Stay! Stay! Democratic People’s Republic of Korea! might sound like another example of Japanese weirdness, but it’s actually foreign-developed.
Warner Brothers Japan’s ad campaign for the new Wonder Woman movie sparks controversy on the Japanese Internet.
Surgeon says damage would be enough to “force a professional rugby player to retire.”
Has the clothing brand has done the unthinkable and permeated the lucrative animal kingdom market?
This glittering mask made of solid gold is now on display at the GINZA TANAKA jewelry shop in Ginza.
I don’t think I could even play a cassette tape properly at that age.
Hot on the heels of the Switch, here comes another awesome-looking piece of Nintendo hardware.
Respondents in the U.S., China, and four other countries’ top 10 answers included Pokémon, military leaders, and adult film actresses.
27 years after the first 8-to-16-bit Nintendo video game migration, it might be time to do it all over again, so we called the company to see if they’d give us any more info.
We cannot say with 100 percent certainty that a giant robot did not intervene at the last minute.
The Rock transforms into the most famous Pocket Monster of all to delight his daughter.
On the Road to Recovery: The People of America and Kumamoto Join Together is a beautiful clip that encourages the people of Kumamoto to be positive during recovery efforts.
But is that a good or bad thing?
Written entirely in Japanese and without any English text, foreign visitors are wondering what on earth these ads mean.
Progressive samurai was denied his dream of crossing the ocean, but his tanto still made it to California.
Fans from over 120 countries now have the opportunity to join the Pretty Guardians.
The video streaming giant took the rights to a live-action Death Note movie…and made it!
Veteran vocalist shows she can sing in English like nobody’s business in preview for Japanese release of animated musical Sing.
Japan’s famous woodblock prints meet Occidental-style fortune-telling.