Oct 072013
Welcome To Tokyo Music Video

Japanese band WORLD ORDER is known online for their unique and surreal dancing in their hit music videos. Their performance on the streets of New York City is one such example, and stands with over five million views

In honor of the 2020 Olympics being hosted in Japan, the band created this hospitable music video welcoming the world to their capital city: Welcome To Tokyo


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Oct 062013
Synched Gears Interlock At Speeds Of 4,500 RPM

This amazing video report by Japanese technology news channel Diginfo News has gone viral over the weekend, amassing over a quarter million views so far!

The video showcases a special set of synchronized gears built by Mitsubishi Electric that spins at speeds of 4,500 rpm. The gears are so precise they can seemingly cross paths and interlock without any interference or obstructions. 


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Sep 022013
Zip Bags From Japan Demonstration

Hendrik Ball, aka Grand Illusions, is well known on YouTube for featuring the elderly gentleman with the largest toy chest of the most interesting and obscure toys, gags, and gizmos from the past. 

This brand new video, featuring a Japanese zip bag from YKK made in the 80′s, is particularly interesting. What looks like just a fabric strip can be zipped up into a very real purse or small pouch.

The host demonstrates how to zip up and create the four different zipper bags in the series, and he even shows how they are all engineered to interconnect to create larger, more complex bags. 


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Aug 122013

Human kids like to play games by themselves so why not dogs? Ryan Faw caught one dog in Kobe, Japan doing just that, seemingly playing fetch by himself using the current of river stream to motivate the ball. Now, this week old video has gone viral, garnering over a quarter million views.

And don’t worry, calms Ryan, the dog had an owner near by. 


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Aug 072013

Japanese born Kenichi Ebina was one of the first to go viral on this season of America’s Got Talent. His first audition blew away the audience, judges, and the web with his outrageous Matrix-style robot dance that garnered over 10 million hits

As the competition has only becomes more fierce, Kenichi has pushed his skills to the max to perform in this incredible and original live video game scene that is so seamless, he appears as one of the characters in the game. 


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