The viral hit makers from Japan and South Korea get together to show us their awesome new dance moves.
Experience the thrill of dancing with a crowd in the bathtub without disturbing the neighbours.
This hilarious clip shows every detail of the unexpected event, including the moment the deflated Pikachu attempts to get back on stage.
There’s no better way to promote the nation’s rice crops than with a grandmother and two girls in kimono dancing at famous landmarks around Tokyo.
It’s a polar-izing music video we can’t bear to look away from.
Years from now he may not be remembered for his life, but he will definitely be remembered for his death.
Even gold-medal winning figure skater Yuzuru Hanyu has been caught on film performing the infectious dance moves.
Who knew the doppelgänger of a communist leader could come with such adorable bopping hips?
China has smashed its own Guinness World Record for the largest number of robots dancing at one time.
The Japanese government has passed a bill relaxing its decades old prohibition on dancing, but the new law may not be much better than the old one.
Is this a martial arts demonstration or dance off? You decide!
Forget K-pop — it’s all about the cat-pop!
Amid tension between countries in East Asia, techno dance group World Order travels to China to promote their message of peace in their latest music video.
Sometimes, even boxes just feel like dancing.
Hey, you got your tuna in my house music! Hey, you got your house music in my tuna! Wait a minute…
Sophistication and sass are not mutually exclusive.
What kind of training do aspiring voice actors undergo before debuting as pros in Japan? We took a trip to a Tokyo voice acting academy to find out!
Java sparrows are pretty popular pets in Japan, where they’re called buncho. But even though buncho literally means “literature bird,” some of the cute little creatures apparently have more of a gift for music, like in this video of one Java sparrow dancing adorably to the sounds of one of Japan’s most popular rock bands and singing along like he’s at karaoke.
Oh the internet. With the sum of all human knowledge available at our fingertips, and people all over the world connected together instantaneously, we have truly produced some incredible creations like… pictures of funny animals, cute girls, and lots and lots of trolling.
And nowhere is our refined internet taste more evident than the latest internet craze in Japan: a girl kind of just doing whatever in front of a camera. In just four days she’s amassed a following of over 100,000 viewers on video and streaming site Niconico, and it doesn’t look to be slowing down from there.
What makes her videos so popular? I think we might have an idea… or two.