The unusual new flavours are designed to go down well with traditional Japanese meals.
All Stories by Oona McGee
The gold prize is part of a new campaign that involves searching for clues left by a yellow-suited “Nugget Thief” at stores around the country.
Say hello to summer with the sweet tang of a new cheesecake McFlurry made with a very special Japanese citrus fruit.
Coca-Cola claims its new drink will reduce stress and anxiety while promoting drowsiness and restful sleep, but does it deliver on its promise?
Power up your wardrobe with a pair of collared sailor style Japanese uniforms wrapped around your ankles.
Create your own personalised postcards for as little as 18 cents each at 7-Eleven convenience stores in Japan.
There’s no better way to look after the roads than with built-in protection from one of Japan’s most revered deities.
The latest way to get a good night’s sleep in Japan is, apparently, by drinking water made by Coca Cola.
The latest news regarding renovations has revealed information about several exciting new exhibits which has us counting down the days to the July 16 re-opening.
The unique creations include a cat-faced keyhole design that comes to life on the bride’s wedding day.
With lanterns, cocktails and one thousand unusual goldfish, this is the coolest place to hang out in your yukata this summer.
It’s the perfect way to stand out while staying dry during the rainy season.
While a one-litre (two-pint) bottle of Pepsi usually contains 1.0 GV (gas volume), these much smaller bottles now pack 5.0 GV in more than half the size.
Could you eat a pointy-eared steamed cat?
Can you see yourself in any of these annoying customer profiles?
Now you can make your own frappucinos without having to step out into the summer heat.
Who needs a gold medal when there’s a serving of gold fries up for grabs?
With its stunning scenery and fragrant beauty, this is one spring festival you don’t want to miss!
This traditional Japanese rice wine is said to enhance the chocolate-eating experience.
Two all-American heroes blend seamlessly with two legendary Japanese characters in this new take on a classic ukiyo-e print from the 1800s.