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Fridgeezoo Fridge Pets are Cool and Environmentally Friendly

Looking for a cool, low-maintenance pet that costs nothing to feed and just might save the planet? Well step right up, Fridgeezoo Fridge Pets from Japan are just what you've been looking for!

Wooden Spatula Fish from Japan Stirs You with a Smile

Looking to add a smile to drab kitchen drudgery? Pick up a Sakana Kibera (さかなの木べら), literally “Wooden Spatula Fish,” and I dare you not to grin right along with it.

'Moderate Diet' Bowl Fools Your Eyes, Slims Your Waist

The 'Moderate Diet' Bowl from Japan's Sunart features a raised bottom that imparts the illusion of a rice bowl heaping with tasty goodness! When you reach the bottom of the bowl all-too-soon, however, you might feel full though you actually ate less.

Cup Noodle Celebrates 40 Years of Quick & Easy Meals

Amen to ramen! You don't have to be a Flying Spaghetti Monster to appreciate the impact Japan's iconic Cup Noodle has had on the world's eating habits over the past 40 years. Now an "election" organized by Nissin, manufacturer of Cup Noodle, is being held to find ramen-lovers' fave Cup Noodle flavor.

Steam Train Humidifier Keeps Air Moist, Friends Amused

A PET bottle humidifier with a body shaped like a steam train: obvious or what? Get one before dry, stagnant air makes you go achoo-choo-choo!

Hiroshima's Atomic Bomb Dome Makes Google Street View

Nothing interesting on your street? Google begs to differ... if you live on a certain street in Hiroshima, that is. The Japanese city's iconic 'Atomic Dome' is the latest well-known address to make the leap to Google Street View.

Save Power with Online Energy Conservation Game '#denkimeter'

Imagine being able to harness the collective power of the world's electronic gaming community to enact positive social change and effect energy conservation. Something like that is happening in Japan, where a game called “#denkimeter” has 'Net denizens tweeting their home electric meter readings and competing to see who can save the most power.

What Have You Been Up To? - Find Out With Daytum

Daytum charts everything and anything about your life.

Membo Helps You Keep Tabs On The Basics

While it wouldn’t help in every situation, the Membo by Dreamfarm is a fairly simple concept that could really help with remembering some of the everyday routine stuff that tends to slip your mind when you’re busy.

You Are Where You Eat - The Food Freedom Movement Gains Traction

Three towns in Maine have passed Food Freedom legislation that overrides federal government interference in local food production.