After the panel of three key persons in Japanese social networks, there were 15 presenters demo, 10 from organizers’ choice and 5 fans’ vote out of 32 nominees.
A Twitter analysis tool by UserLocal, who provides web traffic analysis services (Nakanohito for PC, Ugokuhito for Japanese feature phone and UserInsight for enterprise). (from fan’s vote)
The first and only Japanese CSS3 Webfonts service supports over 250 fonts. All IE/Firefox/Chrome/Safari are available. Freemium model (you will be asked to pay for multiple websites)
A social translation service supports 47 languages by Anydoor (Asiajin). Your requesting texts will be translated by three different users to keep the quality.
(from fan’s vote) [English available]
A publishing platform for e-books, integrated with their successful book inventory service Bukulog.
A category social network for patients and their families.
A library websites aggregation and search service. Most Japanese libraries (over 5,000) are covered. Alerting when your wishing books are available at libraries you listed.
A social lending service which enables semi-direct lend-and-borrow Yen. [info in English]
a community for creating crowdsourced novels with Twitter account. (from fan’s vote) [English available]
A recording server to save all teresttrial TV channels for 24 hours over for one month. All recorded programs are tagged by using sub data and you may search and watch them remotely on iPhone/iPad/PC/Android.
An iPhone app pulishing system to make iPhone version groumet e-books from current printed magazines. (from fan’s vote)
An online realtime collaboration drawing tool. The English version is getting over 30,000 users from oversea, which is more than Japanese users. [English available]
A Twitter-based content aggregation site. Many users listed, edited and emphasized public discussion threads from Twitter. About 5 million page views per month. (from fan’s vote)
A community site on where shoppers voice will be reflected to the next products bags and accessaries an online shop for self-designed PC bags and cases
A Possible Foursquare’s Japanese rival by Livedoor. Oriented to non-verbal social communication. Began with iPhone. Just released Japanese feature phones (3 carriers) and Android.
Sponsor’s session – PFU ScanSnap
ScanSnap is a commercial version of their world’s No.1 share enterprise scanner.
Recently many Japanese geeks scan their paper books/mangas, most case their report uses ScanSnap.
Prizes from contestant judge
AMN Awards – Garapon TV
Open Network Labs Awards – Orihime
TechWave Awards – Togetter
TechCrunch Japan Awards – Conyac
Impress Watch Awards – Cacoo
Mainichi.jp Awards – Paboo
Asahi.com Awards – Calil
Nikkei Digital Version Awards – Cerevo’s new gadget
The WISH 2010 Grand Prix
And the winner is… Paboo!
Gree CEO Tanaka commented that Paboo can be a platform service like Nico Nico Douga, which he values highly, and (of course) Gree.
Afterparty and WISH mascot character WISH-tan