To newcomers the anime art may simply look cool, but for veteran video gamers it’s a delicious slice of well-aged nostalgia.
Two years after his passing, Satoru Iwata remains an important part of Nintendo’s video game vision.
Clever container even has its own self-contained maple syrup serving.
Unveils an incredibly cool Japanese ink painting that we all want to adorn in our rooms.
Once you see it you can never un-see it.
Awesomely-defensible Fukui Prefectural headquarters is built on castle grounds.
Latest iteration of anime restaurant also salutes Sailor Uranus and Neptune’s forbidden…smoothie?!?
Body of water even has a connection to the creatures’ traditional role in Japanese mythology.
The domesticated cat learns to think like its modern prey, the tin of cat food.
Japan’s traditional art of paper-folding turns out to be useful in the kitchen too.
The living embodiment of the throwing star and stripes.
The perfect way to get your math teacher to hate you.
How about a fine paper Stegosaurus? That’ll be 90,000 yen (US$818) please… and that’s not even the most expensive piece.
Furisode fashion gets a modern makeover.
Guillermo del Totoro is the touching result of a child actress’ pronunciation hurdles.
Bedridden senior home residents pose for photos like stars of the silver screen.
Just watching him make it is worth the price alone!
Because watching the same old life-saving information can get boring sometimes.
Behind-the-scenes video shows the laser-focus and hard work that keeps fans supplied with ice-cold draft beer at Japanese baseball stadiums.
Merciless warlords and noble reformers serve as inspiration.