“It looks like a beehive!”
Third-grader who’s too smart for his own good gets science test question wrong for very dumb reason.
There’s no computer generated imagery here – just a case of fart egg.
Japanese publisher touts the “practical” purpose of its new book.
Attendees at this month’s otaku gathering can get their hands on not just art books and posters, but limited-edition prophylactics too.
Having grown bored of square fruit, has Japan now progressed to creating square pets?
Diners get to sit in the old bathtubs while enjoying their meals.
And yes, of course ramen pizza comes with one of Japan’s favorite toppings.
This setup doesn’t look like it’s designed for normal pooping practices.
Why just eat your vegetables when you can wear them too?
Check out their recipe for creating these neon edibles and learn how to make your own!
Also, Piko Taro really wants us to know that he’s “fire.”
“Would you close your eyes and blow on this for me?”
We promise it will magically warm and fill your empty stomach.
Snack food company Calbee is playing with fire by expecting people to swallow their new concept potato chips: “Wet Potato, Moist Mild Soy Sauce Flavor.”
If patience is a virtue, then these two elderly kendo enthusiasts are extremely virtuous.
On a visit to this bathroom, a printed move list is just as important as toilet paper.
They must spend a fortune on cleaning solution.
Dessert noodles return to Japan with a brand-new experimental flavor.
Man arrested after failing to grasp this not-so-cryptic aspect of Japanese business manners.