Daily digest: MEGASOFT launches a database of Japanese buildings, Greyhound is acquired by a German transit startup, and more

Good afternoon and welcome to the last Friday of October. Here’s what you need to know for the weekend:

Virtually tour over 100 Japanese standout buildings with MEGASOFT’s database

Just because vaccination rates are rising and businesses (and biennials) are reopening doesn’t mean that the virtual arts and culture tours that proved so popular in 2020 are going away. Japanese architectural software development company MEGASOFT has launched a compendium of some of the country’s most well-known buildings, sorted by prefecture. Its Virtual Tour of Japanese Architecture currently holds 102 entries, dating back over 100 years in some cases.

Greyhound is acquired by a German transit startup

Beleaguered 108-year-old American bus company Greyhound

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