These cute, playful kitties have won the Japanese internet over, and are sure to melt your heart, too.
Shiro and friends are back, this time modeling headwear out of empty containers of Calbee’s Jagarico.
Conan o-“fish”-ally cements his fame in South Korea by making an appearance in the drama One More Happy Ending as a talking goldfish.
Cats love to hide in warm spots in the winter, so be sure to check your car before hitting the ignition on cold days!
This sketch is amazing…almost as amazing as Shabani’s gorgeous, steely eyes!
Take an inside peek into the production process of Pocky, the beloved Japanese snack which has found its way into supermarkets around the world.
This video might not help you ace a final, but it will definitely help you get motivated to study Japanese history.
Eating a ginormous lunch and taking afternoon naps? Pff, no sweat! Doing 100 reps of a brutal weight training regimen? No thanks…
“Ah… I can see a bigger world…” Weird tools and makeup techniques make for hilarious results.
Because you might as well make the most of it if you’re stuck in the Cone of Shame, right?
Tired of Apple’s standard apps clogging up your iPhone or iPad screen? This simple workaround can help!
Cats have no problem sniffing each other’s butts…but this one found an entirely unpleasant surprise!
Looking for a great travel destination for the new year? Well, this one will at least ensure you never understand what anyone’s saying!
Net users take to YouTube video’s comments section to express their anger and disappointment over prankster’s crank call video to McDonald’s restaurant in Japan.
Filmmakers have created an action-packed video collage of some of the best costumes at a recent comic show in Taiwan.
In a continuation of Cut Video’s “100 Years of Beauty” series, the beautiful Leah Li displays the evolution of Chinese fashion through the decades.
A Japanese YouTuber randomly selected a quail egg from a pack bought at the supermarket and gave it to her parakeet, not expecting it to hatch into the cutest little baby quail ever!
The family of a Baptist missionary stationed in Japan in the 1930s sent DVDs of the Reverend’s home movies of the era to the Hiroshima town of Onomichi.