That’s “top” as in a “spinning top” not like “top class,” but then again, he probably is… Ah, just watch the darn video.
These legs turned heads on the weekend as they ran on the wind like a character in a video game.
The collection includes half a dozen delicious doughnuts and two powdered green tea beverages.
We try the new burgers brought out to replace the Quarter Pounder and find they’re every bit as tasty as they look.
A fearsome giant is no match for a powerful travel spot in this impressive video.
The magical rides include mysterious “invisible” ghosts chasing the carriage, which can be seen by passers-by.
Disney, Japanese anime, and video games are some of the inspirations for these transient masterpieces.
The mysterious guesthouse is so unique it has a slew of repeat guests who have fallen in love with its rustic charms.
Like Hogwart’s Express, a new Japanese train is now getting its very own mysterious in-between platform.
The clip shows a number of jaw-dropping ideas for the spa-filled amusement park, including onsen carousels and roller coasters filled with spring water.
People have fallen in love with the charm of floating tubs at this unusual eatery in Japan.
From falling cherry blossom leaves to a rabbit pounding mochi rice, these incredible slit animations are absolutely mesmerising.
All it takes are two quick and easy steps to make wet notebooks look brand new again.
The stunning sound and visuals in this new clip are designed to transport viewers to a Japanese festival as part of a new website for foreign tourists.
This is the cutest alternative to wrapping paper we’ve ever seen!
Priced at $19,600 and with only ten ever produced, this is one special delivery you don’t get to see every day.
Before-and-after videos show how one cat learnt the clever trick from his older brother in just a couple of weeks.
Shinjuku Station has been transformed for a limited time with anime girls on pylons and stages and huge animated digital LED displays!
We take a look at thecacera pacifica, known as the “Pikachu sea slug” in Japan, which many say is the real-life inspiration for the Pokémon character.
Say “aloha” to this 1.8 kilo (4 lb) bad boy.