Even just as digital scales, the Tanita Ukiyoe Woodblock Print Digital Health Meter is great: it is small enough (33 x 244 x 200 mm, 1.2 x 8.8 x 7.8") to fit in pretty much any bathroom but large enough to accommodate any size of feet and calculates any weight up to 150 kg (330 lbs) in increments of 100 g (3.5 oz) for the first 100 kg (220 lbs) and in 200 g (7 oz) increments for the rest. And it does that with precision any time you step on it, needing only two basic household AA batteries.
But what makes it the best choice for any Japan fan's home is the meter's face: it comes in two variations, both featuring one of most recognizable images of Edo-period (1600-1863) art - the ukiyoe-style woodblock prints "Red Fuji" (or "Fine Wind, Clear Morning") and "Great Wave off Kanagawa" by landscape master Katsushika Hokusai. Both prints are amazing images of Japan's iconic mountain, making the Tanita Ukiyoe Woodblock Print Digital Health Meter a perfect example of how form and function in Japan go hand in hand in ways nobody else would think possible!
The Tanita Ukiyoe Woodblock Print Digital Health Meter features: