Capsules are only the beginning of what this new Tokyo capsule hotel has to offer.
Will you be one of the lucky few to have this in your abode?
Retail chain Animate is dedicating an all-new store in Tokyo to girls’ anime and manga.
Good thing he had a backpack, because where else was he going to stick his change?
Simulated sex demonstration in Akihabara definitely needed a bigger venue.
Not a fan of the boy wizard? Maybe you’d prefer to hold your meeting in the Wonderland room instead.
The otaku haven’s first women-only capsule hotel will celebrate its opening with an anime collaboration.
Yesterday was Maid’s Day and gorgeous girls from Japan celebrated in the best way possible — with lots of cute poses and photos!
New maiden will help service all human- and plastic-kind.
Whether you’re a diehard anime fan or couldn’t care less about otaku culture, you owe it to yourself to try this new treat in Akihabara.
Crowdfunding being sought for planned location in Tokyo’s Akihabara.
Always hungry for more, we head back to the newly opened Carl’s Jr. in Tokyo to try the fast-food outlet’s morning menu.
Does Carl’s Jr. have what it takes to survive the grand-opening frenzy that every American fast food chain enjoys in Japan? We wait in line four hours to find out.
Courses include maid cafe management, idol production, and dojinshi promotion.
Akihabara may be known as a mecca for cosplayers, but it’s not every day that you run into the horrific “Slit-Mouthed Woman” on the street!
You can probably tell which stations they’ll be played at, but can you guess which songs have been chosen?
We thought we’d seen everything from Japan, but this is one thing we never saw coming.
Mr. Sato visits the Iwayuru Junk Shop in Tokyo’s Akihabara district in search of a true lucky bag: one where you don’t know what you’ll get inside.
Earlier this year, we shared news about a restaurant in Tokyo where you can dine between the train tracks of the busy Chuo Line. One of our Japanese-language reporters finally got the chance to visit the location for himself, and we’d like to share his thoughts about getting up close and personal with some trains!
We’ve seen all kinds of maid cafes all over Japan, from ones that specialize in zombie girls to ones where the girls seductively make rice balls right in front of you. But one type of maid cafe that has been sorely lacking is one dedicated to girls with a fuller figure, the kind of girls known in Japan by the playful monicker of marshmallow girls.
But all that changes now! Shangrila is a maid cafe that recently opened in Akihabara, and it will be staffed completely by more well-rounded young women. What kind of stuff does a cafe like this have in store for its customers? Read on to find out!