Courtesy of those lovely people at Funimation, Kimi no Na wa or Your Name will finally get its Western theatrical release this April. I’ve seen the film a few times now and I will be reviewing it later
With this dazzling body-swap romance, Makoto Shinkai confirms his reputation as Japan’s new animation king “I feel like I’m always searching for someone…” Ever since the animation legend Hayao Miyazaki
Audrey Kawasaki and Stella Im Hultberg display never-before-seen works at the Thinkspace Gallery in Los Angeles. This article contains adult content. The sensual female characters of Asian American artists
A lot of geometries here This cool, minimalist prefab home in Kyoto, Japan makes surprising use of windows. Designed by EXH and Anoffice, it features an exterior made from same materials as the other in
If a feature-length CG movie and five episodes of anime weren't enough to get you excited for the impending launch of Final Fantasy XV, Square Enix has even more for you: a beautiful new short film called
To refuel the F-22 and F-35 deep in enemy territory, the Air Force is going to need something a little less obvious on a radar screen. The U.S. Air Force Air Mobility Command recently announced the "KC-Z"
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japanese Empress Michiko, who turned 82 on Thursday, said she felt “shocked and pained” when she first saw newspaper headlines about her husband, Emperor Akihito, wanting to abdicate.
Written by by Kate Springer, Sol Han, CNN In Tokyo, 14% of commuting traffic is on bike, according to the Japanese Transport Ministry. But you'd never guess it. That's because the Japanese capital is thousands
Just like human muscles, the motors that drive a humanoid robot generate a lot of heat. But unlike humans, robots haven’t had the chance to evolve cooling mechanisms like sweat—until now. A robot built
The architects aimed to create a secluded home without rejecting the surrounding city The Japanese design firm Frontoffice got philosophical when designing this private family home in Tokyo. They likened
By Anna Fifield Anna Fifield Beijing bureau chief. Email Bio Follow TOKYO — In Japan, the packed school lunch has been elevated to an art form. Every morning across this country, moms — always moms — up
Traditional Japanese carpentry is almost unfathomably complicated. Timber was joined, not by nails or screws, but by carving extremely intricate patterns into the wood, then interlocking them as self-reinforcing