Goodbye Manicures, Hello Nail-Puri!
Tired of having to paint your nails, or forking over ¥5,000 for a salon-quality manicure? Well, the company that brought us Sonic the Hedgehog is doing something about it!
Line Stickers from Hand-Drawn Illustrations
Live2Love Japan has released an iPhone app called Shuttle Sticker, which easily makes Line Creators Stickers from hand-drawn illustrations.
Alone this Christmas? You Don't Have to Be!
Thanks to manufacturer Mega House, you can enjoy a Christmas date with a famous Japanese anime voice actress.
See Kyoto Mapped as it Once Was
So long as you have this map, you can feel as though you've slipped back into the Heian Period of Kyoto.
Use Your Smartphone as a Whiteboard
Presentation Whiteboard is an easy-to-use graphics tool for business and interpersonal communication.
5 Cool Products Merging Tech & Tradition
Possibly the best image of Japan is as a place where ultra-modern, high technology meets traditional principles and design.
6 Cute Sushi Knickknacks
Six fun accessories for the sushi-obsessed!
Become a Michelin Chef by Hologram
The Tokyo Institute of Technology has developed a 3-D simulator system that teaches chefs-to-be everything they need to know.
Video Games Get Up Close & Personal
The future of digital media is here and it looks very bright!
This Ninja SIM Card's a Cut Above the Rest
Why get just any old SIM when you can get a ninja SIM!
Never Get Lost in Shinjuku Station Again!
Finally, an app that helps you navigate the complexity of Tokyo and Shinjuku Stations!
Free Niseko App Will Keep You in the Snow
Want to navigate Niseko with ease? The Niseko App has been updated for the 2015/16 season, free to download on both iPhone and Android.
Turn Your PC into a Hi-Fi Network Player—Free!
Component Design's free music player software released for Windows.
Seal Up Your Phone & Achieve Your Goals
Need help holding yourself back from your phone? Japanese high school entrepreneurs have come up with a simple way to free up your time with the Smart Phone Sealing Taro.
Download Japan’s 72 Microseasons as an App
The traditional Japanese calendar had 72 microseasons. This gorgeous app will not only tell you the season, but also poetically give you the seasonal word, fish, vegetable and activity!
1 Hour with Casio's Smart Outdoor Watch
Casio has created (what is, we’re pretty sure) the world’s first smartwatch built to U.S. Military MIL-STD-810 survivability standards.
Change Your Twitter Heart to Sushi!
Don't want to see hearts on Twitter? Why not try sushi instead!
Learn Japanese with a Five-Armed Octoped
Struggling to start with Japanese? Let Tako lend you a hand—or five. Wait, five?
Smartphone Samurai Get Picked Off by Ninja
NTT Docomo's smartphone safety video warns that texting while walking may make you vulnerable to ambush.
Dyson Robo-Vacuum Arrives in Japan
The 360 Eye is the British firm’s first proper venture into autonomous home service robotics.