Another Japanese 3DS download title that does not appear to have a single review in English anywhere, so I’ll write one.
Creeping Terror is one of a small number of horror games available on the 3DS. It is the product of Sushi Typhoon, a horror-focused subsidiary of the Nikkatsu film studio. Continue reading
Just wanted to post a quick note alerting everyone who enjoyed the first Densha Unten Shirei that a sequel has come out!
This time we’re going in the other direction from Tokyo, following the coast east and south down past Tokyo Disneyland and into Chiba Prefecture. Continue reading
I’m taking a look at a Japan Guide post that is not the original post for a change:
“So, basically, these stores are asking YOU to give your CDs away so that THEY can make money out of them?!?! Is this some kind of Bizzaro parallel universe??”
To answer the second question first: yes, it is. Seriously Japan is as different as you can get from the West while still maintaining developed “first-world” institutions.
Just wanted to point out some things about Airbnb (and “minpaku” style rentals in general) that many people don’t seem to realize:
- All Airbnb rentals in Japan are illegal.
So if you search for “booth babe” Wikipedia will tell you that the official term is “promotional model.” The more you know. But it goes on to tell you what they are called in Japanese too.
Check out this ad for the 2016 Tokyo Game Show in the latest issue of V-Jump:
At the top it says “Tokyo Game Show 2016, Special area that only middle schoolers and younger can enter!” What’s more, those in elementary school and younger get in to the entire game show for free.
There’s something about this I find funny. Continue reading
Another question from Japan Guide. I imagine many people might consider taking a tour to take the stress out of planning a Japan trip.