If you are strolling through Terminal 3, you might notice something. A giant rebel fighter.
Kunio Okawara is one of Japan’s most famous mecha designers. For years, he’s created iconic machines for Gundam anime. Now, he’s turning his talents to designing an electric car.
Just when you think Japanese TV has settled down, it goes and pulls a stunt like this.
So, you’re going to Japan, huh? Fantastic. You might have some questions. Hopefully, I’ll have some answers.
This is The Autobots. It’s due out next month in Chinese theaters. The Autobots, eh? But it’s not just the title that seems familiar...
These are not Final Fantasy Chocobos. They’re Toyotas. But if they were, I guess they’d look like this? Or maybe they’d be fluffier? Not sure, but what is sure is that Toyota has once again teamed up with Square Enix to sell Japanese people cars.
Then, there’s the fact that the illustration was done completely from memory.
Tough? Wasteful? Dull? A handful of martial arts types try their luck at a real-life version of Street Fighter's bonus stage.
Japanese role-playing game? Urban eco-car? I don't see the similarity, either, but hey, somebody at Toyota did.
This isn't only the most hideous car offered for sale this year on the planet Earth, but also expensive and rare. There's only one of these cars in existence. And nearly six hundred people put in orders to buy it at 7-Elevens in Japan.
Just look at that. Do it! It's called the 7-Eleven Limited Evangelion Orochi. It's not only incredibly ugly, but incredibly rare. It's also the most expensive item 7-Eleven has ever offered for sale. That's right, 7-Eleven.
Car racing meets dating game. This is Drift Girls, and in it, you try to impress women with your racing—and drifting—abilities.
Recently, photos of Batman on a Japanese highway surfaced. Who was that masked man? People want to know! And through the magic of television, we found out.
You are not watching an episode of anime Initial D. This isn't a video game! Here's a look at underground drifting in Gunma Prefecture, Japan.
The above footage is not from a movie or a TV drama. It's real. And thankfully, no one was seriously hurt.
So. Many. Scooters. If you like motorized bikes, then Taipei is the place for you. Well, unless you hate traffic, that is.
You know how when you're playing a game, and it bugs out, and you get stuck in a truly odd place? Well, a real life version of that recently happened in Weihai, China.