The last few years have seen an unprecedented explosion of popularity for titles like Demon Slayer and Attack on Titan, garnering fans from all corners of the world. Since then, anime and manga fans have been hot on the
There are so many beautiful places to visit in Japan, which makes it extremely difficult to choose only 70. But with recommendations from the whole Tokyo Weekender team and friends, we’ve compiled the ultimate list of must-sees in Japan per
Part of why Tokyo is always exciting is the different exhibitions piquing our curiosity. This fall, from noh to the wonders of manga, there is a myriad of cultural events to see for those wanting to deepen their knowledge of
There’s plenty to keep you occupied in Tokyo this week, including a Shibuya Parco Art Week, the Japan Writers Conference and Short Shorts Film Festival’s online screenings. Here’s what to look out for in Japan’s capital over the coming week.
Being a nerd was something that ran in the family for Eleonora Aureliana Guglielmi, or as she’s better known online, Yuriko Tiger. She credits her father as the original video game otaku, who gifted her a PlayStation 1 alongside Tekken
It’s 2022 and most humans on the internet would have at least heard of the term ‘cyberpunk.’ Originally, it referred to a 1960s subgenre of science-fiction novels depicting a dystopian near future where cool technology is marred by human suffering
Ukraine travel to Scotland to compete in the Nations League on Wednesday evening but they will be without Oleksandr Zinchenko who is injured.
Zinchenko, who plays his club football for Arsenal,
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A Nakano Favorite
Toyama Prefecture is home to the Tateyama Peaks, one of the most dramatic mountain ranges in Japan, and bustling bayside towns with sandy coastlines. Its capital, Toyama City, is consistently ranked among the best places to live in the Chubu
“Where does one even buy a floppy disk?” a rhetorical Taro Kono asked a room full of reporters.
Ironically, the answer is Japanese. In fact, anyone who’s shuffled along the basement aisles of an Akihabara retro store, perused the shelves