Quirky ideas rule at Eco-Products 2011 (photos)
Aside from Sony's battery powered by shredded paper, there were plenty of quirky products and ideas on display at the recent Eco-Products 2011 in Tokyo.
Fumitate Matsuoka from Tokyo-based Kurumaya, one of the few rickshaw makers left in Japan, poses with the latest model. It has a lightweight aluminum frame and a design featuring the new Tokyo Sky Tree, a tower that opens in 2012. It seats three and carries a price tag of 2,100,000 yen ($26,900).
December 24, 2011 4:24 PM PST
Photo by: Tim Hornyak/CNET
| Caption by: Tim Hornyak
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