Don’t forget to purify your soul before heading to this museum’s display of samurai swords that were designed to do just one thing: kill.
And yes, that is a milkshake with pretzels and potato chips.
Director Makoto Shinkai’s anime are often described as magical, so what better way to salute his latest project than a magic trick?
Super hard-working director Makoto Shinkai would definitely be proud of this guy.
The impressive five-piece handmade set also includes an adorable Slime!
Amazing Kaiju mini-statue costs a king of the monsters’ ransom.
This is about as much love for the classic anime and manga as you’ll ever see stuffed into one piece of artwork.
The clothing was the easy part of this amazing anime costume.
KFC Japan’s summer of all-you-can-eat fried chicken is ending, but at this Tokyo restaurant limitless chow can be your all year long.
For anime characters, does the light novel section count as non-fiction?
Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress is the latest anime series to get the 1:1-scale statue treatment.
Well, wet and adorable, anyway.
Here’s the potentially awesome upside of rain on the day you’re going up Tokyo’s tallest structure.
And poses from Kill Bill’s fight choreographer ensure you’ll look fearsome when you get there.
Best of all, you can fold your own for just a couple of bucks.
The King of the Monsters is lurking under the skin of modern anime’s most iconic mecha.
You won’t want to take this guy on in the ring or at the arcade.
Super Mario Bros. 3, Mega Man 2, Metroid, and Final Fantasy all included in save state-equipped device.
Ghidora and Rodan must be so jealous right now.
One year later, little Ryusei proves he’s still got better moves than most adults.