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1. “Nano care” from Panasonic

This dryer impresses a lot of women!


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This “Nano care” series are the hot seller since several years. “Nano-care” changed the general idea for hair dryer that it’s a tool to get wet hair dried. This great invention added the function of “hair care”. What is written in this ads on the top is “Head spa at the same time as drying your hair”.

The function


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“Nano care” gives off several kinds of negative air ionization therapy, which make the hair beautiful and strong enough not to be damaged by ultra violet ray.

Many girls get addicted to “Nano care”.


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This is the ads of Nano care. This fashion model says “As if I was giving my hair a treatment!! My hair get dried soon, but kept moist.” Of course this phrase is to attract people, but it’s true that a lot of Japanese girls get surprised after using this hair dryer. (I’m a one of them.) If you have Japanese female friends, ask them what is the most recommended hair dyer in Japan. Many or all of them would reply to you that it’s “Nano care” from Panasonic.

2. Electric toothbrush

Now, most of Japanese use the electric one.


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Electric toothbrush is now very popular and common in Japan. You have many choices from OMRON, Panasonic, Braun, PHILIPS etc. But it’s not only the maker which brings you irresolute, but also the stylish design!

Panasonic


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OMRON, GOOD DESIGN AWARD in 2012.


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Disney


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neu, BEST OF PACKAGING IN JAPAN in 2012


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mix


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3. Roomba from iRobot

An autonomous robotic vacuum cleaners which are getting popularity in Japan


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For instance, the Roomba is able to change direction on encountering obstacles, detect dirty spots on the floor, and detect steep drops to keep it from falling down stairs. It uses two independently operating wheels that allow 360 degree turns. Additionally, it can adapt to perform other more “creative” tasks using an embedded computer in conjunction with the Roomba Open Interface.

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This helpful “pet” becomes more and more popular in Japan! Besides to its quality, many ads help Rooma’s popularity.

Graduation from cleaning!


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Roomba with famous Japanese rock singer


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Tortoise Matsumoto, a vocalist of Japanese rock group Ulfuls is one of the fan of Roomba. He wrote the words for Roomba, “You, who can only do cleaning and Me, who cannot even do cleaning, if we live together, it’s great. You and me forever in this room…♪”

“Discussion is your task.”


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“Cleaning is Roomba’s task.”


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Roomba cleans your room instead of you, more than you do.


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Where is the best place to buy them?

◆Yosobashi Camera


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Yodobashi Camera Co., Ltd. (株式会社ヨドバシカメラ Kabushiki Gaisha Yodobashi Kamera?) is a chain store mainly selling electronic products. Currently, there are 21 stores in Japan. It also maintains two online stores in China; one with a limited selection of products from its Japanese online store through SBI VeriTrans that supports payments by UnionPay, and another it operates itself that does not but has a selection more closely matching its Japanese store.

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Head store: Shinjuku Nishiguchi honten

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Address. 1-11-1 Nishi-shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo. Transport 2min. Form Shinjuku Staion (JR lines etc). Telephone 03 3346 1010. Open Open 9:30pm-10pm daily.

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◆BIC CAMERA


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Bic Camera Inc (株式会社ビックカメラ Kabushiki-gaisha Bic Camera?) is a consumer electronics retailer chain in Japan. Currently, it has 39 stores in Japan. It has a 15% stake in Best Denki[1] and a wholly owned subsidiary, Sofmap.[2]

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Head store: Ikebukuro honten

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Don’t forget to buy a transformer!!


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If you want  to know more what to buy from Japan, here is our another list.

15 Must-Buy Souvenirs from Japan

 

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