The Sega Saturn doesn’t only live on in our memories, but as a bathroom scale in Japan. Japanese scale maker Tanita created this, which actually isn’t just a scale. It’s also a body composition meter. This has an official English language description, which reads: Sega Saturn represented a leap into the new age of entertainment. Body Composition Monitor changed the way people manage their health. This is a collaboration item between Sega and Tanita. Let’s go forward together. Korede game ha dekinaiyo. That last part means, “You cannot play a game with this.” You can, however, stand on it. According to Livedoor, this went on sale April 13 for 6,000 yen ($56). The Mega Drive gets a mini version, and the Saturn gets a scale. Go figure! Kotaku East is your slice of Asian internet culture, bringing you the latest talking points from Japan, Korea, China and beyond. Tune in every morning from 4am to 8am.
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