Request met with mixed reaction from praising its frankness to pointing out the impossibility of it.
All Stories by Master Blaster
Mr. Sato follows a hot lead from a Maasai warrior for some elusive Kenyan food in Japan, and isn’t disappointed.
Possibly the first-ever look at how one of the most crowded magazine covers is designed.
Back due to popular demand and this time in Osaka, Pac-Man will give a few lucky passengers a ride as it chases takoyaki.
New tool allows Kyoto police to be at the scene of the crime before the crime even occurs.
You might think a scrub brush would be a terrible thing to rest your sleepy head on, but think again.
When threatened to hand over his cash, this driver gave some advice instead.
They say you should spend at least three months’ salary when selecting an engagement meteorite, but this guy seems to have gone overboard.
Japan will see your chocolate-carrying rabbit and raise you a co-opted mayonnaise mascot wearing a muppet costume.
I used to assume anyone with the nickname “Chainsaw Man” was automatically cool. I was wrong.
Senior police official quoted as saying, “I have never heard of this behavior, but it’s sick.”
A single catch by a fan brings out the worst and best in Japanese baseball.
Now everyone in Japan is free to exercise their inalienable right to hit themselves in the head – openly and without fear of prosecution.
Come for the Drivers’ Ed, stay for the unlimited nine-month long buffet!
You might be asking yourself: “Why?” Which is probably something we should have done too.
Sompo Japan’s groundbreaking policy covers doxxing, negative memes, and other forms of flaming, but trolls need not apply.
Body discovered several days after man passed away.
Bringing the over-the-top soccer moves of Captain Tsubasa to a live stage seems like a crazy idea, but it’s the kind of crazy Ebina has built a career on.
Although technically neither a “rainbow” nor “fire,” catching a glimpse of this phenomenon has put a spring in everyone’s step.
When calling in sick just won’t do, a couple men took ditching work to a whole new level.