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To avoid spending taxpayer money, Mineyuki Fukuda is using domestic crowdfunding platform ShootingStar to go abroad.
GMO Internet Group is the Japan leader for online payments, web hosting, cloud storage, online security, and domain names.
The funding shows VC interest in O20.
The company’s future is cloudy but CEO Yoshikazu Tanaka is ready to light the way.
Japanese electric two and three-wheeler startup pushes into West Asia with distribution partnership in Iran.
Gender equality continues to be a point of contention in Japan, where only seven percent of women make it into senior management.
Gree admits failure with browser-based mobile gaming, shifts half of workforce to make native games for iOS and Android
In response to crashing revenue and net income, Gree is leaving browser games behind in favor of native mobile games.
Japan’s traditionally placid job market is heating up and BizReach is ready for a new wave of job-seekers.
The chat app is going to roll out four of the services by the end of 2014.
Some of Tokyo’s top entrepreneurs and VCs come together for a dynamic debate.
After a 9gag clone showed promise, the team decided to become Japan’s BuzzFeed.
The companies behind Puzzle and Dragons and Brave Frontier are looking to attract more Asian and Western gamers.
The firm acts as a gateway to Japanese speaking developers around Asia.
Japan's top two wireless carriers have venture capital arms, big funds, and incubators to give Asian startups that first push.
Yuji Kuwamizu, the Japan GM at App Annie, will present a keynote (in English) on the subject of Japan and worldwide app trends at Startup As...