Invisible Japanese Refrigerator

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This refrigerator is one of many new home electronics displayed at National Electronics' Invention Station in Tokyo, a new campaign hosted by three pretty Japanese anchorwomen. It not only displays all your gastronomical delights for everyone to see, but also has a super-low bottom shelf for easy in-and-out of heavy items, and fits more stuff than your fat uncle's belly.

Transparent washing machine and air conditioner pics after the jump.

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I agree, they would be hard to keep clean, and really, really prone to scratches. At least with my regular old steel fridge I can touch up nicks and dings. The insides of those would be a mess after about a week of use.

Unless they're tempered glass, which wouldn't scratch, but would weigh a ton.