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Late Night Bakery in Meguro
A bakery which goes against the grain and opens for business selling breads and pastries at MIDNIGHT.
Date: 2005-08-17 13:45:01 - Added by: Nippon Sekai
 
Aomori - A Land of Contrasts

Aomori Prefecture (青森県) is the northernmost region (Tohoku Region) of Japan's main Honshu island. It's a land of extreme seasonal contrasts: long winters chilled by Siberian winds, superb cherry blossoms in spring, hot summers and glorious autumn colors. It shows in the character of the region's friendly people too - the summer Nebuta festival is one of Japan's most exuberant, and few musicians are wilder than those of Tsugaru.

Date: 2005-08-01 10:07:48 - Added by: Nippon Sekai
 
Menbaka Ichidai Ramen
Short overview of a ramen noodle shop in Kamigyou-ku Kyoto. Featured in Kansai Walker, they are known for their "special" way of making their ネギラーメン (Negi Ramen)
Date: 2005-07-28 13:35:33 - Added by: Nippon Sekai
 
Short overview of the Shinkansen

Short video of Japan's famed high speed bullet trains.

Date: 2005-07-27 15:33:33 - Added by: Nippon Sekai
 
Earthquake CG M7.3

Computer generated video of the sort of potential effects an shindo M7.3 (on the Omori scale) would do in Tokyo.

Date: 2005-07-26 14:46:31 - Added by: Nippon Sekai
 
Moerunuma - From Landfill to Park

Moerenuma Koen (モエレ沼公園) is a municipal park located in Higashi-ku, Sapporo, Japan. The park has playground equipment, outdoor sports fields, and objects which are designed by Isamu Noguchi. Prior to the parks construction, the site had been used as a garbage reclaimed ground since 1979. Under the Sapporo Circular Greenbelt Concept, a city planning which aims at developing the urban areas of Sapporo with greenbelts and parks, the construction of the Park began in 1982.

Date: 2005-07-25 11:43:47 - Added by: Nippon Sekai
 
Rain in Japan

Japan is one of the world's rainiest nations and has a rainy season for about a month starting in June. Rain (雨, ame) makes the land fertile and green, and is deeply embedded in Japan's cultural life. For centuries, poets and artists have made rain their subject: there are many haiku on rain, and Japanese painters were the first to draw falling rain realistically. Today's Japanese still employ many techniques and customs to enjoy both the sights and sounds of rain.

Date: 2005-06-25 19:56:32 - Added by: Nippon Sekai
 
When Computers Cannot Match Human Skills

Tokyo's Ota-ku is home to most of the city's machi-koba. These are small, specialized factories whose highly-skilled craftsmen can hand manufacture world-class products to specifications as precise as 1/1000 mm. From these tiny, often family-run, operations have come world beating inventions such as the safety pull-top used in cans, with an edge that doesn't cut.

Date: 2005-06-25 19:18:12 - Added by: Nippon Sekai
 
Toei Oedo Line - 1997 Construction

Old video which shows the Nerima to Shinjuku portion of the Toei Oedo Line under construction for its 1997 opening.  The station exit he walks out from at the end is Tochomae.


Date: 2005-06-17 15:20:37 - Added by: Nippon Sekai
 
(2005.05.11) Kana Uemura - Taisetsu na Hito

植村花菜 - 大切な人 (KICM-1132)

Date: 2005-05-11 18:01:46 - Added by: Nippon Sekai
 
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