We are pleased to announce to our customers the release of Real Time Bidding. This completely new bidding system allows your shopping speedy, timely, and seamless. We hope you will enjoy this unique way of online shopping.
The completely new bidding system
No matter what time it is in your place, Real-time Bidding places your orders as you submit your order. The newly custom-made system enable to process orders from customers over the world simultaneously in real time.
No downloads and additional information requirement
Real-time Bidding runs on JAA website. No software download is required. In addition, it does not ask you any additional personal information submission. With JAA account, you can use the service from now on.
It’s easy but powerful
We made Real-time Bidding service’s interface as simple as possible. The explicit tutorials gives you tips and explanations for the question you might have. Do not hesitate and enjoy shopping on Real-time Bidding.
Thanks to all of you. We hope you enjoy our new service!
Please click HERE for the Real Time Bidding tutorial.
It’s July. The weather outside is getting humid and rains often.
I have been posting this small talk for one year, Yes, this is one year anniversary!! Yay, me!!
July is the beginning of the rainy season. And the outbreak of the war against Mosquitoes! In person, I can stand the Japanese Hot and humid weather, but mosquitoes!! They bother me all the time. The mosquito bites, especially the bite by tiger mosquito, is so itchy.
Traditionally, mosquito coils are used for mosquitoes. Mosquito coils are incense sticks that contains insecticides. The most famous mosquito coils are “Kincho Katori-Senko” long seller and best seller.
Mosquito exterminating mats are the next generation. Trough a lot of Kaizen, product improvement, and innovation, Japanese invented electric mosquito coils. When i was a kid, the mats are always turned on at night.
These days, spray type mosquito insecticides are popular in Japan. “KINCHO INAKUNARU PRO” is one-push aerosol mosquito insecticides. It eliminates mosquitos for 24 hours by a single push. To my surprise, it is capable for over 365 sprays!! I use this type of spray, and it works very well!!
Thank you so much for reading, I hope you have a great day!!
We are having coｍfortable weather days, but it is about to end. It is June and the rainy season is just around the corner. It brings not only sticky humid weather but also serious floods and landslides.
Although the rainy season might cause natural disaster, it gives us joy and fun. In my hometown, Fukuoka, early June is the best season for Hotaru-Gari(蛍狩り:Firefly-catching) and people go to firefly-chatching spots in evening to see fireflies for fun.
Fireflies used to be found anywhere near rivers or streams in my grandpa generation. But as Japanese economy grows up, the side-effect of environmental pollution seriously affect even to small local towns. So my father generation, fireflies are hard to find at the spots we used to see them.
Do you see fireflies in your place? I am going to Firefly-chatching tonight. Yay!
Hello everyone, it’s May. In Japan, we are having a consecutive national holidays at the beginning of May.
In combination with weekend comes before and after the holidays, most of Japanese have a week long holidays in the best warm and comfortable spring weather. We call the holidays “Golden Week” and it is one of the busiest holiday season, besides New year and Obon week.
Since it’s long holidays many people go out for leisure. One of the most popular spot for golden week amusement in our region which is east Fukuoka prefecture is Beppu, Oita. With many hot spring spots and resort hotels, Beppu attracts lots of travelers from domestic and international places.
Besides hot springs and hotels, there is a famous fun place in Beppu. That is “Jigoku-meguri.” Jigoku means “hell,” and Meguri means “visit.” Jigoku-meguri is roughly translated as visiting hell. Jigoku-meguri is a group of spots that are preserved and protected wild hot springs by local government.
I attached some pictures of Jigoku-meguri hot spring spots. I hope you like them.
We consider April as the beginning of Spring. April is also regard as the kickoff of new school year, and the starting of new life.
And, yes! Don’t forget cherry blossom! Very beautiful cherry blossom starts blooming around the end of March, and its best is first or second week of April.
One of the most famous beautiful cherry blossom spot is Meguro-gawa（目黒川）in Meguro, Tokyo. 800 cherry trees standing both sides of the river along 4km are breath-taking beautiful.
Another cherry blossom spot, I want to recommend is Edogawa park cherry blossom in Bunkyo, Tokyo. These trees are planted in 1884 and give fun and joy to people for long time.
Finally, I recommend my home town cherry blossom. It is not as beautiful as above two famous spots, but I enjoy cherry blossom since child.
Now, you may noticed something in common from the pictures above. Yes! River!!
You may see many cherry trees along big revers when you visit to Japan. It’s on purpose. Our government did it to make damages from river floods minimum.
Here is their logic. They plant cherry trees along the river. Cherry trees bloom. Cherry blossom is beautiful so many people come to see it. Many people walk on the river bank. The river bank becomes solid. And it minimizes the river flood damages.
Thank you for reading, I hope you have wonderful days!!