A Japanese university student shares her most memorable observations after a short visit to an American university town.
We taste test the latest offering from Ibaraki Prefecture’s Farmkuchen Fukasaku.
What’s it like to dupe lonely Japanese guys and get paid to do it? We talk to someone who did just that.
Whether you’re into pink frills or black one-piece dresses, there’s a knife here for you!
TOONZ Studio Ghibli Version will be available as a free download starting Saturday March 26.
What can you tell from one blank sheet of paper? According to Chinese netizens you can tell if you’re fit or flabby.
Under the direction of fashion-turned-musical expert Seiji Nakazawa, the RocketNews24 Japan staff have just produced and released their own theme song available now at several major online retailers around the world!
What’s in your wallet? Soon after looking through this collection, it probably won’t be money.
Instead of resorting to punishment, this supermarket manager tries to solve the root of the problem in this heartwarming tale of second chances.
The new store in Shanghai will be the world’s biggest to date for the beloved toy company.
Now you and your kids can experience the fun of owning a cat without any of the hairballs!
See the otaku spirit reflected beautifully in 17 syllables.
True “good boy” that he is, Jack-kun II is rewarded by his employers with full control to the front door of their business and a badge.
Surprisingly, there is a lot less fur than one would expect.
This simple little trick could be a life-changer if you’re a fan of natto.
Dealing with angry customers all day is harrowing work, but Apple’s team was able to quell our reporter Hatori Go’s rage with but a single word.
Yes, Togashi-sensei is finally getting back to work, with the hit manga Hunter x Hunter returning to the pages of Weekly Shonen Jump magazine in April!
Calbee and the casual-gourmet French chain Ore no French will release an “Uni and Dried Roe Kyokujo Cream Sauce” potato chip flavor on March 21.
Kirin’s fresh take on bottled green tea turns our expectations, and frowns, upside down.
Our Japanese reporter eats Japanese ramen in a noodle bar in Paris – but how does it compare to his own country’s salty fare?