Torataro’s been drumming since he was in diapers, and he’s not messin’ around!
In a video as puzzling as it is impressive, a Japanese man in a Frieza costume and facial make-up skillfully drums to the hit anime theme song.
Nyango Star must have apple-cat nerves of steel as he absolutely kills a performance of X Japan songs in front of a discerning audience.
The stunning sound and visuals in this new clip are designed to transport viewers to a Japanese festival as part of a new website for foreign tourists.
You won’t want to take this guy on in the ring or at the arcade.
Teenage drummer Senri Kawaguchi, famous for her enthusiastic YouTube videos, appears in a stunning new video for the Japan National Football Team!
Have you ever been in that situation when you simultaneously need a motorcycle and a musical instrument at the same time? It sucks, right? But there is one company out there that could help you in the sticky situation: the Yamaha Corporation, which specializes in both audio and visual goods, as well as engines.
Design is important to this Japanese company, so this year, they are making their second appearance at the French design event, “Biennale Internationale Design Saint-Etienne 2015,” and they are bringing their A-game. The company is changing up their strategy to create designs that are cool, classy and innovative.
Tired of RocketNews24 items that are coherent and have some semblance of order? Me too, so here’s a video of Dragon Ball Z villain Freeza playing an excellent rendition of the One Piece theme song “We Are!” on the drums. Well, it’s nearly Friday, isn’t it?
Spending your time bashing out wild beats on the drums might sound like heaven for rock music fans, but installing a drum kit in your house is a sure way to make the neighbours hate you, especially in Japan where most landlords prohibit the use of musical instruments.
Thankfully, these days there is of course a digital alternative, and some people have become so good at iPad drumming that in its own way it can be as impressive as the real thing.