Tough love from Akihabara-based matchmaking service reflects the changing nature of anime fandom.
All Stories by Casey Baseel
Dozens of beautiful women give Mr. Sato an unforgettable day in the real world.
To newcomers the anime art may simply look cool, but for veteran video gamers it’s a delicious slice of well-aged nostalgia.
But the question of whether this piece of anime merchandise is actually a piece of tail is a matter of perspective.
We now know exactly how long we’ll have to wait to see Sakura again, and what she’ll look like when we do.
Fans have met a lot of memorable characters in the video game series’ 30 years, which also means a lot of bittersweet farewells.
Fugu, one of Japan’s most gourmet foods, is the ramen star of the classy Ginza neighborhood.
After spotting a suspicious stranger in Shinjuku, Mr. Sato is connected with someone he’d never have expected.
Withdraw from human society in just 30 seconds with the latest offering from one of Japan’s craziest companies.
Set to open this winter, the ride takes fans on an adventure through multiple worlds from the Final Fantasy video game franchise.
Thanks to these baseball-loving ladies, even people who don’t care about sports are cheering for their team.
Two designs show that wheelchairs can be as beautiful as exotic cars or designer footwear.
Two years after his passing, Satoru Iwata remains an important part of Nintendo’s video game vision.
Simple technique requires only a printer, some tape, and maybe an anime reference.
Clever container even has its own self-contained maple syrup serving.
But how well do they pair with their liquid inspiration? SoraNews24’s Meg finds out.
No longer able to suppress our curiosity, we contact Nissin and demand an answer to the pressing question.
Matcha Double Berry Luxury Every Day Kit Kats are a mouthful to say, should be a joy to eat.
Unauthorized notices beg woman who left girls behind to “Please call home.”
New system could start as early as next year, making it easier for foreigners with anime aspirations to get their foot in the door.