Simple technique requires only a printer, some tape, and maybe an anime reference.
Twitter wants you to help find the people taken in these beautiful black-and-white photos from Japan’s past.
Experience Japanese history through castles both intact and…not intact.
Why you shouldn’t let your prop guy pick any random Japanese names he wants.
Merciless warlords and noble reformers serve as inspiration.
Want to make katana for a living? Hope you don’t mind not getting paid a single yen for the next five years.
Would anime-style Descartes say “I think, therefor I super deformed am?”
Boyish da Vinci and van Gogh have special relationships with friends Michelangelo and Gauguin.
Some historical sites are honored while others get the shaft, but that may just be how the Shuri Theater likes it.
One of Japan’s most beautiful and important katana is proving popular with history buffs and young ladies alike.
But some sources show the report is only half-right.
This WWII-era battery still has what it takes to tumble with modern devices.
Century-old teahouse starts new life with tatami floors, zabuton cushions for customers.
New designs and cool fabrics are part of the updated apparel arsenal.
Awwwww, who’s a good little bushido boy?
Cry “Havoc!” and let slip the poops of your butt.
Respondents in the U.S., China, and four other countries’ top 10 answers included Pokémon, military leaders, and adult film actresses.
Free package includes dinner modeled after meals eaten by feudal lords.
A perfect gift for the history buff in your life!
Progressive samurai was denied his dream of crossing the ocean, but his tanto still made it to California.