After last year’s success, this year could only be better, right?
Popular series’ title refers to a prince, but he’s also the king of Valentine’s Day chocolate.
Valentine’s Day is the one day in Japan when anime becomes real life.
“Hey cutie, you have a little smidge on your cheek. Here, I’ll get it for me.”
Oscar and Marie Antoinette aren’t the only characters inspiring chocolates this month.
Limited-time tsukemen-style ramen lets you enjoy chocolate three different ways.
This year, show them that it’s what’s on the inside that counts.
This limited-time cafe is only open through Valentine’s Day!
Despite the oppressive-sounding name, many see an upside to the practice.
Now you can have a romantic dinner and chocolate all wrapped up in one package!
These sweets are so delicate and time-consuming to make that only five sets will be produced each day.
Gather around and listen to the tale of Discreet Relationship; the most gosh darn precious biker gang Japan has ever seen.
The comic’s handsome men might not have such slender, athletic builds if they actually ate all those sweets.
If you were lucky yesterday, you got some chocolate. If you were really lucky, you got some of this chocolate!
Step one: Grab a cardboard box. Step two: Head to the world’s busiest intersection.
What better way to tell them to “be mine” than by taking them to a “chocolate mine?”
Looking for a way to revolutionize the stale traditions of Japanese Valentine’s Day, Mr. Sato believes he has found the ultimate gift.
Takoyaki, Japan’s ever-popular street food gets a sweet gourmet makeover in time for Valentine’s Day.
Commuter train with special heart-motif straps and box seats starts service in time for Valentine’s Day.
Your significant other not big on sweets? Then these udon noodles filled with a lot of “heart” may be the perfect treat this Valentine’s Day!