In anticipation of the limited theatrical release of Trigger's new short film, Little Witch Academia: The Enchanted Parade, to Japanese cinemas on October 09, 2015, a limited time art exhibition is being staged at the Parco shopping center in Shibuya. Hit the jump to learn more.
A new art exhibition entitled "The Starting Point of Evangelion" will debut at the PARCO GALLERY X in Shibuya beginning August 21, 2015. The exhibition will feature production materials from the landmark anime as well as limited edition goods. Hit the jump to learn more.
The truth behind a mysterious teaser image that was posted on the official One Piece home video page has been revealed and unfortunately it's a bit anti-climatic. Hit the jump to learn more.
Last Friday, Japan celebrated "Ultraman Day", and Alien Baltan and Dada were none too pleased at the prospect of an unofficial holiday dedicated to their nemesis. Hit the jump to learn more.
The Show by Rock!! TV anime has concluded, and now the members of Plasmagica and Shingan Crimsonz will have new jobs as waiters at THE GUEST cafe & diner in Shibuya for a limited edition anime collaboration cafe. Hit the jump to learn more.
Sanrio's My Melody and Little Twin Stars characters are celebrating their 40th anniversary this year, and part of the celebration involves an elaborate collaboration cafe in Shibuya. Hit the jump to learn more.
The momentum of Funassyi, the heavy metal pear fairy and unofficial mascot of Funabashi City, seems unstoppable as the Parco Museum in Shibuya is opening an art installation called "Funassyi Fantasy World" beginning April 24, 2015. Hit the jump to learn more.
There are plenty of adorable character-focused cafés to go to in Japan, but one of the most recognizable faces has her own as well! The Hello Kitty Café at Shibuya PARCO is now open and will remain so until December 25. Check out the treats after the jump!
Ever long to go to Japan? While plane fare is expensive, the internet is right in front of you. A blogger named Alafista shows us how to enjoy Japan’s beauty without ever leaving the couch. Check out more after the jump.
An army of Sadako from Ringu (remade as The Ring in the states) appeared in Tokyo's Shibuya ward to promote the movie Sadako 3D. More pics after the break!