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Ross Lovegrove's Bamboo Bike

Posted on April 16, 2009 Under Eco

Ross Lovegrove never ceases to amaze us with his serious industrial design talent. We assume that it's his knack for combining that which is visually stunning with an absurd amount of practicality that drew the folks at Biomega into his…

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Bumboo: Premium Bamboo Clothing

Posted on November 12, 2008 Under Fashion

We've reviewed our share of bamboo goods on this blog, but I think the T-shirts from Bumboo truly take the cake. Described as addictively comfortable (I can personally attest), the super lightweight shirts are made in the U.S. of A.…

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Kumiko Bamboo Shelf

Posted on April 7, 2008 Under Eco

Most wood shelving units aren't very flexible when it comes to storing your stuff; they're boxy and the shelves usually only fit things within one height range. Sometimes you have to cram things in sideways just so you can store…

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Free Bamboosa Shirts

Posted on July 7, 2005 Under Fashion

Fellow readers, I've got some great things in store for you this summer. To start, everyday for the next 30 days I'll be giving away shirts (both men and women's, any color, any size) from Bamboosa. Bamboosa has the softest…

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Posted on May 27, 2005 Under Life

In the eternal search for the softest t-shirt fabric in the world, I think I've struck gold. High grade cotton is good, but bamboo fiber? Hands down, the softest t-shirt I've ever felt, period. "Bamboo is the fastest growing plant…

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Bamboo Snowboard

Posted on January 18, 2005 Under Design

The Dutch based company Indigo Snow has introduced the worlds first bamboo snowboard. The board is super light weight and made mostly of wood except for its carbon fiber reinforced core for added strength. Hefty price tag at $1,220--but what…

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Tobira Onsen Myojinkan

Posted on October 16, 2012 Under Travel

Nestled away above Matusumoto city in the Nagano Prefecture of Japan, Tobira Onsen Myojinkan, or Myojinkan for short is one of the most unique Ryokan experiences I've had in Japan. Sitting high up in the "Alps of Japan" as many…

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The Story of Sushi

Posted on March 3, 2012 Under Food

The Story of Sushi from Bamboo Sushi on Vimeo. I really enjoyed this beautiful video about the Story of Sushi made for Bamboo Sushi in Portland, Oregon. The video was shot over 7 months using entirely 100% handcrafted miniatures. Bamboo…

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Yama No Chaya: Hakone, Japan

Posted on November 6, 2011 Under Travel

Anyone that knows me knows one of my favorite places in Japan is Hakone, the mountainous hot spring town outside of Tokyo. It's hard to explain why it's so special because on paper it just looks like a total tourist…

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Lung King Heen: Hong Kong

Posted on September 22, 2009 Under Travel

Asking a seasoned traveler for the name of a good Chinese restaurant is like searching online for a custom made shirt. With no chance to feel the hand of the fabric or compare that particular shade of blue you like…

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