You don’t have to kill your foes to claim victory.
All Stories by Casey Baseel
Looks like this Shinjuku eatery is a boys’ night out option after all.
“There is a life that can save in the shit,” promotional poster reminds us.
The ordinarily attention-averse musician treks through some of Japan’s most gorgeous scenery.
We’ll take any excuse to drink shakes, but was this new temptation, over a century in the making, worth the wait?
Don’t forget to purify your soul before heading to this museum’s display of samurai swords that were designed to do just one thing: kill.
Whether you’re a kid experiencing the martial arts classic for the first time, or a Vegeta-loving veteran fan with a receding hairline, you’ll look great in these.
This ploy for attention is working just fine.
Here’s our first real preview of the Scarlett Johansson film based on the critically acclaimed anime and manga franchise.
Because it’s always nice to have such cute company, right?
Have organizers crossed the line where they expect more people will buy tickets to look at beautiful women than try cool games?
Japan’s most polite city inadvertently throws shade on elderly motorists.
And yes, that is a milkshake with pretzels and potato chips.
The morning news staple is event television for these cute kitties.
Luxury and divine assistance, all in one tiny, traditional package.
The video game developer always makes aesthetics a priority in its software, and it looks like it’s doing the same for its new restaurant in Akihabara.
So cute you could slurp them right up?
Makoto Shinkai and Hayao Miyazaki have vastly different directorial styles, but soon they’ll have a connection that’s unique among anime creators.
Whether you need to find breathtaking visuals for a website or pamphlet, or just want to lose yourself in the natural beauty of Japan, this is the place to do it.
Director Makoto Shinkai’s anime are often described as magical, so what better way to salute his latest project than a magic trick?