New Japan Pro Wrestling

This Is How Japan Celebrated April Fool’s Day 2018

2018-04-02 02:21

Japan has been celebrating April Fool’s Day for many years now, with goods and service companies announcing gag products and unlikely collaborations to showcase their creativity and sense of humor. Anime studios are among the most active participants in the trend. In the spirit of good fun, we’ve selected a few of our favorites this year to share the jokes with you… Anime Yamanosusume (Encouragement of Climb) The key visual for the third season of the popular anime Encouragement of Climb featuring mountain-loving girls shows them improbably conquering K2, the second tallest and second most perilous mountain in the world. 『 #ヤマノススメ サードシーズン』新ビジュアルを公開しました!サードシーズンでは、あおいたちがついに最難関のK2山頂に到達!? 詳細は公式サイトをチェック!  https://t.co/Z84ZBUE4AQ pic.twitter.com/zszLqXZYxl — 2018年夏『ヤマノススメ サードシーズン』公式 (@yamanosusume) 2018年3月31日 Toei…


Japanese Pro Wrestling World Mourns Explosive Death Of Stuffed Cat Doll

2017-07-24 12:44

If you’re not an avid follower, your introduction to Japanese professional wrestling might consist of some of the comedic stylings of DDT, such as Joey Ryan flipping wrestlers with his Herculean American penis. It’s not all fun and games, however. In fact, there can be some downright somber moments that demand the most genuine of reflections. One such moment occurred this past weekend on the under-card of New Japan Pro Wrestling’s G1 Climax Tournament at Tokyo’s Korakuen Hall. In a match that pit Bullet Club members Bad Luck Fale, Chase Owens, and Yujiro Takahashi against Los Ingobernables de Japon (Tetsuya Naito, BUSHI, and Hiromu Takahashi), we saw one of the…


Violinist Keiko Suzuki Beautifully Covers Shinsuke Nakamura’s Awesome Entrance Theme

2016-01-29 06:46

If Shinsuke Nakamura, of New Japan Pro-Wrestling (and now WWE) fame is the self-proclaimed “King of Strong Style”, then Keiko Suzuki has got to be the Queen of Violin Style. Keiko Suzuki is an award violinist who started playing at the age of four, but may as well have been born with one in hand with how talented she is. Her YouTube Channel and Facebook are a good place to check out her resume of awesome performances, but her most recent standout is a cover of Japanese pro-wrestler Shinsuke Nakamura’s popular entrance theme, “Subconscious.” When news broke that Nakamura was leaving New Japan Pro-Wrestling, Suzuki, like many other fans, were…