The pallor of smoke that covers so many restaurants and bars in Japan may become a thing of the past.
“There is a life that can save in the shit,” promotional poster reminds us.
If you’re munching on some melon bread right now, you may want to put that thing down.
Special pads are designed to not only make you smell good, but look better too.
And no, we’re not talking about dudes who work in waste management.
As usual, when Mr. Sato thinks he has a good idea, we strongly recommend you don’t try it at home.
New pizzas promise you can still keep the pounds off, but without the cravings.
Warning: The story we are about to tell may not be suitable for the weak-stomached, but if you or someone you know is considering this type of procedure it would be wise to know the risks involved.
Well, fit for a 19th-century empress, to be precise.
Young women found to be surprisingly blasé about using soap.
Skip the doctor’s office and look deep into your sole.*
Also, how many pancakes could you make with a pair of D–cups’ weight in batter?
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.
Come for the results, stay for the pictures of Mr. Sato in his underwear!
The new salty Fanta has been developed to help protect drinkers from summer heatstroke.
Coca-Cola claims its new drink will reduce stress and anxiety while promoting drowsiness and restful sleep, but does it deliver on its promise?
Mathematical formula being used by young women in recent diet trend.
What can you tell from one blank sheet of paper? According to Chinese netizens you can tell if you’re fit or flabby.
Scientists call for more education after a study finds that a huge number of Japanese people are afflicted with a condition that causes their private parts to appear blurry.
Whip up a homemade face pack with this Korean recipe that only requires two common ingredients you’ll find in many Asian kitchens: seaweed and milk.