The Japanese island of Okinawa is the last holdout for dugongs. Now Camp Schwab is set to build new runways over their feeding ground.
It's called a 'gym,' but don't show up expecting to get a workout.
VICE Japan followed some of the country's most infamous bikers to hear about their violent pasts and dying subculture.
For his latest series 'Born Too Late', Sydney photographer Jesse Lizotte spent time with the infamous Japanese gangsters.
From demolition sites in Angola to Cleveland crime scenes, here's where VICE is traveling this month.
Shimpei "Melting Bot" Kaiho is a Tokyo-based scene veteran who's made it his life's work to explore the fringes of Western and Japanese underground music.
How an experimental asthma remedy became one of the world's most feared drugs.
VICE Japan follows Kyoji Sasaki on his mission to revolutionize an industry dominated by corrupt middlemen.
Ladybaby combines the furious intensity of screamo metal with the saccharine sweetness of J-pop. Despite forming in May, the trio has become an online sensation and just embarked on an international tour.
Crying can be therapeutic, and what better way to relieve stress than with a hot guy?
One guy even tried to yank away the chairman's microphone so he couldn't call for a vote.
We hung out with the man who holds 12 Guinness World Records for feats ranging from crab walking to crushing walnuts with his butt
If you can get past the AI bouncer, you're in.
Looks like they'll have to rip shots out of something else.
We talked to nuclear industry engineer Arnie Gunderson about the ongoing aftermath of the infamous 2011 nuclear disaster.
North Korea is often seen as being backward, but now Kim Jong-un is literally turning the clocks back.
We caught up with some of the black attendees at Otakon, Baltimore's anime convention, to learn about why anime resonated with them and why there aren't more black characters.
GX was started as a reaction to gaming's dominant "bro" culture, and serves as a place for queer geeks to hang out and enjoy cool shit in a safe, inclusive space.
They didn't do anything but poop, walk around, age, and die, but we treated those little pixelated pets like family.
I went to Melbourne's first ever 24-hour ramen bar to find out.
Akiba is Japan's sprawling strip where J-Pop blares constantly, girls dressed as French maids entice you up to 5F to play GameCube games with them, and everyone's lost and found at the same time.
"We have a giant robot, you have a giant robot—you know what needs to happen."
The Japanese game designer tells us about 'ReCore,' 'Mighty No. 9,' his Capcom past, and his love for robots.
Are giant robotic arms coming to wipe out humanity?