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Another Pokemon GO Death Reported In Japan

In the Japanese city of Kasugai, a 29-year-old woman was fatally hit by a car as she crossed the street on her bicycle. The driver had been playing Pokemon GO.

Woman Killed By Pokemon GO Driver

Last night at around 7:25PM in the Japanese city Tokushima, two women were hit while crossing the street, fatally injuring one of them. The driver, 39 year-old Keiji Goh, admitted that he wasn’t watching the road ahead, because he was playing Pokemon GO.

How Much Japanese Game Developers Make

Curious? A recent poll of nearly two thousand Japanese game developers reveals the average salaries for various jobs within the industry.

Life-Sized Anime Figures Sure Are Expensive

This is Mumei from the anime Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress. OK, it’s not actually Mumei, but a life-sized statue. An extremely expensive one, at that.

Ash From Pokemon Just Had The Battle Of His Life  

In the latest episode of Pokémon XYZ, Ash faced off against Alain for the Kalos League Championship. Since Ash has been doing so well this season and since he’s become somewhat of a cooler character, victory seemed possible.

Japanese Umbrella Martial Arts 

This is Hiroaki Tanaka. He likes to do martial arts with umbrellas while wearing a suit. I think he’s badarse.

Pokemon Sun And Moon Producer Bombarded With Pokemon GO Comments

OK, let’s get this straight. California-based Niantic develops Pokemon GO. Tokyo-based Game Freak makes the Pokemon video games. Got it? Because that’s probably why Game Freak co-founder Junichi Masuda can’t help you with your Pokemon GO problems!

Comparing The Pokemon Anime In To Its English Dub

If you’ve ever wanted to know how the latest Pokemon anime stacks up to the Japanese original, here’s your chance to find out.

Taboo High School Rumours Make For One Funny Anime

Do you remember all those taboo rumours you heard in school about the opposite sex that nobody ever really knew if they were true or not — not even members of the opposite sex?

How Blade Runner Teaches Bad Japanese Table Manners

It’s something I’ve noticed. I’ve noticed it in the US, and I’ve noticed it among Westerners who visit Japan. After breaking apart chopsticks, they begin rubbing them together.

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