Finally! Wearable sake!
Tongue-in-cheek explanation says that men’s love of breasts means they don’t have the mental fortitude required to win in co-ed competition.
Over ten new designs showing off battles so epic they transcend art periods.
Travel-broadened Japanese Twitter users share their stories of culture shock and pleasant surprises.
Japan’s traditional art of paper-folding turns out to be useful in the kitchen too.
“FF gai kara shitsurei shimasu” has nothing to do with men or explaining.
Kodo drummers help modern technology blend with one of Japan’s most traditional instruments.
Want to make katana for a living? Hope you don’t mind not getting paid a single yen for the next five years.
“The only people who think culture shouldn’t be shared are racists like you.”
Join us as we attempt to unravel the cultural enigma of the chicken-eel that goes “Mooooooo!!”
Go for the history and culture. Stay for the silly artwork.
Would anime-style Descartes say “I think, therefor I super deformed am?”
Full array of 366 hana komon, each with its own associated meaning and symbolism, is on offer.
Traditional Japanese art form gets an added kitty quotient.
Chairman singles out two aspects of Japanese traditional culture that people of other nations “wouldn’t understand.”
One of Japan’s most beautiful and important katana is proving popular with history buffs and young ladies alike.
What better way to convince your spouse to stop cheating than by hiring a “friend” to tell them to quit?
Plus a special announcement about the W.T.F. series!
Drinking with the boss is only the second-biggest complaint in survey.
Hundreds of origami components make up each of these beautiful “Trees of Cranes.”