Go Hatori

We try out a 100-yen store bowl designed for microwaving frozen udon noodles

This bowl went viral on Twitter…but for what?? We had to find out. 

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Crazy cheap cosplay at Daiso? How to transform into Dragon Ball’s Vegeta at the discount shop

This cosplay outfit is way UNDER 9,000 (yen)!

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Let’s make a giant soap bubble with Daiso’s Let’s Make a Giant Soap Bubble

Finally, a product that does what it says.

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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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We recreate the KFC-Kenya-exclusive Nyama Nyama Burger in Japan【SoraKitchen】

Double your pleasure, double your fun, with the great taste of a double-nyama bun.

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Our reporter devises the best way to beat the summer heat: by eating somen in an outdoor shower

Go devises his own, completely unique way to enjoy a classic summer meal, and named it: Jibun wo Nagashi Somen.

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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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Does the Shibuya Scramble Crossing overwhelm even Tokyo natives? We asked our reporters

No matter how long you’ve been in Tokyo, you’ve got to admit it is a lot of people.

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How to make a “curry rice bowl” using instant oatmeal instead of rice 【SoraKitchen】

This is the next big thing to add to your breakfast rotation menu.

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Put a unique twist on your oatmeal by turning it into some Japanese comfort food

Wheat-free Japanese pizza is just a recipe away!

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How to make no-rice “fried rice”【SoraKitchen】

Fried rice without rice might sound like fried nothing, but our chef shows that nothing is impossible.

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Testing out a Japanese rice cooker bag from a 100-yen store

Is this the next best thing to investing in an actual rice cooker?

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What happens when our reporters show up to work dressed like their fathers?

What could go wrong if we give our reporters free access to their dads’ closets?

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Daiso sells “emergency shelters,” and they have an amazing visual trick【Photos】

There’s a big surprise waiting inside this affordably premium-priced item from the 100 yen store chain.

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Our reporter’s faith in the Google gods is shaken by a dubious online purchase of a luxury watch

Is Google a god, or is it just as fallible as man?

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What to buy at Daiso’s new Standard Products store in Tokyo

Look out, Muji and Ikea — this 100-yen store chain is coming to steal your customers.

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Are 100 yen shop Daiso’s Japanese radish seeds worth your time? Let’s find out【Experiment】

Radical value from cheap radish sprouts?

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Let’s stick hot, cheap electronics near our eyes with Daiso’s heated eyelash curler!【Experiment】

Our resident 100 yen shop expert tries to become better-looking while still keeping his wallet beautifully full.

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We test Daiso’s new storage container to see if it keeps rice fluffy even after freezing

 

Does it live up to our exceedingly high expectations?

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Tour our Japanese-language reporter’s apartment, a wonderland of 100-yen trinkets

The best things in life are priceless, but the most useful things tend to only cost about 100 yen (US$0.90).

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