Mr. Sato

We snag sleek T-shirts celebrating JR Higashi-Nakano Station’s 115th year in operation

Mr. Sato is never one to pass up a good T-shirt–especially one that salutes his home train line!

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Mr. Sato’s day made from this gacha capsule toy with a special surprise【Pics】

Sometimes it’s the small things that light up our day.

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Berserk cosplay grieving – Working out sadness at Kentaro Miura’s death the only way we know how

Our in-house Berserk fan dresses up as one of the series most memorable faces…and no, it’s not Guts of Griffith.

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Lucky Rocky Chicken: The place to go for epic fried chicken sandwiches in Tokyo

Buttermilk fried chicken is just the start of what makes this new fast food joint so wonderful.

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Anpan Roundup: Mr. Sato’s odyssey to gather all Daily Yamazaki red bean buns local to Tokyo【Pics】

Can Mr. Sato collect them all or will he wilt beneath the early summer sun trying?

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Mr. Sato reveals his new suit jacket’s hidden, convertible secret

This intriguing clothing item transforms into another practical and “packable” accessory.

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Japan’s new Pajama Suit is the perfect all-day, all-situations outfit for our current lifestyle

Mr. Sato models three different ways to wear these crossover clothes.

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We tried Japan’s peach-flavored potato chips, and they do not disappoint in their peachiness

Who would have thought that peaches and potatoes would make a good match?

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Mr. Sato attacks a massive castle of seafood at a new restaurant in Tokyo Skytree’s Solamachi

This particular dish with a really, really long name is a veritable gastronomic fortress waiting to be conquered. 

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Mr. Sato eats a Japanese sweet potato brulée so good that it just about knocks his socks off

Mr. Sato says you have to try this…and everything else at wagashi café Tsumugi!

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Tokyo police stopped us for random questioning, so we asked them to recommend a good restaurant

They wanted to know what we were doing in Ueno. We wanted to know where to eat lunch.

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Japanese competitive eater Max Suzuki oversees new delivery restaurants chain with mega portions

Our very own Mr. Sato was ecstatic to get his hands on their 1.8-kilogram (3.97-pound) yakisoba dish.

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Man vs. Steak: We band together to eat 4.5 kilograms of beef at Ikinari Steak

Will the power of four of our reporters be enough to vanquish 10 pounds of meat?

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Mr. Sato orders a 5-kilogram, 12,000-calorie rice bowl with a pile of meat on top

Kitchen Origin’s “Meat Castle” is not something that can be easily conquered–but by Jove, he’ll try. 

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Working class Mr. Sato braves visiting a fancy hotel to buy a highly rated strawberry cream bread

Is one sweet snack worth the emotional torture of feeling like a trespasser?

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We try the Yakiniku Like Tower Burger, the beefy bento box you can eat with your hands

Does a tower of tender beef in between two rice buns meet expectations?

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Japan’s crazy Air Shield face shield gets strapped to Mr. Sato’s head【Photos】

Our man of many masks tries out this inflatable shield.

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Mr. Sato remembers the hit song of 2020, it’s because of that $100 Dolce & Gabbana mask of his

Can you put a price on true comfort? Dolce & Gabbana can.

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This ridiculously expensive Tokyo sandwich was worth every one of the 8,650 yen it cost us

Take-out from expensive restaurant in the most expensive part of Tokyo hurts the wallet, thrills the taste buds.

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Tokyo has a cafe lounge that’s for negative people only

We check out the “negative cafe and bar,” a soothing space for gloomy people.

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