Sponsors, I’ve got sponsors, I’ve got stacks of lovely sponsors (should be sung to the “stacks and stacks of letters” melody) — the current group includes H.I.S. Experience, TAB Jobs, Chin Music Press, and Tokyo Recohan. Click, visit, and show some love!
A new Polypunk (25) is up, Digiki’s last one for the year.
Retired Weapons have a released a new design for sending out Christmas e-card wishes.
Tonight (December 3) is this month’s edition (Vol. 16) of PauseTalk at Cafe Pause, with the usual start time of 19:30. Things will be back to normal following last month’s special edition — which I admit was more an evening of presentations compared to the regular talk format. Looking forward to it!
I already felt taxi prices were high in Tokyo, and now this: “Taxi fares were increased Monday in Tokyo and Kanagawa Prefecture. The first price increase since April 1997 raised the flag-down fare for the first 2 kilometers to 710 yen from the current 660 yen.” Via Japan Today.
Tokyo Art Beat contributed a column to the latest edition of the TIME OUT GUIDE TO TOKYO — it covers galleries in Ginza — and they’ve set up a contest, the prize consisting of a copy of the guide, as well as lunch with the TAB team. To win, you need to write a haiku on your love of Tokyo, and leave it in the comment thread of this TABlog post.
My city of love
You truly are and remain
In my heart always