Starbucks and coffee nuts alike shouldn’t miss out on this unique, luxurious method of coffee preparation.
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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.
The Japanese mail order company’s new monthly pencil set release will undoubtedly have art lovers wanting to collect ’em all.
Once you’ve seen it, you can’t unsee the backstory some think lies behind this picture.
Calling all indie bands in Tokyo – this could be your big break!
This little kitty could very well become Japan’s ice hockey ace at the next Winter Olympics.
The second part of our Japanese bucket list dedicated to all travel enthusiasts!
This bucket list is a two-part series dedicated to all travel enthusiasts in Japan.
The Japan Sumo Association pokes fun at some of its star athletes who appear to hate getting shots just as much as the rest of us.
These Christmas carollers appear to be just a little bit Buddhist!
A manga artist with a talent for sketching famous manga characters on the fly impresses backstage at this year’s Jump Festa.
Craving some carbs? Indulge in this limited-time weekday lunch special for only 800 yen (US$7) per person.
If you have an adventurous palate, get ready to entertain your taste buds with this new take on sushi!
The new gadget is part of the celebrations for the Dragon Ball anime’s 30th anniversary, which first aired on February 26, 1986.