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If Barbie was a Gundam figure.
This guy is 58 years old. He does not look it. At all.
Deadpool's giant noggin is bursting through the (fourth) wall down in Shinjuku.
This dad takes his daughter's drawings and turns them into adorable school lunches.
From bread in a can to (fresh) underpants and bras, Japanese vending machines have it all.
Nintendo is looking for someone to help with dungeons, cutscenes and enemy design, so it looks like whoever lands the position will be playing a big role in shaping the project.
There has long been speculation that Gunpei Yokoi's resignation from Nintendo was sparked by the failure of the Virtual Boy. It wasn't.
Often when corporations try to be "down with the kids" in their marketing, it goes horrible wrong. Walt Disney Japan's latest campaign is no exception.
More of a frenzied hop than a run, but Slowpoke did its best.
One of the world’s most famous corporate mascots has a slightly different name in Japan, where Ronald McDonald is known as Donald McDonald—here's why.
Security footage revealed there were no thieves, no staffer being assaulted, and no robbery. Just one dishonest arcade employee.
Hoohoo! Me gonna eat you up!
Today is April 2. But let’s look back to yesterday and round up the best April Fool’s Days gags Japan had to offer.
The Japanese console game market is booming for the second year in a row. Here's what's fuelling it.
Hunter x Hunter is going back on hiatus, starting April 9. The manga had just returned last this January from a previous hiatus. Manga creator Yoshihiro Togashi apologised, saying he would try to bring Hunter x Hunter back as soon as he can.
It's a bit unusual to see a Pokémon sipping on coffee, but then again, Detective Pikachu is not your average Pokémon.