From racy red to baby pink, now there’s a virgin-killing sweater to suit all tastes and occasions.
Usually, when someone says they have a train room in their home, it’s filled with models, but this guy decided to rebuild an actual train carriage inside his house!
Package promises three “butthole balls” in each box!
Wait, is anime otakuism hereditary?!?
Cat cafe operator Neco Republic comes one step closer to founding its own country.
You can’t go wrong buying a random assortment of flawed seafood through the mail.
The Senran Kagura video game series is poised to bounce onto Nintendo’s system the only way it know how: breasts-first.
And yes, the grooms will be required to wear tuxedos at the private ceremonies with their video game brides.
You too can experience all the joy and wonder of getting punched in the face by a champion, and maybe even get a lot of money.
No need to wait until the workday is done before knocking back a cold one, and it just might lead to a full-time position.
Artist behind the product says he’s making a point about modern society.
Dorayaki are usually palm-sized, but you’ll need both hands to eat this one.
Idol Expo allows fans to worship their favorite idols in one convenient location.
Bold innovation isn’t motivated by ecological concerns, but a desire to preserve a part of Japanese agricultural heritage.
It’s unclear what exactly this new Internet anime series is about, except, of course, panties.
Set to go into service next year carrying passengers from downtown Kyoto to Buddhist mountain temples.
It might look like magic, but these balls can actually be stored in the ceiling without the use of any racks, hooks or netting.
The results are a bright kaleidoscope of repetition and fandom that makes our eyes burn.
From beer bottles to Pokémon and short-skirted anime girls, these Japanese students know how to celebrate their last day at university.
If you need a picture of a young woman blowing a conch shell or watching the end of the world, you’ll find them here.