Popular animal sundries for sale – “YOU+MORE!” TOKYU HANDS Shinjuku Store will open

03.March.2018 | FASHION / SPOT

The humor sundry brand, FELISSIMO “YOU+MORE!” has opened a limited-time-offer shop in “TOKYU HANDS Shinjuku Store” (March 1st (Thurs.) to March 14th (Wed.)).

 

YOU+MORE!

 “YOU+MORE” is a brand that sells many original items which make people’s everyday lives amusing. The limited-time-offer-shop they opened this time will sell many kinds of funny and cute animal sundries using the motifs of animals like rabbits, shiba dogs, pandas, squirrels and hedgehogs.

 

Below are examples of theses series.

 

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Mofu Mofu Kousagi Pouch – 2,300 yen + tax

A long-haired variety of rabbit called Jersey Wooly is expressed by soft fake fur. The product is very soft and has a fastener on the back so that the users can put small goods like lip cream in them!

 

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Panda Big Cushion 6,900 yen + tax

This is a 5-month old panda cub. You can hug this cushion because it is big! The silhouette, paws, claws and the white/black print look very realistic.

 

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Wallaby Kinchaku Pouch – 2,300 yen + tax

A pouch of a wallaby which is known as “the happiest animal of the world.” This pouch can be used as a goods-storage item since its feet can be used as  clips. Why not get your very own cute pouch!

 

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Korontto Marui Harinezumi Gamaguchi – 2,300 yen + tax

A purse shaped like a hedgehog. The needles on the back are made using boa, so it is very soft and cute. If you put cosmetics or snacks inside the hedgehog becomes roly-poly and it will look like it is curled up.

 

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Mini Wafu Marshmallow Usagi Hozui – 1,480 yen + tax

The rabbit version of the very popular marshmallow series! Each marshmallow has a different facial expression, so the product is suitable to be uploaded onto your SNS. Chocolate is stuffed inside the mouth. The product can be used as a souvenir since the design of the package is very stylish.

 

Why not get your very own unique and cute animal items!

 

■Information

Tokyu Hands Shinjuku Store “YOU+MORE!” limited-time-offer-shop

Period: 2018/03/1 (Thurs.) to 2018/03/14 (Wed.)

Time: 10:00 to 21:00

Venue: TOKYU HANDS Shinjuku Store, 2F Entrance – event space

Address: 2 to 8F Times Square Building, 5-24-2, Sendagaya, Shibuyaku, Tokyo

URL:https://www.feli.jp/s/pr180228/1/

 

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