Screw you, COVID-19! Let me go to my favourites cities in the world!
If I came up against a samurai, I'd fold too.
Aloneness isn't the same as loneliness but if you need someone, maybe this Japanese man can help.
Dig into the history of Toonami with Toy Galaxy and find out how it went from a daytime block of cartoons to a late-night staple for older viewers of anime.
Peter Lai's giant treasure trove of Japanese collectibles can be found in a Los Angeles warehouse.
Akira is a cornerstone of cult film and cyberpunk culture and now you can watch it in 4K in select cinemas across the country.
From Portugal to Japan and then to Taiwan, the Castella is a rich sponge cake that goes well with coffee or green tea. Here's a video recipe.
@ka_nai, an anonymous Instagram user, exhibits various facades in Japan in varying quality, shapes, and sizes.
The Indo apple is Japan's first cultivated apple but how did it come to be? And how did the Fuji apple get so popular?
The Tokyo-based photographer captures a muted vibrancy of the Japanese city with their custom made presets.
Maroscheck—a German graphic design student—created a design volume of shapes in response to a world dominated by AI.
Moses "Mouse" McCormick is a Black polyglot and loves to speak to strangers in their native tongues. Here's an example.
In Shanghai, Fine 西洋果子店 (or Fine for short) fits a mixed minimalist Japanese-style cafe into 20 square metres.
Before DVDs, Blu-Ray discs and even VHS tapes, there was the Betamax.
Art director & photographer Liam Wong shows how alluring night time can be with his trademark "neon noir cyberpunk" photography. There's something so appealing about the night. People unwind and live their second lives - for those who aren't asleep. The darkness is brought alive by lights of varying types and colours. And Liam Wong …