Mr. Sato

The world’s most famous sushi restaurant sells seaweed too, so we made nori rice balls with it

Mr. Sato whips up a batch of onigiri with a little help from Sukibayashi Jiro.

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Mr. Sato tries to buy a Rolex for his mid-life celebration, crisis occurs

An attempt at a new watch for a new chapter in the life of our star reporter.

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We try insect snacks from this vending machine in Tokyo, and get a bonus surprise in the capsule

Our insects come with something heavy, metallic, and nothing to do with insects at all.

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We try epic pancakes at Japanese coffeehouse chain Doutor

Skip Starbucks and head to a premium Doutor for some of the country’s best pancakes.

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Starbucks’ Tokyo-only Minty Chocolate Tea Frappuccino deliciously disappoints our taste tester

The new dessert beverage fills Mr. Sato’s heart with sadness, and makes the rest of us want to drink it even more.

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The most vandalised vending machines in Japan? We check out a grungy duo at America Village

This pair turns heads on the street, but do they even work?

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Does Reiwa Beer capture all the fun and excitement of entering a new era?

Mr. Sato finds that it indeed does, under the right circumstances.

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A hero’s quest to find a limited-time save point in Osaka

A popular tourist spot in Osaka becomes a real-life “save point” spot for a limited time for all gamers.

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Reiwa countdown: What happened when a new era arrived at Shibuya Scramble Crossing

It was a bit like having your friends over for a party with your mum telling you to be quiet from the other room.

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Japanese convenience store’s Above and Beyond Series puts our sense of adventure to the test

Combos including sweet beans & chili powder, chocolate and potato make Mr. Sato wonder if he’s just getting too old for this.

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Revolutionary new A.I. self-checkout system in Japan calculates all your items with one glance

Sayonara barcode scans! Now there’s a faster and easier way to shop in Japan.

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Starbucks Japan releases the ridiculously long-named Double Ristretto Nonfat Breve Non-vanilla Mocha Non-whip Extra Chocolate Sauce Vanilla Frappuccino【Taste test】

We try the newest Japanese Frappuccino, with a name so long that even Starbucks’ own employees can’t remember it.

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Intoxicated Saitama man hides mysterious paper in a tree, Mr. Sato investigates

Our fearless reporter risks getting accosted up by a drunkard to uncover the truth.

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Smooth Mayonnaise Pudding served up in honor of Kewpie’s 100th anniversary

Mayo-themed cafe open in Tokyo for a very limited time.

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Mr. Sato gets dazzled by multicolored poop at the Poo Museum in Yokohama

Everybody (loves) poops.

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SoraNews24’s Mr. Sato buys bread as big as his head at world’s biggest Starbucks

Our Mr. Sato simply loaves the bread he bought at Japan’s biggest and fanciest Starbucks store, Starbucks Reserve Roastery Tokyo.

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Mr. Sato gets blown away by Wasabeef wasabi gyoza in Shibuya

Wasabeef chips and gyoza are two great tastes, but do they go great together?

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Starbucks brand-new Starbucks Reserve Roastery Tokyo breaks SoraNews24’s Mr. Sato’s heart

He was supposed to be drinking the coffee of his dreams, but instead…

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Crazy Tokyo restaurant offers a 7.3-pound tempura rice bowl, so of course we had to eat it!

Can’t decide between tempura and pork cutlet? This restaurant lets you have both in ridiculously large quantities.

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Mr Sato steps inside the Embassy of Afghanistan in Tokyo【Photos】

A number of embassies in Japan are opening their doors to the public for a limited time. 

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