The popular gravure idol causes a stir by bathing naked in an onsen hot spring and moaning while her nipples are squirted with a water gun.
The special release takes us through the love story of Cassis and Arles, a romance the animator has been developing for ten years.
The singer rubs shoulders with some of SoftBank’s finest stars while dressed as a student in Japanese school uniform.
Curry rice you can make with hot water? No more need for microwaves, so let’s blow them up!
If you needed a console to go along with the new game, this is the right bundle for you, but don’t take our word for it, let Meiji Era poet Ichiyo Higuchi tell you all about it.
Just when you start to think it can’t possibly get more absurd….
Don’t blink or you might miss what these inter-species romance vignettes are actually trying to promote.
Noodle-warrior-transforming old dudes, eye-laser-shooting bosses, dancing Frieza grape soda, and so much more await your eyes.
Wouldn’t your job be so much more enjoyable if most of your coworkers were cats?
Last month, SoftBank‘s series of commercials depicting several classic anime characters all grown up premiered. The ads star Kyoko Koizumi (Tokyo Sonata, Hanging Garden) as Usagi Tsukino (Sailor Moon), the proprietess at Moon Ribar an atmospheric rooftop bar. She’s assisted by Maruko-chan (Chibi Maruko-chan, played by Suzu Hirose) and welcomes guests like Fist of the North Star‘s Kenshiro (famous Kabuki actor Ichikawa Ebizō XI), Obocchama-kun (played by Shinnosuke Mitsushima), Duke “Golgo 13” Tōgō (played by Fumiyo Kohinata), Joe Yabuki (Ashita no Joe, played by comedian Naoki Matayoshi) and Astro Boy himself, played by Masato Sakai (Honey and Clover).
And just by looking at the thumbnail for this Japanese ad for World of Tanks, the multiplayer online game that just announced that it’s coming to PlayStation 4 this year, we knew we were going to be in for a treat.