100 yen shops have it all, including what you need to make your own customizable bath bomb!
Follow this simple step-by-step guide to disobey the laws of physics.
No more sticky hands or melted puddles necessary.
The story behind this traditional Japanese knife makes the dramatic restoration even more satisfying.
In one day, this artist adds years to this phone case.
From trash to treasure-keeper: You can learn how to make a candy bag pouch too.
These are the best “wrong” way to use those 100-yen purchases.
Perfect for cosplay, or for when you want them muscles without the work.
Just because your jeans don’t fit anymore doesn’t mean they belong in the trash!
A “really ordinary person from Australia” attempts to become famous in Japan and is making a film about it.
The DIY project, complete with an embedded graphics tablet, is inspiring digital illustrators everywhere.
Never lose grip of your fan again with this simple how-to samurai guide
The final result puts all other dog houses to shame due to sheer shopping ingenuity.
Having trouble playing the game with one hand holding onto your umbrella? Now we’ll show you how to stay dry while keeping both hands free for catching Pokémon!
Arms tired from holding your smartphone in front of you all day? We’ll show you how to make this ingenious “Poké-Han“ mobile gaming accessory!
German-born Tokyo designer Anji Salz wows with this home-made Space Invaders kimono, and she’ll show you how to make your very own, too!
Over at YouTube channel AWE me, the men and women at Man at Arms recreate a realistic replica of Voltron’s Flaming Sword, because, uh… Why wouldn’t you?
Sub-meter decorative swords just not cutting it for you? Try this method for legendary blades of up to 1.82 meters (6 feet) that won’t slice into your budget too much.
Can you guess what’s underneath the plastic bucket at the end of all that aluminium tubing?