It is a parody of long-running cooking show “3-minutes Cooking”(3分クッキング). Docomo Fries Shrimps In 3 Seconds To Show How Its LTE Is Fast
Professional Soccer team Nagoya Grampus, which is based in Japan’s third largest city Nagoya, is running a tie-up promotion with the American movie Men In Black 3. Buzzed on blogs and Twitter. At Nagoya-city metro station. (Photo by mapigation)
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On the very same date (June 7) after Nintendo announced Wii U at E3, new controller seemed to inspire potential Japanese buyers. Click to see the original (NSFW) by @nemuke. Another one.
We reported that placeholder public service commercial buzzed crazy a week after the Eastern Japan Disasters. This AC commercial film parodies have been being added more and more. Each of cartoon character on the original ads calling people in society to greet and care each other, now has its own derivative works by mainly users… Continue reading Public Service AC Commercial Buzz Pulls More Parody Videos
El Shaddai – Ascension of the Metatron – [J] is a Playstation3/Xbox360 action game. The game having the Hebraic name of God is planned to be released in 2011 so at this point there are only an official site and few demo movies. However, this uncompleted game has been causing huge buzz on Japanese web.… Continue reading El Shaddai – The Latest Japanese Internet Meme
China’s largest e-commerce company Alibaba.com seems to have a good sense of humour and doing viral marketing there in the secret Chinese web. Chinese film creator Hu Ge(胡戈) makes a parody movie of the former US president Bush’s dodging thrown shoes at a press conference in Iraq. In the movie the president was less patient… Continue reading President Thrown Shoes Ads by Alibaba China
Tokyo Gundam could not move like this! Singapore Navy also has a transforming battleship. via 21th Century China News Blog [J] See Also: Critics on news Huanqiu.com in mainland China [Simplified Chinese]
I just got back from Sony’s “VAIO type P” blogger event in Ginza, Tokyo. The type P is a pretty compact machine but it still has impressive features for a notebook PC. (I’m trying to stop myself from clicking the “Buy Now” button.) Sony’s “It fits in your back pocket” promotion prompted some net users… Continue reading “Is that a VAIO in your pocket or are you just happy to see me?”