No, there was no Japanese leprechaun with a pot of sashimi waiting for him.
Menu includes “unicorn” and “rainbow” flavors, the latter of which looks like nothing we’ve seen and tastes nothing like what we expected.
Although technically neither a “rainbow” nor “fire,” catching a glimpse of this phenomenon has put a spring in everyone’s step.
Here’s the potentially awesome upside of rain on the day you’re going up Tokyo’s tallest structure.
Instagram food artists show off their multicolored, mouth-watering creations.
A Japanese photographer was fortunate enough to capture one of the most beautiful pictures of an airplane we’ve ever seen.
If you ever wondered what unicorns eat, now you have your answer.
They’re definitely working the moon prism power.
On 20 July, Kita Nippon News was flooded with pictures and reports of high rainbow activity out of Toyama Prefecture. In particular was this shot of a rare rainbow cloud. Well, actually it was one of those artificial clouds left by aircraft called contrails, but it was still pretty cool.
For those who have ever thought, “Man, I wish I could take a bath in a rainbow,” this tub’s for you. From Takeshita Co., maker of Jacuzzi and bathroom units, comes a psychedelic bathtub that not only glows, but changes between seven different colors.