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!
The new drink is said to pair well with famous dishes from the region.
With spectacular views both day and night, you’ll definitely want to add this destination to your itinerary for your next trip to Japan.
Love beer? Love trains? Here’s your chance to combine the two for four special nights.
From cakes to rice rolls, these delicious looking food items inspired by popular mascot cat Nyaran are almost too cute to eat!
This month Osaka Prefectural Police pressed charges against a 16-year-old boy for a first-of-its-kind cyber attack in Japan.
No money is needed to take part in this survival game — all the organizers want is that precious blood of yours.
Japanese commenters aren’t so impressed with modern cityscapes, but are they just being nitpicky?
Organizations don’t want bare-all periodicals to have to hide under obscuring plastic covers.
Your mind will say, “How beautiful,” but your stomach will say, “Let’s eat!”
Police departments in Osaka, Fukuoka, Oita, and Tokyo are reminding potential recruits that a career in law enforcement promises drama, power, mystery and yes, monkeys.
For a short period starting next month, anime cafe Anion Station will be celebrating the new season of Sailor Moon Crystal with another round of drinks and desserts, this time in honor of Sailor Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, and Pluto!
It’s Cosplay time as the Nipponbashi Street Festival hits Osaka (and Twitter) again this year!
Osaka police recently uncovered a booming mail-order business servicing the entire nation with pornographic DVDs which lacked the legally required pixellation over actors’ genitalia.
Take an inside peek into the production process of Pocky, the beloved Japanese snack which has found its way into supermarkets around the world.
The whisky distiller, famous for upstaging Scottish standbys to be crowned “Best Whisky in the World” in 2014, recently renovated their open-to-the-public facilities. We figured it was as good an excuse as any for a tour and tasting!
The new service offers traditional Japanese wedding ceremonies to all nationalities, genders, and sexual orientations.
It’s a modern-day sheath made in honour of the samurai known as the “Crimson Demon of War”.
The Sailor Moon girls are bringing their gorgeous meals and treats to Osaka for the very first time.