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Warabi mochi is usually flavored with soybean powder, but not in the case of these treats from Osaka.
These are the best “wrong” way to use those 100-yen purchases.
It might look like magic, but these balls can actually be stored in the ceiling without the use of any racks, hooks or netting.
The results are a bright kaleidoscope of repetition and fandom that makes our eyes burn.
Three grown men dabble in black arts typically reserved for pre-teens.
From beer bottles to Pokémon and short-skirted anime girls, these Japanese students know how to celebrate their last day at university.
If you need a picture of a young woman blowing a conch shell or watching the end of the world, you’ll find them here.
Takoyaki dumplings are a ubiquitous snack in Japan, but we’ve never seen them like this before!
RocketNews24’s Seiji becomes a big brother for an afternoon.
25-year-old politician draws on his own experiences of isolation during campaign.
Kanda brew pub combines three of the best things in life.
The store drew crowds of hundreds on its opening day, but was the fuss worth it?
This chain’s 100-yen pasta and noodle dishes are just the thing when you’re looking to stretch your budget.
For the price of a couple beers in a Tokyo bar, you can go all the way from the eastern capital to the southwestern island of Kyushu.
Because nothing catches people’s attention like a crowd of spiky-haired students strutting around en masse.
Explosive popularity of skimpy sweater leaves many with one less way to fry virgins’ brains.
After months of debate, Nagoya city council approves 50 billion-yen (US$451 million) budget.
Request met with mixed reaction from praising its frankness to pointing out the impossibility of it.