Here’s a taste of some of the cherry-blossom themed drinks, snacks, shoes and toilet paper on shelves now.
Nintendo is celebrating the 20th anniversary of Pokémon with a year full of new products, re-releases and huge doses of nostalgia around the world.
Japan has a variety of whacky treats for this Valentine’s Day, including monstrous cookies and “poisoned” apples.
Containing 0.8 percent alcohol, the new sake-flavored Kit Kat is a perfect way to spike your mid-day snack.
Cut is setting its lens on Japan as it shows the dramatic changes Japanese women have gone through in the past century.
Nibariki has new wind-up toys inspired by Studio Ghibli’s “My Neighbor Totoro” and “Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind.”
In this rhythm game, players choose a real sumo player, ride an actual race horse and compete against characters from “Street Fighter.”
YouTube threw a big celebration for more than 20 YouTubers living in Japan who have over 100,000 subscribers.
The Orikaeshi Honyaku Dictionary site, which boasts the catchphrase “from Japanese to Japanese,” roughly translates as “Chinese whispers.”
Halloween is a time to carve pumpkins, enjoy a few scares and, most importantly, shovel as much candy as humanly possible into one’s own mouth. While the practice of door-to-door trick-or-treating may not be a thing in Japan, the custom of eating special Halloween snacks certainly translates. Plenty of companies, both overseas and domestic, are […]