Adaptation of hit anime looks to be keeping its dark side.
A blend of modern and traditional designs come together for a whistle-stop tour.
Watch a party of adventurers take down an evil dragon on the wall of the InterContinental Yokohama Grand.
With each battle lasting less than five seconds, these merciless machines are perhaps the future of sumo.
Although presumably created at great expense and effort.
With just a bit of focused air, some tiles, and a mannequin, you too can enjoy the experience of a real life rocket punch.
But it’s not Hayao Miyazaki’s studio providing the magic for this look at Kiki’s life four years after her movie ends.
Will you be able to master the way of Sushido?
Sadly, they refused to make them taste like Mr. Sato.
Could this be the long lost brother of Mr. Bean, Mr. Natto?
Researcher cranks up the silky smoothness with AI-assited in-between animation.
Warm up those throwing arms, because it’ll take more than a button tap to chuck those Koopa shells.
Those knees must hurt after bounding down 999 steps in two minutes.
Megumi Hayashibara, Bump of Chicken, and one more contributor create amazingly inspirational anime short.
The unofficial ambassador for Shibuya and Harajuku makes sure to keep the statue of famously loyal dog Hachiko clean.
Some of the reasons Japan loves vending machines have nothing to do with an aging society of love of robots.
Non-porcine traffic forced to use the slow lane.
“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!
In order to win, one man lays it all on the line…all his dignity at least.
Makes train ride feel like an adventure, passengers feel like victorious heroes.