Kazuo Yamanaka, owner of Chinese restaurant Kogetsu in Tokyo's Ikenohata district, began his training as a cook at Shisen Hanten in Roppongi, which he joined after studying Chinese history in university.
The Japanese executive chef of the restaurant trained under Kenmin Chen, the late master chef of Chinese cuisine. It was a busy place that offered set menus for lunch and banquet dishes at night.
When the Wii U was launched, it didn't take long for developers and even retailers to lament at how poorly the console was doing. However with the Nintendo Switch, developers and retailers are singing a completely different story as many appear to be pretty happy and optimistic about the console's future.
One such company is Ubisoft in which during the company's recent financial call (via Nintendo Everything), CEO Yves Guillemot was quoted as saying, "So yes, this relationship continues to grow, and we are very happy with what we were able to achieve with Mario + Rabbids. Let's also not forget the fact that Just Dance is also a big seller on the Switch, and that will continue to follow the growth of that machine."
Dissidia Final Fantasy NT is a new brawler from Square Enix and Koei Tecmo coming to PS4 on 30th January. Known in arcades across Japan as Dissidia Final Fantasy, the latest installment of the fighting franchise features three-versus-three combat and a roster full of characters from all ages of the Final Fantasy saga. Ahead of the open beta kicking off this Friday, January 12th, we sat down with producer Ichiro Hazama to find out what makes this team-based fighting game so unique.
Amazing visuals and an intriguing concept – if you were watching the PlayStation Media Showcase during Paris Games Week, you can't have failed to notice Concrete Genie, Pixelopus' unique third person 3D action adventure, which stole everybody's heart.
It's only the studio's second title (after Entwined) but it's already cementing itself as one of 2018's bright spots on PlayStation 4. As lonely protagonist Ash, you're tasked with bringing a polluted town back to life with magic paint, by using the Dualshock 4's motion controls to freely draw friendly and helpful creatures on its crumbling walls.
Those inside the local division of the world’s largest car manufacturer, Toyota, say while other brands might be focussing attention on a single future powertrain technology, they’re confident the Japanese marque’s broader approach will prove successful in the long run.
Speaking to CarAdvice at the 2017 Rally South Australia, Toyota Australia’s product public relations manager, Stephen Coughlan, said although current local infrastructure might be lagging behind that seen in other countries, long term, the brand should have enough alternatives to cover a wide array of future possibilities and outcomes.
Portal Knights began as an Early Access project. A title that would be built with our community, for our community. To see our creation now on console is just super exciting for the entire team! We basically started off with a blank canvas. With a vision in mind, we began bringing the idea of Portal Knights to life, applied a layer of paint, then opened our doors to our community to get their feedback and suggestions. Over the last 15 months, we've been listening to our players, made changes and added a bunch of awesome new features in response. Now we have a painting to be proud of!
Nissan's Leaf was a genuinely necessary refresher when moved in 2010; a bleeding edge looking, diminished hatch that brought electric motoring inside reach of the ordinary purchaser. However paying little respect to solid arrangements, the resistance has wandered up its redirection with later EV areas like Chevrolet's Bolt.
Not to be surrendered, the Japanese producer has been working determinedly developing the bleeding edge frame. What will it look like and what might we have the capacity to suspect? Well we should burrow assist: