A special art exhibition dedicated to important people in the life of poet and painter Yumeji Takehisa (1884-1934) is currently underway in Tokyo.
JR East has finally announced the dates of operation and ticket prices for its contemporary art Shinkansen set to begin running in late April.
Who would have thought that we could go without this ice cream flavor for over two decades?
Kittens and their paw prints will be blossoming at Tokyo Skytree for a limited time this spring.
Want to feel a little special in the bath? These hot guys (ikemen) in anime form can help you with that!
Miyuki Muto, the president of a fish wholesaler, received a five-year suspended sentence for killing an employee after physically assaulting him.
Now it’s time to bare your bear in the bedroom.
February 22 is Cat Day in Japan, so Ikumi Mama Animal Doughnuts is making delicious, adorable cat doughnuts. And we got some!
If you’ve seen all of these, then count yourself among the most elite of Ghibli otaku.
Toy brand Takara Tomy collaborates with distinguished doll maker Kyugetsu to release a limited 2016 edition of the Licca-chan Doll Festival series.
I think we could all benefit from having a note like this dropped on us by a stranger.
But are you willing to swap your white rice for brown rice?
Ninety seconds is all you need to reach the “happily ever after” ending of this super-cute video.
It looks like it belongs in Japan, but it’s another Asian country that’s laid claim to the delicious-looking sweet.
Conan o-“fish”-ally cements his fame in South Korea by making an appearance in the drama One More Happy Ending as a talking goldfish.
There’s only one problem: the factories that will make the phones haven’t been built yet.
A Japanese startup is working with Bandai Namco to rework the classic arcade game into an immersive virtual reality experience—using a touch-control VR headset that will cost under US$20.
It will be the biggest of its kind and likely, probably, hopefully, lead to the ultimate discovery: that we are not alone.