Japan’s newest theme park has gotten a lukewarm reception, and we’re pretty sure we’ve pinpointed the problem.
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Get a jump on the day by eating like a local at the all-you-can eat baked goods buffets of the city’s cafes.
Posters encourage women to “be high-rank girls by immediately reporting gropers.”
Megumi Hayashibara, Bump of Chicken, and one more contributor create amazingly inspirational anime short.
Lotteria, the craziest fast food chain in Japan, ups the insanity with its new ghost pepper sauce sandwich.
The self-loving products manufacturer goes above and beyond in customer service.
The unofficial ambassador for Shibuya and Harajuku makes sure to keep the statue of famously loyal dog Hachiko clean.
Some of the reasons Japan loves vending machines have nothing to do with an aging society of love of robots.
A pair of stilettos could slash your tab by up to 40 percent.
Apparently it’s not just Japanese idol singers themselves who can cause a scandal by being chummy with the group’s fans.
Non-porcine traffic forced to use the slow lane.
All five Inner Senshi are represented in tie-up with magical girl franchise.
Just in time for summer vacation, the Japanese P.E. uniform gets transformed into something for grown-ups.
First glimpse of theme park’s Nintendo World expansion looks as awesome as we’d hoped.
Makes train ride feel like an adventure, passengers feel like victorious heroes.
Self-serve beer tap and shochu bottles keep the drinks flowing and the prices low.
There’s plenty of skin on display, but not from where most people were expecting.
After decades of rumors of a Hollywood movie version of the anime classic, there are now plans to bring the space cowboys to TV instead.
Franchise makes it first appearance on Nintendo’s newest system, and also offers a return trip to the Alola region on 3DS.
Illustrator spreads the word about a happiness that comes from choosing not to get married or have kids.