In which sweet little Sumikko are perfect no matter the season. My love of a good Re-ment terrarium is pretty well documented. I’ve written about several of the Pokemon sets, but I also own a number of others, mostly Sumikko-related. I’d forgotten that my recent amiami order included one too. It has the rather long […]Read More Sumikko Gurashi: Re-ment Sumikko Everyday Terrarium
In which I’m not so impressed by the facilities, but you can’t beat the staff. I always hate admitting it, because I’m 4.51 million years old for starters, but I’m afraid of going to the doctor’s office. I have my reasons, none of which are super pleasant, but I get so nervous about visits I […]Read More Sumikko Gurashi: Re-ment Doki Waku Kenkou Shindan
In which our sleepover is simply perfect from start to finish. Since I’m trapped in the States for the foreseeable future, I find myself thinking a bit grumpily about some of the disadvantages associated with collecting under those circumstances. One of those disadvantages is that with blind box items, you can’t just buy a single […]Read More Sumikko Gurashi: Issho ni Otamarikai Rubber Charms
In which the Sumikko and their friends make an awfully cute kindergarten class.Read More Sumikko Gurashi: Re-Ment Atsumare! Sumikko Youchien
In which I wanted CC Lemon in drink form, but I’ll gladly take it in drop form if that’s all that’s on offer.Read More Japanese Snacks: Lotte Drink Mix Candy
In which the Sumikko toy with the basic laws of time and space, you know, as one does. And there are snacks! Aoringo means green apple—well, actually it literally means “blue apple” because what’s called blue and what’s called green often differs between Japan and America for complex reasons. Mochi is Japanese rice, uh, sort […]Read More Dagashi Sagashi: Four New Snacks: Featuring Sumikko Gurashi!