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So now Japan basically has everything cool we have and more. Japan, it seems, is Sony territory, and Steve Jobs is pretty excited about selling a few iPods here and there and maybe selling a track or two, depending on how the Japanese citizenry feels about things on any particular day. He doesn't want to insult anyone, obviously, and he really respects the market and all. So there you go, Japan. ITMS! Eat it up. Please don't ignore Apple. They need your pan-Asian market share.

Jobs 'super-excited' about iTunes for Japan [MacNN]
UPDATE - Plus the songs are 'spensive. About $1.35. Like the PS3!
Apple Launches Japanese iTunes Music Store [Designtechnica]