That way you can skip straight to pounding shots of the shampoo you’ll like best.
The latest buxom anime girls to make our hearts skip a beat are now appearing on some of the most unusual merchandise we’ve ever seen.
Developers assert that they were motivated by philanthropic sentiments to help roughly four out of every five women in the world.
Japan now has a new crazy potato chip flavour, and it tastes just like a Japanese Christmas cake!
After four months of development, Japanese online retailer Felissimo has finally captured the scent of a cat’s forehead in a bottle.
Japanese scientists, hard at work finding answers to life’s most important questions.
Does best girl taste best, too?
Will the fact that they’re perpetually soft boost or hinder sales?
Everyone has their morning routine. For some, it’s a cup of strong coffee. For others, a morning workout. And apparently for still others, a schoolgirl fantasy is what jumpstarts their day.
Tired of sushi standbys like tuna and salmon? An annual event in Tokyo recently served up mealworm nigiri and black wasp gunkan, plus a host of other bug-based foods and drinks.
We’ve discovered a seriously bizarre-looking offering from high-end German stuffed toy maker Steiff. But what exactly is it? Apparently, it’s a Teddytaur!
Ikebukuro-based company provides a shoulder to cry on and arms to sleep in by dispatching hot guys to spend the night at lonely women’s homes.
Someone took the phrase “cutting in line” way too literally…
What would be the ultimate luxury in personal service for a highborn aristocrat? Someone to draw your bath? Peel your grapes? Fan you with palm fronds? How about a servant whose job it is to take the blame for your farts.
What happens when your “prank” isn’t really a prank, but it is kind of awkward? This might take a while…
Because sometimes a sweatshirt with a kitty cuddle pouch isn’t enough. Oh, and also you have to poop.
Do normal blankets not keep you warm enough on cold winter nights? How about one with an huggable anime girl stitched into it?
A rubber suit monster, surreal humor, and a heaping helping of sexual subtext that has nothing to do with the product itself? This might be the alpha and the omega of Japanese commercials.
Oxford Dictionaries, the online arm of the publisher of the Oxford Dictionary of English, has announced that its 2015 Word of the Year is an emoji. No, not the word “emoji,” but a single, specific emoji.