And that’s even before the sticky liquid starts oozing out of it.
Famed Japanese politeness wraps so far back around that it ends up being pretty rude on Osaka train.
Foreigners complained that chefs at a restaurant in Osaka added up to two times more wasabi in their sushi when serving non-Japanese customers.
Survey suggests that east Japan and west Japan interpret the common invitation response in almost entirely opposite ways.
“We wanted to enjoy watching their drowning faces” was part of their motive.
The black octopus balls are available at only one popular tourist location in Osaka.
Because geisha and warriors are passé, we went to a photo shoot to look like figures of Hollywood’s golden age.
Approximately 20 minutes after an elderly woman leapt in front of an express train, a conductor threw himself from an elevated train track down the line.
Hang out with the cool kids at Japan’s newest unusual drinking hole!
You’d never want to cross this Osaka mom, but it’s probably not for the reason you think.
Of course making a giant robot suit is no easy task, but Hajime Research Institute is 22 percent there.
We take a tour of the Zombie Museum and learn a little about life…and death. Well, pretty much only death actually.
At Wally Run, you can finally become the striped-shirt-wearing hero we all adore.
Park reveals project is bigger than Wizarding World of Harry Potter, gives tentative opening date.
Now you can enjoy your main dish and dessert together in one meal.
Osaka’s new Ferris wheel is the tallest in Japan, but will the view include your underwear?
Finally, a place where zombies can go and enjoy some culture… Oh, it’s a museum of zombies. That’s good too.
You otter brace yourself for a wave of cuteness.
Kuraberu Tōzai presents an easy-to-understand compilation of regional differences between Tokyo and Osaka in terms of cuisines, art, and cultural traditions.
If you’ve been wanting to eat Funassyi, here’s your chance!