This reportedly official demand from North Korea begs the question: is body-shaming always wrong?
All Stories by Master Blaster
Known traditionally as “Pocky Day” in Japan, 11 November may become “Good Shopping Day” before long.
Kyoto Police nearly close the case on one of Kyoto’s more disgusting crime sprees.
This Culture Day, our reporter Yuichiro Wasai went straight to Fuchu Prison. He did not pass Go. He did not collect 200 dollars.
Seiji Nakazawa has trouble keeping his continence in check as he strums on a guitar worth more than some people make in a year.
The forgotten tactile pleasure of turning a clicky dial to change the television channel can be had again!
Our writer Yuichiro Wasai recently had a life-changing experience regarding the way he poops and now he wants to share it with the world.
One of the gangsters reportedly admitted, “I have never met anyone as tough as those deliverymen.”
Our reporter ventures deep into the heartlands of Japan to find this hidden landmark.
In need of an inspiration boost? Come browse the zany yet brilliant ideas of artist Neji Sato in his website Prototype 1000.
For one unwitting young man, a game of Pokémon GO turned into Grand Theft Auto GO.
While the widespread presence of public toilets in convenience stores is great, it is also fraught with ambiguous customs and could, technically, even lead to criminal charges.
Not only do you get a 500 yen per night discount, but it promises to be one of the more emotional check-ins you’ll ever experience.
In late November a four-day festival of music, food, fashion, and culture will be held, and anyone with a foreign passport will get some VIP treatment.
Trapped and with his life hanging in the balance, this calm-and-collected Chinese student took the opportunity to get his math drills done.
We investigate this creepy looking candy store only to find that it might just be the sweetest place in all of Tokyo.
Rather than some social program saying farming is good for “troubled youth,” Vegefru Farms says “troubled youth” are the answer to farming’s prayers.
Once again, our Japanese-language reporters ride along a razor-thin line of reasoning and derail right into a valuable life lesson.