Goodness! Just when you thought unusual sushi couldn't get any more, well, unusual, there's this: Caramel banana sushi. Starting tomorrow, conveyor belt sushi chain Kura is offering it in Japan.
Earlier today in Tokyo, limited edition bananas went on sale. They even had serial numbers. Yes, serial numbers. On bananas.
Think human beings are the only ones who can enjoy tattoos? Ha! Bananas can get them, too.
Darth Vader. A Xenomorph from Aliens. Attack on Titan. That's not mentioning the various other characters as well as animals, too. They've all been brought to life in amazing banana sculptures.
See, Yamada sculpts using bananas—a material which is very tricky to work with because the color and the texture rapidly changes. Yamada must sculpt quickly.
This "banana parfait" photo has gone viral in Japan. The dish was served up in front of Akita Station in Akita Prefecture. Price: ¥180. Memory?…
Fresh produce purchased this morning by Kotaku reader Stephane L. Not redeemable for store credit at GameStop.
Takeru Kobayashi, famous as the six-time winner of the Nathan's Hot Dog Eating Contest, is appearing in Toronto for a pre-release stunt for Donkey Kong Country, in which he and the game will evidently have a banana-eating contest.
When you have a game like Super Monkey Ball Step & Roll, which centers on collecting bananas, you couldn't pick a better cross-promoting partner than the leading distributor of bananas in the United States, Chiquita.