Tokyo, a Mecca of IT digital products

(Picture 1: The entrance of AQUOS, exhibition center of SHARP. SHARP currently holds about 25 percent of the global LCD-TV market)

TOKYO, Japan (AVING Special Report on ‘World Class Brand in Japan’) — <Visual News>

(Picture 2,3,4 : a view of Akihabara. You can see the Samsung billboard beneath the rail road in the center)

Last September 7th AVING special reports team visited Japan for its second series of special reports ‘World Class Company, World Class Korea-Tokyo’, following the previous trip to New York.

In Tokyo, there are a lot of world-class IT digital products companies. A number of companies – Hitachi, Matsushita, Toshiba, NEC, Fujitsu, Mitsubishi Electronics, Sharp, Sanyo, and Fujifilm – have more than 2.5 billion won in sales figure whereas Casio, Nikon, Canon, Olympus, Pentax, Konica Minolta, OS screen, and JVC have already acquired high places in the global IT products markets.

(Picture 5,6,7,8,9 : A night view of shibuya station / A view of Bic Camera located in front of ikebukuro station / A ginja street You can see LG billboard / A street view in front of shibuya station You can see Samsung billboard / A view of Tokyo bay)

AVING is going to present special news reports of ‘World Class Company, World Class Korea-Tokyo’ for two weeks from September 20th. News will be focused on the visual photos according to the AVING publishing policy.

The organization of the news order is as follows;

I. World Class Company – exhibition center tour

1. iriver Japan
2. SHARP AQUOS
3. OS Screen
4. LG Electronics (For Buyer)
5. Toshiba
6. SONY
7. NIKON
8. TOYOTA
9. NISSAN

II. World Class Company – strategy and products

1. SHARP
2. iriver Japan
3. OS Screen
4. LG Electronics Japan
5. FUJIFILM
6. BenQ Japan
7. COWON Japan

III. behind-the-scenes stories

<AVING Special Report Team in Tokyo: Editor&Publisher, Kevin Choi, Phobe Kwon, Annie Park, Hyunok Kim, Jongmin Lee correspondents of AVING to Japan, edited by Daniel Sirh>