As the great poet Ice Cube once said, “A day in which one is not required to produce one’s AK is, indeed, a good day.” No AKs were produced last week when Japan tied Australia to ensure a place on the 2014 World Cup roster, thanks in large part to this riot officer who used eloquent language and metaphor to calm Japanese revelers who were illegally spilling into Shibuya Crossing and holding up traffic.
The Japanese public raises concerns about 3D printed weapons putting guns in criminal hands, but are concerns overblown?
Netizens put a commendable amount of effort into looking like characters from the social media app
Kyary Pamyu Pamyu invites you to try KFC’s new Kura Kura Krushers, after you’re finished violently convulsing.
This retro website from 1998 may literally melt your eyes. You have been warned.
The Huffington Post, the world’s most liberal news website according to laughably biased Fox News, has made the move to Japan in what it hopes will be a news revolution for a Japanese audience.
The city of Yokohama, which it turns out is a sentient being able to send Twitter tweets, caused mass panic when it tweeted to 40,000 followers that North Korea had launched a rocket of some kind.
American expats rejoice over news of a one-day pop-up store of beloved In-N-Out burger, while English expats shrug and go play FIFA or something.
Take a look at this controversial video highlighting various forms of discrimination practiced by Japanese past and present.
This simple Firefox/Google Chrome plugin unblocks region locked content so you can watch all the best entertainment from North America and Europe from right here in Japan (but you didn’t hear it from us).