Tokyo, Nagano, Osaka, Kyoto, and Koyasan. You will love it a[...]
18 Days In Japan – Check out this impressive 2 minute video of my friend’s trip to Japan
18 Days In Japan – Check out this impressive 2 minute video of my friend’s trip to Japan18 Days In Japan – Check out this impressive 2 minute video of my friend’s trip to Japan18 Days In Japan – Check out this impressive 2 minute video of my friend’s trip to Japan18 Days In Japan – Check out this impressive 2 minute video of my friend’s trip to Japan18 Days In Japan – Check out this impressive 2 minute video of my friend’s trip to Japan

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Mt.Gox – Exclusive with the World’s Leading Bitcoins Exchange

The Leading Exchange in a Business Getting Attention CEO Mark Karpeles, along with Marketing Officer, Gonzague Gay-Bouchery, is running a company in the Shibuya area of Tokyo that has gained quite a lot of attention recently. That comp[...]
Mt.Gox – Exclusive with the World’s Leading Bitcoins Exchange
Mt.Gox – Exclusive with the World’s Leading Bitcoins ExchangeMt.Gox – Exclusive with the World’s Leading Bitcoins Exchange

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Let’s Visit Tokyo! – Harajuku Station, Wednesday Night, April 17 2013, 7:05pm

Harajuku Station, Wednesday night, April 17 2013, 7:05pm at the Omotesando exit, where it connects to the Meiji-Jingumae Metro Station. This spot is near the upscale Omotesando shopping area, Meij-Jingu shrine, Yoyogi Park, and of cour[...]
Let’s Visit Tokyo! – Harajuku Station, Wednesday Night, April 17 2013, 7:05pm

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Let’s Visit Tokyo! – Spring Afternoon in Yoyogi Park

Let’s Visit Tokyo! We bring you to Yoyogi Park on a sunny weekend afternoon in March, 2013. We saw a passionate artist, jump rope practice, a talented dog and other characters… This is from about 2 months ago, but we have a[...]
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Shinkansen 2027: Fiercely Minimalist Maglev Stations?

Fourteen years from now, when Japan’s magnetically levitated, approx. 300MPH/482KPH Chuō Shinkansen comes online, it’ll be among the world’s coolest people movers – maybe even top of the list. And the world̵[...]
Shinkansen 2027: Fiercely Minimalist Maglev Stations?

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Synforest – Tokyo Bird’s-eye View – Take a Blu-ray exploration of Tokyo by helicopter!

The immensity of Tokyo still amazes me even after years of living here. But I can’t think of a better way to really get a sense of the scope of this city than by a helicopter tour over the city. This is not clips of different are[...]
Synforest – Tokyo Bird’s-eye View – Take a Blu-ray exploration of Tokyo by helicopter!
Synforest – Tokyo Bird’s-eye View – Take a Blu-ray exploration of Tokyo by helicopter!Synforest – Tokyo Bird’s-eye View – Take a Blu-ray exploration of Tokyo by helicopter!Synforest – Tokyo Bird’s-eye View – Take a Blu-ray exploration of Tokyo by helicopter!Synforest – Tokyo Bird’s-eye View – Take a Blu-ray exploration of Tokyo by helicopter!Synforest – Tokyo Bird’s-eye View – Take a Blu-ray exploration of Tokyo by helicopter!

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United Arrows – Marionettebot – Clothing store mannequin imitates movement

Another good example of the mix of technology, interesting ideas and craziness in Japan. United Arrows, A popular clothing chain store in Japan created the Marionettebot – a store show window display mannequin in Shibuya, Tokyo t[...]
United Arrows – Marionettebot – Clothing store mannequin imitates movement

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Bakery goods POS visual recognition system on trial in Tokyo bakery

Brain Corporation has developed a system that can individually identify all kinds of baked goods on a tray, in just one second. A trial has started at a Tokyo bakery store. This technology was co-developed with the University of Hyogo.[...]
Bakery goods POS visual recognition system on trial in Tokyo bakery

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Let’s Visit Tokyo – Koraku-En Part II

We first visited Koishikawa Koraku-en back in 2009, but we never had the chance to offer you the second part of our video tour, and please accept our apologizes for that! Luckily for you and thanks to Steph, 3 years later, you will fin[...]
Let’s Visit Tokyo – Koraku-En Part II

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Let’s Visit Tokyo – Tokyo Tower, Ramen and Roppongi

here you are another great video from Steph! This time we will have the chance to quickly visit Roppongi, a Ramen shop and climb-up Tokyo Tower… Enjoy!
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[Hands-On] Pentax K-01 MILC Camera Designed by Marc Newson

Pentax Ricoh Imaging have developed the Pentax K-01, a mirrorless interchangable lens camera, designed by the world-famous Australian industrial designer, Marc Newson. “In most mirrorless cameras, the fact that there’s no m[...]
[Hands-On] Pentax K-01 MILC Camera Designed by Marc Newson

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NICT demonstrate the World’s Largest Full HD Glasses-Free 3D Display

NICT, in collaboration with JVC Kenwood, has developed a 200″ auto-stereoscopic Full HD 3D display which shows video from 57 different angles. This means multiple people can walk around in front of the screen and see around corne[...]
NICT demonstrate the World’s Largest Full HD Glasses-Free 3D Display

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Actroid-F Robot Gets A Brother And An Eye Implant

AIST has developed a male version of its android robot Actroid-F, which was first shown to the public last year. These human-like robots imitate the movements of the people they are watching, and are currently being placed as observers[...]
Actroid-F Robot Gets A Brother And An Eye Implant

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Dual-Core Waterproof “Triple High Speed” Smartphone with WiMAX – Fujitsu ARROWS Z ISW11F

The Arrows Z is the latest smartphone from Fujitsu Toshiba Mobile Communications. It will be released on the AU network from late November 2011. “The concept behind this model is “Triple High Speed”. First of all, in [...]
Dual-Core Waterproof “Triple High Speed” Smartphone with WiMAX – Fujitsu ARROWS Z ISW11F

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Tokyo U announced Optical Lattice Clock Accuracy with A 100 Quadrillionth Of A Second

Optical lattice clocks are a new type of optical atomic clock. They were proposed in 2001 by University of Tokyo Professor Hidetoshi Katori, and experimentally demonstrated in 2005. Recently, Professor Katori’s group accurately k[...]
Tokyo U announced Optical Lattice Clock Accuracy with A 100 Quadrillionth Of A Second

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Let’s Visit Tokyo – Too HOT!

Sorry folks but it is WAY too hot here in Japan for me to shoot our usual let’s Visit Tokyo series, so let’s take a break until the weather cool down shall we?
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Let’s Visit Tokyo – Osaki

There is in any city in the world an area that really does not fit in, a place where whatever people try to do it will never work, and Osaki seems to me like one of this place. Osaki feel like a place that nobody really cares, people p[...]
Let’s Visit Tokyo – Osaki

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Let’s Visit Tokyo – Kitanomaru Koen & Kokyo Gaien

Another “Special” video today since we already covered both Kitanomaru Koen & Kokyo Gaien while back (July and August 2009). This time Benoa is behind the camera for a dual combo : Testing a Sony Camcorder for Akihabara[...]
Let’s Visit Tokyo – Kitanomaru Koen & Kokyo Gaien

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UQ Communications to offer WiMax in Tokyo’s subways

Been living in Hong-Kong for several years and I have to admit that being capable to use your smartphone will riding the subway is quite convenient! Also, today, UQ Communication, Japan only WiMax Provider, announced that it is plannin[...]
UQ Communications to offer WiMax in Tokyo’s subways

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Let’s Visit Tokyo – Happo-en

Here you are, once again, one of Tokyo’s finest hidden parks, Happo-en. Lost in the middle of Tokyo and located in Shirokane, Happo-en with its gorgeous Japanese Garden, Tea Ceremony houses and traditional Japanese house, is a dedicate[...]
Let’s Visit Tokyo – Happo-en

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Let’s Visit Tokyo – Toda in Izu

The Let’s Visit Tokyo series is back and we hope for good, but since we do not like to do things like they should, we will not visit a specific area of Tokyo today but rather a small little beach and temple located in Toda City in Izu,[...]
Let’s Visit Tokyo – Toda in Izu

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Willer Express introduces a new kind of first classes Bus in Japan

Nice find from the guys over at DVICE who came up with this rather unique piece of news from Japan! Willer Express, a Japanese transportation company that mainly focus on buses, introduces a new seat arrangement setup in some of their [...]
Willer Express introduces a new kind of first classes Bus in Japan

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