The newest installment in the 100 Years of Beauty series shows off some of Japan’s most famous fashions of the last century.
Studio Ghibli’s latest, and possible last, theatrical anime picks up nomination in Best Animated Feature category.
The American broadcaster’s We Bare Bears features a panda, a grizzly, and a polar bear…and in its most recent episode, also an anime schoolgirl pillowcase.
Scholarships for US students studying abroad ensure more people get chance to experience learning in Asia.
Finally! You no longer have to let language barriers keep you from lying to random girls you meet on the street of a foreign land.
Live out your fantasies of love-making in Japan’s bygone eras at this unusual love hotel in Osaka.
A recent article published in the Journal of the Ocean Science Foundation unveiled this black beauty as a new species with one badass name: Ninja Crow Shark!
Food fight! Are these foods cultural adaptations, or abominations? Students take up issue with their university’s menu.
Daigo Umehara may be famous for playing video game Street Fighter as Evil Ryu, but he just did a very good deed.
Krillin, Gohan, and Porunga would like to talk to you about which car you should use your Dragon Ball wishes on.
The famed Hollywood director was ready to set his phaser to “idol.”
Japanese government designates Chiba as a special “deregulated zone,” at least partially so the city can move forward with test flights for drone-based delivery services alongside retail giant Amazon.
The Japan Ground Self-Defense Force and the U.S. Army faced off to determine which side was more worthy of the title of “Iron Chef.”
The family of a Baptist missionary stationed in Japan in the 1930s sent DVDs of the Reverend’s home movies of the era to the Hiroshima town of Onomichi.
In the name of the moon, these hardcore lady-types will definitely punish any enemies of the Moon Kingdom!
And here we thought Mortal Kombat was the gory video game.
Under the South Pacific sun on December 7, 1941, troops serving the US fleet at Pearl Harbor began a calm Sunday morning unaware that Japanese bombers were headed toward America’s most important Pacific base.
Japanese scientists, hard at work finding answers to life’s most important questions.