Bow down to your new furry sensei.
It’s all in the name of Japanese culture and tradition.
We bring you the itinerary for the popular Japanese penis festival so you don’t come too early and have to pull out.
The unusual burger is one of a number of restaurant meals usually not available to the public that can be purchased at a very special food event for a limited time.
This Culture Day, our reporter Yuichiro Wasai went straight to Fuchu Prison. He did not pass Go. He did not collect 200 dollars.
Hay! Godzilla! Aren’t you a little far from home out here in the field?
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.
These photos make us want to shrink ourselves down and make a purchase at the mini festival stalls!
This October is going to get a little crazy in Tokyo.
Mr. Sato takes a stroll through the shopping arcade of Asagaya Station in Tokyo for this year’s Tanabata festival and bumps into none other than The Donald himself!
Do you know the real Japanese technique to wearing traditional footwear?
More than 50,000 votes have been tallied and the results are in! Which girl do you think won at the polls?
The popular lingerie retailer is daring its customers to bare their bras to the world this summer.
The Kyoto shrine famous for thousands of vermilion torii gates will spirit you away to a mystical world of beauty this weekend at its famous annual night-time festival.
The huge streamer decorations that draw crowds from all around Japan will now feature adorable cat characters created by an anime artist.
The man who kneads rice at incredible speeds of three hits per second lets us into his world and tells us why he lives for making mochi.
A lesser-known Yamagata Prefecture custom may just be what Obon needs to stave off invasive species of the holiday kingdom like Halloween, Christmas, and Easter.
Rather than hiding the calluses, the bulges on these men are glorified for a very special reason.
It’s known as one of the nation’s top three most bizarre festivals and has resulted in deaths when it’s held every six years, but now you can experience the ride first-hand at any time of year!
With lanterns, cocktails and one thousand unusual goldfish, this is the coolest place to hang out in your yukata this summer.