There’s no easier or more appropriate place to cosplay as some of the greatest heroes of the anime and manga world.
The well-known duo take us on a spectacular journey to some of Japan’s most famous sites, complete with some gorgeous Sailor Moon cosplay.
We found one of our favorite things in one of the last places we expected it to be.
Seiji Nakazawa, our Osaka-raised correspondent, shares what he thinks the region-based criteria are for ikemen in Japan’s two major cites.
Giant statues, themed food, and exclusive merchandise are all part of the event at Roppongi Hills.
No need to wait until the workday is done before knocking back a cold one, and it just might lead to a full-time position.
Dorayaki are usually palm-sized, but you’ll need both hands to eat this one.
Perfect place to pig out on pork stock ramen is waiting for noodle fans in Asakusa.
Delicious maguro tuna and all-you-can-drink coffee for less than most fast food set meals.
Add sexual assault to the list of reasons to dread the NHK collector.
Tokyo police say teen stole over 100 boxes of razors, and not so that he’d be freshly shaven for his beloved idol singers.
Now visitors can gaze at the beauty of Japanese thighs in a more tropical environment.
One of the most magical events of the season combines traditional bathing with the iconic blossoms of spring.
Kanda brew pub combines three of the best things in life.
The store drew crowds of hundreds on its opening day, but was the fuss worth it?
For the price of a couple beers in a Tokyo bar, you can go all the way from the eastern capital to the southwestern island of Kyushu.
Mr. Sato follows a hot lead from a Maasai warrior for some elusive Kenyan food in Japan, and isn’t disappointed.
We try out the new system at a high-tech digital vending machine in Tokyo.
Japan Meteorological Agency makes the call one day earlier than anticipated.
There’s no better way to promote the nation’s rice crops than with a grandmother and two girls in kimono dancing at famous landmarks around Tokyo.