The unusual burger is one of a number of restaurant meals usually not available to the public that can be purchased at a very special food event for a limited time.
Will this be Mr. Sato’s last adventure?
Our reporter ventures deep into the heartlands of Japan to find this hidden landmark.
Despite being the first person in Japan to purchase the latest iPhone on more than one occasion, Mr. Sato was shunned by his phone company this time around.
Say hello to Shuetsu Sato, the man whose handcrafted packing-tape masterpieces guide millions every day.
Is this the makings of a great meal in the great outdoors, or another one of Mr. Sato’s too-crazy-for-his-own-good schemes?
As usual, when Mr. Sato thinks he has a good idea, we strongly recommend you don’t try it at home.
“Look, mom, no hands!”
Mr. Sato takes a stroll through the shopping arcade of Asagaya Station in Tokyo for this year’s Tanabata festival and bumps into none other than The Donald himself!
They say there’s a fine line between genius and madness. It’s a line that our Mr. Sato frequently walks.
A wild Satochu appeared!
The bondage swimsuit appears to take styling cues from T.M. Revolution‘s famous “Hot Limit” music video.
How many pieces of finger-lickin’ chicken do you think our Japanese reporters will be able to finish by the end of the 45-minute feast?
With a life-sized Totoro, a cat bus for adults, and an enormous airship that floats up and down, this exhibition will spirit you away to the magical world of Ghibli.
Limited-time offer of all-you-can-eat meat is so good and so cheap that it’ll make you forgive the corny pun behind it.
60 centimeters (23.6 inches) of ice cream. Three RocketNews24 reporters. No problem?
A thrilling tale of passion, vengeance, and redemption.
Come for the results, stay for the pictures of Mr. Sato in his underwear!
Noodle soup for the soul…served by a machine!
And not just any 16-year-old ramen, but 16-year old ramen that was supposed to have been recalled.