This compact Sharp refrigerator adopts a bold design inspired by Japan. Although the fridge looks as though it should be able to open up from a number of its rectangular compartments, it opens from the top in a fairly conventional way. However, this appliance does have a few neat features that really make it stand out.
The MiYABi boasts 501 liters of storage capacity, plus a bacteria-killing plasma and reinforced glass paneling, which is resistant to those inevitable dings and scratches. To make the most of its tall, towering form, the freezer space on the bottom has three tiered drawers that pull out horizontally, plus a specific pull-out panel that's ideal for storing frozen goods like fish.
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