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Leader of Honda Silicon Valley Lab Featured in “Who Makes a Honda”

Even though Naoki “Nick” Sugimoto studied automotive engineering at the University of Tokyo, he never planned to work in the automotive industry. Now, Sugimoto, who joined Honda in 2005, serves as a liaison between the technology and automotive industries and is the newest Honda associate featured in the What Makes a Honda is Who Makes […]

Interview with Gina Crawford in Ironman World Championship 2013

Interview with CEEPO's multiple Iron-distance champion, Gina Crawford of New Zealand, competing in the 2013 Ironman World Championship in Kona, Hawaii.

How to make Japanese-style curry (Java Curry)

Ingredients (9 Servings) 1 box Java Curry Sauce Mix 1.1 lb (500 g) meat 2 onions (14.1 oz, 400 g) 2 potatoes (10.6 oz, 300 g) 1 carrot (7 oz, 200 g) 2 tablespoons vegetable oil 5 2/5 cups (1,300 ml) water (4 4/5 cups (1,150 ml) if cooking in a covered pot) * 1 […]

Visiting Fukuoka : the beautiful city of Iizuka !

Hello again and I am glad to see you for this little trip to Iizuka !! It is not a very famous city in the Fukuoka prefecture, but it hides its little secrets if you know where to go ! What did you think ? Would you like to go to Iizuka ? Have you […]

Arita in Saga Prefecture

Arita, the cradle of porcelain manufacturing in Japan, is a quiet town among mountains, located in the western part of Saga. Ri Sampei (Korean name, Lee Cham-Pyung), a potter from Korea, discovered a fine-quality white porcelain mineral in Mt. Arita-Izumi-yama. This was the beginning of Arita's development into an internationally known town of porcelain. A monument in memory of Ri Sampei stands in Toyama-jinja Shrine, Arita's chief tutelary shrine. White-walled houses originating in the 1930s and old Western-style buildings are still present in the Uchiyama area, where many potters once lived. At the back of these buildings, there are Tonbai fences made of used fireproof bricks and old-fashioned potteries. Pottery and porcelain lovers must visit the Kyushu Ceramic Museum and the Arita Ceramic Art Museum in town, where they can see exquisite pottery and porcelain pieces.

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Hakodate, Hokkaido

Located in the southwest of Hokkaido and facing the Tsugaru Strait, Hakodate developed as a port town for trade with foreign countries at the end of the 19th century, and is a gateway connecting Hokkaido with Honshu by the Seikan Tunnel. A morning market is held at the bay area near the railway station, where more than 360 stalls packed tightly together attract shoppers with freshly caught squid, scallops, salmon eggs, Atka mackerel, and many other kinds of fresh fish and shellfish. A five-minute walk will take you to the moored Seikan Strait ferryboat, named the Mashu-maru Memorial Ship, which used to link Aomori in Honshu with Hokkaido. There is a restaurant and a coffee shop at its bow where you can spend a nice, relaxing time viewing the scenery around the port.

2016 CEEPO Katana Windtunnel Test Triathlon Bike

The all-new 2016 CEEPO Viper Triathlon Bike and its wind tunnel test

Future Of Mobility #OCSummit16

What does the future car look like to you? What did you imagine the future would look like, 20 years ago? Autonomous driving. 360-degree vision. Accident-free roads. What are the implications of the future of mobility? Featuring: Nick Sugimoto; Senior Program Director, Honda Silicon Valley Lab Tal Bakish; CEO, VocalZoom Yarden Gross; CEO, Engie Greg […]

Yukuhiro “Matz” Matsumoto – 2012 Ruby Night (10.18.2012)

The New World of Ruby by Yukihiro "Matz" Matsumoto, Chief Designer of the Ruby Programming Language at Fukuoka Ruby Night at LinkedIn on October 18, 2012

Oldest Wagyu Brand – Omi Beef in Shiga Prefecture

The Shiga Prefectural Government has produced “The Premium Culinary Tour Shiga Prefecture,” a publicity video promoting the charms of Omi Beef, one of Japan’s top three “wagyu” beef brands. It is to be posted on YouTube in five languages. For more details, please click here.

KIMONOMACHI “Natsuiro Bijin” Yukata Lucky Bag 2017 No.12

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Interview with Triathlete, Anna Ross in Ironman World Championship 2013 Interview with CEEPO's pro triathlete, Anna Ross of New Zealand, racing in the 2013 Ironman World Championship in Kona, Hawaii. Like us! Follow us!

How to make Japanese-style curry (Kokumaro Curry)

Ingredients (8 Servings) 1 box Kokumaro Curry Sauce Mix 10.6 oz (300 g) meat 2 onions (14.1 oz, 400 g) 2 potatoes (10.6 oz, 300 g) 1 carrot (7 oz, 200 g) 2 tablespoons vegetable oil 4 1/5 cups (1,000 ml) water (3 1/2 cups (850 ml) if cooking in a covered pot) Note: For […]

Visiting Fukuoka : Cherry blossom viewing !

Follow me through my hanami adventure with my loyal companion Fukunyan ! The hanami season is probably the best if you want to visit Japan. If you haven’t had the occasion yet, I hope that this video will give you a nice taste of it, and a will of visiting Fukuoka ! We are looking […]


Nagasaki Prefecture lies in the northwestern part of Kyushu, the third-largest island of Japan and most southwesterly of its four main islands, and consists of five peninsulas and numerous islands. With the sea in between, it stands face-to-face with a continent, part of which is China, and the Korean Peninsula. It has therefore long been an important transportation point facing the continent of Asia. Ports for trade with Portugal and Holland were also established there in the 16th century. In addition, since it was once the center of Christian propagation, there are many exotic historical ruins and buildings that still remain within the prefecture.