A Japanese man who strangely served up his genitals to a group of discerning foodies could be facing time for exposing his junk to the public.
Does makeup and a good purse really mean success for Asian men?
Konichiwa, Heavies! Japan is known for having some of the most ridiculous game shows out there, so strap in and be prepare yourself for the most awesomely brutal games shows ever.
The Internet was another gold mine of comedy this week with drunks operating heavy construction equipment and bullies making their case for America.
There’s a good chance that if you find yourself on a Japanese prank show you’re going to end up naked and traumatized for life. Fun times!
The Japanese are well-known for their emphatic adoption of vending machines. We’ve got soiled panties, live crabs, beer, sex toys… Some things are definitely about to get lost in translation.
George Sotiropoulos has been forced out of his UFC 144 fight in Japan against Takanori Gomi (pictured). Eiji Mitsuoka has stepped in for him to make his UFC debut.
Frankie Edgar says he’s excited to fight in the Land of the Rising Sun and believes the Japanese fans will embrace his style.
Quinton “Rampage” Jackson has a spot on UFC 144, after all. He’ll face Ryan Bader in February in Japan.
With a four-fight losing streak, Steve Cantwell will look to break out of the slump at UFC 144 against Riki Fukuda in Japan.
Anthony Pettis and Joe Lauzon are indeed fighting in February, but it won’t be on the Super Bowl card in Las Vegas. Instead, they’ll get their work visas ready for UFC 144 in Japan.
Yushin Okami finally gets to fight again in his native Japan. The middleweight contender will meet Tim Boetsch at UFC 144 when the UFC returns to the Land of the Rising Sun in February.
World Victory Road announced on Friday that it has lost its primary sponsor Don Quijote and the future of Sengoku Raiden Championships looks grim.
UFC Announces Two Digital Media Partnerships in Japan.
World Cup soccer action has kicked off in South Africa – whether you’re a newbie to football or a long-time fan, our quick guide to the 32 starting teams will help you follow the shots.