Check out this adorable themed cafe in celebration of Kapibara-san’s 10th anniversary, but hurry because it’s only open until March 28!
Why waste time chewing when you can simply guzzle your potato chips from a bottle?
Sankei Super doesn’t vouch for the flavor, but the local Tokyo grocer offers select expired items at massive discounts, in addition to an already cheap lineup of other goods.
The classic anime and manga franchise has never had us feeling more hungry.
Celebrating the 20th anniversary of the manga, this themed café is sure to solve any case of the blues.
See all that mouth-watering Japanese-style karaage fried chicken? It only cost us 100 yen, and we could have eaten twice as much without getting charged any more.
These cats seem to love showing off all the crazy things their humans eat.
Is it possible to have too many tempura shrimp? No, of course not. Don’t be silly.
The newest in the instant noodle giant’s world flavors series of cup noodles promises gooey cheese and a spicy kick. It delivers on one of those things…
For those who aren’t entirely satisfied unless they’re able to eat their drinking vessel too.
We fly down to Yufuin Floral Village to try the Ghibli-inspired bakery’s goods for ourselves.
Dialogue, including “Master, would it be all right if I put you into my mouth?”, is just as sultry as the visuals.
When thinking of sushi, most people also think of the sea, but the signature item at this restaurant is a mountain-like bowl of delicious tuna.
With its “Potato Chips” brand celebrating its 40th anniversary, snack company Calbee decided to poll Japan residents on the flavors they’d like to see next…
Some spicy new potato chip flavors are hitting Japan, but they’ll only be available for a month or so!
Cucumbers are great fruits that can be enjoyed in a variety of ways, but by sheer chance our writers have found a way to heighten the flavor and texture of a cucumber to unprecedented levels.
The wait is finally over, as sliced chocolate goes on sale nationwide, and arrives in the RocketNews24 offices.
Bravo, Japan! Bravo!