The tasty rice crackers known as Kaki no Tane (literally “persimmon seeds”) have long been a favorite Japanese snack, but would you be willing to trying them in this bold new flavor?
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Who hasn’t been fascinated by the ninja and their legendary skills? Well, this special ninja exhibit should certainly help you learn more about their mysterious world!
Whether you’re a huge Sailor Moon fan or not, we’re pretty sure you’ll swoon over how cute these Luna and Artemis bags from Etsy Shop DoroteeSweetlips are!
Artist Riusuke Fukahori’s goldfish creations made of resin are so lifelike, they look like they could start swimming right before your eyes! Read More
Prepare to be impressed by these beautiful leather goods commemorating the 30th anniversary of the mega-hit anime Dragon Ball!
How do you turn internationally popular breath mints into a line of cosmetics and skincare items? Here’s how!
Okay, they’re undeniably cute and stylish, but can you guess what these gadgets are? Hint: you’ll appreciate them particularly in warm weather!
Using frozen fruit as ice cubes in your drink sounded like an awesome idea, so we tried it with seven different fruits, and here’s how they turned out!
It certainly looks comfortable, but would you wear it outside?
That’s right, you really can get these items for 100 yen, or just under US$1 each!
Hona Cafe, the popular pancake eatery from Fukuoka Prefecture in southern Japan, has arrived in Tokyo and is offering Tokyoites a taste of sweet, fluffy heaven!
This new Kit Kat flavor certainly sounds fascinating, but you can only buy them at strictly limited locations!
Who would have thought that the simple act of pouring soy sauce could create an artistic image?
We visited a unique cafe in Omotesando that lets you whip up your own cup of matcha green tea—and have sweet cream-filled bread to go with it, too!
Yup, in the land of kawaii, even soy sauce gets a Disney makeover.
This beautiful confection with an equally beautiful name is captivating internet users across Japan!
Sakura season in Tokyo isn’t quite yet finished — at least the season for tasting it isn’t!
If you’re coming to Japan and buying Kit Kats is on your list of things to do, you’ll want to check this store out!