Because sometimes people suck.
Finally! You no longer have to let language barriers keep you from lying to random girls you meet on the street of a foreign land.
Drunken revellers, rejoice! This festive season you can snooze past your train stop all you like—the rescue bus has got you covered!
You may not think of kimono when you think of Harajuku fashion, but department store Laforet is looking to change all that with a limited-time event!
Those in downtown Tokyo may have seen a Christmas tree running wild in the streets. Fear not! It’s just Joseph Tame and his Christmas tree dispatch service!
It turns out that Tokyo’s Michelin star-winning ramen eatery has a sister restaurant, but not for long.
There’s a new take-out place in Tokyo selling kangaroo bento boxed lunches, so we hopped on over to try them for ourselves.
Internationally acclaimed contemporary artist Takashi Murakami has returned to Japan with a long-awaited exhibition and Tokyo’s Roppongi Hills is celebrating with a cafe that offers up his art in edible form.
Hey, you got your tuna in my house music! Hey, you got your house music in my tuna! Wait a minute…
Former Victoria’s Secret model Miranda Kerr had a whirlwind afternoon in Tokyo yesterday, stopping by the Swarovski store in Ginza and leaving her mark outside the Sony Building.
This suite has been open for a while now, but we definitely think you’ve never seen it up close like this before.
Our reporters made pigs of themselves at Marugo, a pork cutlet restaurant featured in the 2016 Tokyo Michelin Guide.
When a reporter for popular social news site BuzzFeed ate at Ramen Jiro recently, Japan’s netizens had plenty to say about it!
These photos of Tokyo are so beautiful it’s hard to believe they’re real!
Ditch the dining room table and sit at a Japanese-style one with a heater, like at this ingenious Tokyo restaurant.
An MC from a Japanese variety show recently visited the prestigious Miss & Mr. Aoyama Contest and discovered some very tough competition.
Explosion occurred at controversial Yasukuni religious site roughly two weeks ago.
Armed with 10,000 yen (roughly US$81), our reporter visited one of Japan’s cheapest used clothing shops. Check out the outfit he assembled!
Come quickly! We’re tasting the (ramen) stars!
Companies collaborating to earn all of the disposable income from 20 and 30-something males in Japan.