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Mobile Usage Report

January 7, 2014

Mobile usage is high in the United States, Europe and Japan. This infographic compares the three major mobile markets to see who is at the very top of this growing market. Source

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Japan’s Automative Workforce

December 22, 2013

Japan has one of the biggest car manufacturing industry in the world. This infogrpahic provides information about Japan’s automative work force and industry, it lists the car manufacturing companies, where they are located and their market share. Source

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What Happened; Japanese Reactors

November 4, 2013

This infographic shows how Japanese nuclear reactors. It also gives a detailed account of what went wrong with those reactors during the Japanese Earthquake in 2011.

History of Japanese Blood Typing

History of Japanese Blood Typing

April 29, 2013

This infographic looks at the history of Japanese blood typing which was first identified by Karl Landsteiner back in 1900. Blood typing research started becoming popular in Japan in 1927 when Takeju Furukawa published “The Study of Temperament Through Blood Type.” Check out this infographic for more information on blood typing and the four blood […]

Wishes come true with Origami

Wishes come true with Origami

April 12, 2013

Origami is the traditional Japanese art of paper folding. This infographic provides information for what origami is, the roots of origami, and fun facts about origami.

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Just Five Countries Control Over a Third of World Bank

February 26, 2013

This infographic uses a pie graph to show the monopoly that France, the U.K, the U.S, Germany and Japan have over the World Bank. The graph shows how these countries control a third of the World Bank while the rest of the countries get the rest. Source

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Radiation Levels and the Body

January 28, 2013

This infographic of radiation levels and their effects to the human body and has been updating his website. Thanks to Global Voices for first highlighting his work. This puts in perspective the dangerous exposure being experienced by the brave workers trying to cool down the Fukushima nuclear plant. Source

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Morning Musume at a Glance

January 20, 2013

the history of it’s transformation Source

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Japan Quake Aftermath

January 8, 2013

On March 11, 2011 there was a 9.0 impact earthquake that hit Japan and destroyed many nuclear facilities. This infographic takes a look at the steps that the Japanese government took to fix those damages. Source

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Help Japan

December 26, 2012

On Friday March 11th, 2011 an earthquake of 9.0 magnitude triggered a tsunami hitting the coastline of Japan destroying everything in its path. Here is the trail of destruction it continues to produce and some ways you can help. Source

Japan and Nuclear Meltdown Infographics

Japan and Nuclear Meltdown Infographics

November 27, 2012

No one would want to have been through the natural terror experience by so much of the world over the last few weeks. I guess one of the scariest scenes right now aside from Africa and the Middle East and New Zealand and Australia….is the possible nuclear fall out in Japan. Is this a time […]

What happened at Fukushima?

What happened at Fukushima?

November 26, 2012

From the Boston Globe, here’s an infographic that illustrates what went wrong with the Fukushima Daiichi reactors after Japan was hit with an earthquake and tsunami in March. Source