Maguro and sushi lovers must head over to Kappa Zushi for their limited time all-you-can-eat sushi event! Be sure to check out the details of this sushi "tabehoudai" event!
It's easy to spend a day at Tokyo Skytree and Tokyo Skytree Town due to the variety of activities. From an aquarium and planetarium to restaurants and shopping, here are our top 5 picks of things to see while visiting Tokyo Skytree.
In light of the upcoming 2020 Tokyo Olympics, learn about renowned Japanese athletes such as Hanyu and Yu Darvish. From sumo wrestlers to baseball and tennis players, Japan prides itself on its athletes.
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.
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.
Cram schools or "juku" are a popular after school activity for Japanese students. Kumon has recently gained popularity in the West and its techniques have proven to be effective.
Japan brings in the year of the rooster with many rooster themed products, and Izanau gives you some background on the zodiac tradition!
Ariana Grande loves Japan. Ariana is even learning to write Japanese hiragana, and speak Japanese. Her fan base in Japan is so big, that she even released Japanese versions of the "Dangerous Woman" and "Focus" music videos.
For Christmas 2016, Nestle has created Kit Kats that can be toasted into butter cookies! Japan’s Kit Kats are renowned not only for their flavors, but also for the way they should be consumed!
Valentine's Day is celebrated differently in Japan due to the existence of White Day - but chocolate are a staple of both! Check out Japan's limited edition chocolate available exclusively for Valentine's Day.
Izanau counts down the top 10 Japanese songs of 2016!
What Kanji best defined 2016? and no.... its not PPAP!