Thursday, August 09, 2007

EMI / Virgin and more Japanese Stuff

Al 'superscooper' Kronos and I have made several trips to the Asian parts of Second Life, as we both look forward to welcoming millions of new residents bringing new culture and business to Second Life.

A major new arrival is EMI music / Virgin music Japan which is a hovering platform with two piers filled with small booths where recommended artists are shown and a gallery in the main building.
More can be found on Al's blog in this post

SLURL: http://slurl.com/secondlife/Aoyama/128/128/0

Then there's my obsession with Suntory. I've visited this sim several times before and first recorded that it laid bare for two months, then saw some first designs appear, then something more and now something else completely.

It doesn't look corporate anymore, but it's certainly becoming a nice build

Just across the sim border there's Intelligence, and on the other side there's a tower branded Color Chips, a Japanese ISP. I'm not sure what these companies are all about, maybe our Japanese readers at Second Life Watch 2 or Metaverse Japan would be kind enough to comment...

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5 Comments:

Anonymous Second Life Watch2 said...

Hi.

Too many companies in Japan come to SL ....

-Intelligence, Pasona:Human resource agency
-TransCosmos, Index Okinawa, People Stuff:avatar dispatch
-HIS:Travel Agency
-Orix, ReCube:mockup housings
-Nomura, Invast, Joinvest:securities
-Suruga Bank:bank
-Mitsubishi Pencil:pencil
-TV Tokyo, Fuji TV, Wowwow:TV
-Tokyo FM:radio
-Kadokawa, Ascii, Impress, Toyo-Keizai, NikkeiBP:magazine
-Book Off:second hand bookstore
-EMI,Avex, PonyCanyon:music
-Parco,Cecile:fashion commerce
-Mitsukosi:department store
-3di,TeaCup:developing web browser-SL connectivity
-Dentsu,Hakuhodo,Amoeba,Septeni,Mobile Factory:ad agency
-Fujitsu, NEC, Epson:PC
-Suntory:Beverage
-Atlus:Game
-Vector, Mothers:web service
-Benesse:education


(Some hasn't been opend yet.)

Thursday, August 09, 2007 11:32:00 PM  
Blogger VeeJay Burns said...

Thanks very much. Think me and Al have got some more trips to do in virtual Japan

Friday, August 10, 2007 12:19:00 AM  
Anonymous Second Life Watch2 said...

yw.

Please feel free to ask me about Japanese islands.

Friday, August 10, 2007 7:27:00 PM  
Blogger VeeJay Burns said...

Thanks.

Question is... many Japanese companies now enter SL, how about Japanese residents?

Is Second Life getting press, is it getting popular?

Friday, August 10, 2007 10:49:00 PM  
Blogger Aleister Kronos said...

VeeJay

In answer to your question, check here:
http://www.virtualworldsnews.com/2007/07/japan-aware-of-.html

Saturday, August 11, 2007 12:08:00 AM  

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