Our recap of the best bits from the morning of our second day at Startup Asia Tokyo 2014.
Panelists at Startup Asia Tokyo from Beenos, Movida Japan, Y Combinator, and 500Startups dig into ten key ways that Japan’s startup ecosystem is so different from the Silicon Valley.
Taking part in the discussion are Taizo Son, CEO at Movida, Kevin Hale, partner at Y Combinator, and Dave McClure, founding partner at 500 Startups.
This new Japanese billionaire wants to nurture the domestic startup ecosystem (#StartupAsia preview)
Puzzles & Dragons developer Gungho chairman and Movida Japan CEO Taizo Son will speak at Startup Asia Tokyo 2014.
PedalForge is a site for musicians to virtually test guitar pedals that also recommends the best price for buying them new or used.
Type a search term and Graph instantly generates - you guessed it - a graph with selectable timeframes and parameters.
Movida Japan, the startup accelerator founded by Taizo Son, gave its fifth graduating class of startups the stage at a Demo Day event in Tokyo yesterday.
While other English conversation apps have adopted video, Eigooo keeps it simple with text-only chat.
Social music site Beatrobo has received funding from three companies: CyberAgent Ventures, KLab Ventures, and Movida Japan. The total investment sum is $600,000. The website (beatrobo.com) is in Engli...