With cute little faces like these, it’s easy to see why.
Officially licensed furniture also functions as a cushion or massive stuffed animal.
There’s more than just the adorable cat dressed as a sushi chef that makes this kit unique.
You might be too old to carry an ordinary stuffed animal around, but what about one that has a practical purpose?
Cats love cardboard boxes, so why not combine the two and create a cute new lineup of adorable characters?
This year may be the Year of the Monkey, but we’re also convinced that it’s the era of cats!
Shiro and friends are back, this time modeling headwear out of empty containers of Calbee’s Jagarico.
Cosplaying becomes infinitely more magical when it’s immortalised as anime-style artwork.
For a limited time during March and April, the Harajuku’s Rilakkuma Cafe in a Honey Forest Cafe will be serving up adorable Rilakkuma-inspired dishes and desserts.
The gorgeous eight-piece collection features a number of adorable, special details.
Keep your personal seal handy with this adorable and convenient twist on the traditional hank stamp.
Tokyo Disneyland is filled with loveable costumed characters, but last Friday the whole cast got upstaged by this little costumed guest.
Now it’s time to bare your bear in the bedroom.
We’d eat them right up, if they weren’t made of plastic.
These delicious-looking cream-filled sweets take sound bites to a whole new level.
According to the artist, Tokyo and Niigata compete for the shortest skirt of all.
Give your phone an adorable pet of its own with these stuffed animal cases!
Whoever said cats and their owners look alike could not have anticipated a closeness like this.
Just because you love cats’ free-spirited nature doesn’t mean you have to put up with a messy apartment.
It turns out neko means more than just “cat” in Japanese.