I am a very lucky girl, and my friends are wonderful people! My best friend in Japan is especially wonderful, and knows me so well. This week I was literally squealing with delight (sorry neighbours!) at the birthday/Christmas box that arrived from Japan. Brace yourselves – this is a whole lotta kawaii…
Oooh… what could be in the Loft bag? Must be something kawaii!
Gorgeous Santa 3D Christmas card! Japan really does know how to do cards.
Christmas presents, including furikake and miso soup. Yum!
New Year decoration – a mini shimekazari (しめ飾り)
New Year decoration – Kagami mochi (鏡餅) with a maneki-neko (招き猫) on top
Beautiful Japanese birthday card!
Rilakkuma was in the Loft bag!!!
Waa! This is probably the cutest Rilakkuma toy I’ve ever seen! Santa Rilakkuma in a chimney!
“Heartful Happy Christmas!”
‘Rilakkuma’s Pie with Fruits Filling’ notebook and pen
Rilakkuma chocolates – they taste a bit like Melty Kiss
Rilakkuma eco-kairo (エコカイロ) – this is a hand warmer (kairo) that can be reused
Rilakkuma rubber – this will be very useful when I’m studying kanji next year!
Rilakkuma clips – too cute for work!
Rilakkuma stickers – kawaii!
Lovely Rilakkuma make-up bag from the ‘Pie & cakes’ range
So pretty inside!
ありがとう to my best friend in Japan! You’ve made me feel very happy and lucky with all these amazing gifts! (*^_^)v