With more than a century of craftsmanship behind the creation of each little glass, these are some of the most exclusive and expensive items in the Starbucks range.
We’d offer it a tissue, if we weren’t also kind of scared of it.
From well-known anime characters to traditional Japanese imagery, this artist creates an astonishing amount of detail with card and a paper cutter.
Contribute to the cause and keep a centuries-old tradition alive on the streets by wearing 450 years of history on your feet.
If you have trouble keeping plants alive, these are the bonsai for you.
We’ll show you how to put on a dolphin show without having to jump through hoops.
Looking for a classy way to stay cool this summer? If so, we have the perfect fan for you…but you’re going to need a very full bank account!
Isn’t this the sort of crucial skill we all should have?
Centuries-old earthenware plate gets a special assist from a kitty in becoming an ultra-rare, ultra-cute antique.
Japan has been turning cute, cuddly animals into terrifying monsters since…always.
With both adult and kid sizes available, samurai of all ages will be ready for cardboard battle.
This unusual teapot-shaped bag is creating quite a stir in Japan.
A few dollars and a handful of materials are all you need to make your very own lightsaber—and this crafty father shows us how!
Who doesn’t love beer and edamame? But you can’t eat or drink these … because they’re candles!
It’s simple, eco-friendly and takes its cues from nature when keeping your house from getting too dry.
Shift from folding paper to folding cloth to create beautiful hair ornaments, earrings, and decorations for any occasion.
Forget Pac-Man fever, it’s time for Pac-Man fashion!
This beautiful grandmother shows the world there’s no age limit when it comes to having fun.
Christmas is over, but that doesn’t mean the magic of the season can’t live on. Check out these amazing snow globe accessories trending on Twitter!
At one time, nearly all of the 270 households in the village of Shawo would have been engaged in woodcraft, but today just six elderly men know the old techniques. Luckily, a younger generation is taking steps to ensure that the craft does not die out.