I always knew that Japanese are really weird people: their obsession with high technologies, freaky fashion, mysterious culture etc. But now I add one more item on this list: Japan is a motherland of the most bizarre products! It’s hard to imagine that shops really sell all these strange, wacky things, but believe me – they do! Post Via Oddee.com
1. Girlfriend’s lap pillow
A pillow imitating a woman’s legs made from urethane foam.
2. Milk + Beer = Bilk
The idea for the drink was conceived after dairy firms threw out a huge amount of surplus milk in March last year. The son of the manager of a liquor store in Nakashibetsu, whose main industry is dairy farming, suggested the idea of producing the milk beer to local brewery Abashiri Beer. So there you go, a milk beer!
3. Diet Water
“All the flavor of regular water but only half the calories”.. How did they find calories in usual mineral water?
4. Vitamins for Gamers
Can’t concentrate on your Wii? Pop a pill!
5. Basashi Icecream
A dessert made from… horse meat! The company that makes it is known for its unusual ice cream flavours, many of which have limited popularity.
6. The Candy That Makes You Horny
That’s the actual name of this Lollipop package. It tastes like flavored condoms
7. Mother’s Milk
Milk that tastes just like your mother’s…
8. Bust Up Gum: grow those breasts!
according to B2UP, the special ingredients, “extracts from the Pueraria mirifica (Kwao Krua) plant, makes a woman’s breasts grow as well as improving their shape and tone.”
9. Rapidly Expanding Mysterious Balloon
It says “Squeeze! The swan’s head pops out!! Be the king of the party with this towering swan! Materials for connecting not included”.
10. Fresh Air Mask
What better way to relax after a hard day at work than by sucking in some fresh air from your favorite plant?
Do you also plan to launch production of some unusual products? Or maybe you came up with idea of interesting new service? Don’t waist your time promoting it in US or Europe, start a small business in Japan and success is guaranteed!
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