Because geisha and warriors are passé, we went to a photo shoot to look like figures of Hollywood’s golden age.
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Approximately 20 minutes after an elderly woman leapt in front of an express train, a conductor threw himself from an elevated train track down the line.
Join Takkyu Genin Pinpon as he takes us on a whirlwind ride of table tennis themed comedic bits that never have a dull moment.
Japan may have forgiven the rip-off Disney star, but they have not forgotten what he did 80 years ago on that blood soaked Pacific island beach.
Call me old fashioned but I remember when mascots were meant to be cute, not demons spawned by human weakness or yam ninjas.
An anime based on a popular Chinese manga makes no bones about its artistic roots but hopes to show the world mainland Chinese culture.
Fast as lightning, those cats were not.
Love watching cats play with robotic vacuum cleaners? Then, how about 48 continuous hours of it live?
Despite being the first person in Japan to purchase the latest iPhone on more than one occasion, Mr. Sato was shunned by his phone company this time around.
Generally mystery meat is something to be avoided, unless you’re talking about Cup Noodle brand mystery meat.
Whenever there’s a slow news day at the office, we do what any journalist would and attempt to toy with the forces of nature.
We finally get a chance to test this portable laundromat and see just how clean it can make your clothes.
As if a marathons weren’t grueling enough…here come the hornets!
That wily shrunken PI always gets to the bottom of things, even while licensing his brand to a line of curry.
These days its hard to describe any music as “unique” but Aragehonji certainly fit that bill.
Yes, you, too, might become a double-medalist in the Olympics, but only if you eat your instant curry!
A handful of golf courses in Fukuoka Prefecture have refused to add a certain checkbox to their applications for fear of their lives.
Do you dread the time the mic gets passed your way during Karaoke functions? We have the answer.
Brush up on your flying chariot versus incense chariot tactics with this close-quarters version of the complex Japanese relative of chess.