Innovative awesomeness utilizes one simple trick.
When asked to look back on his week, this kid got full marks for cool bravado, but probably only partial credit for the assignment.
Discovered in an otaku mecca and seemingly protected by the Nintendo franchise’s legendary Triforce.
Nintendo fans set up the gadgets to play Zelda’s iconic “secret” and “treasure” music, and the results are awesome.
This part of Japan is often overlooked by foodies, but ironically it’s hard to see over these towering desserts.
Labor of love makes the latest Gundam mecha look like something from anime’s heady hand-drawn peak.
Free package includes dinner modeled after meals eaten by feudal lords.
Cat cafe operator Neco Republic comes one step closer to founding its own country.
Dorayaki are usually palm-sized, but you’ll need both hands to eat this one.
For the price of a couple beers in a Tokyo bar, you can go all the way from the eastern capital to the southwestern island of Kyushu.
We imagined that this would be either amazingly good or excruciatingly bad, and we were right.
Ninja team in one of Japan’s largest cities needs new members, and neither Japanese fluency nor citizenship is required.
Two young boys’ imaginations and one loving father’s artistic skills continue to combine with amazing results.
The sun isn’t setting for this Lapras, it’s rising again!
Tenya buries the lede (under other types of tempura) in its new “Bacon Chicken Tempura Bowl.”
Patlabor’s Ingram is out on patrol.
Just when you thought Japanese vending machines couldn’t get any more awesome, here comes an awesome-sounding dessert drink.
The significance of the event is being felt by everyone, even the workers who stopped to pose with photos of the mecha’s gigantic detached body parts.
Just a few hours outside of Tokyo, but visually worlds away.
The original Gundam statue is no more, but dry your tears, anime fans, because a new mecha is on the way.