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Kracie Sushi Party
Edible Sushi Gummy

Last weekend, The Hamilton Hamster Family from the Sylvanian Families neighbourhood enjoyed a cozy family sushi dinner. They ate the traditional Japanese way – sitting down on the floor. The sushi on their table are not toys – they are edible gummy candy made to look like sushi.  The sushi were made from popular Japanese series of edible gummy (grape flavored jello/gummy/soft candy) kit: Kracie Popin’ Cookin’ Candy Sushi. The product do not contain artificial colours and the gummies are candy flavoured.

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Meiji Twinkle Chocolate Eggs

by her on March 5, 2012

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Meiji Chocolate Egg Nest
Meiji Twinkle Chocolate Eggs

Easter is just around the corner (8 April 2012), and I thought I will give this much neglected blog a new post to rejuvenate it. (Side note: This is his blog, I am just a guest poster, but I ended up posting more than him out of boredom and a need to photograph something hehe). A while ago, I saw a pack of meiji twinkle chocolate eggs, and it brings back fond memories of childhood. And I thought they are just the right size (very small) for a fun little Easter eggs nest photo shoot too.

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Toy Shopping in Hong Kong

by him on October 23, 2011

in Hong Kong, Toy Shop

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Hong Kong is a shoppers’ paradise for toy lovers. Most of the toy shops are located in the Mong Kok district and that’s where I always stay when I visit Hong Kong. I have also included a short writeup on the toy street in Wan Chai district. Here’s a look at the malls I frequent for my Hot Toys, NECA, Figma, Nendoroid, Revoltech, gashapons and candy toys.

Mong Kok District

Richmond Shopping Arcade (皆旺商場)

Richmond Shopping Arcade

This is my favourite mall. It is located just outside the busy heart of Mong Kok on Argyle Street. If you walk past this building without knowing beforehand that it has 4 floors of toy shops, you will probably not enter it due to the nondescript facade. A stairway leading to the basement, an upriding escalator and another stairway that links to the upper floors are all you see at the entrance. No fancy window displays or toy advertisements outside. Inside, Richmond has plenty to offer in terms of 1/6 figures, Transformers, NECA, Mcfarlane, Figma, Nendoroid and Revoltech. I got all my NECA toys from here. Don’t forget to visit the basement as the stairways is not directly linked to the upper floors. Thanks to this site for the recommendation.

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