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Here’s a neat little solution for storing all those miscellanous things you keep in your pockets or that tend to lie around. Ideaco’s Cuppo is a cup designed to be attached to a wall or other vertical surfaces.

ピンもと:The Japan Times

Designs to liven up house and home

Storing frequently used plastic wrap and kitchen towels tidily can be made easier with Ideaco’s Wrap Holder and Kitchen Towel Dispenser. Both are magnetic and can be attached to a refrigerator or side of an oven — out of the way for the most part, but still within in easy reach.

CORGA bookmarks #japanesedesign

ピンもと:The Japan Times

Japanese design reveals all

Microworks takes old jars and bottles and sandblasts them with their original labels still attached. The exposed glass becomes opaque so that when the stickers are removed, they reveal clear windows.

lucano 3-step stool - METAPHYS #japanesedesign

ピンもと:The Japan Times

Staring at the bottom of the glass

Following the success of Tidy’s Magnet Keyper (a magnetic wooden block that attaches to metal surfaces and holds keys), the brand’s new Magnet Hook is a similar idea — except, of course, it’s a hook. Also wooden, it looks a bit like a door knob on which you can hang pretty much anything, though its size and shape makes it particularly well suited for umbrellas, hats and coats.

ピンもと:The Japan Times

Smarten up the work day

Giraffe’s new Work to Shop store in Tokyo’s Sendagaya area is now letting you do this yourself with a bespoke service. Starting from ¥15,000, you can design a unique tie by choosing fabric combinations, tie width and decorative motifs. You can also watch Giraffe ties being made by the on-site artisans.

ピンもと:The Japan Times

Get creative and join the competition

Newsed’s brightly colored recycled acrylic badges and car-seat-belt bow ties have already proved popular at museum shops and select stores, and this competition is one way the brand expands its unusual collection.

ピンもと:The Japan Times

Something old, something new, something blue

Cement Produce Design has created its own hanami (cherry-blossom viewing) season for its range of See Oh! Ribbon bookmarks.

ピンもと:The Family Handyman

DIY Toy Storage