The rule was simple: draw a finger pointing to “yes” or “no.” The response was an endless stream of funny and clever ways to respond.
Noodle-warrior-transforming old dudes, eye-laser-shooting bosses, dancing Frieza grape soda, and so much more await your eyes.
This fan’s custom guitar job will have all the Dragon Quest fans rocking out.
Some things you just can’t unsee.
Forget hiding in boxes — it’s time for a nap!
It’s little wonder net users in Japan are so taken with these happy pups—they just love their owner so much!
The Super Mario Bros. are back to jump, flip and spin their way through another real-life level.
We have no idea what the game is about, but we can’t stop watching this insane video!
These cute, playful kitties have won the Japanese internet over, and are sure to melt your heart, too.
Armed with colored pencils, this artist demonstrates that every story has two sides
Luckily, it’s just the rock band rather than an actual Powerman5000, but this could still mean big trouble for the game’s makers.
These artists create beautiful anime-style characters from a simple foundation of 10 random lines.
Cat caretaker asks for cat food on Twitter, gets way more than she bargained for!
Japan’s pervert superhero and his muscular buttocks are back!
Kick back and listen to Luna Lee gorgeously plays hits like “Stairway to Heaven,” “Voodoo Child,” “Back in Black,” and Adele’s “Hello” on a 1,500-year-old Korean instrument.
Newly-minted minor celebrity and comedian Atsugiri Jason has raised Japanese hackles with a throwaway tweet that mildly criticized Japanese culture.
If you’ve got the talent and the passion you can use pretty much anything to illustrate your vision, like this piece of art that’s been making the rounds on Japanese Twitter, drawn using only two ballpoint pens.