Cats love to hide in warm spots in the winter, so be sure to check your car before hitting the ignition on cold days!
After inadvertently causing a stir at last year’s E3, Capcom assured players that Chun-Li’s freakishly bouncy breasts were merely the result of a bug that would be fixed for the game’s release…
Step into spring with a little help from some iconic Japanese imagery.
Let your smartphone take the guesswork out of finding your way around Shinjuku and Tokyo Stations.
His trip around the world was due to a fan who couldn’t focus on studying and instead used her time to send the TV host a box of Korean munchies.
Get the peace and quiet you need by shoving a tiny dog in your ears!
We sent two of our Japanese writers to dress up in matching Kiki & Lala Little Twin Stars cosplay in Harajuku!
Sakura Sakuranbo aims to please with two types of cherry flavors.
Let your sweet tooth run wild with this new take on famous Japanese vocaloid Hatsune Miku.
These intricately designed, hand-made creations look like they’d be right at home in a Studio Ghibli production or fantasy game.
This ornate teapot holds a dark secret—using it, you can either amaze your guests with excellent service, or murder them. Whichever floats your boat.
A Japanese hobbyist spent six months drawing a massive and complex maze on a wall-sized sheet of paper. Thankfully, he filmed the whole thing and set it to some catchy J-Pop for our viewing pleasure.
Ever wonder what happens when neither you nor the crane game is the outright winner?
Even though it was written 12 years ago, What Happens Before War still serves as a cautionary tale, and this brand new short film is helping to take it to a whole new generation.
The Force is adorably strong with them.
This elderly couple turned their sad future around with the beauty of flowers and now thousands of people visit them when their garden blooms each year.
Need a name for your new kitty? Here are 25 suggestions from Japan.
You’ll never waste time pushing in chairs ever again thanks to this amazing new invention from Japanese car manufacturer Nissan.
Passengers may gripe that Chinese railway staff members can be less than friendly, but providing service with a smile can be a little difficult when some riders are literally pigs.