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News on Japanese culture, humor, manga, and current affairs. Get to know Japan with this blog written by a Japanese girl living in Spain.

23 Jun 2009      

Tatamet Foldable Helmet

by Ayumi Nakai
The Tatamet foldable helmet is another clever Japanese invention. It’s durable and very safe, the perfect accessory for emergency kits.
22 Jun 2009      

TotoBIG, Japanese Lottery

by Ayumi Nakai
TotoBIG is the Japanese lottery that offers the biggest prizes. There’s no need to think, predict or make guesses. You just buy it!
9 Jun 2009      


by Ayumi Nakai
The bottle for the Japanese brand Fueki’s glue looks like a yellow dog wearing a red cap. It serves as a source of inspiration for creating all sorts of products.
1 Jun 2009      

Japanese Design Clip

by Ayumi Nakai
Shinbun Clip is a Japanese design. It’s a clip that holds the newspaper open so that it’s easier to read. It’s the perfect invention for rush hour train and subway rides.
25 May 2009      

Products Used to Discharge Static Electricity

by Ayumi Nakai
In Japan, there are a series of products available to help discharge static electricity: key chains, stickers, and even bracelets, so you’ll be protected 24-hours a day.
18 May 2009      

Cleaning Products for Your PC

by Ayumi Nakai
These fun tools shaped like animals and food products will keep your computer nice and clean.
14 May 2009      


by Ayumi Nakai
One thing that’s very popular in Japan is "intellectual education candy"; these are sweets that children must create for themselves. Popin'Cookin' it’s a toy that helps develop their creativity.
14 May 2009      

10min. (Ten Minutes)

by Ayumi Nakai
Jot down, stick, and organize your tasks using 10 min., a daily planner that has all the advantages of Post-it notes.
5 May 2009      

Very Cool Cell Phone Charms

by Marta Reig
Those miniature key chains that hang from cell phones are a huge hit in Japan and they’re available in all sorts of shapes: miniature pieces of sushi, bread rolls, robots...
21 Apr 2009      

Delicious Bath Salts

by Ayumi Nakai
Bath salts shaped like different foods are all the rage in Japan. These products will keep you entertained at bath time.
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