The colors! The patterns! The shapes! Nintendo's latest New 3DS commercial is not only downright trippy, but also lethally cute.
Sorry, Japanese pop stars. Tonight, you were defeated. You had a worthy adversary. But you were no match in a ridiculous cute battle with Lady Gaga.
Nothing like creating fast food websites that can make your customers feel ill! Warning: this post contains imagery that actually might make you dizzy or sick.
Kyary Pamyu Pamyu, the uber popular Japanese popstar, has a new music video out. It's called "Ninjya Re Bang Bang". You can watch it right up there!
The Wii U is out in North America, but Japan will have to wait until December to get the new Nintendo console. To build hype, Nintendo is now running commercials for the hardware. But that's not the only game in town. There are entire channels filled to the brim with wonderful Japanese commercials. Some of them are…
Last summer, teenage fashion blogger Kyary Pamyu Pamyu's popularity exploded with her debut single "PonPonPon". The tune and its colorful video went viral, even hitting well beyond Japanese shores.
Everybody's got to start somewhere. For fashion blogger turned singer Kyary Pamyu Pamyu, it was the streets of chic Harajuku where she first made her biggest splash.
If you've ever done an interview with Patapon designer Hiroyuki Kotani, you've heard him sing "Pon Pon Pata Pon" as he plays through the game. As striking as the visual style for that game is, it's got nothing on the visual craziness in this music video.