100 yen store

Does this egg timer from Japanese 100-yen store Daiso really work?

We find out if this cute gadget is all it’s cracked up to be.

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100-yen shop furniture: we made a balloon bed you can actually sleep on for less than four bucks

Surprisingly simple and surprisingly durable.

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Which 100-yen shop product makes the best janky speaker? We test out 35 different items

Which one makes a better speaker — a fish bowl or a trash can? Let’s find out!

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Make soy sauce eggs in minutes with popular new Japanese product from Daiso

Easy-to-use item goes viral and sells out as everyone attests to its soy marinated egg perfection.

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This super-compact raincoat from one of Japan’s 100-yen stores can literally fit in your pocket

No more getting caught by surprise in the rain!

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We test out Daiso’s new sleeping bag to see if it can provide the ultimate comfort

Who needs high-end gear when you can go to a 100 yen store?

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What’s the best spoon for Japanese curry?【Photos】

Testing Japan’s curry spoons to see if they live up to the hype.

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We tried a smartphone cooling fan from a 100 yen shop to see if it really works【Photos】

We know Japanese 100 yen stores have some amazing things, but just how amazing?

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How to make an awesome Japanese summer dessert using only things you can buy at Daiso【SoraKitchen】

Summer sweets for cheap.

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Give your anime figures the epic backdrops they need with these awesome 100 yen shop photo sheets

Glorious backgrounds for your favorite characters even if the contents of your wallet are less than epic.

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The shit didn’t hit the fan, it IS the fan – Testing Daiso’s 100-yen Handy Poo Fan

Japan’s favorite 100 yen store poops out three adorable new turds.

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Daiso will help you warp your reflection with a psychedelic infinity mirror for under five bucks!

Japan’s economical provider of weird products does it again, with a battery powered infinity mirror light. Who doesn’t need one of those?

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3 things to consider before buying Daiso’s Light Up Poop Stick

Thinking about investing in an electric poop on a stick? Consult our buyer’s guide first!

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Let’s try out some paper “underwear for a travel” from the 100-yen store!

Go Hattori tastes the forbidden fruit of Japan’s rock-bottom-priced goods.

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Go Hatori turns his small Japanese apartment into a batting cage for only 500 yen

No foul play with this DIY experiment, just cheap fun.

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It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas with “artificial snow” powder from the 100-yen store

Just add water!

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We couldn’t believe it when we found a pair of extremely comfortable socks for only 100 yen

When was the last time you bought a pair of socks for only US$0.89?

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Possibly the most useless product in the world: The Plastic Bottle Bottom Cap

Even if you defend the concept of such a thing, you’ll find that this isn’t even a good plastic bottle bottom cap.

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We run a camellia oil-infused brush through our tresses and set them a-gleam, only spend 100 yen

Our in-house bargain beauty buff has found yet another method to upgrade his locks. How shiny can a 100-yen camellia oil brush make your hair?

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We plump up our perms with a “Fairy Hair Curler” from the 100 yen store!

In-house reporter Go Hattori bravely takes the plunge to see if this cheap product will fluff his curls up or leave them a floppy, flat mess.

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