The social media landscape in Japan is extremely diverse, ranging from business-orientated apps to recreational and socializing applications that facilitate vast audiences globally.
Japanese social media has somewhat changed over the past couple of years and continues to do so.
This dynamic movement in technological advances has led to the rise of the digital era, also understood to be ‘The Chaos Theory’.
This theory emphasizes the evolution, unpredictability and nonlinear nature of the digital world we live in.
In order to acclimatize and adapt to this digital evolution, we need to consider the various platforms that these applications operate on.
The most utilized social media platforms in the Japanese industry are Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Line.
In order to utilize these platforms effectively, you need to understand the nature thereof.
Thus when one considers the relevancy and effectiveness of these online spaces in the industry, their statistics indicated their reason for being.