Akari, Japan – When you walk into Akari Village, a Japanese city that is home to the Akari VR project, you are greeted by a beautiful view of the ocean.
The entire area is dotted with large wooden houses that all have the same design, and they are all decorated with colorful, bright and colourful designs.
The village is one of many that has received the project and will become a hub for Akari Virtual Reality headsets.
It was a project that was created by the team of Japan’s renowned VR company NTT Docomo, which also created the project for the Oculus Rift.
This new project is a collaboration between Akari and Docomo and is a continuation of the Akai Project, which aims to create a virtual reality experience for Japanese tourists.
The Akai Virtual Reality project is the brainchild of Yoshihiro Akari who is the CEO of the company that has created the VR technology for the Japanese market.
Akari hopes to bring Japanese visitors to the region’s famous locations and experience the sights that have long been associated with the region.
The first VR experience was a virtual tour of Tokyo’s famous Mori Art Museum, which is now in the process of being demolished.
Akai and his team have created a VR experience in which visitors walk through the entire museum and are guided through the various exhibits, such as the Mori Art Gallery, the Tsuruji Tower, and the Matsuya Castle.
The second VR experience is one that takes the viewer through the world of the city, where you are guided by a guide in the main hall of the Tokyo Museum, and are then able to walk around the city through various buildings, including the Shibuya Museum.
It is a virtual experience that allows visitors to experience the Japanese culture of Japan, which has been largely neglected by Western tourists.
Akarari said that Japan’s tourism industry has been hit hard by the financial crisis and that the Akarai Virtual VR project aims to bring visitors back to the country.