The new automated money box speaks, plays music from the film, and burps after every deposit!
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The new luxury doughnuts are being billed as miniature cakes thanks to their creamy, delectable fillings.
The latest addition to the menu is said to be an irresistible treat for tea lovers.
These sakura-filled dewdrops are every bit as delicious as they are beautiful.
Now you can relax around the home in a traditional outfit worn by schoolgirls during the romantic Taisho period.
People around the country are sharing stunning photos of the early-blossoming sakura in full bloom.
The singer rubs shoulders with some of SoftBank’s finest stars while dressed as a student in Japanese school uniform.
It might sound like an unusual pairing, but according to Japanese sweet connoisseurs, this is actually a delicious combination!
This expat shows us why she loves her 8 square-metre (86 square-foot) living space in Japan’s crowded capital.
Iwate Prefecture is the latest region to receive a designated maternity taxi service, in a trend that’s becoming increasingly popular around Japan.
There’s even a scent-filled 4-D promotional movie being screened to coincide with the new burger’s release.
Do you know the names of all these Japanese photo poses that have appeared over the years?
There might be a rare fault in the design, but we have a feeling some fans won’t be exchanging the faulty item as requested.
The three-minute wait to make cup noodles just got a lot more exciting.
Add a caffeine boost to your toast and sandwiches with this new spread from a popular Japanese coffee brand.
Not only is it cherry blossom-flavoured, it’s also the first time Starbucks has ever released a drink with crunchy Japanese rice cracker pieces.
The Pen-Pineapple-Apple-Pen singer was surprised by his popularity in the US, with kids, artists and famous celebrities all wanting a photo with him.
The gorgeous new release, which comes with milk pudding pieces, was unveiled at a special cherry-blossom event space in Tokyo yesterday.
The “Pose Catalogue” contains 800 photos of men and women lazing about in casual outfits and underwear.
This mesmerising video gives us a unique perspective of what it’s like to be a Japanese “hikikomori” social recluse.