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Super Nintendo World Osaka Indefinitely Postponed by Japan State of Emergency

Super Nintendo World’s Osaka-located attraction can’t catch a break as it has been indefinitely postponed once again because of Japan’s State of Emergency, sure to have some wondering if the meddlesome Coronavirus will ever be purged. Initially meant to open before the start of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, and then pushed back to February 4th, […]
Tags: Health, Games, Japan, Tourism, Nintendo, Tokyo, Anime, Announcements, Cancellations, Osaka, Coronavirus


Everything you need to know about Super Nintendo World at Universal Studios Japan

The world’s first Super Nintendo World themed land will let Universal Studios Japan visitors climb behind the wheel of a life-size Mario Kart race car and step inside a real-world version of a video game filled with interactive piranha plants, thwomps and question mark boxes. The $580 million Super Nintendo World debuts Feb. 4 at Universal Studios Japan with soft opening previews already underway. Sign up for our Park Life newsletter and find out what’s new and interesting every week at Souther...
Tags: Japan, Florida, Hollywood, California, Singapore, Disney, Digital, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Nintendo, Mario, Luigi, Tokyo, Universal, Amusement Parks


Super Nintendo World opening delayed again due to COVID-19

Super Nintendo World won't open on February 4th as scheduled, as Japan declared a state of emergency in Osaka to fight a rising tide of...
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Super Nintendo World opening delayed due to Osaka state of emergency

USJ’s latest area had a February 4th opening date
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Coronavirus live news: US sees record 4,327 deaths reported in one day; Japan extends state of emergency

Johns Hopkins tracker shows shocking figure; restrictions to spread beyond Tokyo to include Osaka and KyotoNHS England to send hospital patients to hotels to free up bedsChina sees biggest daily Covid tally since July as WHO prepares to fly inTokyo 2020 head says ‘impossible’ to delay Olympics as opposition growsUK coronavirus updates - liveSee all our coronavirus coverage 11.30am GMT The coronavirus mutation first found in Britain has now spread to 50 territories, according to the World Hea...
Tags: Europe, Japan, China, US, UK News, World news, Australia news, US news, Britain, World Health Organization, Un, Tokyo, Johns Hopkins, Osaka, Coronavirus, COVID


Coronavirus live news: Japan extends state of emergency; travellers to US will soon need negative test pre-flight

Restrictions to spread beyond Tokyo to include Osaka and Kyoto; US testing requirements expanded to most international air travellersNHS England to send hospital patients to hotels to free up bedsChina sees biggest daily Covid tally since July as WHO prepares to fly inTokyo 2020 head says ‘impossible’ to delay Olympics as opposition growsSee all our coronavirus coverage 8.23am GMT Germany will not be able to lift all measures aimed at curbing the spread of the coronavirus at the beginning of...
Tags: Europe, Japan, England, London, Germany, US, UK News, World news, Australia news, US news, Tokyo, Kyoto, Osaka, Reuters, South East, Jens Spahn


Radikal-Haarschnitt: Meine Locken haben noch nie besser ausgesehen

Die meisten Menschen mit Locken können ein Lied davon singen: Ein guter Haarschnitt – egal wie radikal – macht einen riesigen Unterschied. Lockiges Haar sieht im Anschluss nicht nur unglaublich gut aus, sondern strahlt außerdem gesund und happy. Zippy Burman, eine in Los Angeles ansässige Kreativberaterin und der Star der neuesten Folge von Hair Me Out, kann das nur bestätigen. Burman hat im Laufe der Jahre viele verschiedene Looks ausprobiert. Darunter waren auch verschiedene Längen un...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Los Angeles, Osaka, Burman, Haar, Stolz, Schnitt, Langen, meine Locken, Zippy Burman, Kreativberaterin, Promi Stylistin, Zufügen von Stufen, Zeit Burmans Haarpracht, Lockiges Haar


「Eat, Drink, and Stand in Japan」featuring the tachinomiya Tenbun is the cover story for the print version of Anthropology News (November/December 2020)

Also available online: https://www.anthropology-news.org/index.php/2021/01/08/eat-drink-and-stand-in-japan/ My text was severely edited (for brevity and to appeal to a wider audience I suppose) but I think the photos look great! I like the layout in the print version better. Send me an e-mail if you want a pdf copy. The original pitch: In Japan, food is prominent in documentaries, cooking shows, travel shows, variety shows, dramas, manga, anime, books, magazines, blogs, Facebook and Instagra...
Tags: Facebook, Photography, Japan, Anthropology, Levi Strauss, Photo Essay, Announcement, Osaka, Visual Anthropology, Tachinomiya, Visual Ethnography, Tenbun, Tenbun Tenbun


Meet Kai - the new dog in the neighborhood (I'm not a dog person but must admit this one can be filed under kawaii...)

The cross roads of this busy pedistrian path has a new attraction - Kai. Kai's self introduction messages have been growing over the last few weeks - this is what it has become. Fast facts: Kai was born in Kyoto but now lives in Osaka with his new family. Please do not feed the dog. Please do not tease the dog. Please play with the dog nicely. Kai wishes everyone a Happy New Year! Kai is looking forward to becoming a good citizen in the neighborhood. Kai has already become popular with ...
Tags: Photography, Dogs, Anthropology, Photo Essay, Kawaii, Kyoto, Osaka, Kai, Kai Kai


‘Doctor Who’ Tries to Resolve Its Identity Crisis With the Mostly Solid “Revolution of the Daleks”

For the past two seasons, Doctor Who has been going through an identity crisis. What kind of show is Doctor Who now? What kind of character is Jodie Whittaker‘s Doctor? The answer has constantly eluded us, even 22 episodes into showrunner Chris Chibnall‘s era. Russell T. Davies’ era was the campy family soap. Steven Moffat’s was the fairy tale adventure. And now, as we head into a new year and the 3rd season of Chris Chibnall’s era (13th overall), we still have no idea what kind of show our bel...
Tags: England, Television, Movies, Doctor Who, Sci-fi, Earth, Bbc, Features, Graham, Leo, Jack, Steven Moffat, Patterson, Cheltenham, Osaka, Russell T Davies


Year-in-Review: 2020

We’re almost at the end of a very wild year. Thankfully time stops for nobody, not even for a boss-level, once in a lifetime year that is 2020. It certainly didn’t stand still for me, else I would have published my 2018 and 2019 review posts! For many people in the EN speaking world, everyday has been replaced by a new reality. Grappling with Anime blogging seems not only quaint but completely ineffective today as a way to communicate. That said, it’s never only, or mostly, about communicati...
Tags: Japan, Anime, Osaka, Fukuoka, Dai, Babylonia, Modern Visual Culture, Makuhari Messe Event Hall, Asakura Momo, Introspectives, Cinderella Girls, Bandori, Sakura Taisen, Ueda Reina, Ueda Kana, Shiny Colors


Richtig schöne Haare: Mit diesen Basics klappt’s!

Ist dir eigentlich schon einmal aufgefallen, dass diejenigen von uns mit den schönsten Haaren üblicherweise die unkomplizierteste Haarpflegeroutine haben? Heutzutage ist es überhaupt kein Problem mehr, deine Locken zu glätten oder deine Haare in Locken zu legen. Beim Färben stehen dir alle Farben des Regenbogens zur Verfügung und du kannst deiner Haarpracht jede mögliche Textur deiner Wahl verleihen. Dennoch bewundern wir meistens jene Personen, deren Haare uns mit ihrer Natürlichkeit – ode...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Osaka, Weise, Wahl, Personen, Eines, Hauch, Farbe, Haar, Nick Arrojo, Schnitt, Arrojo, Locken, Haaren, Haare


Starvation death of mother and daughter in Japan reveals harsh cost of poverty in the time of coronavirus

Support centres around the country have seen a surge in consultations, but the tragedy in Osaka shows that there are also those who fall...
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Shigeru Miyamoto Tours the Spectacular Super Nintendo World

Shigeru Miyamoto has starred in a recent Nintendo Direct to advertise the now finished Super Nintendo World theme park in Osaka and showcase its various sights and attractions, with the Nintendo paradise, of course, even implementing a smartphone app to keep visitors coming back daily. The thorough 15-minute Nintendo Direct will surely sate the appetite […]
Tags: Games, Technology, Marketing, Tourism, Nintendo, Mario, Anime, Universal Studios, Osaka, Shigeru Miyamoto, Nintendo Direct


More Super Nintendo World Details Revealed – Here’s What You Need to Know About Universal’s Immersive Theme Park Land

Universal Studios shook up the entire theme park landscape with the Wizarding World of Harry Potter when it opened in 2007. Now, they’re looking to do it again with another franchise beloved by people of all ages and from all around the world. 2021 will see the arrival of Super Nintendo World at Universal Studios Japan in Osaka. Featuring rides and attractions based on Mario, Yoshi, and other beloved characters, the theme park expansion looks to immerse visitors in the colorful and exciting wor...
Tags: Japan, Movies, Nintendo, Mario, Theme Parks, Bob, Mario Kart, Universal Studios, Osaka, Shigeru Miyamoto, Orlando Florida, Yoshi, Los Angeles California, Bowser, Universal Studios Japan, Miyamoto


Trump signs bill that could kick Chinese companies off US stock exchanges unless they agree to American accounting standards

US President Donald Trump and China's President Xi Jinping attend a bilateral meeting on the sidelines of the G20 Summit in Osaka on June 29, 2019. Brendan Smialowski/AFP via Getty Images Trump on Friday signed a bill that would ban Chinese companies from being listed on US stock exchanges unless they adhere to American accounting standards. Under the Holding Foreign Companies Accountable Act, foreign firms aren't allowed to trade shares on any US exchange if they fail audits from US r...
Tags: Politics, Congress, White House, China, US, International, Trends, Markets, Economy, Beijing, United States, Xi Jinping, Foreign Policy, Alibaba, National Security, Donald Trump


Yuru Camp Food Truck Selling Comfortably Cooked Meals

An official Yuru Camp Season 2 promotional campaign has started as a special food truck will be touring various major Japanese cities and serving up meals seen throughout the show. Before starting operations on January 17th, the truck will be driving and promoting the upcoming anime throughout various Japanese cities, starting from Osaka and ending […]
Tags: Food, Marketing, Events, Anime, Announcements, Osaka, Yuru Camp, Yuru Camp Season


Hokusai’s Iconic Print, “The Great Wave off Kanagawa,” Recreated with 50,000 LEGO Bricks

For those with the time, skill, and drive, LEGO is the perfect medium for wildly impressive recreations of iconic structures, like the Taj Mahal, Eiffel Tower, the Titanic and now the Roman Colosseum. But water? A wave? And not just any wave, but Katsushika Hokusai‘s celebrated 19th-century woodblock print, The Great Wave off Kanagawa. As Open Culture’s Colin Marshall pointed out earlier, you might not know the title, but the image is instantly recognizable. Artist Jumpei Mitsui, the world’...
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Lego Version of Hokusai’s Iconic The Great Wave off Kanagawa

Jumpei Mitsui, the youngest-ever Lego Certified Professional, has created a Lego version of Hokusai’s iconic woodblock print, The Great Wave off Kanagawa. The Great Wave is perhaps the most recognizable (and most covered) Japanese artwork in the world. Mitsui’s Lego rendering is composed of 50,000 pieces and took 400 hours to build. From Spoon & Tamago: In ensuring that his 3D lego replica not only payed homage to the original but also captured the dynamics of crashing waves, Mitsui says he...
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Iconic Japanese woodblock print "The Great Wave" recreated in Lego

Lego Certified Professional Jumpei Mitsui brought Hokusai's iconic ukiyo-e woodblock print "The Great Wave off Kanagawa" (c. 1829-1833) into the Lego realm. Marvel at this incredible work in Osaka's Hankyu Brick Museum. 富嶽三十六景 神奈川沖浪裏 をレゴで立体化しました。長年作りたいテーマで頭の中でイメージはできていたのですが、今回ついに具現化することができました。立体なので色んなアングルから楽しめる作品になっています。今日から大阪の阪急三番街・HANKYU BRICK MUSEUMで常設展示しています! pic.twitter.com/fHEXvxfYDT— 三井淳平 / Jumpei Mitsui (@Jumpei_Mitsui) December 11, 2020 レゴで作った「富嶽三十六景 神奈川沖浪裏」を動画で撮って...
Tags: Art, Post, News, Prints, Lego, Osaka, Hokusai, Kanagawa, Woodblocks, Jumpei Mitsui, Hankyu Brick Museum


While you weren't looking, everything with China went off the rails

US President Donald Trump and China's President Xi Jinping attend a bilateral meeting on the sidelines of the G20 Summit in Osaka on June 29, 2019. Brendan Smialowski/AFP via Getty Images US-China relations have taken a nosedive over the last few months. Instead of focusing on the trade war, the Trump administration is laser focused on even more contentious parts of the relationship in an attempt to push US policy toward a harder line before it leaves power. Meanwhile China has picked ...
Tags: Hong Kong, Australia, Washington, China, US, America, Trends, Beijing, Canada, Xi Jinping, Vancouver, Kremlin, Biden, Donald Trump, Huawei, Osaka


Concern in Japan over high number of ‘lonely deaths’ while living with others

Dementia linked to many instances of people dying at home among family but remaining undiscovered for daysOfficials in Japan have warned that dementia and the fraying of traditional community ties are contributing to a new social phenomenon – people who die at home but remain undiscovered for days, even though they were living with family.The Mainichi Shimbun newspaper reported that 538 people died “lonely deaths” while living with others in Tokyo and Osaka between 2017 and last year, prompting ...
Tags: Health, Japan, Society, World news, Mental Health, Asia Pacific, Death and dying, Tokyo, Dementia, Older people, Osaka, Mainichi Shimbun


Japan preparing to send military nurses to areas hit hard by virus

Japan is preparing to send nurses from the Self-Defense Forces to Osaka and Hokkaido to help treat a surge in coronavirus infections as...
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The US and China are breaking up. The only question now is how ugly it will get.

Madoka Ikegami - Pool/Getty Images; Samantha Lee/Business Insider The question is not when or whether the US and China will decouple. Decoupling has already begun, and the questions now are how deep it will go and how smoothly it will be carried out. As Beijing has flexed its muscles in Asia and around the world, the US — along with much of the West — has stopped trusting Chinese leadership to act in good faith. Once participants in China's rise, Western nations now see it as adversarial....
Tags: Asia, Hong Kong, Japan, Australia, Washington, North Korea, France, White House, China, India, US, America, Trends, Eu, Joe Biden, Iran


Visa picks W+K, and Facebook wrangles anti-vaccine lies: Friday Wake-Up Call

Welcome to Ad Age’s Wake-Up Call, our daily roundup of advertising, marketing, media and digital news. If you're reading this online or in a forwarded email, here's the link to sign up for our Wake-Up Call newsletters. In the cards Financial giant Visa picked Wieden+Kennedy as its new creative agency, five months after issuing an RFP that began the company’s move away from BBDO. Publicis maintains its hold on Visa’s $200 million global media account. “Until the review, Visa had worked wit...
Tags: Facebook, Japan, Hbo, Microsoft, Amc, Advertising, Nike, Sony, Nintendo, Warner, Warner Bros, WPP, Visa, Osaka, McDonald, Naomi Osaka


43-Year-Old Thief Successfully Stole Over 100 Seifuku

A dastardly criminal’s thieving spree has been ended prematurely by Osaka police as the 43-year-old man has “retired” from the profession with a record of 100+ seifuku, sure to simultaneously astound and appall. The middle-aged part-time employee was apprehended by police for allegedly stealing a girl’s school uniform last month, with his filching apparently being […]
Tags: Japan, Crime, Theft, Anime, Fetish, Osaka, Seifuku


Alpaca carpets, Saint Laurent surfboards, and Basquiat paintings: Meet the interior designer who worked with Kylie Jenner on her lavish mansion in one of LA's ritziest suburbs

Martyn Lawrence Bullard. Lu Tapp Martyn Lawrence Bullard is one of the most prolific interior designers in the world. His clients include Kylie Jenner, Khloe and Kourtney Kardashian, Cher, Tommy Hilfiger, and even Kid Rock. In an interview with Business Insider, Bullard talked about his design principles and his famous work on Jenner's Hidden Hills home, Cher's LA condo, and Tommy Hilfiger's Miami escape pad.  Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. In 2018, Martyn Lawrence Bu...
Tags: Feature, Design, London, Entertainment, La, India, Los Angeles, Trends, Wealth, Switzerland, James Bond, Miami, Warhol, Kardashian, Kylie Jenner, Cher


BLM Supporter Naomi Osaka Getting Her Own Japanese Manga

Japan has developed a rather unhealthy obsession for tennis player Naomi Osaka as the BLM-supporting individual is getting her own manga, an event that may have critics wondering if political propaganda will be present, which would be rare for Japanese manga. Osaka is notable for having various achievements in the world of Tennis, though some […]
Tags: Japan, Politics, Sports, International, Racism, Tennis, Anime, Announcements, BLM, Osaka, Naomi Osaka, Kodansha


The best books of 2020, according to Amazon's editors

When you buy through our links, we may earn money from our affiliate partners. Learn more. Amazon; Gilbert Espinoza/Business Insider The year will soon be coming to an end, and Amazon's book editors have marked the occasion with a curated list of the best books of 2020.The list of 20 top reads encompasses titles of all genres, including profound memoirs, heart-racing thrillers, courageous and captivating novels, and everything in between.We rounded up all the books that made this year's ...
Tags: Amazon, Facebook, Japan, India, America, Trends, Brooklyn, Pennsylvania, Houston, Osaka, Insta, Benson, Bella, Mike, Bennett, Kong


Super Nintendo World is opening at Universal Studios Japan in February. Here's a sneak peek

Get ready to slap on your Mario Kart racing gear and toss some Koopa Shells. The world's first Super Nintendo World is set to open inside the Universal Studios Japan theme park in Osaka next year.
Tags: Japan, Cnn, Mario Kart, Universal Studios, Osaka