karaoke

SoraNews24’s shy singer Mai checks out foreigner-friendly one-person karaoke chain One Kara

All the fun of karaoke with high-spec gear, but none of the stage fright.

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High-end karaoke chain invites anyone to come in for water and rest even if not a customer

Pasela’s gesture is simple but effective, and receiving lots of praise.

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Häagen-Dazs Japan’s new green tea honey toast dessert has us ready to sing with joy

The masters of matcha ice cream treats mix traditional anmitsu toppings with one of modern Japan’s favorite desserts.

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Conan O’Brien asks Hideo Kojima for a job, sings Live Band Karaoke, and says sayonara to Japan

Conan and his team packed in as much of Tokyo as possible during the final days of their Japanese trip.

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How to be a karaoke master: Drop the mic, and pick up a saxophone instead【Video】

College student sets national karaoke quality record by tricking the machine with the sounds of his horn.

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This Tokyo ramen is served in -110-degree Fahrenheit container to help you beat the summer heat

But surprisingly the super-chilled noodles aren’t available at a ramen restaurant.

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A private onsen bath with a karaoke machine is two of Japan’s best things with zero embarrassment

Go beyond singing in the shower by singing in the hot spring.

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Never get bored on a long flight again with Jetstar and Joysound’s Karaoke Flights!

What could be a better way to pass the time than singing your favorite songs with your friends?

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University student’s angelic rendition of Princess Mononoke theme song stuns netizens【Video】

Higher pitched, celestial version of the iconic song soothes the heart and brings tears to eyes.

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Japanese karaoke chain offers discounts for couples who kiss in front of the employees

Free drinks and desserts also part of unusual promotion.

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Enjoy karaoke while high! High up in a Ferris wheel that is

Our skeptical writers wonder if the combination of singing and elevating is a winner or a bust.

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Japanese train-themed karaoke lets you belt out announcements without being a public nuisance

Here’s a chance to fulfill your dreams of becoming a Japanese train driver.

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Take your singing to new heights on the world’s first karaoke Ferris wheel in Tokyo

Enjoy a round of karaoke with an amazing Tokyo view!

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Can you sing at least one anime song? Then you’re a step closer to a job with this company

Pass the first stage interview with karaoke! Or, by playing wink murder.

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Japanese Karaoke machine rewards good singing with pictures of naked women, but also punishes

Maintaining proper pitch during heavy breathing presents a new musical challenge.

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We find the shortest karaoke song in existence, approximate running time: 1 second

Do you dread the time the mic gets passed your way during Karaoke functions? We have the answer.

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Three tips to be a better karaoke singer, from a professional singer-songwriter

Drop your books and grab the mic, because it’s time for a lesson in how to up your karaoke game.

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Want your songs available at karaoke all across Japan? There’s a way, and it’s absolutely free

Web-based distribution service is easy to use and won’t cost you a thing.

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You can now sing the Super Mario Bros. theme at karaoke boxes in Japan

Sure, you’ve played Super Mario, but have you ever sung Super Mario?

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Five reasons Japan’s karaoke boxes are great places for group study sessions with your classmates

Odds are at some point you’ve been part of an after-school study group with your classmates, either to help each other power through a difficult course or cram for an important exam. Maybe you got together at a friend’s place or took over a corner of your local coffee house, but in Japan, neither of those of those is really a viable choice of location.

Japanese homes are generally too small to host a large group of visitors. Meanwhile, the coffee break-loving country’s cafes tend to be packed when schools let out in the afternoon, so it’s often a serious challenge to find even a single empty seat in a Tokyo Starbucks, let alone adjacent ones for all your study buddies. So in response, clever Japanese students thought outside the box and discovered a trendy new venue for group study sessions: karaoke boxes.

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