Japanese designer creates a way to stay safe in the office during an earthquake.
Japanese aquarium creator Hidetomo Kimura produced a number of unique and decorative designs for an art exhibition.
The concept gadget has a motorized wheel base and uses a Kinect to track the trajectory of what is thrown so it can catch it.
Hideyuki Kumagai's design is made of paper that turns green if it's warm, yellow if it's hot, and brown if it's cold.
A rental apartment complex in Japan has been built specifically for motorcycle enthusiasts.
I&S BBDO Tokyo create patterned nori (seaweed) for Umino Seaweed, to help boost revenue after the Japanese tsunami.
Nendo designed a souvenir product for the Cup Noodle Museum in Japan.
This unique fan-less design lets you adjust the direction and angle of the cool breeze.