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Grand Theft Auto Would Make For A Cute Anime

Doraemon is one of Japan’s most beloved anime. Grand Theft Auto is a hugely popular video game series. Put them together and you get this.

Anime Character's Head Falls Off During Live Show, Trauma Ensues

You’re a kid. You’ve seen Doraemon on television. It’s one of Japan’s most famous anime. And then, you get to see the live-action stage show, which is more horrifying than you can ever imagine.

My Love Story Pays Homage To Japan's Most Famous Anime Bully

One of the new anime this season, My Love Story, is a romance story featuring an atypical protagonist. A protagonist with certain similarities to one of Japan’s most famous bullies.

Iconic Anime Character Painted On Buddhist Temple

A 700-year-old Buddhist temple in Thailand contains something visitors might find unusual: a blue robotic cartoon cat from the future. That’s right, iconic anime character Doraemon.

Anime Cat Is An Attack On China, Says Journalist

Doraemon, the blue earless robotic cat from the future, super popular in most of Asia, is under attack. Sort of. A Chinese newspaper is positing that the cartoon character is nothing more than a tool for Japan to subvert Chinese culture.

A Voltron Toy Unlike Any You've Ever Seen

To mark the 40th anniversary of Super Alloy toys and the 80th anniversary of manga artist Fujiko F. Fujio’s birth, Bandai is releasing a most interesting super robot based on the artist’s characters.

Doraemon Meets Akira In This Bleak Vision Of The Future

Japan has selected the adorable robot cat Doraemon as its special ambassador for its 2020 Olympic bid. As we all know, Akira predicted the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. That can mean only one thing…

This Taiwanese 3DS Seems Rare

In Taiwan, Nintendo is localizing Doraemon: Nobita’s Number Adventure, which, of course, features the iconic blue robotic cat Doraemon. To mark the game’s release, Nintendo is holding a contest in which five lucky people can win the above 3DS.

Japan's Cute And Nerdy Stone Statues Will Delight You

Stone statues play a prevalent role in Japanese life. You see them at Buddhist Temples and Shinto Shrines, and you also see them in front of houses and businesses or in gardens as decoration. Ditto at cemeteries.

How Japan's Nuclear Fears Are Manifested In A Cartoon Character

Many Japanese are anti-nuclear — and for good and obvious reasons. The nuclear disaster at Fukushima has made many question how safe nuclear power is, resulting in the country’s decision to take 48 of its 50 nuclear plants offline. It’s also why the government is pledging to end its dependence on nuclear power in the future.

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