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Each painting takes him two years to complete (and that’s working eight hours a day).
This office in Japan uses coloured pipes to communicate with each other. Pretty nifty idea, hey?
Take a peek at this Japanese artist’s epic (yet tiny) embroidery. Warning: may induce sudden cravings for ramen.
This block of sticky notes reveals a tiny architectural design as you gradually remove its sheets. Remarkable.
Say konnichiwa to these fascinating shots that manage to make Tokyo’s metropolis look teeny.
Here’s a lovely way to frame a tiny masterpiece – in an accordion-folding scroll.
Heels to befriend our feathered comrades.
This online gallery is a treasure trove of Japanese sweets, photographed lovingly for your eyeballs’ (and taste buds’) pleasure.
A Japanese designer wants to de-clutter the street, one poorly parked bicycle at a time.
What happens when you merge bonsai with dioramas? You get Bonrama (and a whole lot of tiny awesomeness).
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