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Toyota Motor Corporation is a Japanese multinational automotive manufacturer headquartered in Toyota, Aichi, Japan. In 2017, Toyota's corporate structure consisted of 364,445 employees worldwide and, as of December 2019, was the tenth-largest company in the world by revenue. Toyota is the largest automobile manufacturer in Japan, and the second-largest in the world behind Volkswagen, based on 2018 unit sales. Toyota was the world's first automobile manufacturer to produce more than 10 million vehicles per year, which it has done since 2012, when it also reported the production of its 200 millionth vehicle. As of July 2014, Toyota was the largest listed company in Japan by market capitalization and by revenue.

A pocket computer was a 1980s-era user programmable calculator-sized computer that had fewer screen lines. Manufacturers included Casio, Hewlett-Packard, Sharp, Tandy/Radio Shack (selling Casio and Sharp models under their own TRS line) and many more. The last Sharp pocket computer, the PC-G850V (2001) is programmable in C, BASIC, and Assembler. An important feature of pocket computers was that all programming languages were available for the device itself, not downloaded from a cross-compiler on a larger computer.

The programming language was usually BASIC.

IBM 5550 is a personal computer series that IBM marketed in Japan in the 1980s and 1990s, for business use customers. In Japan, it was introduced in 1983 and promoted as "Multistation 5550" because it had three roles in one machine: a PC, a word processing machine which was traditionally marketed as a machine different from a PC in Japan, and an IBM-host attached terminal.

Windows 95 is a consumer-oriented operating system developed by Microsoft as part of its Windows 9x family of operating systems. The first operating system in the 9x family, it is the successor to Windows 3.1x, and was released to manufacturing on August 15, 1995, and generally to retail on August 24, 1995.

Windows 95 merged Microsoft's formerly separate MS-DOS and Microsoft Windows products, and featured significant improvements over its predecessor, most notably in the graphical user interface (GUI) and in its simplified "plug-and-play" features.

There were also major changes made to the core components of the operating system, such as moving from a mainly cooperatively multitasked 16-bit architecture to a 32-bit preemptive multitasking architecture, at least when running only 32-bit protected mode applications.

Accompanied by an extensive marketing campaign, Windows 95 introduced numerous functions and features that were featured in later Windows versions, such as the taskbar, notification area, and the "Start" button.

Speed Racer, also known as Mach GoGoGo, is a Japanese media franchise about automobile racing. Mach GoGoGo was originally serialized in print in Shueisha's 1966 Shōnen Book. It was released in tankōbon book form by Sun Wide Comics and later re-released in Japan by Fusosha. Adapted into anime by Tatsunoko Productions, its 52 episodes aired on Fuji TV from April 1967 to March 1968. The anime was later re-broadcast on Tokyo MX from July 1 to September 25, 2008.

Befu Railway Co., Ltd. is a company that used to do railway business in the south west of Hyogo Prefecture Japan. After withdrawing from the railway business in 1984, the company continued to operate as a taxi and chartered bus operator. Headquartered in Kakogawa City, Hyogo Prefecture. In the railway business, freight transportation was the main business, but passenger sales were also carried out. Due to the decrease in transport volume, it was not possible to maintain cargo transportation due to the revision of the Japan National Railway diamond in 1984, and all lines were abolished.

In January 2010, a part of the division became independent of the company, and the taxi business, dispatch business, and operation management business were transferred to Beppu Taxi. Since then, it has survived as a real estate management company and was scheduled to become a wholly owned subsidiary of Tochigi Chemical co., Ltd. on November 30, 2012, but it was canceled.

Astro Boy, sometimes referred to as New Mighty Atom, is a color remake of the 1960s anime black-and-white series of the same name(s); both series are adapted from the manga series by Osamu Tezuka.

This series places more focus on Astro's robotic abilities and has a darker story line than previous incarnations of the series. The English dubs cut out some of the series more violent moments.

The original Japanese version of the series ran for 52 color episodes while the English dubs (American and Canadian) ran for 51 episodes as the first two were combined into one omitting the entirety of the backstory of the main antagonist Atlas.

This video work depicts the dynamic image of Tokyo in the mid Showa period, which became a huge city said to be the world's first, in terms of construction and emotion.


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