Here’s J-pop queen Namie Amuro’s commercial for KOSE ESPRIQUE make-up brand featuring her new single “Go Round”, which is set to be released on the 21st of March alongside the song “YEAH OH”.
With the insane amount of Nintendo titles being released this month, Nintendo had a couple of beautiful ladies stop by to play The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword for a couple of CMs.
LOTTE is currently the largest candy/chewing gum manufacturer in both South Korea and Japan. LOTTE Fit’s is famous for it’s unusual flavours and it’s dance inspired CMs.
In an ongoing effort to help Tohoku, and the entire country of Japan, recover from the devastating March 11th earthquake Kirin has released a new limited edition line of alcoholic beverages.
Nintendo needs no introduction. Although, Nintendo CMs in Japan are unlike to those found on British television. I’ve noticed they’ve been trying to use British celebrities in their CMs but there just isn’t that same sense of genuine excitement found in the Japanese ones.
Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past decade, you’ll have heard of Pokémon. Published by Nintendo in 1996, Pokémon has gone on to become a worldwide phenomenon.
Can you believe it’s November already? Very soon it will be okay to play Christmas music in public! AKB48 starts early by teaming up with 7-Eleven to sell original AKB48 Christmas cakes.
There’s nothing quite like Mitsuya Cider. Although it’s a “cider”. In Eastern Asia, “cider” refers to a different kind of drink than in the West. Mitsuya Cider can be considered a blend of Sprite and Ginger Ale.
In this weeks CM Tuesday, a compilation of Softbank Mobile CMs. Softbank is one of Japan’s largest mobile network providers. It was founded in 1981and is now worth an estimated $30 billion.
This weeks CM Tuesday features Perfume who aren’t too shy of a few endorsements. Perfume have recently been in CMs for Kirin’s Chu-hi, Pepsi’s NEX and Pino’s bite sized ice cream.