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Proof That Japan is the Craziest Place on Earth
Who knew that you could wear your thong and show it off too? Oh, Japanese people, THAT'S who. Those crazy geniuses.
Robots Sent To Clean Up Fukushima Nuclear Disaster Keep Dying
Phones In Japan Are Required To Be Waterproof For An Interesting Reason
You've Been Using Chopsticks Wrong All These Years
Watch This Bizarre Japanese Commercial for Donald Trump
These Stockings With Pre-Painted Toe Nails Are All the Rage in Japan Right Now
The Fine Art of Japanese Wood Planing: Shaving Thin Slices of Wood
Japanese Hospital Gives Prospective Surgeons Shockingly Difficult Tryout Tests!
Every year thousands of men in Japan partake in the Naked Festival. In case you were wondering when you shouldn't travel to Japan.
In Japan you can combine your love of Pokémon with your need to drive a car. However, whether or not you'll have any friends is up for debate.
In Japan, sometimes a perfect melon can go for upwards of $300. In Beverly Hills, perfect melons go for around $5,000 and require anesthesia.
Where was this great invention when I wanted to lose all my friends and convince people I was crazy? I had to do it the old fashioned way, and there were a lot of safety pins involved.
Believe it or not, you can rent a capsule, like the one pictured above, to spend the night in Japan. Claustrophobics may want to stay somewhere else.
In Japan, you don't simply pee in a public restroom. You pee while anime women look at your junk and laugh.
There's a bathhouse in Japan where you can take a soak in a tub full of ramen broth. It's supposed to do wonders for the skin and your appetite.
If you haven't noticed by now, people in Japan like to go big. Who knew it would turn into a whole field, though. Get it? Field. I have fun.
Dressing up knows no gender. However, this is still slightly chuckle-worthy.
Sure we have parades over here in America, but we don't have freaking 30 feet tall Asimo robots in ours. Seriously considering a move now.
In Japan, their superheroes are the ones who set their fashion trends. Not just their politicians.
Ever been shopping and then you totally forget to pick up your severed human heads? Well, NOT in Japan!
Oh, what? You want to just hop on the subway and see the same old boring 9-5ers on their way home from their boring-ass lives? NOT IN JAPAN.
Ramen is king in Japan and there ain't nothing wrong with that, people! So it only makes sense that they would invent a guard that protects your face from ramen juice.