Ghibli in a Bottle?
These miniature models bear a striking resemblance to Ghibli's 'Laputa: Castle in the Sky' or the island of Merveille from 'One Piece.'
10 Stealthy Ninja Tools You Haven't Heard Of
Other than the classic ninja star, or shuriken as it's known in Japan, there were many tools ninja kept on-hand to thwart their enemies—and some of them will surprise you!
Explore This Tiny Ninja House
Sometimes hamster wheels aren't enough for our tiny rodent pets, so one YouTuber created a ninja house for hamsters, filled with escape panels and hidden floors.
Palm-Sized Japanese Buildings & Furniture
Smaller than a thumbnail, but with tons of detail, these miniature dioramas would be perfect for Ghibli's Arrietty!
Tools with a Happy Twist
Yuma Kano wants to cover the world with smiley-faced screws.
A Goth's Dream Doll
These porcelain figures would no doubt have been the go-to dolls for Emily Strange.
Deck Out Your Living Room with these 7 Items
Enjoy these wonderful items that will give your living room a Japanese feel.
3 Top-of-the-Line Kokeshi Dolls
Kokeshi are traditional Japanese dolls expertly carved from wood. You’ve probably seen them around Japan, and after reading this article, you may want to start your own collection!
Top 10 Coolest Things in The Wonder 500™
All About Japan's top 10 coolest items in The Wonder 500™.
Netsuke: Ancient Pocket Charms from Edo Japan
Take a look inside the beautiful and historical world of Japanese 'netsuke.'
Akiu Crafts Park in Miyagi
Get a hands-on experience with nine different tradition crafts from Miyagi Prefecture.
Dive Into Ainu Culture
Discover the culture and traditions of the Ainu as we take an in-depth look into one of Japan's largest indigenous populations.
Art Student Creates a 'Plock'
Tick tock, what's a plock? Check out this hand-carved wooden clock that has over 400 moving pieces!
Beautifully Crafted 'Sakura' Glasses
With a bit of condensation, these gorgeous glasses will leave a 'sakura' outline wherever you choose to set your glass.
Ukiyo-e Inspired Cutely Gothic Charms
Part adorable, part gruesome, these charms embody the works of one of the most influential ukiyo-e artist of all time.
Japanese Porcelain Prized by Chefs Overseas
With a 400-year tradition, Arita is the oldest among Japan's various porcelain-making regions, and Arita porcelain exported to Europe in the 17th century had a strong influence on what would become Germany's Meissen porcelain brand.
Beautiful Japanese Calligraphy on Jewelry
What better way to show someone you care about them than with accessories that outline Japanese words expressing gratitude or love?
7 Toy Winners of the Good Design Award
Take a look at seven extraordinary award-winning toys that deserved design certification.
Innovations in Japan Blue
'Ai' indigo dye, known as Japan Blue, has been in use since the year 1500, with new applications continuously being innovated over time.
'Kanpai' with Gundam Sake Cups
Why settle for a regular ceramic sake cups when you can sip from the head of a Gundam robot?