Because some people were wondering what was inside the fukubukuro I bought after reading my last post, I decided to post a few pictures.

Most fukubukuro are simple bags made of very thin fabric, but the fukubukuro on this first picture is a nice usable item itself. Inside the bag were a dark grey coat, a grey sweater, a checkered skirt, a striped top and a pair of earrings.

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The next fukubukuro, from a store called Osmosis, contained a blue top, two bottoms, a white cardigan, a white dress-sized blouse, a grey dress-sized sweater and a pair of earrings.

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The fukubukuro of Ingni was literally stuffed with clothes. It contained a light grey coat, a red scarf, two cardigans, a sweater, two blouses, four tops and a pair of black pants. Regarding quantity this was definitly the best fukubukuro of the day, but there are a few items I’m pretty sure I’m never going to wear.

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I also bought the fukubukuro of Mr. Donut (donut store in Japan). It contained a calender and two pouches of Rilakkuma (my favourite character!), a Hello Kitty diary and a gift card for 10 donuts. Considering the price being the equivalent of around 8 euros, this was quite a good deal, since I was going to buy and eat those donuts over the next few weeks anyway.

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