Seiji’s already-disarming looks get an SD manga makeover in this bittersweet episode from his less-than-active love life.
Witness history in the making as the first ever musical album composed by a news-oriented website (we assume) hits iTunes and Amazon this July!
Our anime-loving correspondent Seiji says these anime series will give you a case of Japan’s dreaded, productivity-killing “May disease.”
Seiji’s search for love takes him beyond the bounds of humanity.
And no, Seiji didn’t rent his companion for his anime movie date.
RocketNews24’s Seiji becomes a big brother for an afternoon.
Who knew love could taste like raw fish and crab guts?
To celebrate Manga Day in Japan, RocketNews24’s best artist has some tips to help add some flare to an average Joe’s drawing.
The following story is an important example of how one person’s holiday cheer can be another’s form of abuse in the workplace.
One of Japan’s premier names in rock music, Guitar Wolf, is looking for a new bassist, and our reporter Seiji Nakazawa has filled out his resume.
Ain’t no party like a RocketNews24 Christmas party because a RocketNews24 Christmas party don’t stop…even if you pray it does.
Seiji Nakazawa has trouble keeping his continence in check as he strums on a guitar worth more than some people make in a year.
If you’ve never had Pirozhki (or Piroshki), you might want to see this. On the other hand, if you know what Pirozhki looks or tastes like, you should definitely see this!
What the heck is a ‘moon viewing’ burger? Why does McDonald’s Japan sell these lunar sandwiches at this time of year? Is it actually good? We solve all these riddles with this taste test!
Awww, but it was just starting to get good!
McDonald’s Japan recently introduced two new burgers representing Japan and the U.S. in a sandwich showdown. We conduct a taste test with our Japanese sister site to see which takes burger supremacy.
We’ve been doing it wrong this whole time, and probably so have you!
Nakazawa takes on the genderless-style trend currently sweeping Harajuku.
By the look on Seiji’s face you might think he just discovered the cure to a rare disease, but the truth is much better. He found a way to get a delicious chicken sandwich for only 140 yen (US$1.34) from McDonald’s.