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Star Wars Japanese Dish Sets

Are you a big fan of Star Wars? If yes, these dish sets are for you! The available collections include 9 small Star Wars dishes, a pair of Star Wars noodle bowls, or 4 Star Wars soba bowls. Each set comes beautifully packaged in a wooden or black cardboard box, perfect for gift giving or safe storage. While created in a distinctly Japanese aesthetic in shades of white and blue, the delicate porcelain dishes feature some of the most iconic Star Wars characters, including Darth Vader, R2-D2, C-3PO, and Storm Troopers. It’s this juxtaposition that makes them truly special....

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Shiseido Enters the IoT Game

Japan’s largest cosmetics company is going high-tech with a beta test of a new device that offers real-time personalized skincare products. Called Optune, the system involves both a dedicated smartphone app and a special machine, which work in tandem to offer the most optimal skincare for each individual at any given time. Users start by using their phone to take a photo of their skin, which is then analyzed by the app. Other factors such as the customer’s mood at the time, the temperature and humidity, and the user’s menstrual cycle are also input into a unique algorithm that...

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N. Hoolywood iPhone Case Boosts Your Wi-Fi Signal

Gone are the days where you have to worry about buffering videos and webpages that take forever to load. Slow Wi-Fi is now a thing of the past since the Linkase iPhone 7 case helps solve the issue. We all need a phone case to protect our device, but not all cases have the added ability to actually boost your Wi-Fi speed. The Linkase Clear includes a built-in Wi-Fi EMW antenna, which gives you speeds up to 10 times faster than normal. The lightweight case designed by popular Japanese men’s brand N. Hoolywood features a sleek, minimalist design that...

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Super Mario Stamps Infiltrates Japan’s Post Office

Super Mario is loved by millions of people across the globe, and his appeal crosses generations. The character first appeared in the Nintendo game Donkey Kong 36 years ago! Many children have grown up with Super Mario, and they are now passing on their love to their kids. The plumber is still so popular that even Japan’s prime minister dressed as him when making his entrance at the Rio Olympics. Now the Mushroom Kingdom is expanding all across Japan via the country’s postal service. Super Mario joins other iconic characters with the honor of having his own series of...

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Bring Studio Ghibli to Your Kitchen with a No Face Soy Sauce Bottle and Rice Scoop

Anime and Studio Ghibli fans can now bring a little of their passion into their cooking, with new kitchen accessories featuring the character No Face from the hit film Spirited Away. We can always count on Ghibli characters to add some thrill to our lives, and now this mysterious character can dispense soy sauce to our families. No Face, the peculiar character who feeds on emotions, will pour out soy sauce from his hands. The Ghibli soy sauce bottle is made of porcelain and silicon and will sure to be a conversation started along guests and family members. Round...

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