Ukiyo-e master Hokusai’s iconic seascape is now appearing on eligible motor vehicles in the capital.
From well-known tourist spots to more obscure sites and mysterious activities, this beautiful new video will make you want to pack your bags and head to Japan!
Pikachu is ready to help you ring in the new year with 24 auspicious dishes served inside a giant Poké Ball!
Creator of Astro Boy also had a knack for drawing sexy mouse ladies.
Japan has somehow managed to combine nipples and Buddhist temples to create sacred nipple chocolates.
This stylish young man is making news internationally for working on his rice farm every day in a suit.
Take a trip back in time, and enjoy some sushi while you’re at it!
With beautiful images of pristine Japanese countryside, this clip explains why real wasabi is hard to find.
Exploring the many ways wood pieces can slot into each other is the most strangely satisfying experience we’ve had today!
Pokémon look more distinguished than ever in authentic ukiyo-e that pay homage to a pair of feudal Japan’s greatest artists.
Bosses and girls appear in list of times that call for liquid courage.
In Japan, the customer is God, and sometimes that means going above and beyond to please with distinctive styles of service.
These emblems are more personal than a birthstone, and more inclusive than the family crests of Japan’s noble houses.
The stunning sound and visuals in this new clip are designed to transport viewers to a Japanese festival as part of a new website for foreign tourists.
Our Japanese-language writer used to give himself a pass, until he encountered a woman who changed his mind.
While perseverance is a trait to be admired, there comes a point where “Suck it up, buttercup” is just terrible career advice.
Unless sushi train restaurants add a new dish to their menus, the wasteful trend looks set to continue.
The reason for their entry will surprise you.
Don’t forget to purify your soul before heading to this museum’s display of samurai swords that were designed to do just one thing: kill.
The Jomon Tribe project delves into Japan’s prehistoric mystery with a stunning new photographic exhibition.