This Japanese commuting bike mounts kids on the front and back ends of a bicycle, almost like biological bumpers.
All aboard the Math Homework Express!
Tatzu Nishi’s “Discovering Columbus” is mounted six stories up in Columbus Circle.
This swanky avian domicile can fit up to 78 finch families – and one human voyeur.
Toilet Tuesday checks in on the always-exciting Japanese bathroom scene.
A group of students recreate the country.
It's basically a giant hole in the ground, designed to withstand Japanese earthquakes.
We're calling B.S. on this fully armed, $1.3 million deathbot.
In the future, urban planners could lose their jobs to ultra-efficient slime molds.
There are skyscrapers. And then there are skypenetrators, like the X-Seed 4000.
The Japanese-designed gadget plays the offending speaker's words back to them in a highly irritating way.
Also, a Rhode Island community comes out against the "threat" of LED lighting and Bhutan outlaws cars from the road on Tuesdays.
This incredible penthouse might be out of your price range, but looking is free.
A Japanese company is marketing an English version of "Drop," a horror story by The Ring author that's printed on TP.
Our weekly look at the loos that matter.
According to new research, coastal forests greatly reduced the impact of the Japanese tsunami.
Also, the first protester is banned from the London Olympics; shameful Japanese bureaucrats can't drink alcohol for a month; a California city outlaws charity.
Wartime cartography shows how U.S. bombing of Japan shifted from military targets to cities in general.
That's the word that Japanese artist Genpei Akasegawa has assigned to doors leading nowhere and driveways blocked by fences.