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Tag: Japan

Ramen-Flavored Sodas: Yuck or Yum?

Ramen-Flavored Sodas: Yuck or Yum?
Ramen is delicious. While I much prefer the taste of fresh-cooked noodles and meats at a Japanese restaurant, instant ramen will do in a pinch. Nissin Cup Noodles are a staple among college kids, bachelors, and lazy cooks everywhere.

If Animals Were Made from Bread

If Animals Were Made from Bread
Bread was meant to be eaten, right? Well, what if your bread had four legs and was kind of adorable? Would you become gluten-free right then and there? I might think twice, but probably not. These wacky toys are based on the concept of “Living bread.”

Lucas Pereira’s Traditional Japanese X-Men: Krakoa no Sato

Lucas Pereira’s Traditional Japanese X-Men: Krakoa no Sato
Marvel has been taking the X-Men in all sorts of crazy directions in its comic books ever since it got the movie rights back from Fox. Freelance illustrator Lucas Pereira has a cool idea for the beloved and feared mutants with his ongoing Instagram series, which sees the X-Men and other Marvel characters dressed in clothing and accessories inspired by traditional Japanese culture.

This Giant Chocolate Bar Is the Sign for a Japanese Chocolate Factory

This Giant Chocolate Bar Is the Sign for a Japanese Chocolate Factory
I’m currently on a low-carb and low-sugar diet, but I’ve been craving chocolates lately. And now that I’ve seen what is likely the largest chocolate bar on the planet, I really need a sugar fix. This gigantic chocolate bar is the facade of the Meiji Confectionery factory in Osaka, Japan.

A Clear Cylindrical Capsule for Carrying Live Fish

A Clear Cylindrical Capsule for Carrying Live Fish
Because Japan takes its sushi and sashimi seriously, the Ma Corporation has developed the Katsugyo Bag, a clear cylindrical briefcase designed for transporting live fish that you caught or bought from the market to your home so you know you’re preparing a meal with the freshest fish possible.

This Heated Jumpsuit Will Keep You Toasty Even If Your Heat Is Broken

This Heated Jumpsuit Will Keep You Toasty Even If Your Heat Is Broken
Are you one of those people who is cold no matter what? Perhaps you need some heated pajamas to keep you warm. The Damegi 4GW Heated Jumpsuit should do the trick. Sure, you might look silly wearing this outfit if you venture outside, but if you’re parked on your couch playing video games and nibbling on Doritos, you should be just fine.

Three-headed Doge Figures: Three Times the Shiba Inu

Three-headed Doge Figures: Three Times the Shiba Inu
Who doesn’t love Shiba Inu dogs? We have a couple of them living next door to us, and they’re the cutest. And then there’s the Doge internet meme, along with the DogeCoin cryptocurrency which it inspired.

This Desktop Fridge Is a Soda Can Vending Machine

This Desktop Fridge Is a Soda Can Vending Machine
Do you drink cans of soda to keep motivated during the day at work? You could get up from your desk and walk over to the vending machine, but that requires too much effort. What you need is your own desktop soda vending machine.

Godzilla Tissue Dispenser Stomps out Stuffy Noses

Godzilla Tissue Dispenser Stomps out Stuffy Noses
Usually, when you think of Godzilla, you imagine the giant reptilian breathing fire from his mouth as he stomps on Tokyo. But it turns out that the monster can also dispense tissues between his mighty jaws.

Japanese Convenience Stores to Get Robots to Stock Shelves

Japanese Convenience Stores to Get Robots to Stock Shelves
Technology and efficiency are definitely two things you’ll encounter in abundance when you visit Japan’s modern cities like Tokyo and Osaka. Now, FamilyMart one of Japan’s biggest chains of convenience stores (aka “konbini”) is aiming to increase its efficiency by adding robots to its staff.

This Weird Japanese Gadget Detects If You Stink

This Weird Japanese Gadget Detects If You Stink
I like to think that I’m a pretty clean person. I take a shower at least once or twice every day, use deodorant, brush my teeth regularly, and don’t roll around in the trash like Pigpen.

Fake Loading Circle Machine Helps You Escape Video Calls

Fake Loading Circle Machine Helps You Escape Video Calls
Do you find yourself stuck on endless video conference calls these days? Looking for an excuse to tune out? Blame it on your crappy internet connection. This silly gadget from Japan makes it look like your video is stuck buffering by popping up one of those loading circles in front of your face.

The Chin Rest Arm Will Help You Nap at Your Desk

The Chin Rest Arm Will Help You Nap at Your Desk
It’s not easy being a slacker. Say you are at your desk on a Zoom call and you start dozing off. It’s such a pain to hold your hand up to your chin and prop your head up so that you can sleep, but still look like you are working.

You Could Empty This Cardboard Vending Machine with a Box Cutter

You Could Empty This Cardboard Vending Machine with a Box Cutter
When it comes to unusual vending machines, Japan is the place that always comes to mind first. After all, this is the country that gave us machines that vend bananas and fried chicken. But this particular vending machine isn’t notable for what it vends, but what it’s made out of.

Star Wars Beauty Face Masks: Use the Moisturizer, Luke!

Star Wars Beauty Face Masks: Use the Moisturizer, Luke!
If you’ve spent any time over in Japan, you know that those stick-on beauty masks are everywhere. They come in all kinds of designs, from panda bears to Hello Kitty. Now, Star Wars fans can get in on the moisturizing goodness too!

These Samurai Sword Letter Openers Are Ready to Take Down Tiny Zombies

These Samurai Sword Letter Openers Are Ready to Take Down Tiny Zombies
If you’ve ever visited Japan, you might have come across some tiny samurai swords being sold as souvenirs. It turns out that some of these are actually designed to be letter openers. Sadly, the COVID-19 pandemic has greatly reduced tourism throughout the country, so fewer people can get their hands on these tiny katanas.