We spent a day taking photos from the back of a pick-up truck in the Philippines. This is what we saw…
We’re not art experts, but the disproportionate figures have us pretty convinced that they’re early super deformed art.
Time to strap on your katana and kabuto, history buffs.
Is your Darling a Foreigner? Then you might want to read this list of seven things to think about before putting a ring on it.
This ultra high-definition documentary is scheduled to come out this year. You can help support its production, and get some pretty cool things for doing so too!
Twenty-four enchanting images of China now available to us thanks to quite the unexpected source.
Centuries-old aesthetics meet modern travel convenience.
Having beans thrown at you, being glared at while sitting in a flower…what horror!
Kick back and listen to Luna Lee gorgeously plays hits like “Stairway to Heaven,” “Voodoo Child,” “Back in Black,” and Adele’s “Hello” on a 1,500-year-old Korean instrument.
Newly-minted minor celebrity and comedian Atsugiri Jason has raised Japanese hackles with a throwaway tweet that mildly criticized Japanese culture.
Experiments’ results found similar effects for men and women.
For two days only, you’ll be able to try your hand at “Taxi Yabusame”, which involves hitting nine targets from the backseat of a cab.
Apparently, some Japanese men really don’t like to eat alone in public. But are they simply too shy, or is there something else going on?
Glossy postcards of today have nothing on these atmospheric images.
Last year about 5 million Chinese tourists visited Japan, and Chinese website NetEase was kind enough to compile a list of seven of Japan’s most unusual habits according to them.
This is the first time we’ve ever seen a levitating bonsai.
In an era of executions and forced suicides, this is one presentation you wouldn’t want to doze off in.
As shocking as it may sound to a Westerner’s ears, some Japanese kids continue bathing with their parents up until high school. It turns out, though, that doing so may have a positive impact on their grades.
There was a time when sumo wrestlers and kimono-clad ladies made shipping companies look beautiful.
Now you can boost your chance of passing an exam by calling for a Kit Kat cab in Japan.