interview

Masi Oka and the Everyst team tell us about the art of making manga that exists solely on Twitter

SolarFlare is among the list of manga titles flying off the printed page and into the Twitterverse.

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We interview voice actress Shoko Nakagawa, learn what gave her the greatest shock of her career

The prolific voice actress dishes on her experiences dubbing the Japanese-language version of Venom and in the anime voice acting industry.

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Japanese woman shares horrifying experience of having her phone number exposed on the Internet

Having your phone ringing incessantly for six months will drive most people crazy, but not this woman.

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What to do if you want to lower your apartment rent or avoid paying key money in Japan

And even if the owner won’t budge on the rent, you can still negotiate for some concessions that could save you a ton of cash.

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Seiji and the spirit of Yngwie Malmsteen actually kind of interview actress Yoshiko Sengen

Seiji’s fake interviews in order to audition his guitar playing are getting dangerously close to real interviews.

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Japanese reporters’ lame questions to tennis star Naomi Osaka embarrass netizens

The Japanese media is under criticism for its lack of interest in the actual sport of tennis

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Simon Pegg shares with us his thoughts on filming Mission: Impossible – Fallout

Our Japanese staff interviews the English actor who plays Benji Dunn in the blockbuster hit.

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We interview Ron Howard on his trip to Tokyo prior to the opening of Solo: A Star Wars Story

Famed director talks risk-taking and tells us one way Solo is superior to any previous entry in the Star Wars franchise.

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With great power comes the responsibility to interview movie stars: We sit down with Tom Holland

The newest actor to play Spider-Man gives us insight into what it’s like to be a popular superhero.

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We talked with Pacific Rim: Uprising’s John Boyega and Steven S. DeKnight in a monster interview

We get down to the nitty gritty of being professionals in the movie industry.

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Seiji and the spirit of Yngwie Malmsteen barely interview Andrew W.K.【Video】

Once again, our pseudo-interviewer Seiji harnesses the rising force of a guitar god to confront the premier party-rocker.

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Japanese race queens give their opinion on Formula 1 abolishing grid girls

We talked with the motorsports models, one of whom says Japan’s situation is unique compared to the rest of the world.

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Seiji and the spirit of Yngwie Malmsteen barely interview a Japanese actress【Interview】

In order to confront the intimidating and multi-talented Rena “Non” Nonen, our interviewer summons a god of rock.

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Rare 1990 Hayao Miyazaki interview surfaces, shows the director “not as salty as usual”【Video】

Fan shows us a reason to hang onto your old VHS anime even after you’ve upgraded to newer media versions.

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Mr. Sato interviews: One-on-one with Japanese Santa

Feats of strength and porn-loving compatriots are all part of why it ain’t easy being Japanese Santa.

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Our Japanese-language reporter asks foreigner how Christians feel about Christmas in Japan

How does a Catholic believer feel about Japanese Christmas, and what’s it like for a non-believer to go to Christmas Mass?

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“Where are the normal men?” A Japanese woman tells of five online dating woes

 

How far will today’s 30-something single ladies go to find love in Japan?

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Interview with a “happening bar” customer: “I was getting repulsed by the whole atmosphere”

We ask the difficult questions, like what the hell is a “happening bar?”

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Polish songstress releases debut Japanese album, shares her loves and dislikes about Japan

Find out her thoughts on Japanese courtesy, thoroughness, tattoos and white lies.

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One Piece’s creator refusing to write about his struggles could be a reason for its huge success

With over 416 million copies sold worldwide, he sure knows what makes readers tick.

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