New Final Fantasy Wine Set!

Square Enix has just revealed its new “Final Fantasy 30th Anniversary Ultimate Wine Crystal Edition.” This wine set will sell for $950! Yup, its a pretty hefty price tag. It includes a thirty-year old bottle of Chateau Myney red wine, and two Final Fantasy wine glasses with Swarovski crystals. May be this would be a…

Kit Kat Sushi in Japan!

Japan is known for having many different flavors of Kit Kat, and on February 2, 2017 you can get their newest flavor: Kit Kat Sushi! Well, it doesn’t exactly taste like sushi, but they did a great job of making it look like the popular Japanese food. These very-limited pieces of chocolate are being given-away…

Wakakusa Yamayaki 2017!

Today, the annual Wakakusa Tamaki event took place, where the grass of Nara’s Mount Wakakusayamis set on fire. This amazing display of fire includes an amazing firework display. The event takes place each year on the 4th Saturday of January, and involves ceremonies at Todaiji, Kofukuji, and Kasuga shrine. If you missed this year’s event,…

New PUTTITO Star Kirby!

PUTTITO, the Japanese maker of character cup hangers, will release its new “Kirby of the Stars” cup hangers on February 3, 2017. The new series is part of the 25th Anniversary Celebration of Kirby. The Kirby hangers will be sold in blind boxes for 300 yen each, and you won’t know exactly which of these…

Doraemon and Tokyo Solamachi Collaboration!

Doraemon and Tokyo Solamachi are collaborating on a special event ahead of the new movie “Doraemon the Movie 2017: Great Adventure in the Antarctic.” The event will run from February 4, 2017, and includes an ice skating rink, cafes, and virtual reality experience. The ice skating rink will be located at the Sky Arena on…

Dragon Ball Food Fair And Stamp Rally!

Fans of Dragon Ball have another event to celebrate, as the East Japan Railway Company is having a special Dragon Ball event until February 27, 2017. The event includes a Stamp Rally and food fair, which will bring artwork, food, and stamp locations around the 63 JR stations and 2 Tokyo Monorail stations. Collecting stamps…