It’s still in the middle of winter in Japan, but beer bottles and cans from Asahi are already dressing up for sakura-filled spring!
It’s quite normal to hear news of someone graffiting pieces of world heritage and feel a sense of outrage, but Kyoto’s Tandenan Temple actually encourages such scrawl. Our writer Masami grabbed a sharpie and went to check it out.
Japan’s most famous urban ruins weren’t always deserted, as shown in this video from the 1960s when Gunkanjima’s ghost town was still alive and well.
Many Japanese venues allow concertgoers to wave glow sticks, but waving your junk? That’s a no-no.
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How many different movies can you find in this one piece of art?
The family that games together on a giant controller…probably gets in lots of fights when someone is late to press jump.
One of these puppies isn’t interested in fitting in, and Japan is more than OK with that.
Don’t pick a fight with an elevator, because the elevator always wins.
Tired of the battle between iOS and Android? Time to get a Hello Kitty flip phone!
The spin-off building-cum-adventuring game debuted just over a week ago, but Japanese gamers are already showing off their most brilliant and wacky creations.
February is a hard month to face, so why not put on a mask and greet it looking like something else?
These baroque-style wigs made entirely from paper are going to ba-low you away.
Indulge your GochiUsa obsession with these classy but cute Rabbit House headphones.
Why tickle the ivories or shred an ax when you can make music by squeezing some cats?
He’s handsome, talented and an Olympic gold medalist. And now, Yuzuru Hanyu will be making his screen debut as a samurai lord in the Edo period!
With one of the lowest birth rates in the world, activists in Singapore are using clever advertising campaigns and humor to try to trigger a baby boom.
RocketNews24’s mightiest eaters assemble to take on competitive eater and devourer of all things delicious (and possibly the occasional soul too) Sachiyo Masubuchi.
Because the best way to celebrate the arrival of a fast train is with a serving of fast food.
Who said wrist rests have to be boring?