The four-piece band marks 10 years of bucking expectations and musical risk-taking.
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The ticketing company pivoted to livestreaming events when the coronavirus struck, a move that may change how we experience music in Japan.
Social media users want abusers to drop their veil of anonymity.
One recent food fad in Singapore has been salted duck-egg potato chips. Now, snack maker Calbee has gotten in on the action.
Communities rally behind their favorite establishments, but can they save them all?
McDonald's Japan’s ramune-flavored McShake is a creamy take on the candy version of the citrusy soda.
King Gnu frontman, Daiki Tsuneta, heads for further glory as he pushes forward with his side project, Millennium Parade.
A new drama series highlighting the life of the J-pop star at her peak has fascinated viewers with its hammed-up acting and over-the-top antics.
Domestic news organizations are trying to get to the bottom of what makes the so-called self-restraint police tick.
With social life remaining online, Zone energy drink offers (admittedly not great-tasting) “digital performance energy.”