Oricon Reveals '10th Ideal Faces Chosen By Men' Ranking

Oricon reveals '10th ideal faces chosen by men' ranking

Oricon has revealed its "10th ideal faces chosen by men" ranking. 

This year's number one spot went to actor Takenouchi Yutaka who is the oldest to top the ranking at 47 years old. This position was previously held by Takeuchi Ryoma, Mukai Osamu, Kimura Takuya, and Dean Fujioka. 

Nanao Places 1st In Oricon's Ideal Body Ranking

Nanao places 1st in Oricon's ideal body ranking

Oricon has revealed its second 'ideal body chosen by women' ranking.

From November 6 to 12, Oricon held an online poll with 500 women in their teens to fifties asking them, "Which celebrity has the ideal body?" Model and actress Nanao took the number one spot for the second consecutive year. 

Asian Winter Games Offer Athletes Ideal Prep For Olympics

Asian Winter Games offer athletes ideal prep for OlympicsWith the Winter Olympics just a year and a short distance away, the Asian Winter Games will be the ideal stage for the continent's leading winter athletes to fine tune for Pyeongchang 2018.
The eighth Asian Winter Games will open Sunday in Sapporo, on Japan's northern island of Hokkaido, and run through Feb. 26, with more than 2,000 athletes from 31 countries competing in five sports, 11 disciplines and 64 events.

Manfred Says Dates Of Tokyo Olympics 'not Ideal' For Mlb

Manfred says dates of Tokyo Olympics 'not ideal' for MLBAs Major League Baseball prepares for talks about the 2020 Olympics, Commissioner Rob Manfred said "from a calendar prospective, the dates of the Tokyo Games are not ideal."
The International Olympic Committee executive board voted last month to support a six-nation tournament that year in both baseball and women's softball, and the full IOC is to vote in August on the inclusion of the World Baseball Softball Confederation for the Tokyo Games, which are scheduled from July 24-Aug. 9.

Sony Optical Disc Archive Ideal For Small-scale Productions

Sony Optical Disc Archive Ideal for Small-Scale ProductionsToronto-based Allan Schwartzenberger is one of a new breed of animal prowling the digital jungle. He’s a “Preditor” – short for producer/editor/director. His deadliest enemy in this wilderness? Data loss. That’s why he’s traded his tape-based archive system for Sony’s Optical Disc Archive.