800 years after its creation, the Scrolls of Frolicking Animals are still inspiring new content, thanks to the anime studio Hayao Miyazaki built.
From well-known anime characters to traditional Japanese imagery, this artist creates an astonishing amount of detail with card and a paper cutter.
Producer of Spirited Away and The Wind Rises wants to make exhibit as accessible as possible, offers partial rebates to advance ticket purchasers.
Notebook and diary planner posts from a Japanese artist offer a small peek into the inner lives of ordinary people.
Looks like Pikachu’s protein supplements and lifting regimen have been super effective.
Trees will “breathe” with light and sound as their beauty takes visitors’ breath away.
You may not believe your eyes, no matter how many of them you have!
Tomomi Kamoshita’s exquisite works of art will be on display at an upcoming exhibition in New York City dedicated to earthquake relief in Japan.
Now you can make frothy 3-D art in an instant with a cute new device from Japan.
The goddess of love and beauty is now equipped for a world of blood and guts.
The illustrated breads even include images that change colours halfway through the loaf.
What looks like a fish, sits like a fish and fries like a fish? A piece of wood.
Designed to resemble traditional uchiwa fans, these exquisite lollipops are amongst the prettiest sweets in Tokyo.
When art meets goldfish, it’s a beautiful thing.
I do say, that little trolley appears to be floating upside down.
Fair warning: some of these pictures may be slightly NFSW… unless you work in a rope factory.
“Matto,” as he’s called in Japan, seriously impresses with his delicately colored illustrations of Tokyo shops.
Once its life as a pencil is over, this innovative piece of stationery will colour your garden by blooming into a variety of edible plants.
There’s no better way to look after the roads than with built-in protection from one of Japan’s most revered deities.