With Japan's consumption of green tea in steady decline, a new breed of casual cafe specializing in the traditional brew aims to reverse the trend by introducing customers to a wide variety of brands, as well as unconventional serving methods.
Customers including visitors from overseas and young Japanese are able to learn about green tea and perhaps find a new favorite variety at such cafes.
Back in the day, SEGA used to be a pretty big household name as far as gaming was concerned. The company even had their own consoles and some pretty classic franchises to their name, such as Sonic the Hedgehog. These days SEGA's name isn't quite what it used to be, but the company is planning on a comeback.
In a recent presentation made to its investors (via DualShockers), the company revealed that they are planning on reviving some of their dormant IPs and that they plan to release some "big hits" over multiple platforms. In order to do this, they stated that they will be more careful with their releases and will focus on the big hits rather than "middle hits", and will focus their investments on promoting promising titles.
According to reports, Volkswagen Chairman Ferdinand Piech and Suzuki President Osamu Suzuki are working together to reach an agreement, with both automakers still viewing a cooperative agreement as compelling. If both parties are unable to reach an agreement, the proceedings at a London-based arbitration court will move forward.