BOSO TOKYO Seeks to Bring Japanese Culture to the World Through Innovative Use of Metaverse Capabilities BlockBlog

Everyone would agree that the DeFi industry is booming right now, and for good reason. After all, there is currently an abundance of technological innovation across aspects such as cryptocurrencies, NFTs, P2E games, blockchain, and more recently, the metaverse.

That being said, it can often be difficult to determine which projects in this industry are worth more than the initial hype and may actually offer something of real value. This is where BOSO TOKYO comes in.

What is that?

Naturally, it is crucial to understand what something is before you are comfortable enough to invest in it. In a nutshell, BOSO TOKYO is an initiative that wants to make a metaverse identity brand. One of the main goals of the project is therefore to introduce avatars into the metaverse. At its core, the “metaverse” is essentially an all-digital space that can be copied and modified, in other words, it’s a world with no specific identity.

Even if a user establishes their identity in one metaverse, they will most likely lose their identity when they move to another metaverse because their credit information will not be transferred. Also, users get a website domain after creating a website, but in a metaverse, every user would have an avatar. BOSO TOKYO believes that users should be able to have a branded avatar rather than a generic default avatar.

Additionally, NFT (non-fungible token) avatars will be sold with unique artwork created by Hidetaka Tenjin, a leading illustrator in Japan. Not only will PFP be available, but so will the distribution of high-quality 3D data as well as avatars that can then be introduced into the metaverse space.

In this way, BOSO TOKYO can best be understood as a metaverse generative avatar initiative created by an official illustrator of popular projects such as Gundam and also the incredibly successful Star Wars franchise.

Can anyone join?

Although the BOSO TOKYO project has many interesting and unique features, unfortunately not everyone can participate. Indeed, BOSO is a brand for those who believe in the potential of the metaverse and its seemingly endless possibilities and those who seek more excitement and independence. The BOSO team therefore wants to introduce the world to creators and Japanese culture through these individuals who can bring value to both the initiative and Japanese culture in general. Thus, the team will do everything possible to create a brand, a community, an opportunity and a future with unlimited potential via a special team. The project is also heavily inspired by Japanese biker gangs known as “BOSOZOKU”, which are often seen as symbols of freedom.

Who else is involved in this project?

The team behind BOSO TOKYO is one of the main strengths of BOSO TOKYO. As previously mentioned, Hidetaka Tenjin is part of the initiative as ‘Main Designer’. He is a well-known Japanese creator and artist who works in a variety of fields, including voice acting. He is responsible for designing the avatar of BOSO TOKYO. In addition to his work as an illustrator, he is a designer and image board artist. He also did mechanical art for “Macross Zero”, “Macross Frontier” and “Genesis of Aquarion” animations, mechanical design for “Hellsing”, “Macross Delta” and “Knights & Magic”, design for creatures for “The Dance of Strings”, and even CG for the movie “Saint Seiya LEGEND of SANCTUARY”.

Alongside Hidetaka is the ‘Creative Director’, Afromance. An architecture graduate from Kyoto University, he creates the overall creative design and worldview of BOSO TOKYO. In 2012, he hosted for the first time in Tokyo one of the most famous parties in Ibiza, the “foam Party”. He also launched “Burning Japan”, a Japanese version of “Burning Man”, a large-scale event with over 80,000 attendees held in Nevada, USA. During COVID-19, he created the online music festival ‘BLOCK.FES’, which has more than 2 million participants, and the ‘Drive-in Fest’, a music event that can be enjoyed in cars, among many other projects that generate worldwide enthusiasm.

Finally, there is the person in charge of “Ideology and Manifesto Design”, Hisashi Oki, Japan representative for Ledger, one of the largest cryptocurrency wallet companies in the world. Previously, he was head of brand marketing, public relations and public relations at one of the largest US cryptocurrency exchanges in the world, as well as a reporter for Cointelegraph Global and editor of Cointelegraph Japan.

What is left to know?

Like any other project, BOSO TOKYO has a roadmap that presents a lot to look forward to. First, there is ‘Revving’, which is the staking system used by the project. Exciting rewards are earned here as RPMs increase and combustion occurs, so to speak. Then BOSO TOKYO also has unlimited commercial use rights. Users who own an NFT designed by Hidetaka Tenjin will thus be granted unrestricted commercial use rights and they can then freely use this access to generate numbers, use it in advertisements, rent it, etc. Users will also have exclusive access to the community as well as all the top events. NFT holders can additionally vote and get a host of perks and benefits. Finally, the team will provide avatars that can be transferred into the metaverse to realize BOSO TOKYO’s vision of a true metaverse identity brand.

Final thoughts on BOSO TOKYO

After reviewing all the information mentioned above, it is clear that BOSO TOKYO is a project everyone should watch out for in the future. The team intends to hold a large-scale event promotion soon with the aim of introducing Japanese culture to the rest of the world.

The website was launched on June 13, and a limited quantity BOSO TOKYO NFT giveaway is currently underway. Interested individuals are encouraged to check out the details now for a chance to win a BOSO TOKYO NFT by completing a simple task.

Finally, visit the official website as well as relevant social media channels for more information and regular updates.

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