Posts Tagged ‘packaging’
I’ve got no idea why the lettuce I buy comes wrapped in plastic adorned with the image of Rantarō Ninja Boy, the star of the anime Nintama Rantarō (忍たま乱太郎). To tell the truth, I initially mistook him for a very healthy country aunty wearing traditionally patterned monpe (もんぺ), the old-style workpants of Japan.
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Tags: lettuce packaging, ninja, Nintama Rantarō, packaging, 忍たま乱太郎
Some of the nicest packaging I’ve come across lately has to be from the set of Yamanaka Ishikawaya green tea sweets that came with my grocery delivery a few weeks ago. The company not only has a mascot that is the cutest thing since sliced milk, but they also offer a fantastic variety of brilliantly […]
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Tags: お菓子, bean paste, cabinet of wonders, candy, cute mascot, design, food, green-tea flavor, Japanese sweets, okashi, packaging, roku-cha, sweets, Yamanaka Ishikawaya, 山中石川屋