Track: I Remember Nothing (Reimagined Video) | Artist: Joy Division | Album: Unknown Pleasures
This month, Spirited Away will finally be officially released in Chinese movie theaters eighteen years after the movie first came out in Japan. To promote the release, artist Zao Dao created some truly wonderful posters.
Some Japanese sandwiches are terrible. Others are okay or even very good. However, these Japanese sandwiches are world-class.
Amusement park Fuji-Q Highland is opening the closest we’ll see to a Naruto-land, filled with attractions based on the popular ninja anime and manga.
Matsumoto Castle. Matsumoto, Japan. By ShuYung Wu.
Track: Halycyon (Again) | Artist: Dan Mckie and Orbital | Album: Backroom Jukebox - 6 Years of 1980 Recordings (Part 01 (2007-09) - Compiled By Dan Mckie)
Do you live in Tokyo? Do you want to? Recently online in Japan, people listed the good points and the bad ones of living in the metropolis with the largest population density on Earth.
Track: Your Song (Top Of The Pops 1971) | Artist: Elton John | Album: Elton John
Domino’s has just released a “New Yorker One-Kilo Ultra Cheese” pizza that has been covered with, that’s right, one kilogram (2.2 pounds) of 100 percent mozzarella cheese.
“Remaking Final Fantasy VII has allowed us to dive much deeper into the world and its characters than ever before,” producer Yoshinori Kitase said at E3. He wasn’t kidding! Check out the characters’ pores.
Track: Eve of Destruction | Artist: The Chemical Brothers | Album: No Geography
Before he turned 20 years old, animator Kenji Itoso got his start working under Hayao Miyazaki at Studio Ghibli. Recently at the Finnish Embassy in Tokyo, Itoso talked about how he got his start at Ghibli, including how he made it through the interview process.
To mark Final Fantasy VII Remake’s release date, Square Enix is releasing limited edition Cloud and Sephiroth chronographs. Each is priced at $2,499 and in North America, limited to 77 pieces.
Track: Can’t Stand Me Now | Artist: The Libertines | Album: The Libertines
The original Japanese versions of the Dragon Ball Super fight scenes are quick and relentless. However, on Toonami, they were edited and slowed down with dropped frames.