Inside Yuki no Namida Hime looks like this… So pretty!
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Amada PP Dragon Ball Z Cards are packets of trading cards (directly competed with Bandai’s carddass cards) that used to be sold at dagashiya (traditional sweets shop for kids) and supermarkets in mid-1990s.
Today I found this pair of rarest of rare cards from Amada PP Dragon Ball Z Card Collection!
These cards are usually traded around 400,000JPY without the mount boards, but this item is fully complete with the original packaging and mount. Only 3,000 of them were made, and the only way you could get these cards were from finding lottery tickets in blind packets (if you happened to be lucky) to be eligible for a chance to win them.
The back of the mount board is very cool too.
Amada made total of 1,323 cards, numbered from No.1-1323, and these are No.889/900. To complete a collection of Amada PP Dragon Ball Z Cards, you need to have these cards, or otherwise it’s incomplete. Yes, this is a horrible nightmare for collectors but also very enticing!
Every prefecture/tourist destinations in Japan have their own local Gotochi Hello Kitty merchandises sold exclusively in the areas. They are cute and serve as perfect souvenirs for friends and families when visiting other prefectures (Some big cities in US have their Gotochi Kitty too!).
There are more than 1,500 kinds of Gotochi Hello Kitty out there. Among them, which Hello Kitty did best in sales in year 2012?
Let’s find out below!
10. Mount Fuji Fuji-chan Hello Kitty (Yamanashi Pref. exclusive)
These legless chairs made by Japanese furniture company Nitori created a big buzz on internet recently.
How can you not love it? It looks so… delicious!
When flattened, it looks even more comfy… (and totally a piece of bread)
It makes me want to eat breakfast on these chairs!
A slight variation to this product: Lightly Toasted Bread Chair
I just think it’s hilarious that they made a considerate decision to make a toasted version, in case someone prefers toasted bread over untoasted bread.
Also, speaking of bread, from Rakuten there are 4-piece toast cushion set for sale too.
Japan is a rice country, but evidently people love bread!
If you want to get any of the above items, Request Store Order from your Rinkya account (make sure you are logged in).
Just copy and paste Nitori URL (untoasted or toasted bread chair) or Rakuten URL (4-piece bread cushions) into our form, set quantity, and you are good to go!
You can use Request Store Order feature to order virtually anything in Japan outside of Yahoo Japan Auction.