Avast, otaku, for the Japanese government is stepping up its piracy countermeasures.
After-dinner family sticker pictures will soon be A-OK in the eyes of the law.
A thrilling tale of passion, vengeance, and redemption.
Boys will be boys. Some men will be idiots.
Is this guy a creepy predator or just an unlucky, good Samaritan?
20-year-old Mayu Tomita now in stable condition following brutal attack.
Many Americans are showing up to support Okinawa, but Japan isn’t talking about them.
Apparently people in Japan are finding it harder and harder not to assault their friendly neighborhood train station staff as incidents of assault are on the rise.
At a first glance, you’d probably be hard pressed to figure out what this poster is promoting, but that may be the genius of it.
Since February 2015, the Tokyo area has been hit by a spate of thefts by an elderly woman who has managed to evade arrest until just this week.
This month Osaka Prefectural Police pressed charges against a 16-year-old boy for a first-of-its-kind cyber attack in Japan.
If the price was a steal, would you be willing to move into a house where the previous owner was murdered?
Some in the media are calling this incident yet another indication that Japan’s entering an unprecedented era of geriatric delinquency.
Pay close attention to hooks in public restrooms—they may not be what they seem.
Forced temporary closure thought to be the first-ever in Japan.
A South Korean chicken restaurant owner got a rude awakening when he was slapped with a $12,800 fine for ripping off the famous French designer label’s name and monogram design.
Police couldn’t help but think something might be afoot upon hearing the man ask, “Is it a crime to date a 15-year-old?”
Organizations don’t want bare-all periodicals to have to hide under obscuring plastic covers.
How many Japanese passerby return the lost wallet to its owner?