Rock climbing has become a recent fitness fad around the world, and especially in Tokyo. From beginners to experts, everyone can find a place to go rock climbing in Tokyo.
Anime shopping website, Premium Bandai, began preorders for its AIKATSU! ICHIGO HOSHIMIYA iPhone case which is expected to be distributed in August. The case will feature an original design by Hiroko Yaguchi.
Emojis were invented in Japan which is why some of the symbols might be confusing to those in the West. Learn about what the different cultural emojis mean.
Far-right movements are creeping up globally, and Japan is no stranger to them. The Nippon Kaigi advocates far-right propaganda and aims to blur the line between state and religion.
With the Tokyo 2020 Olympics on its way, the type of new noodle, "muscle men" is perfect. Created by Yoshihara Shokuryō in Shikoku, the noodles contain magnesium and calcium which is often lacking in traditional Japanese diets.
In Saga Prefecture, two politicians were battling for the same assembly seat and not only did they share the same name, they used the same kanji for their names. Both men are named “Shigeru Aoki” which caused major confusion for voters.
After Nagoya was rated the least appealing of the eight major cities in Japan, the city's tourism board held a contest to revise its slogan. Will these slogans make Nagoya more appealing?
Tickets for Japan Railway's (JR) latest luxury liner in Hokkaidō, The Shikishima Liner, are sold out until April 2018. The luxury train was designed by renowned designer Kiyoyuki Okuyama and features a Michelin rated chef.
Gintama, the movie, is set to premiere on Friday, July 14th in Japan. The movie will feature popular rock band, UVERworld's song "Decided".
Sanja Matsuri, is considered one of the three largest Shinto festivals in Japan and is held each year in the third week of May at Tokyo's Sensō-ji temple and around Asakusa.