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STRANGE JAPANESE PRODUCTS - FOOT POWERED HAIR DRYER - DRIES YOUR HAIR AS YOU WALK TO WORK!
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Here's 24 Funny Inventions You'll Probably Want To Buy Remember these 10 ridiculous Japanese inventions? You probably wouldn't buy any of them, expect for the pure novelty value. But today we thought we'd bring you 24 resourceful inventions that you might ACTUALLY want to buy.... maybe. How abo...
Better Than A Shovel: Toe Snow Plows | Incredible Things
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Chindogu: 14 Hilarious and Strange Japanese Inventions
Chindogu is the Japanese art of creating essentially useless inventions that could be used to solve basic everyday problems, but do so in a ridiculous way.
L'art du Chindogu, des créations géniales mais inutiles
L'art du Chindogu débarque en France. Le concept, imaginé dans les années 80 par le Japonais Kenji Kawakami, consiste à créer un objet pour répondre aux difficultés de la vie quotidienne, mais qui sont inutilisables. Mélange de dérision, d'humour et d'anarchie, ces inventions ratées ont été présentées à la Foire de Paris cette année.
Top 30 Wonderful Japanese Inventions That Were Commercially Failure(Gallery)
Japan is the land of rising sun and full of strange things. In 1980 a Japanese engineer named Kenji Kawakami invented the concept of Chindogu (unusual objects). He innovated and invented many useful tools but they did not succeed commercially. However, there is no doubt in the creativity and innovation of these objects.