From Love Live! to The iDOLM@STER and Puella Magi Madoka Magica, we take a look at some of the most popular characters and cosplayers at this year’s event in Japan.
This new “Moe Beer” could be Akashi Brewery’s most momentous addition in its 300-year brewing history.
The Kit Kats here are served with a theatrical display of dry ice and biscuit pieces that allow you to blow “smoke” out your nose.
It turns out there are two species to see at the awesome Pokémon event.
Is that a carrot in your curry or are you just happy to see me?
Mr. Sato takes a stroll through the shopping arcade of Asagaya Station in Tokyo for this year’s Tanabata festival and bumps into none other than The Donald himself!
A South Korean and North Korean gymnast have shown the world the two nations can live peacefully side-by-side with one selfie.
Guess who wants to play a lot of Pokémon GO in August.
Forging a katana is extremely labor intensive, but it all comes together with a swift dunk in water to cool.
Sorry, Pikachu, but the Middle Eastern nation doesn’t choose you.
Poktanju, sometimes known as Soju Bomb in English, is a cocktail popular in South Korea, and this lady is the queen of making them pop.
Marking Japan’s unofficial “Banana Day” celebration of bananas, McDonald’s Japan offers us a sneak preview of its upcoming summer exclusive McFlurry flavor.
While athletes go for the gold, what fans want to take home is this exclusive piece of Pokémon Olympic memorabilia.
China has smashed its own Guinness World Record for the largest number of robots dancing at one time.
Why bother with jelly donuts when you could munch on one of these?
It’s cicada season in Japan, but this Twitter user doesn’t let their creepy, crunch remains get them down!
Creator of Gantz sounds off about the difficulties posed by Japan’s used manga market.
One choice tops the list by a wide margin.
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