Don’t forget to purify your soul before heading to this museum’s display of samurai swords that were designed to do just one thing: kill.
We get romanced by a team of smooth-skinned samurai at Tokyo Game Show, and also an insane stalker.
History buffs and cosplay fans won’t just look like samurai, but eat like them too on their visit to Kamakura.
Critics say that adding a katana to the insignia is offensively evocative of Japan’s World War II military aggression.
Shibuya photography session will give you a literal snapshot of two of the coolest aspects of Japan.
And poses from Kill Bill’s fight choreographer ensure you’ll look fearsome when you get there.
Test your knowledge of Japanese trends by spotting the “buzz points” in this action-packed commercial.
Gorgeous samurai styles can be delivered to your door as the maker of the famous samurai chino pants now offers international shipping for his entire collection.
The forged steel accessories are taken from various parts of a blade created by a master swordsmith.
The beautiful animated visuals and rap soundtrack make it easy to learn Japanese and discover the history of instant noodles at the same time.
From well-known anime characters to traditional Japanese imagery, this artist creates an astonishing amount of detail with card and a paper cutter.
Just like their inspirations protected swordsmen’s hands, these coasters will guard your kitchen table’s varnish.
This cosplaying kitten and his adorable poses are all you need to get through Monday.
Contribute to the cause and keep a centuries-old tradition alive on the streets by wearing 450 years of history on your feet.
Chic canvas carriers let you cut a playfully stylish figure.
Extremely talented builder needs neither stone, lumber, nor paper for this mind-blowing project.
Once a hairstyle for married women of samurai families, this kit provides the tools for anyone to tackle this traditional ‘do in minutes!
Two all-American heroes blend seamlessly with two legendary Japanese characters in this new take on a classic ukiyo-e print from the 1800s.
Now you can practice your master swordsmanship skills with chopsticks and a miniature ceramic opponent.
Centuries-old earthenware plate gets a special assist from a kitty in becoming an ultra-rare, ultra-cute antique.