Could the Tomb of Christ Be Hiding in Aomori?
Located roughly three hours north of Tokyo by bullet train, the isolated village of Shingo claims to be home to the 'Tomb of Christ.' We sent Chris Broad of Abroad in Japan to get to the bottom of this mystery.
8 Cosplayers Improvise Missing Costume Parts
Find out how a little quick thinking and simple everyday objects can save your day of cosplaying in a pinch thanks to these eight Twitter cosplayers.
'PPAP' Certified 'Freaking Awesome' in Asia
'Pen-Pineapple-Apple-Pen' receives the 'Freaking Awesome Video of the Year' award at the WebTVAsia Awards 2016.
The Mesmerizing Art of Coin Stacking
Coin stacking is a beautifully compelling reason to hang onto your change after you go shopping in Japan.
Japanese Commercials Have a 'Nose' for Comedy
Japan is home to some of the funniest commercials out there, and we've found yet another one that's providing tons of giggles to passengers on Tokyo trains.
These Shoes Aren't Made for Walking
From the shoes to the laces, along with shoehorns and bottles of polish, everything in this range is made from sweet chocolate.
Weird & Hilarious Ad Promotes Train Manners
Japan’s newest commercial about manners on trains may be quite difficult to get your head around.
Hilarious Nissin & Final Fantasy Mashup
Put together by the Final Fantasy XV development team, this is being billed by its producers as the first-ever official mashup TV commercial in the history of Final Fantasy.
Hot Spring Theme Park Might Become a Reality
This clip shows a number of jaw-dropping ideas for the spa-filled amusement park, including 'onsen' carousels and roller coasters filled with spring water.
Snuggle Up in Your Very Own Sailor Blanket
Why bother with blankets when you can sport these comfy, cozy sailor uniform pajamas?
Japanese Museum of Rocks That Look Like Faces
Travel northwest of Tokyo to see this museum full of rocks that resemble faces—even a few famous ones!
Piko-Taro Stops By Sesame Street
The popular characters from the iconic TV series dress up in leopard print and sing in English for Japan’s younger generation.
Top 7 Weirdest Festivals Across Japan
While it's estimated there are 600,000 festivals in Japan, some are decidedly weirder than others!
The Sleeping Taxi Drivers of Tokyo
Head into any Japanese city are you're sure to see people sleeping in public: on trains, park benches and even in their cars. One photographer visiting Japan was amazed by taxi drivers sleeping in their cabs and decided to capture the dreamers on film.
7 Samurai Doing 7 Extreme Sports!
These samurai warriors from Japan are fearless not only in battle, but also on a BMX bike, skis, a pogo stick and on a surfboard.
Take a Dip in Some Ramen Bath Salts
You may want to refrain from using these yummy-smelling bath powders when you’re hungry!
Spike Your Instant Ramen with Some Sweet Sake
For a twist on the instant classic, try adding a bit of rice wine sake for a sweet aromatic flavor.
Halloween Costumes in Traditional Japanese Art
Halloween might be a relatively new concept for Japan, but the idea of sporting costumes for festivals is perhaps older than it is in the United States!
Shinigami Ryuk's 'PPAP' Dance Cover Is Fierce!
Ryuk has a Death Note, a pen and an apple! Who knew this grim reaper had so much soul?!
Everyday Lolita Fashion
Get the cuteness of Lolita fashion with these five casual (and affordable) brands in Japan.