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Mother's Milk Is Celebrity Soapmaker's Not So Secret Ingredient

Mother's milk? In my soap? It's more likely than you think, thanks to Japanese actress Asaka Seto. The pretty celebrity, blogger and new mother recently posted her step-by-step recipe for homemade Human Milk Soap.

Iron Maiden Bench? Excellent!... Unless You're Short On Cash

This prickly park bench by design student Fabian Brunsing is a real pain in the butt... unless you pay first.

iPhone, iPod and iPad Get A Stylish Stylus - The iFinger!

Apple's trendy iPhone, iPod and iPad may be finger friendly but scratches and fingerprints are so uncouth. The 'Ozaki iFinger M' stylus pen aims to add functionality with a dash of flair.

Woody Woodpecker Would Be Jealous Of This Wooden Art

German artist Gehard Demetz creates beautifully odd sculptures out of wood.

Frame Napkin Shows Off Your Good Taste

The "Frame Napkin" from Japan's Kyouei Design allows one to make a mess in the mess hall, then hang the results on the mess hall wall.

Subway Sandwich Japan Says 'Eat Fresher' With Lettuce Grown In The Store

Subway Sandwich's motto is "Eat Fresh" and in Japan they really mean it: the fast food powerhouse's new Tokyo location offers fresh hydroponic lettuce grown right in the store!

Watching Your Weight? So's This Scale... With Eyes

Doing the dreaded morning weight check just got a whole lot creepier, thanks to a bathroom scale that silently stares you down while looking you up.

Schools Shell Out For Environmentally Friendly, Dustless Chalk

Chalk it up to environmental awareness plus the desire to improve the performance of blackboard chalk in computer classrooms. Either way, this new dustless chalk from Japan is worth shelling out for.

WikiReader Portable Wikipedia Viewer Provides Knowledge On The Go

Have knowledge, will travel? WikiReader's upcoming Japanese version will put Tokyo tourists in the know, wherever they go.

Reverse Hourglass Tells You When Time's Up

Ever wish you could turn back time? Well you can't, but you (and your Uncle Rico) CAN have an hourglass that appears to run in reverse.