Travel back in time to feudal Japan with an epic new clip featuring music by the Yoshida Brothers.
The singer strips off to show her appreciation for room scents and fabric softeners.
It’s not every day you get to see cosplayers fronting an ad campaign for one of the annual convention’s main sponsors.
The future of pitching alcohol has arrived in Japan.
The Idolmaster compels otaku and gamers to get to Shinjuku Station at the crack of dawn for some cool free merch.
“Now, the time for heroes has come again” …those very Heroes who used to stay up past their bedtimes and come to dinner late when on a quest!
Hollywood star appears alongside one of Japan’s most popular musicians in Los Angeles jam session.
Right now, the world is buzzing about the return of Twin Peaks. Will Agent Cooper ever escape the Black Lodge? What’s going on in New York? Will the delicious taste of Georgia Coffee finally lead Ken to his wife Asami?
The former Victoria’s Secret model hams it up for the camera in this weird and wonderful Japanese song about kissing.
The Olympian’s bright blue underarms makes it hard to concentrate on her stunning performance.
New age restrictions also put in place for actors and actresses, even anime ones.
Written entirely in Japanese and without any English text, foreign visitors are wondering what on earth these ads mean.
The ever-growing series of traditional artworks is grabbing everyone’s attention for its beauty and humour.
World record-holder becomes member of Pokémon Sun and Moon’s Team Skull.
The British actor brings life to the origin story of a Japanese demon in a clip that plays out like a mesmerising high-budget feature film.
Test your knowledge of Japanese trends by spotting the “buzz points” in this action-packed commercial.
The new ad will bring tears to your eyes while revealing some interesting statistics about Japanese society.
Pom Pom Purin celebrating 20th birthday in grand style in Shinjuku Station, adorable butthole and all…
This Korean commercial is genuinely heartwarming and cute.
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.