The company behind Mitsuya Cider apologizes for their thoughtlessness in glorifying reckless behavior in their ad.
Just when you thought Japanese commercials couldn’t get any weirder.
A different type of Seven Samurai.
Thirty games isn’t all the Nintendo Classic Mini Family Computer is reviving.
Horror meets chocolate in this Japanese commercial for Snickers. Are the results sweet … or creepy?
A Kirin “Rich Green Tea” ad teaching Japanese people the appropriate way to greet foreigners attracted some criticism online, with some calling it racist.
We bet you’ve never heard anything quite so “delicious for your ears” as this unique commercial and its accompanying second !
The crisply suited men of World Order are here to teach you some basic Japanese business tricks (and advertise an energy drink while they’re at it).
This moving video shows the people of Kyushu on a happier day.
The Osaka area’s Kansai Electric Power Company, also known as KEPCO, has recently released a new commercial that’s a nostalgia-inducing picture-walk through the last 65 years of life in Japan.
Forget kung fu action films, the newest kicking badass is this stinky-footed office lady from Japan.
Don’t blink or you might miss what these inter-species romance vignettes are actually trying to promote.
We can’t quite decide whether Japanese fashion giant Uniqlo’s latest promotional campaign is cute, empowering, or just plain silly.
The maker’s of Japan’s famous ice candy Garigari-kun released an ad apologizing for a 9-cent price increase, and I still haven’t heard jack from my insurance company.
Paper artist recreates airplanes to-scale in painstaking, minute detail.
This dance and and its accompanying catchy little jingle, nicknamed the “brainwashing song,” are currently stuck in people’s heads around Japan.
Fast food empire McDonald’s took an unexpected, socially conscious turn in Taiwan recently when it produced a commercial depicting a young man telling his father that he’s gay.
Some things you just can’t unsee.
Ninety seconds is all you need to reach the “happily ever after” ending of this super-cute video.