Two years after his passing, Satoru Iwata remains an important part of Nintendo’s video game vision.
Unauthorized notices beg woman who left girls behind to “Please call home.”
Ueno Zoo reminds youths that they don’t need anyone’s permission to run away from a dangerous situation.
Bedridden senior home residents pose for photos like stars of the silver screen.
Coffeehouse chalkboard encourages customers to think about situations in coffee-growing regions of the world.
There are ups and downs aplenty when you’re a person who likes to be alone but have plans to see people you like.
But even after all that, he still shows no intention of reforming.
In Japan, deferring your happiness in order to work hard is a common choice, but seniors show that it can backfire.
How one man’s heartbreaking flight turned into one of his most memorable.
A simple act of kindness during a hard rain ultimately changed the life of one young girl.
Put down those Joy-Cons and grab some tissues.
The combined talents and bravery of three individuals narrowly prevented a traffic disaster from getting out of hand.
Unsolicited touching on a train involves cars, disarmingly innocent desire.
Keeping right and left straight is tough when you’re little, but this kid now has a kitty helper.
“Now, the time for heroes has come again” …those very Heroes who used to stay up past their bedtimes and come to dinner late when on a quest!
Loving parent pulls the switch with Nintendo-loving son’s latest creative project.
Lost his real-life penguin wife, gained an anime waifu.
But lucky for her, he’s using some very creative math to calculate her bill.
The series Love Is takes a look at the simpler joys in a relationship.
The story of the Akihabara stationmaster is bringing tears to the eyes of commuters around the country.