From My Neighbor Totoro to Porco Rosso, these cute kits let you recreate miniature worlds from your favorite Miyazaki films.
Billionaire Jianlin Wang says Mickey Mouse and friends aren’t welcome in China.
Cats can now cosplay as their lamb spirit animal with five cute new bonnet designs.
Let’s just hope that’s not where holy water comes from.
Alongside the lifelike robot, shoppers can try their hand at futuristic screen technology that responds to touch in mid-air.
I do say, that little trolley appears to be floating upside down.
Move over Barbie and Licca-chan, there’s a new doll in town.
Getting the eyes right for an anime character might be hard, but this girl is absolutely nailing it.
The village joins a line of beautifully detailed paper art kits that allow you to put together scenes and settings from your favorite Ghibli films!
We guarantee that watching the video will result in a very “nice day”.
Fair warning: some of these pictures may be slightly NFSW… unless you work in a rope factory.
It might be too cute to eat, but we can’t help wanting more!
Not only is otaku fashion taking over Japanese streets, it’s quickly becoming the go-to dress code for popular places like Disneyland and Universal Studios.
“Matto,” as he’s called in Japan, seriously impresses with his delicately colored illustrations of Tokyo shops.
Osaka theme park doubles down (48-times down?) on its Japanese appeal with daily performances by members of four Japanese idol supergroups.
The news just keeps getting better and better for fans of manga creative team Clamp’s beloved magical girl.
Face off with two of the horror world’s most terrifying characters as they make you look both shocking and beautiful at the very same time.
Love beer? Love trains? Here’s your chance to combine the two for four special nights.
On July 15, the King of the Monsters is set to trample all over Japan’s southern city of Fukuoka! Er, well, maybe just the art museum…
There ain’t nothing Little about this Mermaid.