The popular yakiniku chain is offering the set for the duration of the summer at participating locations throughout Japan.
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Patrons will be able to immerse themselves in the world of a classic shojo manga through this collaborative cafe.
This upcoming film slated for a February 2018 release will also mark the directorial debut of female anime screenwriter Mari Okada.
While an eager audience of children hung onto his every word, his pep talk appears to have ruffled Japanese net users for an amusing reason.
Tirol Chocolate, also pronounced as Chiroru Choko in Japan, recently won over fans with their rather unconventional way of announcing that the company president was changing.
This one-of-a-kind pen is ready to put a new spin on Pointillism art in the 21st century.
“Now, the time for heroes has come again” …those very Heroes who used to stay up past their bedtimes and come to dinner late when on a quest!
Had your fill of Pokémon Go? Use this device to play classic Game Boy-era games on your phone’s display!
Fans of magical girls and Sanrio, rejoice–this is truly a collaboration destined by moonlight.
This worker discovered a surprising trick which makes use of only one simple object for a potentially epic lifehack.
The project stems from a collaborative effort between one of Tokyo’s biggest landmarks and the celebrated video game series, which turns 30 this year.
Starbucks and coffee nuts alike shouldn’t miss out on this unique, luxurious method of coffee preparation.
On the Road to Recovery: The People of America and Kumamoto Join Together is a beautiful clip that encourages the people of Kumamoto to be positive during recovery efforts.
Seiji Nakazawa, our Osaka-raised correspondent, shares what he thinks the region-based criteria are for ikemen in Japan’s two major cites.
Listen up, sushi romantics–the following types of misconduct at a revolving sushi restaurant will probably cost you a second date.
Tokyo Disneyland has been called “the land where dreams come true” and “the most magical place on Earth,” but never “the land of complete sullenness.”
The upcoming product arose out of a collaboration between two University of Tokyo students and a Japanese fashion designer.
For the second year in a row, this chain of Kyoto butcher shops is offering a bittersweet deal to those whose dreams were dashed.
In an instance of “reverse importation,” the American eatery’s noodle soup will soon be featured at Japan’s preeminent ramen museum.