The only mystery here is why Nissin hadn’t thought of this earlier.
Courageously protecting Japan with the aid of garrison-exclusive convenience store meals and socks.
A car with your own face plastered on every inch of the body is the epitome of a “customized car.” How could they refuse?
Perhaps you would too if you share the same surname with 1.8 million people.
Mr. Sato takes the plunge and follows the promise of a super-cheap haircut into the unknown.
Our reporter had a good time frolicking in this limited-time store.
Sadly, they refused to make them taste like Mr. Sato.
Witness history in the making as the first ever musical album composed by a news-oriented website (we assume) hits iTunes and Amazon this July!
SoraNews24 takes you on a super-serious expose of the dark world of underage smoking.
Mr. Sato stormed off to the company’s office with two very specific demands.
Smooth and slippery noodles are accompanied by some surprising sights.
He asked major clothing chain Uniqlo which shorts go best with a punch perm. Amazingly, they had an answer.
Our reporter took one look at the top of his head in a mirror and knew what had to be done.
Mr. Sato experiences a classic of Japanese hairstyling from the Showa Era to get in touch with… Eh, okay. He lost a bet.
Mr. Sato was feeling in a rut with his progression as a pole dancer, so he decided to take action and improve his core strength.
We show solidarity with the itasha community by hanging out in a Starbucks parking lot with the Mr. Sato Car.
Mr. Sato is ready to workout in style! Meanwhile, another one of our writers goes running in jeans.
The cute and fluffy bread is proving to be so popular it’s been selling out as soon as it hits the shelves.
Mr. Donut just got even more tempting with these three healthier treats.
Mr. Sato overcomes his greatest foe in the battle for time: his own bowels.