Abe Fighting for his Life After Suffering Serious Injuries from Piranha Plant

The Prime Minister of Japan is in intensive care in a Rio hospital after suffering horrific injuries from a piranha plant. Shinzo Abe emerged from...

7/11 Japan’s “Corn Sand” Meal with Corn Cob plus Corn Juice Sees Profits Soar

apan’s need for corn just became a little more manageable with Seven Eleven Japan launching the new “Corn Sand With Corn Plus More Corn”...

Gaijin Starts to Question Own Desires After Using Third Negative in One Japanese Sentence

A foreigner perusing the aisles of a convenience store in Nakano Ward, Tokyo, has begun to doubt his own desires after articulating a sentence...

Woman Searching for Pokémon Still Hasn’t Found Herself

39-year-old Katie Murphy has found plenty of Pokémon over the past month but is still yet to find her true self. Murphy consistently hunts around...

SMAP (1855-2016): A Special Tribute

SMAP (1855-2016): A Special Tribute SMAP released its first album "SMAP 001" during the reign of the Tokugawa Shogunate towards the end of the Edo...

Japan Remembers August 15 as the Day SMAP Surrendered Making Quality Music

Japan has commemorated the 15th of August as the day SMAP surrendered and gave up making premium quality music. People flocked to shrines and temples...

We Asked Each SMAP Member Which Fellow SMAP Member They Hate The Most?

Masahiro Nakai ("Leader") “I love all SMAP members if by love I mean an intensified emotion of disgust.” Shingo Katori  “Haven't seen Mori Katsuyuki since 1996 – that dirty...

Shikoku Nuclear Plant Restart Deemed to be Completely Safe

The Japanese government and nuclear regulation authorities have deemed the Ikata Nuclear Power Plant safe for restart despite sitting directly above a large mass...

Study Finds Gaijin Blog Hate Comments Peak During Unbearably Hot Month of August

A recent study has found hate comments posted on gaijin blogs reach a peak during the unbearably hot month of August. Researchers scoured over 300,000...

Japan Celebrates Mountain Day: Low-skilled Foreign Workers, Okinawans Sacrificed

Japan has celebrated its first Mountain Day (Yama no Hi) national holiday by offering low-skilled foreign workers and Okinawans to an active volcano in...

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