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Each week, we subtitle our selection of the most curious and amazing videos from Japanese television.

14 Jun 2010      

Kebito-san: Dwarf Dolls with Very Sensitive Hair.

by Ayumi Nakai
There are some very strange dwarf dolls in Japan. They’re called Kebito-san and they’re made by Takara Tomy.
5 Mar 2010      

The 'Potechi Hand': Keeps you from getting your hands dirty while eating potato chips

by Ayumi Nakai
If you're used to eating potato chips while working on the computer, but are too lazy to wipe off your grease-stained fingers, Takara Tomy's 'Potechi Hand' will put an end to your dilemma.
13 Jan 2010      

Mugen Tokoroten: Bandai’s Latest Infinite Toy

by Ayumi Nakai
Infinite Toys, Bandai’s collection of absurd playthings, strikes again with Tokoroten, a toy that imitates a little gadget used to make Japanese noodles.
11 Jan 2010      

Cute Choka Choka Tribe Dolls

by Ayumi Nakai
They’re small and come in strange shapes and eccentric colors, but they love to dance to the rhythm of the music... and they also love noise.
8 Oct 2009      

Bowlingual Voice, A Simultaneous Translator for Dog Barks

by Ayumi Nakai
Bowlingual Voice is a Japanese gadget that instantly translates dog barks into human language. Now you can finally talk with your dog!
6 Oct 2009      

Muscle March, a Wii game for "gym rats"

by Ayumi Nakai
Muscle March is a Wii game that reproduces a gym’s homoerotic environment. It’s out only in the Japanese market.
5 Oct 2009      

ClockMan, A Japanese Talking Clock

by Ayumi Nakai
This Japanese clock tells the time out loud. ClockMan has 4 different personalities, corresponding to blood types A, B, O and AB.
22 Sep 2009      

Ikemen Bank, A Moneybox That Helps You Save and Fall in Love

by Ayumi Nakai
Each time you put a coin in this moneybox, a cute guy starts flattering you. Experience an exciting virtual love story while you save money.
9 Sep 2009      

Aqua Dance and Aqua Drop

by Ayumi Nakai
These contraptions use nanotechnology to turn little drops of water into beautiful shapes that move as if they were alive.
19 Aug 2009      

Kururin Pao: Chinese Dumpling Maker

by Ayumi Nakai
You can use this Japanese machine to make delicious Chinese dumplings. It’s so easy and so much fun, you’ll want to eat dumpling every day.
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