The modern Japanese art of fake food samples has given birth to this stand which beautifully merges the heights of both elegance and kitsch.
Not when he has the cutest face, and eyes that have seen an eternity of sorrow.
What better way to remember your stay in the U.S. than with a heart attack?
Pokémon are meant to be caught, after all.
Anime’s physical confrontations don’t mesh with real-world physics, critic says.
Japanese Twitter users turn the meaning of this Miffy illustration upside-down.
Ramen chain is committed to stellar customer service through all parts of the digestive cycle.
Only those planning to actually use prophylactics asked to line up, but with one big loophole.
What has two legs, antlers, and looks like it belongs in a rock band?
Japanese Twitter shares some of the best “accidental misreadings” they’ve encountered.
Sometimes you find crazy things on the streets of Japan, but this is just insane.
You can’t always solve a problem by throwing money at it. In fact, you might just cause one instead.
Tired of temples? Asakusa entertainment spot will let you bust up some kawara.
Otaku love conquers all.
Let’s take this rare sighting of an S-Class bakkura to learn a little about what being a bakkura is all about.
Sometimes figuring who’s on top and who’s on bottom isn’t easy.
This bunny may need to wash your mind, it’s been in the gutter too long.
To go from “death” to “life,” it turns out all you need is “42.”
Although presumably created at great expense and effort.
Is this an ordinary apartment building, or is the water trying to tell us something?