To save its lone customers from the awkward perils of solo dining, The Moomin House Cafe kindly seats diners with stuffed animal companions called Moomins, a family of white hippo-like characters created by Finnish illustrator and writer Tove Jansson.
KEEP IT MOOMIN
#109 Koffing, the Poison Gas Pokémon.
Now available and READY TO SHIP!
I gave this chubby guy two gas craters to look like his hands. :}
Jellyfish - Fluffy white bread with white chocolate center
Crab - Sweet bun with custard filling
Dolphin - Fluffy white bread with chocolate center
Clownfish - Has 3 rings that is made of cookie dough (with lots of milk and butter)
Harbor seal - Fluffy white bread with chocolate center
Salamander - Thick chocolate cream filling
Frog - Sweet matcha bread
Turtle - Biscuit with matcha/green tea cookie dough shell
(There’s also melon- and cocoa-flavored variations of the turtle bread)
Remember those outrageously cute Banana Bird capsule toys we posted about a couple week ago? Meet their kawaii canine counterparts: Bread Dogs. Bandai created this adorable new series of Gashapon toys, which is actually their fifth series of Doggy Bread figures to date. (Click here to view them all)
This new Anicolla series features six different, but equally darling dogs who’ve found themselves wearing six different sorts of bread. There’s the Anpug (a pug inside a sweet bean bun), the Pomcutlet Sandwich (a pomeranian who’s taken the place of a katsu pork cutlet), a toy poodle pancake, corgi hot dog, shih tzu sandwich and, last but not least, the Chihuassant (an amazing Chihuahua-croissant hybrid). Despite being less than two inches long, each figure is impressively detailed and, yes, ridiculously cute.
Don’t worry if you haven’t got any capsule toy machines nearby. Right now you can find these little cuties on Ebay.