A valiant attempt to explain the bizarre symbolism of Kyary Pamyu Pamyu’s latest video
The SyFy channel, in a genius move, hopes to avoid copyright infringement by calling their shameless ripoff of Japanese game show “Dero!” (Get out!) “Exit!”
For just $91 you can record trips to the shop and things like that from your own point of view.
A lot of tourists who come to Japan are immediately stricken by the ubiquitous presence of Tommy Lee Jones’ face, who seems to be everywhere, watching you like some kind of disgruntled father figure upset you’ve thrown your life away traveling around Asia instead of getting a damn college degree. That, and the frustrating lack …
Two has-been American rockers try to make their moms proud by releasing an album in Japanese.
A Japanese roboticist built this enormous robotic beetle apparently for the sole purpose of parading it around in front of a bunch of kids, who we assume now all suffer from some form of PTSD.
You can always count on Vice Magazine to provide some hard-hitting, provocative, but honest reporting that other magazines and news outlets don’t want to touch. Case in point: This video documenting photographer Donald Webber’s trek to Fukushima’s “buffer zone” of forbidden territory directly following the 2011 earthquake and subsequent (and ongoing) nuclear disaster.
Don’t click this link if you value your sanity.
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).