If you look closely there’s a chance you’ll be able to see it…
Amerika. Itaria. Kanada. The majority of countries are known in Japan by names that sound vaguely similar to their native monikers. So why on earth do the Japanese call the UK ‘Igirisu‘?
“Enlightening” is not a word that should be tossed around lightly, but this essay by eighth-grader Ayumi Takada really is just that.
Afraid of spilling something on your favorite anime T-shirts while cooking dinner? Protect your wardrobe the magical girl way!
Japanese scientists, hard at work finding answers to life’s most important questions.
Whether the near future or the distant past, Evangelion Units look pretty fearsome in whatever era they appear.
Who will win this epic battle between Johannes Kepler and Demon King Piccolo?
Both the Rebel Alliance and the Galactic Empire would agree that these renditions of our favorite Star Wars characters are the perfect way to welcome 2016.
Fans of manga artist Rumiko Takahashi will be happy to know that a slightly unexpected new product featuring her work will soon be hitting stores—instant ramen!
Mei, the strong-willed four-year-old star of Studio Ghibli’s acclaimed anime film My Neighbor Totoro expresses 15 different emotions in brilliant 3-D renderings.
Step 1: Be selfish to your boyfriend. Step 2: Happy marriage.
If a notebook costs 100 yen, 20 yen cheaper than a pencil case, then how much is an eraser?
Many of us dream of eating authentic sushi in Japan. But do you know the proper decorum for ordering? How about paying the bill? And what’s the difference between nigiri and narezushi, anyway?
Japanese and overseas communities react to YouTube disabling U.S. access to content, as Google pressures Japanese labels and rights-holders to sign up for paid service YouTube Red.
Even the pets of Japan want to show their respects to the recently passed yokai author Shigeru Mizuki.
Does best girl taste best, too?
From fashion to extracurricular activities, the lives of an American colleges students are an ocean apart from their counterparts in Japan.