You can take a doll out of the store, but the staff will have to cut off one of its fingers first…
The classic anime and manga franchise has never had us feeling more hungry.
Crowdfunding being sought for planned location in Tokyo’s Akihabara.
See all that mouth-watering Japanese-style karaage fried chicken? It only cost us 100 yen, and we could have eaten twice as much without getting charged any more.
See the sights and hear the sounds of Tokyo with this amazing recreation of the city using only Muji brand household products.
”Hearts without morals shall be punished!” declares group, which is recruiting new members.
Cute cats are ready to play with Toyko’s beautiful people.
Tokyo would probably be one of the creepiest cities if it were abandoned and covered with fog.
Pom Pom Purin celebrating 20th birthday in grand style in Shinjuku Station, adorable butthole and all…
Time to strap on your katana and kabuto, history buffs.
Want to get in to see the Catbus? Then the name on your passport better match the one on your ticket.
Cucumbers are great fruits that can be enjoyed in a variety of ways, but by sheer chance our writers have found a way to heighten the flavor and texture of a cucumber to unprecedented levels.
If you love anime and you’re looking for affordable housing in Tokyo, your search may be over.
These beautiful scaled dioramas let you walk the streets of Tokyo or Hiroshima again and again.
Glass-domed rooms grace five-story atrium.
A special art exhibition dedicated to important people in the life of poet and painter Yumeji Takehisa (1884-1934) is currently underway in Tokyo.
Let your smartphone take the guesswork out of finding your way around Shinjuku and Tokyo Stations.
Next weekend, handsome versions of some of Japan’s most prominent historical military figures will grace the stage in Asakusa for an interactive, foreigner-friendly show!
Glossy postcards of today have nothing on these atmospheric images.
Author Victor Hugo once said, “Virtue has a veil, vice a mask,” but what if Japanese, contemporary, and fetish masks are your vice? You’ll want to check out Tokyo Mask Festival Vol. 2!