Bonsai is a Japanese art form using miniature trees grown in containers. Originated in China then redeveloped under the influence of Japanese Zen Buddhism, the history of Bonsai can be date back over a thousand years. The purposes of bonsai are primarily contemplation (for the viewer) and the pleasant exercise of effort and ingenuity (for the grower). Although, it is a delicate and time-consuming process to take care of a bonsai, there are many benefits to have one at home: They look beautiful, and moreover the process of taking care of them encourage patience and dedication, help to relieve stress and purify the air. Although we can’t show you the rest of the benefits of having a bonsai at home, but you can at least show you how beautiful they can be.
Sushi Burger, an interesting fusion of American staple and classic Japanese cuisine is usually made of sticky rice (replacing the burger bun) and layers of fish, avocado and salad vegetables. It puts a hearty, handheld twist on a traditionally dainty delicacy. Follow the footsteps of other viral culinary cross-breeds like the ramen burger and the sushi burrito, sushi Berger is considered as a more substantial (and more Instagrammable) cousin to a standard sashimi or maki roll. More and more chefs and foodies start to explore the possibility of this edible amalgamation. And here we have some mouthwatering example from internet.
This sushi burger incorporates raw salmon, smoked bacon, salmon eggs, and a sauce with mint, basil, garlic, and yogurt, plus a sprinkle of black sesame, basil leaves, and balsamic cream.
What first comes into your mind when you hear dehumidifier? Some ugly boxes or grey/white machines? No matter what they are, none of those are going to add to your home’s beautiful interior! However, the Natural Dehumidifier/Water Bowl – winner from 2015 Reddot award, is designed to blend in with your style if not add to it. These colorful minimalist blows look like another piece of tableware on your shelf or counter-top and quietly reduces the amount of water vapor in your kitchen – the most humid spots in the house. Of course, these little guys can actually be placed elsewhere, it just looks like a decorative object, providing a pop of color and dehumidifying functionality wherever it goes! Moreover, unlike conventional disposable dehumidifying agents, the natural dehumidifier harmless to the human body and heat-resistant – and therefore, simply dry each one for 2 to 3 minutes in a microwave oven, or 1-2 days in the sunlight, you can start reuse it. Pretty cool right?
Probably in every little girl’s heart, there is a dream that they are fairies with beautiful butterfly wings. This childhood dream might come true with the beautiful and realistic muslin scarves designed by Alassie. These gorgeous scarves have various butterfly wing patterns, their light weight and transparent looking makes them exactly like the enlargered versions of real butterfly wings. Moreover, they also have wire inside the front of the wing, so is easy to move and use them for dance.