We sent two of our writers out to get ramen, but they almost ended up with criminal records instead.
Morning magazine editor Chonhyon Park allegedly strangled wife to death.
Saying cheese is fine, but flashing the peace sign could be inviting not just social media attention, but identity theft too.
There’re a lot of reasons to want to visit Shinjuku Kakekomi Gyoza, but their importance goes even beyond the vast range of savory dumplings.
A lesson for peeping toms everywhere: you never know when Kamen Rider Knight will appear and put an end to your dastardly deeds.
The two suspects are seen as the latest entrepreneurs in Japan’s burgeoning field of “Voyeur Hunting.”
Man arrested after failing to grasp this not-so-cryptic aspect of Japanese business manners.
Suspect denies touching victim for sexual reasons because he was “actually” trying to rob someone else.
Kyoto Police nearly close the case on one of Kyoto’s more disgusting crime sprees.
”We teach our children to run away.”
Consenting adults generally go to love hotels for the express purpose of getting naked, but how much privacy do they really have?
One of the gangsters reportedly admitted, “I have never met anyone as tough as those deliverymen.”
Police investigation starts as singer cancels all upcoming concerts.
For one unwitting young man, a game of Pokémon GO turned into Grand Theft Auto GO.
While the widespread presence of public toilets in convenience stores is great, it is also fraught with ambiguous customs and could, technically, even lead to criminal charges.
He had the arsenal of Japan’s shadow warriors, but not their stealth.
“We wanted to enjoy watching their drowning faces” was part of their motive.
Authorities charging the suspect with “violation of trademark law.”
North Korean defectors face significant obstacles even after escaping the country.
Sparks online questions about why she was singled out.