A Suzuki Samurai, also known as a Suzuki Jimmy in other parts of the world, isn’t typically a vehicle you would expect to see at Japan’s famed Tsukaba Circuit, but this modified version showed up and showed just how capable this mini off-road SUV really is. It comes powered by a 1.3L four-cylinder engine making 63 hp from the factory, but this one clearly has some upgrades.
Takara Tomy Arts unveiled what could quite possibly be the world’s first gacha machine backpack in celebration of Gacha Day on February 17th. If you’re unfamiliar with gachapon, it’s basically a vending machine that dispenses capsule toys. This backpack doubles as a functional machine that comes complete with a mechanical dial that can be turned just like on a real machine.
The all-new LEGO Art (31208) The Great Wave set consists of 1,180-pieces and reimagines the masterpiece by Katsushika Hokusai, a Japanese ukiyo-e artist of the Edo period. It is believed to have been originally printed on a woodblock in the early 1830s and has since been recreated as street art as well as countless merchandise worldwide.
Mitsubishi’s FUSO NOMADPro concept is basically a mobile home and office on wheels based on the company’s Canter chassis. The team collaborated with Tokyo-based Dream Drive to repurpose this truck for remote work, complete with a retractable right wing. When fully open, you’ll be able to completely focus on work or study while soaking up nature.
Let’s face it, sometimes a single air conditioner in a bustling room just isn’t powerful enough to cool everyone down, and that’s where Sony’s REON POCKET 3 comes in. Priced at $109 USD, it comes equipped with sensors that are capable of detecting motion sensors to detect movement, thus enabling the device to adjust the cooling speed as necessary.