If you can’t take your work home, just build a new home at work.
These perfect poster boys pose for a self-chosen GAP collection that costs less than 10 bucks per item!
Mr. Sato continues to push his hypothesis that the male groin is the gateway to efficient regulation of body temperature, even if it means serious bodily harm.
How does the life of RocketNews24’s crack Japanese-language reporter stack up?
No Christmas date? No problem! We’ve found one of Japan’s cheapest Christmas dinners at Italian chain, Saizeriya.
Could this be the start of a new innovative gourmet trend?
Eggs with white yolks and citrus scents are among the luxurious offerings on deck at this all-you-can-eat deal in Tokyo.
They say one man’s trash is another man’s treasure, so we decided to test that theory at the Japanese pop culture expo.
Usually people would be happy to get a car for their birthday, but in this case we were giving Mr. Sato even odds that he might punch us.
You might see RocketNews24’s itasha, the Mr. Sato Car, driving through your neighborhood. Just follow the sounds of people retching!
Our reporter with the larger-than-life character gives us his verdict on the equally giant sweet.
Fast food gets a raw fish makeover at this conveyor belt restaurant chain in Japan.
The elder Mr. Sato tells it like it is. Plus: an appearance by the Sato family cat!
When two loyal readers from Hawaii said they’d be in Tokyo for a few days, Mr. Sato sprang into action.
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?