Some friends come and go, while others disappear right before your eyes!
Chūgoku, Kyūshū, Hokkaido, Chūbu/Hokuriku versions streamed.
Japan’s rail system is so easy to use, even this kitty commuter has no trouble with it.
Don’t try this at home, kids (and grandkids)!
This may upset you to learn, but if you’re a potato chip fan living outside of Japan then you’re seriously missing out…
Tokyo resident is the first foreign member of the Hattori Hanzo Ninja Squad.
Once we heard about matcha white wine from Kyoto, we knew we had to try it for ourselves.
How do you think this group will react to the taste of one of Japan’s favorite sushi delicacies?
Our reporter hops on a plane to Paris to check out Princess Crêpe, a Japanese-style creperie in the City of Lights!
The maker’s of Japan’s famous ice candy Garigari-kun released an ad apologizing for a 9-cent price increase, and I still haven’t heard jack from my insurance company.
Cloudy skies can’t keep these symbols of fertility down! Note: This post may not be safe for your workplace.
You’d have to be almost as wealthy as the Briefs family to win all four of the different versions!
The results are in and the 2016 Manga Taisho goes to Golden Kamuy.
Looking for an inexpensive, relaxing place to stay in Shibuya? Nadeshiko Hotel Shibuy may be just what you want!
If you’re a resident of Singapore, you’ll definitely want to check out what your neighborhood looks like in moe character form!
Calling all Chubu region popcorn fan! Garrett’s Popcorn Shops has released a geographically exclusive popcorn tin: Nagoya Gold.
Two of Japan’s greatest instruments of justice merge seamlessly into one another in this amazing illusion wire art.
Buy me some peanuts and Tiger Stripe…that’s how the song goes, right?
These batteries aren’t full of electricity — they’re full of love.