If you were to express the phrase “Why the heck not?” in the form of food, this might be it.
Sadly, they refused to make them taste like Mr. Sato.
Yeah, that sorta looks like a volcano, but it looks a lot more like something else.
Japan’s newest theme park has gotten a lukewarm reception, and we’re pretty sure we’ve pinpointed the problem.
Get a jump on the day by eating like a local at the all-you-can eat baked goods buffets of the city’s cafes.
Posters encourage women to “be high-rank girls by immediately reporting gropers.”
Smelly attempt at terrorism only seems to have galvanized the need for women-exclusive sections on trains.
After months of debate, Nagoya city council approves 50 billion-yen (US$451 million) budget.
Who is that hiding behind the dance group in their newest music video shot all over Nagoya?
Now there’s food you’re legitimately allowed to play with.
When calling in sick just won’t do, a couple men took ditching work to a whole new level.
But the situation might not be as bad as it sounds.
There’s just something about seeing your favorite anime movie scenes take the form of delicious food that makes you want to go back again and again.
Chain expands to new city and adds traditional local favorites to the menu.
And that’s even before the sticky liquid starts oozing out of it.
Team Rocket’s blasting off again… to make the world a cleaner place!
But it’s not Tokyo that’s being graced with the block-based attraction.
Calling all Chubu region popcorn fan! Garrett’s Popcorn Shops has released a geographically exclusive popcorn tin: Nagoya Gold.
Check out this adorable themed cafe in celebration of Kapibara-san’s 10th anniversary, but hurry because it’s only open until March 28!
Unless they’re dedicated entomologists, this could be the perfect place to freak out your unsuspecting friends.