“PPAP” has made Piko Taro famous, but has it made him rich?
It’s like a cross between capture the flag and no-holds-barred wrestling.
Nyango Star must have apple-cat nerves of steel as he absolutely kills a performance of X Japan songs in front of a discerning audience.
Surprisingly, dancing with a pair of shoes on his head like a bunny rabbit is not the most shocking thing Piko Taro does in this new video clip.
It helps that he’s willing to travel the globe to receive our birthday wishes.
The popular characters from the iconic TV series dress up in leopard print and sing in Engrish for Japan’s younger generation.
A different type of Seven Samurai.
Her grandfather may have just become America’s president-elect, but it looks like it’s Japan’s Piko Taro who’s in her thoughts.
“Please don’t ever abandon me for 10 minutes like that ever again!”
The Japanese band White Jam have created a surprisingly good Christmas version of the now world-famous PPAP song.
The elder Mr. Sato tells it like it is. Plus: an appearance by the Sato family cat!
We bought some of these special Cokes to see how easily they turn into Christmas presents!
Known traditionally as “Pocky Day” in Japan, 11 November may become “Good Shopping Day” before long.
It’s even available in schoolgirl uniform blue!
Makoto Shinkai’s latest film has seen huge success in the Japanese market, but can it win a nomination for the North America film industry’s top honor?
“This is where the human’s feet are easiest to catch!”