Now in its 13th year, the Den Den Town event is one of the biggest otaku gatherings in central Japan.
Pass the first stage interview with karaoke! Or, by playing wink murder.
Company plans singles parties for fans of specific areas of otaku interest.
You might not think you have enough space in your home to display all these anime and movie robots, but you’re wrong.
Popular series’ title refers to a prince, but he’s also the king of Valentine’s Day chocolate.
If you’re out enjoying the fantasies and frills, don’t forget that they come at a very real price.
Technique transforms otherwise ordinary moments into subtly suggestive scenes.
Pretentiousness run amok, or madness with a method to it?
These pro otaku dancers are too cool for school.
Traditional hospitality mixes with modern otaku culture at mountainside ryokan.
Twice a year, mother nature treats us to one of her most spectacular phenomenon: the mass migration of otaku through Kokusai-Tenjijō Station in Tokyo.
When they’re done holding your keys, let your anime keychains start a second career decorating your home.
Conversation with elementary school otaku provides encouraging insight.
Some would call these anime’s proudest traditions, but not the respondents of a poll who’re craving something different.
Attendees at this month’s otaku gathering can get their hands on not just art books and posters, but limited-edition prophylactics too.
The exclusive product was gone in minutes.
Let the voice from Pregnancy Academy and Crime Breast Bounce guide you to the bullet train.
”Cosplay is a form of expression,” asserts anime-loving politician.
Popular light novel author shares his skepticism about the ploy.
Made with techniques known to only three living craftsmen.