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Popular Japanese Illustrator and Character Designer, Renji “Range” Murata, has posted his Throw Line dojinshi in digital form on Apple’s iTunes store. Those with iPhones or an iPod Touch can now download Throw Line for US$1.99. Via ANN: The 25-page magazine of illustrations and sketches is available in the United States and in Japan. 12 of the pages are in color, and the remaining 13 pages are in black-and-white. Murata’s dōjin circle, Pasta’s Estab, had originally published the magazine at...

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Appliya Inc., a leading publisher of Japanese mobile applications, is proud to announce iPhone and iPod Touch users can now enjoy a lite version of the entertaining Evangelion Puzzle game for free, and with no advertisements! Evangelion Puzzle Lite is the latest entry in Appliyas Evangelion application series, and it utilizes imagery taken directly from the Rebuild of Evangelion anime movies. Users of the Lite version can enjoy sliding tile puzzles featuring Eva Unit 01, but the full version offers...

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17 Mar 2009

Japan Unveils Female Robot

Japan just unveiled its first female walking, talking life-size fashion robot. Via Engadget: Standing at just over 5-feet tall and 95-pounds, HRP-4C, developed by Japan’s National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, will make its catwalk debut next week at the Tokyo fashion show. The she-bot features 30 motors spread throughout its body with an additional eight motors in its face for expressing general boredom and disgust with the help. Its main purpose is entertainment and to attract crowds...

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Appliya Inc., a leading publisher of Japanese mobile applications, has just launched two new applications in their Evangelion Series. Now iPhone and iPod Touch users can enjoy a calendar app that features exclusive art from the Rebuild of Evangelion films, along with a challenging puzzle game. Evangelion Puzzle provides an exciting new twist on puzzle apps. This latest entry in Appliyas Evangelion application series uses imagery taken directly from the Rebuild of Evangelion movies in a challenging puzzle game that...

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4 Mar 2009

Philippine Itasha Cars

Car Show and Technology Nights 2009 was held last Feb. 1 showcasing some of the best customized showroom cars in the Philippines and some of those are Japanese-style Itasha cars. *Photos courtesy of Allan Melivo Lurve the design on this one although having an overall “pink” car is practically inviting “haters” to vandalize your car. More pics after the break!

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