14 Famous Things Invented by the Japanese
The Japanese are some of the most creative people in the world. Take a quick look around you and won’t be surprised to find that many of the things that you use daily were invented by them. Below you’ll find 14 things that we bet you didn’t know were originally invented by the Japanese. 1.
13 Awesome Japanese Inventions That Help Make Life Easier
The Japanese are known to be some of the most creative people in the world and are famed for coming up with some truly ingenious inventions every now and then. History is replete with examples of the awesome things that were invented by the Japanese – from the bullet train to the cycle.
The Beautiful Japanese Art of Mending with Gold
This ancient Japanese art form has a beautiful and inspiring message. Kintsugi is an ancient art of mending broken pottery with gold, and its philosophy is that, by embracing flaws and imperfections, the artist creates an even stronger, more beautiful, and more unique piece of art.
Kamikatsu: The Incredible Japanese Town With No Waste
Japan’s amazing waste-free-town Kamikatsu is unique in so many ways. For the last 20 years, the residents of this remote town have led their lives by reusing, recycling, and reducing in an attempt to tackle the climate emergency and the plastic waste crisis.
I've Never Seen Houses As Strange As Japanese Ones!
I just love the way the Japanese think. They are so eccentric and creative, yet they also have an amazing work ethic and always get the job done.
The Brilliant Japanese Zip Bags!
The Brilliant Japanese Zip Bags! innovation, fashion A brilliant idea for handy bags!
Amazing Invention - From Wood to Electricity!
BioLite , a technology company specializing in unique and clean products, created a stove that makes cooking on wood as fast, clean and easy as petroleum fuels while generating electricity to keep your gadgets charged off-grid. You can hook your phone to charge while cooking outdoors!
This Japanese Artist Combines Painting and Sculpture...
Shintaro Ohata is a Japanese artist who has the knack of cleverly combining sculpture and canvas, creating unique effects. Ohata draws his inspiration from movies and everyday life and immerses the viewer in his 2D/3D work of art.
Beautiful Japanese Toys That Come With a Wish!
Temari balls are a form of Chinese and Japanese folk art in which small balls are embroidered with stunning patterns for play or decoration. Temari in Japanese means "hand ball", and originally these balls were designed to be used in hand ball games by children.
16 Things the Japanese Have and We Should Too!
Its stunning natural features, its high standard of living, and its unique traditions and architecture all combine to make this nation one that the entire world regards with esteem and admiration.
Japanese Dancers Already Ready for 2020!
One of many bids for performing on the 2020 Japanese olympics opening performances, here's is Enra's FUMA-KAI! Japanese Dancers Already Ready for 2020! performance, dance, Japan Japanese Dancers Getting Ready for Olympics!
Japanese Schools Are Special: 10 Reasons Why
10 Ways Japanese Schools Are Different travel How is it Japan is so special? Perhaps it is all down to their unique education system. Here are 10 amazing things about Japan's schools you never knew!
Why Is This Japanese Island Full of Rabbits?
The Japanese island of Okunoshima is inhabited almost exclusively by tame rabbits, and there are many legends and stories attempting to explain the origins of this very peculiar place.
A Night in a Japanese Cat Hotel
The Japanese cat hotel is a dream-come-true for many cat lovers. You get to sleep at a hotel full of cats, and even get to choose 2 to take to your room overnight. The cats are all super friendly, relaxed, and well trained so they love all the attention and cause no trouble.
This Quaint Japanese Village Appears To Be From a Fantasy
Shirakawa-gō is a small traditional Japanese village known for containing gassho-style houses (characterized by a thatched and steeply slanting roof), preserved in their original form since the 1800s.
These Japanese Truck Gardens Are Absolutely Stunning!
However, as these Japanese landscapers prove, anything is possible with a little creativity and imagination. The annual Kei Truck Garden Contest brings gardens to the people. Kei trucks are tiny flatbed trucks that are often used in the construction and landscaping industries.
12 Reasons Japanese Bathrooms Are the Best!
This little Japanese girl is going to surprise you, a lot. She'll do it by sweetly introducing you to her bathroom. A Japanese bathroom has has a lot of thought put into it, see some of the innovations and ideas they've come up with.
Japanese Artist Creates Masterpieces With Fruits & Veggies
Gaku, the talented mind and hands behind these incredible creations, practices a traditional Japanese art form of fruit and vegetable carving , Mukimono. The word translates literally to “stripped product”, and is named for the intricate patterns and designs inscribed on these delicious canvases .
Is a Traditional Japanese House Your Style?
A walk through a large traditional Japanese house with a beautiful garden in Tokyo. The Asakura House is located three minutes away from Daikanyama station (one stop from Shibuya).
Japanese Photographer Captures the Beauty of His Homeland
There is something magical about the serenity and uniqueness of the country. One of those who simply could not resist the allure of Japanese landscapes is Tokyo-based photographer Yuichi Yokota.
The Concrete Tent - Amazing Invention!
The Concrete Tent - Amazing Invention! video, science, invention, house, tent, canvas, concrete How to quickly construct a building made of concrete CANVAS
13 Quirky Vintage Inventions That Should Be Brought Back
With the rapid advancement of technology and the invention of cool and useful gadgets , our lives have only gotten easier. That being said, while we may laugh at some of the old inventions we see today, a lot of them can actually be still quite useful even now.
The Health Benefits of the Japanese Matcha Green Tea
Matcha’s unique production includes grinding the leaves into powder using grinding stones, which differs from traditional tea infusions that use whole leaves.
What the Japanese Thought of the First European Explorers
This video shows how Japanese historians described the first contact with Europeans, and it’s curious, to say the least!