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The Feeling You Get During Your First Tokyo Trip [0.30]

Posted on Jan. 23, 2017, 10:26 p.m. by Japan it UP! @ [source]

There is no doubt that Tokyo is a magical place. Everyone experiences Tokyo differently for their first trip (First Time Guide to Tokyo).

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Spotify Launches in Japan – Will It Be Successful? [0.13]

Posted on Sept. 29, 2016, 2:08 p.m. by Japan it UP! @ [source]

Just like other markets, users can choose if they want to use the free version or the paid subscription version with no ads.

Spotify currently has over 40 million users before launching in Japan, a country with sales estimated at nearly $3 billion each year which makes Japan the second largest music market in the world right now.

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Skinny Japanese Girls Stop Dieting [0.06]

Posted on July 29, 2016, 3:13 a.m. by Japan it UP! @ [source]

Extreme diets used to be a trend.

With the ratio of underweight women in their 20s falling below 20 percent for the first time in 20 years, health and fashion experts are looking at whether this means the desire to be thin has been replaced by the quest to be healthy.

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Japanese Minimalists [0.11]

Posted on July 28, 2016, 3:04 a.m. by Japan it UP! @ [source]

Fumio Sasaki’s one-room Tokyo apartment is so stark friends liken it to an interrogation room. He owns three shirts, four pairs of trousers, four pairs of socks and a meager scattering of various other items.

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Must See: Japanese Netflix Original “Underwear” [0.01]

Posted on July 27, 2016, 2:49 a.m. by Japan it UP! @ [source]

Underwear tells the story of Mayuko Tokito, a young woman who grew up in the countryside on Japan’s Northernmost island of Hokkaido.

The divorce from underwear is a paradox that’s difficult to imagine, but it may have its roots in Japan’s reality.


Pizza Hut Robot Servers [0.16]

Posted on July 26, 2016, 2:43 a.m. by Japan it UP! @ [source]

In March, Carl’s Jr CEO Andy Puzder expressed an interested in adopting more automated technology in his restaurants after learning about Eatsa, the mostly-automated San Francisco based healthy fast food joint.

Pizza Hut in Japan will be the first major chain to utilize robots to actually serve customers in its pilot program later this year.


This video shows a young woman joyfully imagines her hero, Donald Trump, becoming “World President”, and has collected a ton of comments from around the web.

Since the comments started pouring in, both the video’s creator and star have taken some time to gently correct those who mistook it for real evidence of love for Trump in Japan – by pointing to subtle clues embedded in the clip, like the candidate giving a Nazi salute against the backdrop of swastikas and the fact that, yes, he does turn into a massive robot and destroy planet Earth at the end.

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Fashion police in Japan want to ’empower’ women by persuading them to wear high heels, insisting the country’s historic ‘kimono culture’ has led to many women having poor posture.

The Japan High Heel Association is calling on women across the country to trade sensible shoes for a pair of stilettos, insisting that standing tall will give them ‘confidence’ – and improve their gait.

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Toyota wants to patent a crazy flying car [0.08]

Posted on July 23, 2016, 5:16 a.m. by Japan it UP! @ [source]

The Japanese car manufacturer has submitted a patent application for a shape-morphing fuselage for an aero car.

Instead of a typical coup-style or hatchback, the flying car will have a propeller on its back, likely meaning the car will operate with a rear motor.


32 New Kit Kat Flavors in Japan [0.29]

Posted on July 22, 2016, 4:12 a.m. by Japan it UP! @ [source]

From Green Tea to Wasabi, Japan is deeply in love with the chocolate-covered wafer goodness that is the Kit Kat, offering a selection of 32 flavours nationwide.

If you’re looking to magically blend your wafer-orientated Charlie and the Chocolate Factory fantasies and the most sophisticated of international shopping surrounds, then you’ve got to pay a visit to a Kit Kat Chocolatory in Japan.