Finally something humans and cats can agree on — these squirrels are captivating!
From sneezes to panties, it’s not always like some people expect.
Because nothing makes an itasha more painful to behold than painting it yourself…
Missing out on the 67th Sapporo Snow Festival? Check out some of the snow sculptures that have been popular on Twitter!
The spin-off building-cum-adventuring game debuted just over a week ago, but Japanese gamers are already showing off their most brilliant and wacky creations.
An eight-year-old boy who accidentally drowned his beloved Nintendo 3DS handheld console has written a heartfelt letter of apology to Nintendo customer service.
Japanese students test their TV trivia knowledge and their ability to keep up with the beat in this new rhythm game that’s gone viral.
Japanese cosplayer Nekomu Otogi gives fans something that is sure to add a little “bounce” to their day: smartphone cases and mousepads resembling her cleavage.
Ehomaki “lucky sushi rolls” are a big part of Setsubun—the changing of the seasons festival. So big, in fact, that some convenience stores appear to be losing their minds in an effort to sell more rolls than the competition.
I guess the cat must be feline really sleepy.
All those topless invisible people must be pretty cold out there!
When a pipe and button nose just won’t cut it anymore…
Hate math class? Well, maybe this clever Japanese Twitter user might change your mind!
Korean pro gamer Infiltration replicates The Beast’s legendary moves in this recent tweet of him playing the yet-to-be-released Street Fighter V.
Because you might as well make the most of it if you’re stuck in the Cone of Shame, right?
A Japanese couple and their kids have a “family meeting” every month and take detailed notes with monthly goals and results. In true sitcom fashion, they end up surreal and hilarious.
How many adorable pictures could our favorite cosplaying Shiba Inus take in six months?
A Japanese Twitter user has been wearing some of the same socks for over 20 years, opting to fix them up with cute, economical patches rather than throwing them out!
Returning home for the holidays after being away for months at school or work, Twitterers all over Japan are finding their pets’ love is rather short-lived. Or at least their memories are!