Here’s a new batch of Pulsations, links to fresh stories and visuals about Japan, shout-outs to fellow bloggers and highly clickable stuff that we think you might enjoy.
In no particular order . . .
No Objections to Resident Evil’s “Deaf Composer” in Ace Attorney (from Kotaku): A fan-made satire video puts Mamoru Samuragochi on trial in a popular courtroom videogame series.
Sprint Turns to Spokes-Hamster (from Japan Realtime): Is the wireless carrier taking a cue from parent-company SoftBank’s talking dog?
252 Pocky lovers gather in Shibuya to set world record (from RocketNews24): It’s harder to sustain a relay of people feeding each other than you might think.
A ‘Heartbreak Box’ That Helps You Get Rid Of Your Ex-Lover’s Belongings (from Design Taxi): Japanese company Brandear has come up with a handy and charitable way to unload your ex’s stuff.
The Secret World of Japanese University Cafeterias (from Spoon & Tamago): Did you know a bunch of them are open to the public with the same student-geared prices?
Anime Japan was held March 22-23 at Tokyo Big Sight. MAiDiGi TV was at the convention collecting video highlights.