Sailor Moon’s sisters-in-arms show up in two new designs perfect for anime fans who’re ready to tie the knot.
Piko Taro shows that making a girl laugh apparently is the surest way to win her heart.
A diligent salaryman is actually the dream husband for many.
How one man’s heartbreaking flight turned into one of his most memorable.
Fortunately for these bad husbands, no “shinigami” death gods seem involved…yet.
Document features newlywed Pikachu couple and, yes, the words “I choose you!”
Illustrator spreads the word about a happiness that comes from choosing not to get married or have kids.
According to the artist, all it takes is one simple thing to live happily ever after.
With US$108,000 gone, his wife is now wondering if she should file for divorce.
Communicating across cultures and languages can lead to crossed wires and arguments, especially when marriage is involved.
Creative celebration includes a tip of the hat to one more beloved Japanese RPG franchise too.
At first our Haunted Tokyo reporter was horrified to notice his wedding band had disappeared, but now he is thankful for it.
They say you should spend at least three months’ salary when selecting an engagement meteorite, but this guy seems to have gone overboard.
Company plans singles parties for fans of specific areas of otaku interest.
Instead of Pikachu, these creative Pokémon fans have chosen each other.
Company even offers a consolation gift if he says no.
Bis sis is totally OK with having this fellow musician as her new brother-in-law.
Zuishinin Temple is there for women who say one lifetime together is enough.
Wants day of rest to be observed three times a year.
For the bride who needs everything Hello Kitty in her life!