Ehomaki “lucky sushi rolls” are a big part of Setsubun—the changing of the seasons festival. So big, in fact, that some convenience stores appear to be losing their minds in an effort to sell more rolls than the competition.
Anime’s hottest new hero has no hair, but that’s no problem for this dedicated fan who cosplays as One-Punch Woman.
Commuter train with special heart-motif straps and box seats starts service in time for Valentine’s Day.
Chocolate-covered wafers and Japanese rice wine are a winning combination.
Want to try your hand at crafting Super Mario Maker screens, but don’t have a Wii U? Right this way!
Move over dancing queen, here comes the “Campus Queen”!
A beloved mushroom travel companion lost in transit, never to be seen again? Not on our watch!
For those silent parties without speakers.
In an effort to beat the recent cold snap that befell Japan, our writer Ahiru Neko discovered Edible Kairo (Edible Heat Packs) but got a little carried away.
If you can’t make it to one of Miku’s concerts, now she can perform for you right in your home.
One Piece fans in South Korea are getting a piece of the superpower-granting Devil Fruit in the form of Devil Cake!
It’s a beautiful way to save and restart during uncertain times in life.
Today, we present five phases Western expats go through, from arriving fresh off the boat to thinking about retirement, when living in Japan.
Meet the beautiful and talented Thai university student who goes by the name of Yoshi Rinrada—and is capturing hearts all over Asia!
Can you stomach his ab-crushing exercises?
The whisky distiller, famous for upstaging Scottish standbys to be crowned “Best Whisky in the World” in 2014, recently renovated their open-to-the-public facilities. We figured it was as good an excuse as any for a tour and tasting!
Anyone who’s been to Japan knows that the convenience store is the prefect place to get snacks, pay your bills, buy adult material, and get into a fight. Wait, what?
Taiwanese otaku recently greeted Tsai Ing-wen with shouts of “Kirishima!”, which is causing problems for some dojinshi artists.
Fancy a purr-fect replica of your very own feline friend? This Japanese needle-felting artist recreates kitties in stunning, realistic detail to order.