Well, wet and adorable, anyway.
It turns out there are two species to see at the awesome Pokémon event.
Totoro and Kiki are ready to help deliver your letters.
Grab your costume and three shades of hair dye, Yu-Gi-Oh! fans!
Grab your tickets and your keyblades, because two Kingdom Hearts concert series are coming with a total of 15 performances in six countries.
After you’ve checked out the art and food of the Sailor Moon art exhibit, don’t forget to pick up some souvenirs!
Duelists and anime fans drawn to the sight of 7,000-plus gleaming, mint-condition collectible cards from the hit franchise.
We knew it was going to be sailor-tastic, but it’s better than we imagined.
Matchmaking party allows participants to wear their fandom on their sleeve.
For a short period starting next month, anime cafe Anion Station will be celebrating the new season of Sailor Moon Crystal with another round of drinks and desserts, this time in honor of Sailor Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, and Pluto!
Next time you feel like taking a coffee break, why not head over to the NagaLatte Cafe in Harajuku, where you can try Snow Brand Milk’s newest beverage and experience what it’s like to work as a manga illustrator, animator, or other creative professional?
For a single day in June, cosplay studio Haco Stadium will be welcoming dolls, instead of people, to partake in photo shoots at their Ikebukuro location.
What else would you expect to be on the dessert menu at the Fried Chicken Festival?
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.
Looking for a free meal? Then stop by Shinjuku Station and try some Hadoken ramen!
Author Victor Hugo once said, “Virtue has a veil, vice a mask,” but what if Japanese, contemporary, and fetish masks are your vice? You’ll want to check out Tokyo Mask Festival Vol. 2!
Sailor Moon fans can look forward to an exciting treat in the coming months — an art exhibit in the fashionable Roppongi district of Tokyo!
Two-concert event to cover decades of video game musical history.
Internationally acclaimed contemporary artist Takashi Murakami has returned to Japan with a long-awaited exhibition and Tokyo’s Roppongi Hills is celebrating with a cafe that offers up his art in edible form.
The world’s biggest virtual idol is returning to the U.S. on a new concert tour, and also making her Canadian performance debut.