Common sense might lead you to believe that “emoji” is simply a variation of “emoticon,” but Japanese common sense tells a whole different story.
It’s so comfortable, you’ll be fighting enemies as you fight off sleep.
This bunny may need to wash your mind, it’s been in the gutter too long.
Century-old teahouse starts new life with tatami floors, zabuton cushions for customers.
To go from “death” to “life,” it turns out all you need is “42.”
Although presumably created at great expense and effort.
Here’s your chance to run in the spirit of Dragon Ball with fellow fans this September!
Anime icon says “I won’t watch it,” but at least offers words of encouragement to director of Mary and the Witch’s Flower.
Document features newlywed Pikachu couple and, yes, the words “I choose you!”
We’re pretty sure even a machine wouldn’t be able to cut finer lines!
The story behind this traditional Japanese knife makes the dramatic restoration even more satisfying.
Ramen and samurai, two of Japan’s biggest cultural icons, combine forces.
Is this an ordinary apartment building, or is the water trying to tell us something?
The combined talents and bravery of three individuals narrowly prevented a traffic disaster from getting out of hand.
Japan usually has no complaints about swimsuit modeling, but this time is a little different.
Try some of these out the next time you need to cool off.
Twitter user goes from girliest of girls to manliest of men in two minutes flat.
Sorry, McDonald’s, but no way are we waiting until March for our mint dessert drink fix.
Can you figure out the answer to Piko Taro’s Q-U-I-Z?