Tokyo, April 30, 2015 — The Japan Times, Ltd. is pleased to announce that pages from any issue of its flagship newspaper published between 1897 and 2014 are now available to print out at a specially created printing terminal, “ANPURI 2,” in the popular toy and souvenir shop Hakuhinkan Toy Park in Ginza.
Using the “Otanjoubi-shimbun” (birthday newspaper)* network, this new service will provide custom-printed pages that serve as windows onto by-gone eras and make perfect gifts for birthdays and anniversaries.
The Japan Times first appeared in the “Otanjoubi-shimbun” network at the end of February, with pages available to print out at a specialist online shop and also at convenience stores located around the country. From today, tourists and shoppers can also print out pages using the “ANPURI 2” (Anniversary Newspaper Print Box) machine at Ginza’s Hakuhinkan.
* “Otanjoubi-shimbun” is a service run by Assist System Laboratory Co.,Ltd.
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