Japan’s Zoo Jeans are created with fabric that’s pre-ripped and chewed by dangerous animals before being fashioned into a pair of trousers.
LiquorOFF accepts and resells donors’ unwanted spirits, beers and wines, helping consumers to save money on alcohol.
Fast Retailing Co’s GU Fitting service enables visitors to take clothes away for an entire day before returning to give them back or pay.
ReShare taps human volunteers to create translations of the day’s most popular news articles into multiple languages.
Japanese company KeyValue has created the Smart Cushion to help consumers or offices keep track of their inactivity, or businesses to detect the crowdedness of their premises.
Japanese design group Nendo has now created its magne-hinge spectacles, which use magnetic hinges to enable wearers to easily swap out the arms as they please.
Japan’s Turtle Taxi gives passengers the option to ride slowly to enjoy a more relaxing journey while also helping the environment.
Nissan Europe has developed a version of its Note MPV with a special coating that repels mud, rain, oil and dirt.
Japan’s Shitsuren Box — which translates as Break Up Box — aims to soothe recipients’ broken hearts while also supporting pregnant women in developing countries.
Currently seeking funding on Kickstarter, Japan’s Moff is a smart bracelet that lets kids use any object as a toy in a number of imagination-based smartphone games.