Unfortunately, Funassyi goods are few and far between overseas. However, in Japan, Funassyi can be found in almost any shop, whether it’s on ramen noodles in a convenience store or on a the hood of a sweater. Funassyi goods can come in all sorts of shapes and sizes, and in some you’d never expect.
All the goods are available to buy in Japan, and are linked to stores in Japan where they are available. International postage may or may not by available, but the images all lead to a website where they can be found.
1. Funassyi (in a) Sleeping Bag
As an owner myself, I must say this has to be one of the best Funassyi goods out there. From the leaf sticking out of the sleeping bag to the detail ‘THE FUNASSYI FACE’, this has to be one of the funniest and cutest Funassyi toys. Not only that, but if you open the sleeping bag, there’s an ordinary Funassyi toy inside. It’s the best of both worlds. 3000 yen well spent!
This pack of 15 onigiri wraps are perfect for wrapping rice balls for any lunchbox. They’re only 500 yen, and there’s something very sweet about the finished product when they’re all wrapped up.
3. Hair clips
Funassyi was probably made to be made into a pair of hairpins. The design is cute, and at 540 yen, I wish I was in Japan to buy these right now!
4. Credit Card Hologram Stickers
Apparently only released this July, and dubbed “sparkly sticker hologram”, this is one of the most innovative Funassyi products out there. Stick the sticker on your credit card, and then peal it off to reveal a Funassyi motive on your credit card.
5. Food Towel
Not only does it cover your head and drape over your shoulders as you get into the cooking, but it always shows your support for not only Japan’s national football team but also for Funassyi. Well worth its 2500yen price tag!
6. Golf Balls
These would be a dream come true for any golfer or Funassyi fan. They’re about 5,400yen, but not only are they cute but I’m sure they would also greatly enhance game performance – though you wouldn’t want anyone else to pick them up!
As another addition to the cooking theme, this apron costs 2000 yen and its design is faultless. To wear this apron, you run the risk of being mistaken for the real Funassyi while in the kitchen.
8. Alarm clock
Featuring the voice anybody would love to wake up to, this 3,500yen Funassyi alarm clock will get even the tiredest person up for an energetic and fun day.
For those who don’t want to spend a lot to get these goods shipped from Japan the calendars are up on CD Japan for everybody to purchase.