You’d better come equipped with lots of decoy candy if you hope to escape this demonic daycare facility.
We’ll show you how to put on a dolphin show without having to jump through hoops.
The weekend cannot come fast enough for these hilariously tired tots.
Explanation of what kind of person would love the job subtly tells readers that a lot of people would absolutely hate it.
Little youngsters’ moving gesture has us ready to cry big old tears.
Tokyo Disneyland is filled with loveable costumed characters, but last Friday the whole cast got upstaged by this little costumed guest.
Labels the country’s schools as stifling “salaryman training facilities.”
Despite all that he has faced in his life so far, this blossoming musician just wants to rock.
Designer hoping parents will come for the cat tail, stay for the baby bottom.
As shocking as it may sound to a Westerner’s ears, some Japanese kids continue bathing with their parents up until high school. It turns out, though, that doing so may have a positive impact on their grades.
It does pay better than being a superhero, after all.
These tykes are adorable, awesome, and ready for their close-ups.
A Japanese couple and their kids have a “family meeting” every month and take detailed notes with monthly goals and results. In true sitcom fashion, they end up surreal and hilarious.
Should we be concerned or should we just keep pressing those sweet, sweet buttons?
Who needs a home away from home when you can have a second house inside your living space?
This seven-year-old has everyone in Taiwan talking about her sassy/cute dance numbers.
While adults had a hard time containing their laughter upon seeing a Japanese politician sobbing, a child recently provided a more endearing reaction to his tears.
Students who add and multiply with the numbers in the ‘wrong’ order are getting their answers marked as incorrect? Japanese net users weigh in.
Tough economic times can and do happen everywhere in the world. Even in wealthy, developed countries like Japan, some folks struggle every day to make ends meet. Sometimes, those people are families with young children.
Childhood hunger is a worldwide problem, and while no one deserves to go hungry, it is an especially sad situation for children. For one thing, they can’t really do anything to help better their situation, and secondly, they need the food and nutrition to help their bodies continue to grow properly. In Japan, approximately 16 percent of two-parent families are financially unable to provide enough food for their children, and that number jumps to 32 percent for single-parent households, according to a 2012 survey. But there are some who refuse to stand by doing nothing and are dedicating themselves to feeding the hungry children in Japan.
The Japanese government has asked the UN to retract its recent statement that claims 13 percent of girls in Japan are involved in compensated dating.