When in doubt, the answer is always “more pie“.
Awesome music video is an anime-style testament to the power of dreams, friendship, and probably potassium.
The team at Vox shed light onto the development and popularity of the lovable egg with a bum.
Visual effects artist Eugene Romanovsky goes all out to sell his beloved Suzuki Vitara.
This worker discovered a surprising trick which makes use of only one simple object for a potentially epic lifehack.
Is a few dozen people dancing without moving their bodies at all unsettling or tranquil? You be the judge.
The six young ladies of this Nagoya-based idol unit skipped the frilly skirts when it was time to embrace their fanbase.
This hilarious clip shows every detail of the unexpected event, including the moment the deflated Pikachu attempts to get back on stage.
Creepy or cute? Read some of the letters yourself and find out.
But lucky for her, he’s using some very creative math to calculate her bill.
The self-satisfied Internet star is back, and this time he’s happier than ever.
If you’re in this part of Nagoya, make sure you watch your step, not your screen.
Sometimes we all need a good cry. And sometimes, it seems, so do our pillows.
Our reporter took one look at the top of his head in a mirror and knew what had to be done.
When you need to get the message across, use more bubble wrap.
Has the clothing brand has done the unthinkable and permeated the lucrative animal kingdom market?
Puppet theater music video about biting a Pokémon’s tail is a surprising tear-jerker.
Loses sexy schoolgirl DVD, gains a piece of hand-drawn artwork.
No heartwarming anime-style artwork here, as these masks make the wearer look like a very large, very real cat.
Flash mob scenarios include one seemingly inspired by anime hit Your Name.