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These cool new Pampshades from Japanese artist Yukiko Morita are ambient lamps handcrafted from real baked baguettes, croissants, and dinner rolls.
Since humans are now all wearing masks, some properly, to protect themselves and others during this pandemic, it seems that cats can also now join in on this seemingly never-ending fun too by wearing this cool new Nyanmen Cat ... Continue
The perfect solution for anyone now stuck working from home with family or roommates wandering around and without a spare room to work privately and distraction-free from.
This difficult, nightmarish jigsaw puzzle has no image, just 150 blank pieces that glow in the dark.
This unique hand washing training tool for children stamps their hands with a harmless food color ink that looks like a little germ monster, which can then only be removed by scrubbing their hands with soap and water for ... Continue
Inspired by Mount Fuji, this sculptural sanded silver brass volcano / kazan (Japanese) is placed on top of a stack of exposed facial tissues minus their hideous tissue box. After you have pulled a single tissue through the ring, ... Continue
A luxurious knife stand designed in Japan by Teppei Mihara from bamboo sticks creatively laminated together to create the splitting illusion.
This cool new Liquid Table Lamp from designer Kouichi Okamoto may look like a bucket is suspended up in mid-air pouring paint out onto your table, but it's actually just a clever table lamp.
Like a singular block of bamboo splitting from within, this unique vase lets your flower bud emerge seemingly from the inside.
Simply squeeze the little pod of this Edamame Popping Keychain / Fidget Toy and one of three tiny soybeans pops out. Let go and they suck back in. Now endlessly repeat until you are calm, stress free, and smiling.
This wearable heavy-lifting exoskeleton uses pneumatic artificial muscle technology to effectively support your back and thighs when lifting and transporting heavy loads.
This bizarre Rubik's Cube from Japan is completely white on all sides with each cube having a different tactile texture that is either gnarled (synthetic leather), gritty (wallpaper), smooth (plastic), fluffy (synthetic fur), pimply (silicone), or prickly (hook and ... Continue
This cool new Yosegi Stool from Japan is actually two symmetrical wooden stools that merge into one to save valuable space.
To use, just slip a freshly washed shirt or pair of pants over the appropriate sized air bag, set the blower to either hot or cool air, and flip on the blower to inflate the bag and stretch the ... Continue
There's always some strange new flavor of Mountain Dew that seems to randomly pop up on local store shelves, but now you can try a very rare and very limited edition flavor that comes straight from Japan that mixes ... Continue
This box contains a huge sampler of 20 different Japanese Nestle Kit-Kat bars (60 in total) with cool, hard-to-find flavors like Strawberry Cheesecake, Wasabi, Apple, Sake, Green Tea, Sweet Potato, Rum Raisin, and many, many more.
This miniature wristwatch has been downsized to slip onto one finger like a ring in a brilliant combination of fine gold-plated jewelry, minimalist style, and accurate digital timekeeping all-in-one.
When that typical little cardboard box of tissues just looks like an eyesore in your beautiful bathroom, fancy office, or just anywhere you prefer finer things, now you can dispense tissues from a beautiful minimalist work of art instead ... Continue
This pot from Japan is designed to stir the contents inside all by itself using a unique spiral ring insert that causes the water to swirl around like a whirlpool in a counterclockwise direction.
This unique stainless steel kettle from Japan has a low-profile, square shape and a flat, thin bottom that is designed to bring water to a boil much faster than traditional kettles.
A series of Western-style drinking vessels that are meticulously handcrafted in Japan from moso bamboo (tortoise-shell bamboo).
When a ninja comes home after a long day filled with assassinations and other super stealth killing action, they need to hang their dark masks up on something appropriate like these cool new Ninja Star Coat Hooks.
A truly bizarre blanket from Japan that looks like a comfy nest of thick udon noodles that you can hug, grip, cuddle, intertwine, or just generally wrap yourself up into a knot in.
This unique necktie from Japan has a built-in internal cooling fan hidden away in the knot that activates and appears when you tug the tie downwards and connect it to USB.

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