Leaving your belongings unattended to save a seat doesn’t mean you’re sure to lose your stuff, experiment shows.
Tough love from Akihabara-based matchmaking service reflects the changing nature of anime fandom.
Just one more example of why you should always be nice to food service employees.
Twitter manga reminds us that if you’re standing in this part of the train, you might be making the ride unpleasant for your fellow passengers.
We ask the difficult questions, like what the hell is a “happening bar?”
According to the list, the guy in the photo above already has two strikes against him.
It’s a dirty job, but someone’s gotta get grandpa to his girls gone wild.
Two popular idol singers held up as example of differing preferences between sexes.
Travel-broadened Japanese Twitter users share their stories of culture shock and pleasant surprises.
A lot’s been said about how foreign audiences feel about Japanese TV dramas, but what if we flip the script?
But a potential problem is lurking in its proposed revision.
Chain asserts its right to exhibit magazines filled with models who don’t cover up either.
Heavier-than-average is top pick by men and women, plus older respondents.
“FF gai kara shitsurei shimasu” has nothing to do with men or explaining.
This woman has seen some sh*t… literally.
”The world you’ve known so far is still such a small piece of our world.”
“Operation Yellow Chalk” is making waves for how incredibly simple yet effective it is at getting people to pick up after their pet.
Big breasts equals small number of fashion options.
Ueno Zoo reminds youths that they don’t need anyone’s permission to run away from a dangerous situation.