Watch Kaifeng City’s finest leap out a window to pull a would-be jumper off a ledge.
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Now’s your change to look just like John, Paul, George, and Ringo did when they first touched down in Tokyo in 1966.
After living in Tokyo for ten years, our Osaka-born writer Seiji Nakazawa shares some experiences from his hometown he thought were normal but actually weren’t.
Already having made a substantial impact in France, the eccentric music of Les Romanesques is looking to break big in Japan.
A lesson for peeping toms everywhere: you never know when Kamen Rider Knight will appear and put an end to your dastardly deeds.
Some of the more civilized comments against the tabloid Friday include “Die” and “Do you feed your families with the money you squeeze out of people’s souls?”
Coriander, cilantro, pakchee, or whatever you want to call it, there’s a whole bunch in this new version of the popular instant fried noodles.
I can say fairly certainly that this is the greatest painting of instant deep-fried vegetables ever made.
Court victory gives new meaning to the phrase “embarrassment of riches.”
Twitter comes to the aid of Hiroki Narimiya days after a tabloid accuses him of drug use.
“Big” is looking to be the operative word for next year’s Japanese pop culture themed attractions.
Well, you’ve got to start somewhere…
Usher in the holiday season with a huge mound of “rice cooker roast beef” using our all-too-easy recipe.
Eggs with white yolks and citrus scents are among the luxurious offerings on deck at this all-you-can-eat deal in Tokyo.
If you’re looking to stave off dementia, it’s Miller time!
SpaceWorld’s “Aquarium of Ice” has been under fire by animal rights supporters for their unique attraction. But is it really all that it seems?
Russian President Vladimir Putin shows his playful side by only making a veiled threat against neighboring countries.
You really ought to check out the video, because screenshots don’t do justice to this visually impressive game for Android and iOS devices.
If the name is any indication, the Kobe Disco Train promises to be a more uptempo and commercially viable version of a soul train.
Snack food company Calbee is playing with fire by expecting people to swallow their new concept potato chips: “Wet Potato, Moist Mild Soy Sauce Flavor.”