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  • 10:55, 29 September 2008 (hist) (diff) EMobile(New page: '''eMobile''' (イー・モバイル株式会社) is a cell phone service provider in Japan that originally only offered data services but has recently moved into the mobile phone market w...) (top)
  • 10:52, 29 September 2008 (hist) (diff) DoCoMo(New page: '''DoCoMo''' is a cell phone service provided by NTT Docomo, Inc. (株式会社エヌ・ティ・ティ・ドコモ). The name DoCoMo comes from the phrase “DO COmmunications over th...) (top)
  • 10:48, 29 September 2008 (hist) (diff) Design Tide(New page: '''Design Tide''' (also known as DesignTide Tokyo) is an annual Japanese design showcase trade show that displays many different kinds of design art, from interior design to graphi...) (top)
  • 10:45, 29 September 2008 (hist) (diff) Au by KDDI(New page: '''au by KDDI''' is the cell phone company run by the KDDI corporation. It is the 2nd largest Japanese cell phone service, with over 30,000,000 customers. ==History== The company t...) (top)
  • 10:41, 29 September 2008 (hist) (diff) 291295=HOMME(New page: '''291295=HOMME''' is a Japanese clothing company designed almost exclusively for men with a focus on urban wear. ==Overview== 291295=HOMME creates men’s clothing, including shirts, ...) (top)
  • 10:39, 29 September 2008 (hist) (diff) KDDI Designing Studio(New page: '''KDDI Designing Studio''' (KDDI デザイニングスタジオ) is a consumer showcase set up by the KDDI corporation to show off their new mobile phone devices and features. The add...) (top)
  • 10:37, 29 September 2008 (hist) (diff) NTT(New page: '''NTT''', or the Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporations (日本電信電話株式会社), is the largest telecommunications company in Japan for both its standard phone service and i...) (top)
  • 10:34, 29 September 2008 (hist) (diff) Sori Yanagi(New page: '''Sori Yanagi''' is a famous Japanese Designer. ==Biography== Sori Yanagi was born on June 29th, 1915 in Harajuku, Tokyo. He was born Satoshi Hazime (柳宗理) and goes by Sa...) (top)
  • 10:30, 29 September 2008 (hist) (diff) Teaching English in Japan(New page: '''Teaching English in Japan''' is one of the only ways to get a long term visa to stay in Japan as a foreigner and it is one of the most popular ways to visit Japan for something othe...) (top)
  • 10:27, 29 September 2008 (hist) (diff) Tokujin Yoshioka(New page: '''Tokujin Yoshioka''' is a Japanese designer. ==Biography== Tokujin Yoshioka was born on January 1st, 1967 in the Saga Prefecture. He graduated from the Kuwasawa Design School in...) (top)
  • 10:25, 29 September 2008 (hist) (diff) Willcom(New page: '''Willcom''' (株式会社ウィルコム) is a Japanese provider of personal handy phones, also known as PHS. Though a few more PHS phone services still exist, Willcom is expected to soo...) (top)
  • 16:18, 27 September 2008 (hist) (diff) Skymark Airlines(New page: '''SkyMark Airlines''' is a Japanese airline based out of Tokyo, Japan. The company operates regular passenger services throughout Japan’s many regional flights as well as in...) (top)
  • 16:14, 27 September 2008 (hist) (diff) Aoshima Chiho(New page: '''Chiho Aoshima''' (青島千穂) is a Japanese pop artists and a popular member of the Kaikai Kiki Collective of Takashi Murakami. Her work has become well known in recent months...) (top)
  • 16:09, 27 September 2008 (hist) (diff) Keiichi Tanaami(New page: '''Keiichi Tanaami''' is a Japanese artist and designer. His work is best known for its combination of multiple color schemes and styles in painting, film, and print mediums ==History== ...) (top)
  • 16:07, 27 September 2008 (hist) (diff) Nagi Noda(New page: '''Nagi Noda''' was a Japanese director and art director born in Tokyo, Japan. Her work made her one of the most prominent young designers in Japan and was represented in everythi...)
  • 16:06, 27 September 2008 (hist) (diff) Nova English School(New page: '''Nova English School''' was at one time the largest eikawa in Japan before collapsing in October of 2007 in bankruptcy. The program, had employed more than 15,000 teachers from E...) (top)
  • 16:03, 27 September 2008 (hist) (diff) JAL (Japan Air Lines)(New page: '''JAL (Japan Airline)''' is a Japanese airline and one of the top airlines in Asia. Based out of Shinagawa, Tokyo, Japan, the airline provides both international and domestic ...) (top)
  • 15:59, 27 September 2008 (hist) (diff) Tokyo Zoo (Ueno)(New page: The '''Tokyo Zoo''' (Ueno) is a zoo operated by the Tokyo Metropolitan Government in Taito, Tokyo, Japan. The zoo is Japan’s oldest and best known zoo and was originally ...) (top)
  • 15:57, 27 September 2008 (hist) (diff) University of Tokyo(New page: The '''University of Tokyo''', often abbreviated simply as Todai is a major research school in Tokyo, Japan. The school consists of 10 separate facilities with 30,000 students,...) (top)
  • 15:56, 27 September 2008 (hist) (diff) Theme Parks in Japan(New page: '''Theme Parks in Japan''' are rampant, many of them built during the bubble years of the 1980s and 1990s in the Japanese economy. Ranging between domestic and overseas properties, parks t...) (top)
  • 15:54, 27 September 2008 (hist) (diff) Tokyo History(New page: '''Tokyo History''' Tokyo is largely made up of the land that was during the Ritsuryo System the Province of Musashi, established in the 7th Century. The original Toshima, [[E...) (top)
  • 15:50, 27 September 2008 (hist) (diff) Tokyo Sarin Gas Attack(New page: The '''Tokyo Sarin Gas Attack''' was an act of terrorism carried out by members of Aum Shinrinkyo on March 20, 1995. Five separate, coordinated attacks involved the release of sarin ga...) (top)
  • 15:48, 27 September 2008 (hist) (diff) Universal Studios Japan(New page: '''Universal Studios Japan''' is located in Osaka Japan and is one of three major Universal Studios theme parks in the world. The park, modeled after the Universal Studios Orlando ...) (top)
  • 11:45, 27 September 2008 (hist) (diff) Wonderwall(New page: '''Wonderwall''' is a design company in Japan. It was founded by Masamichi Katayama, and is best known for designed “BAPE” (A Bathing Ape) workshops in Japan, Europe, New York ...) (top)
  • 11:44, 27 September 2008 (hist) (diff) Tokyo Spas(New page: '''Tokyo Spas''', also known as “Onsen” (hot springs, 温泉), are popular attractions for both tourists and residents of Japan and Tokyo. While the word “onsen” technically re...) (top)
  • 11:42, 27 September 2008 (hist) (diff) Tokyo Hostels(New page: '''Tokyo Hostels''' are inexpensive places in Japan to stay during a short trip or visit. Also referred to as “youth hostels,” these hostels are one of the cheapest ways to stay in Jap...) (top)
  • 11:39, 27 September 2008 (hist) (diff) Tokyo Guest Houses(New page: '''Tokyo Guest Houses''' are short term residencies in Japan. Sometimes referred to as “Gaijin (Foreigner) Houses” they often resemble apartments because they are furnished and som...) (top)
  • 11:37, 27 September 2008 (hist) (diff) Tokyo Government(New page: The '''Tokyo Government''', also known as the Tokyo Metropolitan Government (東京都庁), is the main government of the city of Tokyo. Headquartered in Shinjuku, the Tokyo govern...) (top)
  • 11:34, 27 September 2008 (hist) (diff) Softbank(New page: '''Softbank''' (ソフトバンク株式会社) is a holding company best known as a Japanese mobile phone and media organization. It is the third largest mobile phone company in Japan, wi...) (top)
  • 11:32, 27 September 2008 (hist) (diff) Mixi(New page: '''Mixi''' (ミクシィ) is a social networking site in Japan. Of all of the Japanese social networking sites in existence, Mixi retains the vast majority of the market share for a na...) (top)
  • 11:30, 27 September 2008 (hist) (diff) Masakatsu Sashie(New page: '''Masakatsu Sashie''' is a Japanese painter. He was born in 1974 in Kanazawa. He graduated from the Kanazawa College of art and currently teaches there. ==Artistic Style== Wh...) (top)
  • 11:28, 27 September 2008 (hist) (diff) Living in Tokyo(New page: '''Living in Tokyo''' is a common hope of many western youths. Due to the unique lifestyle and culture in Tokyo, the appeal to live in Japan has its own nickname (Japanophilia). =...) (top)
  • 11:26, 27 September 2008 (hist) (diff) Taxis in Tokyo(New page: '''Taxis in Tokyo''' are a popular way to travel as a tourist in Tokyo. While most people know of the railway transit systems, taxis are still a common way to travel, especially fo...) (top)
  • 11:24, 27 September 2008 (hist) (diff) Ikko Tanaka(New page: '''Ikko Tanaka''' (田中 一光) was a Japanese graphic designer. He was born in January 1st, 1930 in Nara. He passed away on January 10th, 2002 at the age of 71. Ikko was well known...) (top)
  • 11:22, 27 September 2008 (hist) (diff) Hideaki Kawashima(New page: '''Hideaki Kawashima''' is a Japanese artist. He was born in 1969 in the Aichi Prefecture in China, but currently resides in Tokyo, Japan. He graduated from [[Tokyo Zokei Unive...) (top)
  • 11:20, 27 September 2008 (hist) (diff) Ayako Rokkaku(top)
  • 11:19, 27 September 2008 (hist) (diff) Avex(New page: '''Avex''' (エイベックス・グループ・ホールディングス株式会社) also known as “Avex Group Holdings” is a company that funds and holds onto companies that produce ...) (top)
  • 11:15, 27 September 2008 (hist) (diff) Aum Shinrikyo(New page: '''Aum Shinrikyo''' (オウム真理教) is a religious movement in Japan. It is often referred to as a cult, but it originally began as a meditation group before slowly becoming a religio...) (top)
  • 11:11, 27 September 2008 (hist) (diff) Japan Rail Pass(New page: The '''Japan Rail Pass''' (ジャパンレールパス) is a travel pass for all trains run by the Japan Railway Group (trains indicated by a “JR” before their name). ==Overview== ...) (top)
  • 11:09, 27 September 2008 (hist) (diff) Japanese Mobile Phone Companies(New page: '''Japanese Mobile Phone Companies''' are some of the most important industries in Japan, we cell phones and cell phone technology is extremely popular across all of Japan, especially in [...) (top)
  • 11:05, 27 September 2008 (hist) (diff) Kenichi Yokono(New page: '''Kenichi Yokono''' is a Japanese artist born in 1972 in Kanazawa, Ishikawa. He is best known for his woodcutting, often created with very bold colors, usually red. He is a member...) (top)
  • 10:45, 18 September 2008 (hist) (diff) Setting up a Company in Japan(New page: '''Setting up a company''' in Japan requires that you fully understand the types of businesses you can set up in Japan and some of the laws associated with it. ==Basic Information== There...) (top)
  • 10:42, 18 September 2008 (hist) (diff) Miss Japan Pageant(New page: The '''Miss Japan Pageant''' (ミス日本コンテスト) is a beauty pageant to crown “Miss Japan.” It is sometimes referred to as the “Miss Japan Contest” as well as the “Mis...) (top)
  • 10:39, 18 September 2008 (hist) (diff) Japanese Visa Info(New page: A '''Japanese Visa''' is necessary if you want to stay in Japan for any type of non-vacation activity. But due to the extreme population density in Japan, the availability of Visas is very...) (top)
  • 10:35, 18 September 2008 (hist) (diff) Education in Japan(New page: '''Education in Japan''' is based, largely, on the American standards of education introduced after World War II. There is 6 years of elementary school, 3 years of Junior High School, ...) (top)
  • 10:32, 18 September 2008 (hist) (diff) Daido Moriyama(New page: '''Daido Moriyama''' (森山 大道) is a Japanese photographer. Born on October 10th, 1938 in Ikeda, Osaka. He moved to Tokyo in 1961 to work as an assistant to [[Eikoh Ho...) (top)
  • 10:29, 18 September 2008 (hist) (diff) Air Travel in Japan(New page: '''Air travel in Japan''' comes in many different types. Japan is one of the most common tourist destinations and has many businesses that require constant travel around the country, so do...) (top)
  • 10:25, 18 September 2008 (hist) (diff) Eikoh Hosoe(New page: '''Eikoh Hosoe''' (細江英公) is a Japanese filmmaker and photographer. He was born on March 18th, 1933 in Yonezawa, Yamagata. He is best known for his post World War II wor...) (top)
  • 10:22, 18 September 2008 (hist) (diff) Hiroshi Sugimoto(New page: '''Hiroshi Sugimoto''' (杉本博司) is a Japanese Photographer. He was born on February 23rd, 1948 in Tokyo. Currently he works in both Tokyo and New York in the United States. ...) (top)
  • 10:20, 18 September 2008 (hist) (diff) Nobuyoshi Araki(New page: '''Nobuyoshi Araki''' (荒木 経惟) is a contemporary Japanese photographer. He was born on May 25th, 1940 in Tokyo. He is often referred to as simply “Araki.” ==Photographic St...) (top)

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