Will Mr. Sato be able to find the perfect outfit in the trendy Tokyo neighborhood?
This handy, dandy chart lays out a number of characters with their voice actors and shows.
You know it’s high art when you can’t tell if zero effort or a ton of effort went into making it.
Just one quick question: Can we keep it?
This cute superhero will stun you with his “kawaii-sense”.
After you get done wiping your eyes, be sure to give your mother a call!
There is such a thing as being too courteous, and an online survey ranked the 25 most common examples of just that in Japan.
It’s time for another fashion adventure with Mr. Sato, this time in Tokyo’s most fashion-oriented neighborhood, Harajuku!
And yes, it comes in both original and hot and spicy flavors.
Ad for Tokyo auditions lets would-be anime stars know that they won’t be working in the booth if they’ve previously done work with their clothes off.
Put a shirt on, you crazy kids!
Sure, Pizza Hut, but do you English?
In addition to a second rocket landing at sea, SpaceX put a Japanese satellite in geosynchronous transfer orbit.
Japan has been turning cute, cuddly animals into terrifying monsters since…always.
Make a trip to the ATM, and depending on your balance you too might be able to outfit yourself like the hero of the anime and collectible card game.
That’s right, you really can get these items for 100 yen, or just under US$1 each!
Tradition and community are great, but there’s one more thing this Nagano celebration gets a boost from.
Hair of gray. Nerves of steel.
Interviews on the street in Japan get some very interesting results.