This dish shows a Shinto shrine when you pour soy sauce on it.
“My and my husband’s wedding rings have each other’s fingerprints engraved on them.”
The wrapping of these chocolates makes them look like Brussels sprouts.
The surface of this pan makes hexagonal oil shapes.
A dome in this pond lets the fish go above the water level and look at the people around.
This picture is different in the mirror.
You can easily reach anything in this refrigerator thanks to its revolving shelves.
This hexagonal graph paper was specially designed for taking notes on organic chemistry. It looks very handy, doesn’t it?
This ball is actually honey and you can drop it into your tea.
The tires of these bikes have no air, and you don’t need to inflate them.
This plate has a painted fly as part of the design.
A chocolate bar that is divided into unequal pieces
These sanitary pads have curious facts printed on the other side.
You can keep this spoon on the mug without dipping it into the drink.
A Sudoku board that uses colors instead of numbers
This manhole cover is the Aztec sun stone.
This water bottle has a mountain as its logo and at the bottom.
Bottle caps that show coordinates of the best camping and fishing locations
This napkin perfectly matches the design of the plate.
This coffee is served with a cloud of “cotton candy” in a restaurant in Shanghai. The coffee vapor rises to dissolve the “cotton candy” and the cloud begins to rain with sugar over the coffee.
Cat car seat covers
All parents need to know the secret of preparing these carrot fish!
This Bluetooth shower column is powered by a micro-hydroelectric generator.
“My vocabulary book comes with a red filter to obscure the answers.”
The bathroom stalls here are hung from the ceiling to make the process of cleaning the floor easier.
The soap dispenser for this sink is a tiny sink.
This door is curved to accommodate the curved wall.
This pizza box has a handle in the middle to keep the pizza flat.
They make shoes from recycled gum in Amsterdam.
Bar stand and aquarium — 2 in 1
“My new sheets have tags identifying the long side and the short side.”
A kindergarten building in the shape of a cat
This painted sink is a real masterpiece. Don’t you agree?