Fans have been singing the praises of Saya’s Song for over a decade, and now it’s time to step inside the protagonist’s head.
Mr. Sato overcomes his greatest foe in the battle for time: his own bowels.
This year, show them that it’s what’s on the inside that counts.
I’m all for being passionate about your hobby, but that’s a wee bit over the top, don’t you think?
Diners will be rewarded for their courage at this yokai-loving restaurant.
The traditional New Year’s treat looks just a little too happy about it being 2017.
This is not the type of meat you want to find in your noodles.
And that’s even before the sticky liquid starts oozing out of it.
Eyeballs for everybody! Oh, except the teddy bear cake that they clawed one off of.
“There is a life that can save in the shit,” promotional poster reminds us.
It’s cicada season in Japan, but this Twitter user doesn’t let their creepy, crunch remains get them down!
Exact makeup of strange liquid still unknown.
Young women found to be surprisingly blasé about using soap.
Parents often worry that too many video games will rot their kids’ brains, but maybe they should be worrying about their children’s feet instead.
You would never guess what a can of fruit drink from 1995 smells like, and now, thanks to us, you won’t have to.
And not just any 16-year-old ramen, but 16-year old ramen that was supposed to have been recalled.
Japan is no stranger to fermented foods with, shall we say, “unique” aromas, so how would a group of unsuspecting Japanese writers deal with a rice bowl topped with the notoriously foul-smelling Swedish staple, surströmming?
Feeling a little peckish? This might be just what you need.
Unless they’re dedicated entomologists, this could be the perfect place to freak out your unsuspecting friends.