Here you have five super kawaii Japanese cat fashion accessories you’re going to love. As you know, Japanese are unique in creating super cute fashion items related to cats. In Creema you can find tons of them! However we’ve chosen five for you to enjoy. We start with these super cute kitty bottoms ear jacks. They’re pretty unique and unusual, but certainly you’re going to rock your natural style hard if you get one set of these.
Yet another internet-famous kitten has been found on Twitter! A Japanese Twitter account @mhiro_2009 started posting updates on the progress of a newborn kitten’s weight. She was born in late May, introduced to the world by Momiji, the mom cat. She’s a beautiful kitten first of all, but adding to that, the way she gets her weight measured is just adorable.
Akiyoshidai Safari Land in Yamaguchi Prefecture delivered a baby of a red panda (also known as lesser panda) in August this year. Now the baby has grown enough to be shown to the visitors. The safari park also has a cafe inside where you can watch red pandas and enjoy a special “red panda curry.”
Sylvanian Families is a line of animal figures and dollhouses originally sold by Epoch in 1980’s. Later it was distributed and became widely popular worldwide. I’m sure you’ve seen the adorable critters made of flocked plastic living in traditional western-style housings.
By just adding a single piece of garment, Sylvanian Families suddenly turn into exciting (possibly drunken) Japanese matsuri (festival) participants. They give us totally different impressions than when they are in their usual, western-tyle outfits that we are all familiar with.
“Is this where the party’s going on?”
Bunny Cop: “Where is the party!?”
“Everyone here? Let’s wait for the village chief and start the fundoshi festival!”
Beavers: “Can’t hear your voice! Louder!”
“My underwear’s ripped! I have too much energy.”
(And a very drunk mole passed out on the sidewalk…)
“My family only has one grown man who can participate in the matsuri. Good luck Dad!”
Duck Mom: “Wh…who are you? Why are you in my house!?”
Ducklings: “Whoa… you guys are so cool!”
“You two should get ready after the supper too!”
Beaver: “Are you ready for matsuri?”
“Fundoshi matsuri is all over Twitter!”
“Fundoshi is…so romantic.”
“Hahaha, you just found that out?”
“Here comes the mikoshi!”
*Mikoshi is a portable Shinto shrine that four selected men (or women sometimes) carry to parade around the town during a matsuri.
Bring Doraemon to everywhere this summer!
This Doraemon Portable Drink Cooler/Warmer is perfect for camping, outdoor activities, parties, concerts…No matter where you go, he’ll keep your drink nice and cold for you (or warm for you in winter)!
The item is a special gift given out by Art Moving Center to their customers. Thus, you can’t find it on regular market.
Doraemon Portable Drink Cooler
As you can see, the front cover opens up, and there’s just enough space for four 500ml bottles of beverage inside.
It also has a collapsible handle on the top for easy transportation.
You can plug it into either a regular electric outlet at home, or to a 12V cigarette lighter socket in your car. Therefore, you don’t have to worry about the battery when your are driving with Doraemon. It can cool your drink or keep your drinks warm. Or maybe pack some lunch in it, keep the food warm! The control switches are located at his foot.