Japanese ‘Get a Mac’ Ads

Written by: Adam Christianson

Categories: Cool Stuff

Japan Get a MacMac Rumors is reporting that Apple has created Japanese versions of it’s popular ‘Get a Mac’ Ads. The ads seem to be almost exact recreations of the ads played in the US but with the Mac and PC being replaced by Japanese actors. It’s pretty cool because even though I can’t understand what they are saying I know what the ad is about having seen the US version. The ads can be seen at http://www.apple.com/jp/getamac/ads/

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  1. lars from Denmark | Nov 12 2006 - 04:22

    they are very cute and surely really easy to understand. I am looking forward to see the danish versions.

  2. Ronnie | Nov 12 2006 - 07:30
  3. Rozza | Nov 13 2006 - 11:56

    the spanish ones are the best!

  4. Ronnie | Nov 14 2006 - 12:43

    Yeah… in the spanish ads, the PC guy sounds like kinda more stupid… I love the ads…

  5. Josh | Nov 18 2006 - 07:31

    I currently live in Japan. I haven’t seen the ads yet, but did watch them on the web. They are the same, “virus” and iLife are identical, just tuned for the Japanese midset, and as I speak the language, I can say they are genuinely as funny as the originals. There is an “introductory” on that sets up that Macs are called “Macs” and not Apple PCs. Really great, and can’t wait to see more.