The beautiful animated visuals and rap soundtrack make it easy to learn Japanese and discover the history of instant noodles at the same time.
So that’s what communist rap sounds like.
Go forth, mighty heroes/rail passengers! Seek adventure in the magical realm of Yokohama!
It’s dangerous to go alone, so go forth with epic and powerful music.
They ain’t afraid of no 32-year-old arrangements.
After playing songs with bamboo instruments, band moves on to bamboo audio delivery that works with your smartphone.
People in Japan are crying with laughter over the short musical video clip, saying they can’t stop playing it over and over again.
Our Japanese-language writer gets a visual kei makeover as part of her quest to join the all-female follow-up to X Japan.
“Even If You’re an Otaku, It’s Alright” says there’s nothing wrong with doing what makes you happy.
Just because you have a little one in tow doesn’t mean you can’t take a family outing to Japan’s biggest rock music festival.
20-year-old Mayu Tomita now in stable condition following brutal attack.
Looks like fans and judges are going to have a tough time deciding who to keep and who to let go.
Osaka theme park doubles down (48-times down?) on its Japanese appeal with daily performances by members of four Japanese idol supergroups.
Vocaloid pioneer to be featured in high school music text going into use next year.
Fans will need to part with two million yen (US$18,181) to earn the weekend getaway.
A city in northern Japan unveils its new moe character whose three-pronged mission is “moe x rap x town revitalization.” Yep, rap is included.
It’s on the short side, so you’ll just want to keep hitting replay!
Synchronized blinking drones, Mt. Fuji, and tsugaru-jamisen make for one of the most gorgeous videos we’ve ever seen!