May. 25, 2016 09:30
LEGO is loved all over the world. You can buy them in kits, sure, but how many little kids sat down with a pile of LEGO bricks and recreated the (alth...
May. 2, 2016 19:46
Transportation transfer guide company Ekispert has collaborated with manga artist Kubonouchi Eisaku to create a special movie titled Sayo to Kou no Shuppatsu (Sayo and Kou’s Departure). A special website was also created. The video is a message to those who are starting their journey on a new course this spring.
Apr. 21, 2016 18:23
We often associate the pretty sakura or cherry blossom with cute girliness or the start of the school season. Spring after a harsh winter is often painted with a fresh start to the year. However, ten different TOM Special Creators have shown that even with the common subject of 'sakura', they can spin very different stories in each of their own worlds.
Apr. 13, 2016 14:00
If you haven’t seen much latte art, you’re missing out on some truly unique and gorgeous creations that look almost too good to drink! We’ve collected...
Apr. 10, 2016 07:09
School may be a dread for many, but let’s celebrate the new school year with anime characters in sailor uniforms with this collection of gorgeous illustrations from Tokyo Otaku Mode’s Special Creators!
Mar. 31, 2016 12:56
When it comes to pancake anime art, nobody does it like the chef at La Ricetta does. La Ricette is an Italian restaurant in Kanagawa Prefecture. However, because of the popularity of pancake art that is posted on their Twitter account, the restaurant has become known as the place to go for 'artisan pancake art'. Here are some of our favorites!
Mar. 26, 2016 15:55
Ukiyo-e, the traditional Japanese art of woodblock printing, is on the verge of extinction because of the lack of practicing craftsmen as older generations pass on. In order to prevent this previous art form from disappearing, the Ukiyo-e Project, among others, combines popular culture with Ukiyo-e to attract new fans.
Mar. 26, 2016 03:00
Yanesen includes the initials of the names of three places in Taito-ku—Yanaka, Nezu, and Sendagi—and it collectively means those three.