A collection of playful prints from over 200 years ago prove that Japan’s highly-refined sense of cute has a very long history indeed.
The incredibly intricate eraser stamps this artist crafts are the result of intense perseverance and die-hard passion!
And no, black isn’t even one of them.
Artists from around the country took part in the project, which sees Pikachu saying thank you in forty different ways.
Who’s got two thumbs and likes to help artists? Handy Art Reference Tool does!
More than 50,000 votes have been tallied and the results are in! Which girl do you think won at the polls?
They’re Tokyo, but also not Tokyo.
Best of all, you can fold your own for just a couple of bucks.
The Guinness World record-holding game joins up with the Guinness World record-holding rice paddy to create a Dragon Quest artwork on a massive scale.
These beautiful pieces are both magical and terrifying.
It’s hard to touch money when the person on the note is popping its head out, glaring at you from the bill.
From Squirtle to Jigglypuff and Lickitung, now you can see what your favourite character would look like as a PokéGirl pin-up model!
80-year-old Masaaki Hiroi has dedicated his life to handcrafting gorgeous wooden toys the old-fashioned way.
Ghidora and Rodan must be so jealous right now.
Rival from Yo-kai Watch also starts packing on muscle to keep up with the pumped-up Pokémon.
No celebration is complete without a decorative watermelon.
The man caught in between the scissors gets his revenge on the happy couple thanks to the creative talents of Japanese artists.
Will the cute black cat receive the red carpet treatment or will he be refused entry at the door for not having a ticket?
A new website looks back on 150 years of modern Japanese history in visual format.
This strangely therapeutic video shows us the magic of the “AgIC pen” that draws electrical circuits to light up paper cities.