14 Weird Things Sold In Japan

 
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matterdome- The're are a lot of weird items sold in the world everyday. But no where in the world are their more weird items up for sell than in Japan. Japan is a commercial oddity in the the world, and the following items will confirm that.

14 Weird Things Sold In Japan

Hizamakura, or Lap Pillow

The Hizamakura, priced at 8,980 yen (86 USD), is a life-size pillow in the shape of woman's hip and legs and is one of popular prize items for the Christmas and year-end parties.
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The Hayfever Hat

The Hayfever Hat is designed to dispense a continuous flow of paper to combat the incessant sneezing caused by the seasonal ailment. Weird but useful as well.

Funnel Glasses

These "funnel glasses" are designed to guide eye drops so that they never miss their mark. Very useful to the person who has to use eye drops all day long!


Pin Snooze Button Alarm Clock

An alarm clock with the 'snooze' button located in the middle of a bed of sharp pins designed to wake people up. And you certainly will be awaken once you hit the "snooze" button.

Green Tea Kit-Kat Bar

This weird version of the Kit-Kat bar is a popular item in Japan. As the name suggest, it is coated in a green-tea flavored shell.

The Geta

You may have seen these unusual shoes, but the Geta is a popular shoe in the land of the rising sun. Would you wear them?

The Condom Vending Machine

When you have the urge to do it and are too embarrassed to go into a store, just go to a vending machine the dispenses condoms! Could this be the reason for Japan's rapidly declining population?

The 'Cover-All' Umbrella

When a conventional umbrella just won't do, purchase yourself a "cover-all" umbrella. Not only will it protect your head, but everything around your body as well!

The Tie Conditioner

When it's hot in your office and you just need to cool down, just plug your tie to your laptop, and let the fan blow that cool air into your tie. You will be cool in no time!

'A Certain Scientific Railgun S Coin Bank

Forget the regular piggy bank! Go to Japan and get yourself "A Certain Scientific Railgun S" piggy bank, which is based off a popular anime series in that country.

Wide-Eyed Doe and Babies

There is something disturbing about this item, a doe with her babies on a leash. But than again, it is Japan, so anything is acceptable, right?

Netsulke

A Netsuke is a miniature sculpture that is meant to show off great artistic merit and express extraordinary craftsmanship.

Weird Favored Pepsi's

Would you drink a Salty Watermelon flavored Pepsi? Or how about a Yogurt flavored or Strawberry and milk flavored Pepsi?

Training Wheel Heel

For those that have trouble walking in heels, women in Japan had the "training wheel heel," a high heeled show with training wheels attached to the heel.


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