With the controversy over the model’s Vogue photos ongoing, has anyone bothered to check on how Japan feels?
Critics still likely to find problems with legislation.
Recent animal rights complaints had some thinking plans would be scrapped, but the eve mainstay will be part of this year’s event after all.
RocketNews24’s Mr. Sato went out for coffee, and somehow came back at the center of a political debate.
New Japanese film asks, “Who decides which animals are okay to eat and which animals aren’t?”
The new ad campaign addresses a variety of behaviours that should be avoided while travelling on trains, but so far, this is the only act that they’re calling indecent.
Gender-based, color-coded badges to be introduced as part of new regulations.
Apparently kids just can’t learn properly if they’re wearing any other shade.
Event lists restriction on official website.
Trade association upset over Halloween attraction with hundreds of authentic figures.
Famed Japanese politeness wraps so far back around that it ends up being pretty rude on Osaka train.
AIDS research fundraiser to be held next month in Tokyo.
Looks like this Shinjuku eatery is a boys’ night out option after all.
Feel like having pizza for your boys’ night out? Better find somewhere else to eat it.
Pokémon GO’s eggs apparently contain not only baby Pokémon, but seeds of controversy too.
Critics say that adding a katana to the insignia is offensively evocative of Japan’s World War II military aggression.
Broadcasting Standards Association, I choose you!!!
Former Ghibli producer Hirokatsu Kihara gave an interview with Dazed magazine, and some of his insights paint the famous studio in a negative light.
South Korea acting a little like its neighbor to the north.
Pokémon Go has dominated the news cycle since its release, and surely has many, many development houses scrambling to come up with something similar. But will the wildly popular game fade into obscurity before we know it?