Hi, this is Sakura.
Continuing from last week, I'd like to show you the production design for the PICSIO LoiLoScope EX introductory video.
Location hunting is finished, and we're moving on to the serious preparation!
Hi there, it's Sakura.
JVC launched the new PICSIO HD Pocket Cams - the GC-FM2 and GC-WP10 - this autumn. There's loads of information about these new camcorders on the Web and elsewhere. Have you had a chance to check them out?
Hi there, it's Sakura. In this fourth weekly report on our kayak tour around Lake Chuzenji, I'd like to tell you about the day camp at Shobugahama that we visited at the end of the tour. The camp is situated right in the heart of nature in Oku-Nikko. What a location!
We were all starving after the kayak tour, so we set about getting the food ready without delay.
Continuing from last week, this is Sakura, and I'm starting our journey at the Yokohama Hakkeijima Sea Paradise gigantic pilchard pool.
With the aqua-tube that goes through the pool and an upstairs view, the pool provides various angles for different shooting scenes. However, the reflection on the tank's glass is something you cannot seem to avoid when shooting.
Hello everyone, Sakura here. Hope you're all doing fine!
It's July already, and to re-energize ourselves for the coming summer, Eri and I decided to visit one of the biggest aquariums in the East Japan area, the Yokohama Hakkeijima Sea Paradise!
As I finished recording the Noto entering the platform, it was time to get on board. For this ride, I reserved the Ladies Car, a women's only car on the train.
The Ladies Car provides many amenities, including curtaining at the wash sinks and women-only toilets. It also doesn't let people outside of the train to see inside, so that women can feel safe and enjoy the train ride.
One hour after leaving Ueno. The lights went dim and the train fell silent. As for myself, I took a nap for a while as well.
Hello and nice to meet you. My name is Sakura, from the Everio Team.
A bit out of the blue, a couple of days ago I decided to take a trip on the overnight express "Noto" train. This is about a seven-hour journey connecting Tokyo's Ueno station to Kanazawa, which faces the Sea of Japan.
The Noto is the last of the 489-type trains that have a bonnet-style front. The train had a schedule overhaul, marking the end to its regular operations.