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We conveniently throw away tissue boxes after use, but as these Japanese shown in this article, there are ways to reuse these boxes to help save our earth.
Keeping Scrapbook Stuff
Here's one for the girls.
Keep your clothes nicely separated.
A otaku on a budget will probably find this useful. After all, if you need to spend money on good cards, you probably can't spare any for a nice container for them.
And with the high rate of manga reading in Japan, it's no wonder that the most effective and common use of these tissue boxes is to group and organize their beloved paperbacks.
Boxes too big? Try cutting it into half, it will give you perfectly partitioned stands for stuff like postcards.
And with a little effort, you can do much more things with them.
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