Sponsors

            • Mitsubishi Corporation
            • Nippon Rent-A-Car
            • SHIMIZU CORPORATION
            • TOKYO SKYTREE
            • Toray Industries, Inc.
            • “ANA”
            • Nagoya Railroad Co.,Ltd.
            • Mitsubishi Chemical Holdings Corporation
            • ORIX
            • TOYOTA

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            #31

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            Tue 23 Oct, 2018

            “Autonomous” Agriculture from the Air. / Developing Innovative Home Electronics

            AIRTIMES

            CNBC Asia: Sun 28 Oct, 2018
            METRO TV: Sun 28 Oct, 2018
            USTREAM: Tue 30 Oct, 2018
            NIKKEI CNBC: Sun 28 Oct, 2018

            An entrepreneurial venture is developing an agricultural-use drone that can spray fertilizer and pesticide over farms autonomously. We report on its efforts to expand the business across Japan and the world.
            A manufacturer of home electronics recently unveiled a desk lamp for children that’s modeled on medical-use lighting fixtures. What led to its development?

             

             

             

            Program A

            Tokyo Trek: Ginza

            Program host, Makiko Utsuda, visits the exclusive Ginza neighborhood of Tokyo where the streets are lined with century-old businesses and luxury brand shops. She discovers so-called “antenna shops”, which are aimed at promoting products from outlying regions.

            Program A

            “Autonomous” Agriculture from the Air

            Entrepreneurial venture, Nileworks, has developed an agricultural-use drone. The drone can fly over farms along preset routes with a margin of error of just several centimeters, autonomously spraying fertilizer and pesticide. In addition, it can take pictures, which are used to forecast harvest yields.

            Program A

            Developing Innovative Home Electronics

            Home electronics manufacturer, Balmuda, recently unveiled a new desk lamp aimed at children that they say minimizes shadows. The company has come up with a slew of hit products by adding new value to conventional products. Will this latest item also become a hit with consumers?

            Program A

            Senken Shimbun: Mannequins

            “Senken Shimbun” is a trade publication focusing on the fashion business. We dig deeper into one of its articles about how the development of mannequins is heating up ahead of the Olympics.

            Program A

            The Japan Journal of Remodeling: Home Staging

            “The Japan Journal of Remodeling” is a trade publication focusing on the home renovation industry. We dig deeper into one of its articles about a new trend called “home staging”.

             * Available only on CNBC Asia.

             

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            #30

            UP DATE
            Tue 16 Oct, 2018

            Staying in Japan on a Shoestring. / Knowing with Brain Waves

            AIRTIMES

            CNBC Asia: Sun 21 Oct, 2018
            METRO TV: Sun 21 Oct, 2018
            USTREAM: Tue 23 Oct, 2018
            NIKKEI CNBC: Sun 21 Oct, 2018

            When tourists from abroad visit Japan, what kind of hotels do they want to stay at? Our topic this time is “hotels”.
            The “brain” is an area of our bodies that still remains a mystery. We report on new technologies to utilize brain waves.

             

             

             

            Program A

            Staying in Japan on a Shoestring

            With the growth in the number of visitors to Japan, demand for hotels and accommodations has also increased. Recently, hotels that offer more than just a bed to sleep in have been attracting attention. We report on a number of facilities that offer unique experiences albeit at affordable prices.

            Program A

            Tuning into “Vtubers”

            “Vtubers”, or virtual YouTubers, are actual people turned into anime-type computer graphics characters and create content on video streaming sites such as YouTube. Vtubers are exploding in popularity in Japan and are being enlisted for PR activities by not only companies but also local governments.

            Program A

            Knowing with Brain Waves

            Various products utilizing brain waves are being developed in Japan. They include wheelchairs that anyone can operate hands-free, as well as a device to make emotions visible by applying a proprietary analysis technology to hundreds of thousands of brain wave data. We introduce cutting-edge brain wave technologies that may transform our lives.

             * Available only on CNBC Asia.

             

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            Sponsors

            • Mitsubishi Corporation
            • Nippon Rent-A-Car
            • SHIMIZU CORPORATION
            • TOKYO SKYTREE
            • Toray Industries, Inc.
            • “ANA”
            • Nagoya Railroad Co.,Ltd.
            • Mitsubishi Chemical Holdings Corporation
            • ORIX
            • TOYOTA
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