Here are some of the best useless, crazy and bizarre inventions of the Japanese, also called The Chindogu (stupid inventions, without bringing any offence to the inventors). To top it off, there is also a society, The Chindogu Society to be more exact which monitors these inventions quite stiffly as they must meet certain criteria: to be as useless as possible and for daily use. See any logic here? Well, you don’t really have to. Just enjoy!
Welcome to Japan Bra – Made by Triumph lingerie, this bra offers you a Welcome to Japan message in English, Chinese or Korean!
The 10-in-1 Gardening Tool – in fact a giant Swiss army knife containing instead of the usual: a rake, a pickaxe, a shovel…among other things! Want to break your back? Use it!
Cuddle pillows – men get a pair of legs to take a nap on, while convincing themselves they have a girlfriend, and women get half of a torso with an arm to cuddle and/or a shoulder to cry on. Genius!
Daddy nurser – well yes, this is possible now. And while some women suffer from penis envy, there are men who suffer from breast envy. Not anymore! These strap breasts will solve the problem.
Hair ego booster – bald men will not get depressed when looking in the mirror anymore as they will see a full head of hair staring back at them.
Hay fever hat – well, not actually a hat…but rather a handy source of tissues. Still looks like you’re wearing a toilet paper support on your head, with an actual toilet paper in it!
Duster slippers – whatever you have crawling in your house, a dog, a cat or even your toddler…attach these duster slippers and you floors will look like never before!
Butter stick – Butter too hard to spread or does it take too long to melt? No worries. Use the new Pritt Stick for butter. Enough said.
Subway sleepers – You will never have to worry about dozing off on the tube and waking up at the last stop not knowing how to get home. These helmets are quite comfortable and are completed with a label so fellow passenger
Personal rain saver – an upside down umbrella designed (or not) to collect raindrops, so you can have a fresh drink on your way home. Ridiculous or clever?