This is easily the best way to get around Taipei.
After years of staring at cat pictures and videos with religious fervor, it looks like they’re onto us.
One of the most popular colours is called “Kotori Beige”, based on the character from Love Live!
Always be prepared, or so the boy scouts’ saying goes. And with this bizarre spring-loaded, condom-dispensing belt, you will be!
Relax, no tiny people were dismembered in the making of this article.
You can’t call yourself an epicure until you’ve eaten from an edible bowl created with ramen noodles and waffle batter. And thanks to this new device, you can make one at home!
Celebrate 20 years of catching ’em all with Pokémon Center Japan’s new line of throwback goods.
The range even includes a couple of sporty kimono.
Apparently, some Japanese men really don’t like to eat alone in public. But are they simply too shy, or is there something else going on?
Looking for a way to revolutionize the stale traditions of Japanese Valentine’s Day, Mr. Sato believes he has found the ultimate gift.
Ever wonder what makes Japanese design so…Japanese? Here are ten techniques observed by the graphic design world that typify Japanese style.
The Pacific Rim meets the Atlantic seaboard in Japan’s newest flavor of instant ramen.
Playing cat and mouse at work has never been so adorable.
Inside a phone booth, a table, and in the shape of an old Japanese lantern, these fish tanks are some of the most unusual we’ve seen.
Sometimes, even boxes just feel like dancing.
These workouts are a little more “personalized” than the ones your local gym offers…
Because nothing makes an itasha more painful to behold than painting it yourself…
Manga artist Rumiko Takahashi has received her second nomination for the Will Eisner Comic Awards Hall of Fame, and fans are hoping she’ll be inducted this time!
Missing out on the 67th Sapporo Snow Festival? Check out some of the snow sculptures that have been popular on Twitter!
Shunichi Matsuba, a self-proclaimed diorama artist, creates extraordinarily detailed miniature scenes of Japanese life past and present — often using models smaller than a fingertip.