Popular anime shop Animega makes up their New Year lucky bag with all our favourite Sailor Moon characters, including Luna the cat.
It may only be a few seconds long, but this clip of a raccoon attempting to ‘wash’ some cotton candy serves as a powerful metaphor for life…
For when you need a little more excitement in your morning train ride!
There’s a reason why the same parents who encourage their kids to become doctors or lawyers don’t try to steer them into becoming anime studio employees.
Because if someone’s going to stick you with a handful of needles, you might as well have some anime girls watching.
With 60 items for just 1,000 yen (US$8.35), Animate’s lucky bag might just be the luckiest of all.
The premiere of the Kuroko’s Basketball stage play is still a few months away, but the producers are giving fans of sports anime and/or dreamy boys a sneak peek with the first in-costume cast photo.
Donguri Kyowakoku, the chainstore that sells nothing but Studio Ghibli items, has delighted fans with the best offering of the year: a bag filled with amazing Ghibli merchandise.
Looking for a great travel destination for the new year? Well, this one will at least ensure you never understand what anyone’s saying!
What’s simple, cheap, yet super fashionable? The loot from Muji’s lucky bag! The takeaway from this no-frills retailer was well worth the early wake up call.
A young man recently had a brush with death after his epic snacking caused his stomach to fill with so much gas that it nearly exploded.
Do you like hunky, muscle-bound men and mochi? Then we have the perfect event for you!
Comiket doesn’t have to cost you a fortune! Take a look at what you can pick up for just the price of entry—in other words, absolutely free.
There’s a lot to look forward to in the Year of the Monkey—Here are just a few of the top Japan-related events you won’t want to miss in 2016!
A new cafe for female otaku in Osaka says neither boys nor normies are allowed. Naturally, we had to check it out for ourselves!
From Pikachu to Totoro, these onigiri rice balls are as cute as they are delicious-looking!
Yo, dawg! I heard you like game systems, so we put game systems in your game system!
Learn about this sad sumo jargon while enjoying a few photos of sumo wrestlers petting cats!
Mr. Sato visits the Iwayuru Junk Shop in Tokyo’s Akihabara district in search of a true lucky bag: one where you don’t know what you’ll get inside.