Though the game’s release is still a long way off, fans were treated to some exciting new footage of Kingdom Hearts III at Shonen Jump’s annual celebration.
Need some new figures for your desk? Then check out these Buddhist statue figures from Kaiyodo!
Step up your sake game and flavor by trying some of these with your next bottle.
The perfect solution for the leftovers after your traditional Japanese Christmas KFC meal.
If you are on a low-carb diet, or ever thought your beef bowls could use more beef and less rice, then this is the restaurant you need to try in Nishi-Shinjuku.
Look who’s stealing the show in the north of Japan! These fellas may not be very disciplined, but they sure look classy (and adorable) in black and white.
The publisher of Shonen Jump + is teaming with digital distributor MediBang to hold an amateur manga submission contest. Those who make the cut will see their manga on the virtual pages of the magazine!
In a continuation of Cut Video’s “100 Years of Beauty” series, the beautiful Leah Li displays the evolution of Chinese fashion through the decades.
Move over, Land Down Under! The “Administrative District Down and Off to the Side” of Japan not only looks like you, but can go toe-to-toe with many of your attractions.
Ever wondered what the inside of a CT scanner looks like? One man in China will be able to tell you, after he hopped inside after his luggage during a security check.
Gentlemen, let loose your inner samurai when you stay in these latest “wa-kapu” Japan-themed capsule rooms at the Business Inn New City in Yokohama City.
Video showing the making of new PlayStation game’s commercials goes behind the scenes, and under the water, of cosplay.
Where exactly should we draw the line between “figure” and “statue”?
Rumors are flying around the Japanese internet that facial recognition technology may be introduced at least partially at the Arashi concerts being held later this month.
Hilarious avatar creator FaceRig steps up their game by enabling you to become great looking anime characters as well.
It turns out that Tokyo’s Michelin star-winning ramen eatery has a sister restaurant, but not for long.
After an initial announcement in 2013, and then a scrapped alpha test, the Record of Lodoss War massively multiplayer online role-playing game, set in the world of the hit anime, has a 2016 release date.
My Neighbor Sindbad the Sailor?
Yet again proving that you don’t have to be born a girl to be a beautiful woman. (Possibly NSFW)