Nissin knows what’s in the hearts of carb-lovers way too well.
All Stories by Joan Coello
If the anime series was called “Koto on Ice”, this cover would have just landed a spectacular quadruple axel.
Watching a film adaptation multiple times might not be the best way to financially support your favourite manga artist.
We spent an afternoon basking in the understated cuteness of Kapibara-san!
The first trailer was a complete tease, but there’s finally some action and voice in this new preview video!
Sangatsu no Lion (March Comes in like a Lion) has a limited-time cafe serving food right out of the manga!
“Ding ding ding-ding! Oh yeah!!” That’s what he said. Or rather, what his crotch said.
Thanks to the new anime series Getsuyoubi no Tawawa, Twitter is now populated with even more pictures of boobs!
Apparently, there’s a simple trick you can use while watching this teaser video to make it just a little bit more exciting!
Most commonly enjoyed with McNuggets and fries, could this tasty sauce also be a handy condiment for cooking?
Handsome 2-D young men twirling and jumping in body-tight sparkly suits? Of course we’re looking forward to it.
The recently released Re:Zero Alarm smartphone app fulfils your dreams of taking Emilia or Rem to bed.
If you’ve never had Pirozhki (or Piroshki), you might want to see this. On the other hand, if you know what Pirozhki looks or tastes like, you should definitely see this!
Here’s your chance to meet, and maybe even take language lessons from or tour Russia with, Russian cosplayer and maid cafe manager Nastyan!
If you haven’t heard, Gintama is getting a live-action movie adaptation in 2017!
Poktanju, sometimes known as Soju Bomb in English, is a cocktail popular in South Korea, and this lady is the queen of making them pop.
Wargo Nippon’s new collection of Sailor Moon kanzashi are here just in time for yukata season!
If there’s any trend our posts in the past couple of years have shown, it’s that the Japanese can and will personify absolutely anything.
Sometimes it’s not about the quality of your props, but how you use them.
Because the “Create Your Taste” service isn’t available at McDonald’s Japan (yet).