While trying out Mario Kart VR et cetera at Bandai Namco’s VR Zone Shinjuku yesterday, I visited the cafe inside the virtual reality arcade. I was about to make a mistake.
I’m in Japan! Tokyo Game Show begins later this week, but I’ll be joining Ashcraft in bringing you news of whatever else I find while exploring Tokyo starting... now. Here is a plate of Hinoya, my current favorite Japanese curry. It is a perfection of the form. I’m trying not to just eat this exclusively all week. I…
You hungry? Like really, really hungry? Well, have I got a meal for you.
Hi, I’m Chris Kohler, Kotaku’s new Features Editor. I’d like to introduce myself to you by talking about how much I love the Super Nintendo, or Ouendan. And that’s what I’d do if this were a video game website. But since it’s about snacks and anime, I will begin with Japanese curry secrets.
Curry rice is one of Japan’s most popular—and beloved—dishes. On one side, there’s rice. On the other? Curry. But in some parts of Japan, you can order “dam curry.” You heard me, dam curry.
And it's called "Curry of the Biohazard." Clever, that.
It really, really is chaos. Good chaos. Go on, have a look.
Some people have flesh and blood girlfriends. Others have pillows. And some have plastic toys. One curry restaurant in Tokyo's geek district is sensitive to this.