A gamer's-world throwback to some key moments of 2022, a year Japanese pop culture shone through with smash-hit video games and anime.
One sponsor of G-Star has its own digital currency "coin" that links its various games together via the blockchain while others offer extraordinary visuals.
Influenced by Japan, developers across Southeast Asia are asserting their own cultural backgrounds to create experiences that gamers around the world can enjoy.
In a festival atmosphere, and with companies like Sega, Capcom, Square Enix and others, Gamer's World found much to celebrate at TGS 2022.
A hub for some of the best independent games from Japan and the world, the event takes place in the historical ex-capital of Kyoto.
Thunderous one moment and humorous the next, the Indian folk metal band promises: “We’ll change the world together, one song at a time.”
“I think there are complicated relationships between different countries. But we can all resonate together in music. Don't be enemies; be friends.” ーTell Chang
Band member Atsushi Yanaka on performing at Fuji Rock, representing Japan at the Tokyo Olympics Closing Ceremony, and returning to the global stage.
Our team at Naeba reviews the scenes and eclectic Day 3 lineup entertaining the crowd on the last day and night of the 2022 Fuji Rock...
It was an exciting second day with Bloodywood’s strong opening, while old and new groups, such as Jack White and ZOMBIE-CHANG, wowed the crowds.
It was an exciting first day with Awich’s breakthrough performance, The Hu resonating deeply in the mountain backdrop, old and new groups wowing the crowds.
What are non-fungible tokens anyway? Join us for a deep look at some of the questions and reservations about NFTs in Japan’s gaming world.