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12 Aug 2009
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http://EffortlessEnglishClub.com Learn English fluently in Japan from English teacher AJ Hoge. Join the free email and video course. Osaka, Tokyo, Kyoto.
10 Sep 2009
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The Lee H. Brown Conservation Learning Center at the Reid Park Zoo in Tucson is Southern Arizona's 1st LEED Platinum Certified building. I had the pleasure of arranging a tour for visiting professors of urban engineering from Osaka City University.
8 Oct 2009
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I was really excited when I first learned about the Robovie-PC, the little Robot with a PC built in. Students at Electro-Communication University in Osaka competed in a princess rescue challenge and demonstrated that a robot can be romantic if you're willing to buy-in a little bit. Neal played around with SoundForge to create the soundtrack. Brief 655 was brought to you by SquareSpace.com, the easy way to build an inexpensive, great-looking Web site. Sign up using promo code GEEK and you'll save 12%.
5 Nov 2009
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Científicos de la escuela de ingeniería de Osaka, Japón, crearon un pez robot para exploración submarina. TeleSUR
8 Jan 2010
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http://www.gogonihon.com/en/learn-japanese-study-in-japan helps you to find a Japanese language school, that suits your needs, in Japan in cities such as Tokyo, Kyoto, Yokohama and Osaka. If you apply to a school in Japan through us, you will have many advantages compared to applying without any support. First, you'll be able to ask any questions you have about living and studying in Japan to people that have actually had long term experience and knowledge about studying and living in Japan. Secondly, we will listen to your thoughts and recommend a proven school that best suits your needs. Let's face it, all schools and places don't fit everyone. That's why we partner with several schools in different cities and locations around Japan - with more on the way. We personally visit and inspect all the schools we partner with to make sure the teaching quality live up to our standards. Third, we'll do all the boring paperwork for you. School application, visa application - you name it. Taking this off your mind saves you a great deal of time and energy, while also reducing the risk of rejection due to things like a simple misunderstanding with the papers that could cost weeks or even months in waiting time. Last but not least, we won't charge you any extra for this service. We also make sure that the price you pay the school is the same or even lower than if you would apply directly by yourself. Pretty sweet, huh?
9 Jul 2010
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This is a Karaoke song , Kitagunino haru. At Umeda, Osaka, Japan, 10 July 2010
14 Jul 2010
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Pennan Brae's new video, "Need You Now", is an energetic accompaniment to a quick-Paced little ditty from Brae's 2009 album 'Amber Glow.' Shot in Japan, the video follows a paper airplane as it flies through the streets and shops of Osaka, on its way to a young man's sweetheart. Injected throughout the video are close-Up shots of singer-Songwriter Pennan as he serenades into an electric blue mic and his guitarist strums along. Bright colors, lots of movement, and a heartwarming backstory make "Need You Now" a video worth giving up 150 seconds of your time for. Pennan Brae's video, 'Need You Now' was shot in the sweltering heat of Osaka this August, 2010. DIrected by Mogcat Productions, the premise is of a young man writing a love letter which he folds into a paper airplane & hurls in the air, hoping it finds his love. The paper airplane begins its hopeful journey for 'her'. It navigates crowds by the thousands, skips past planes, trains & automobiles & ventures in an arcade & music store, amongst other places. Pennan & Mogcat looked forward to uncovering attractive backdrops. Luckily, Osaka is full of bright lights & unique settings that only exist in Japan. The pair filmed on the roof of the highest spot in town. They captured a glass escalator 550 feet above the ground. The duo took for the tallest Ferris Wheel & timed their shots within the ride's big circle. They went underground for scenes in the Osaka subway system & filmed in the halls of an infamous 'love hotel' (ie; you can rent the room by the hour). Waived off by security guards & watched warily by security cameras, it was a non-Stop adventure from start to finish. & as day gives way to night, the paper airplane discovers its destination & lands at the feet of the girl for whom it was sent. As she opens the note, it reveals the title of the song & message of the author; 'I Need You Now'! Other Fun Facts: -2010 was the hottest summer on record in Japan since 1946 -Osaka recorded the hottest temperatures within Japan during the shooting of the video -2 Ferris Wheels were used in the video, 1 in Kobe & 1 in Osaka -3 locations were used; Kyoto, Kobe & Osaka Website: http://Www.Myspace.Com/Pennanbrae Don't you know I say I need you Yes I do Don't you know now that I need you Yes I do I need you now... Know the joy and pain Being by myself Felt the sun and rain Freedom and self-Doubt Now I've been through that Thought a time or two 'Bout my longings and desires To be with you I need you now... Now that you've tried To make it on your own What is rusted Was once a heart of gold As you decide To come back for a try Heard you whisper Beneath your alibi I need you now... All the things you do Time and time again Like the world they turn Back to you my friend If we pursue that path Which leads to our demise Its fruitless yield Would be as no surprise Let's buck the trend See with your own eyes
1 Oct 2010
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John Eimen's latest song was written, performed and posted on Feb. 18, 2011. Photos of Nara, Saidaiji, Nishi-No-Kyo and Osaka, Japan taken by John Eimen in February of 2011.
19 Feb 2011
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BY CHRISTINE SLUSSER You're watching multisource tech news analysis from Newsy It was the length of a real marathon, but lacked real human contestants. The world’s first robot race has officially begun...and ended, after nearly 55 hours. ITN reports it’s safe to say robots won’t be replacing humans anytime soon. “The start was tense, fear in their eyes. Right, and they’re off! Uhh...this may take some time.” (Video: ITN) UStream recorded the whole thing live...from the robot’s perspective, of course. It looks like the robot is going much faster than it actually is... a whopping .77 kilometers an hour! That’s about .4 miles/hour. VStone was the host of the Japanese robot marathon, so it may be no coincidence one of its own robots- with the words I Heart Osaka splashed across its metal chest- won it for the robot world. (Video: VStone) ieee Spectrum blogger says it was Vstone’s smarts that won them the race--using a technique other contestants didn’t. “Team Vstone used line-tracking to navigate the track, taking advantage of the rule allowing autonomous navigation.” And Robotland blog says humans have nothing to fear of a robot takeover, they’re just...too...slow. “The human marathon world record is 2 hours 3 minutes and 59 seconds, held by Ethiopian long-distance track and road running athlete Haile Gebrselassie. He is about 27 times faster than Robovie.” And while a writer for Tech Radar was thrilled robots were doing something “stupid” for human amusement, there were no flashy fireworks or stellar animatronics. “Sadly our visions of giant mechs stomping their way through downtown Tokyo were a bit ambitious: the five contestants in the inaugural Robo Mara are all around a foot high, which means it'd be a struggle for them to destroy downtown Toytown. So race of the future? Or just a waste of time? We’ll leave you with Robovie’s moment of glory- “Looks like it’s the I Heart Osaka robot heading in for the win... Oooooh! And the crowd goes wild...” 'Like' Newsy on Facebook for updates in your news feed Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy
1 Mar 2011
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Disruption of the Epithelial Barrier by Botulinum Hemagglutinin (HA), Speaker: Yukako Fujinaga, Osaka University, Japan
31 Mar 2011
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http://www.swissotelfilms.com/ Check out the new video "Fusion Kitchen" by Swissôtel Hotels & Resorts, a deluxe hotel chain. It is the first of a series of 5 funny videos focusing on the great conversations between guests at Swissôtel Hotels & Resorts. Whether you're staying at Swissôtel The Stamford Singapore, The Howard London, Chicago, Osaka or Tallinn, Swissôtel Hotels & Resorts is culturally fluent worldwide. Swissôtel Hotels and Resorts is a deluxe brand of hotels and resorts in major business and leisure locations worldwide.
3 May 2011
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A behind the scenes look at Francesco's Japan tour. Recorded live at Wazz Jazz Club in Osaka on September 18, 2009. Featuring: Francesco Crosara (piano), Yasushi Gonjo (bass), Larry Marshall (drums), Eric Weigmann (percussions & vocals). Video directed by Aaron Walker.
15 May 2011
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A behind the scenes look at Francesco's Japan tour. Recorded live at Wazz Jazz Club in Osaka on September 18, 2009. Featuring: Francesco Crosara (piano), Yasushi Gonjo (bass), Larry Marshall (drums), Eric Weigmann (percussions & vocals). Video directed by Aaron Walker. A musical retrospective, from early original compositions "Sarava", "Gymnopedie", "Suite Venus", "Passion", to recent works "Ecology", "Vajrasattva", "Kurama Suite".
16 May 2011
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A behind the scenes look at Francesco's Japan tour. Recorded live at Wazz Jazz Club in Osaka on September 18, 2009. Featuring: Francesco Crosara (piano), Yasushi Gonjo (bass), Larry Marshall (drums), Eric Weigmann (percussions & vocals). Video directed by Aaron Walker. A musical retrospective, from early original compositions "Sarava", "Gymnopedie", "Suite Venus", "Passion", to recent works "Ecology", "Vajrasattva", "Kurama Suite".
16 May 2011
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Pennan Brae's video, 'Need You Now' was shot in the sweltering heat of Osaka this August, 2010. Directed by Mogcat Productions, the premise is of a young man writing a love letter which he folds into a paper airplane & hurls in the air, hoping it finds his love. The paper airplane begins its hopeful journey for 'her'. It navigates crowds by the thousands, skips past planes, trains & automobiles & ventures in an arcade & music store, amongst other places. Pennan & Mogcat looked forward to uncovering attractive backdrops. Luckily, Osaka is full of bright lights & unique settings that only exist in Japan. The pair filmed on the roof of the highest spot in town. They captured a glass escalator 550 feet above the ground. The duo took for the tallest Ferris Wheel & timed their shots within the ride's big circle. They went underground for scenes in the Osaka subway system & filmed in the halls of an infamous 'love hotel' (ie; you can rent the room by the hour). Waived off by security guards & watched warily by security cameras, it was a non-stop adventure from start to finish. & as day gives way to night, the paper airplane discovers its destination & lands at the feet of the girl for whom it was sent. As she opens the note, it reveals the title of the song & message of the author; 'I Need You Now'! Other Fun Facts: -2010 was the hottest summer on record in Japan since 1946 -Osaka recorded the hottest temperatures within Japan during the shooting of the video -2 Ferris Wheels were used in the video, 1 in Kobe & 1 in Osaka -3 locations were used; Kyoto, Kobe & Osaka
22 Jul 2011
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