Just About 100 Yen! 23 Convenient & Creative Japanese Products
Today we have put together a list of creative Japan-made items that have been getting some attention recently. Most of which are super cheap, and can be purchased for only 100 yen. We hope you enjoy these items that are sure to make pesky everyday tasks a piece of cake. The products that are 100 yen can be purchased at Japanese 100 yen stores, such as Daiso and Can-Do.
1. Rice Roll Shaker (Furi Furi Nori-Maki)
2. Furi Furi Gohan/Rice Ball
3. Staple-less Stapler
The paper is punctured and bent in a way that allows papers to stay together without an actual staple.
4. Handy Sealer
5. Laundry Net
Helps keep certain garments separate within the machine, and will also make it so that your clothing will have less lint/hairballs at the end.
6. Lint Remover
Disposable heating pads. Winters necessity. Related: 7 Nostalgic Japanese Winter Gear
8. Ironing Glove
Just keep it right on the hanger. No need for an ironing board.
9. Kool Fever (Netsusama Sheet)
1 for about 50 yen
1 for 70-100 yen
The steam will soothe your tired eyes while sleeping.
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11. Sonic Hour
About 2,000 yen
Beer foam/head made up of fine bubbles can be created instantly using ultrasonic technology.
12. Friction Ball
13. Triple Pan
About 2000-2500 yen
14. Instant Cold Pack
A portable packet that cools instantly just with a quick snap. Great item to have for hot summer days.
15. Egg Piercer
Piercing a small hole in the eggshell before boiling it allows for an easier peel later.
16. Stainless Steel Soap
17. Apple Slicer
All you need to do to slice is place the device on top of the apple and push down. Voila!
18. OchiOchi-V (Melamine Sponge)
19. Drink Bottle
20. Coffee Spoon
Acts as a clip and measuring spoon.
21. Watering Caps/Spikes
22. Smartphone Stand & Speaker
23. Ramen in the Microwave — No Bowl Required
You can make perfect instant ramen in the microwave without a pot, and can even eat straight out of the container so there is no need for added dishes. Related: The Instant Ramen Museum and the Birth of Cup Noodles
See anything you may want to run out and buy?
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