vending machine toys

New edition canned fish rings in capsule machines nationwide, now with tuna!

It’s never been a better time to be a tuna can enthusiast.

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An adorably awesome use for Japan’s mini rice cooker capsule toys: Pet bird feeders!【Video】

Pair of pets enjoy snacks out of the latest quirky gacha toys.

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Real dry bonsai trees coming to Japanese capsule toy vending machines【Photos】

Japan’s love of tiny trees and tiny toys combines in a beautiful way that still has space for you to show off your artistic side.

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Japan’s semi-functional air conditioner capsule toys promise to help us cope with the summer heat

Some assembly, possibly imagination, required.

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Wear your love of canned fish in a line of rings coming to Japanese capsule machines

Holy mackerel! Holey Pacific saury and scallops too!

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Naughty anime tentacles are on their way to Japanese capsule toy machines – in six cute colors!

Manufacturer promises “many ways to play with them.”

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Japanese capsule toy vending machines now selling working capsule toy vending machines

That’s right, you can now own your very own gacha gacha gacha gacha.

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Cat cosplay collars form Japan turn your kitty into Sailor Moon in everything but name【Photos】

Obvious homage lets your pet dress up like a members of the anime’s cast other than its mentor cats.

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Cup no Fuchiko’s “little sister” Gurimi-chan is all kinds of awkward…

It’s no secret that here at RocketNews24 we are pretty big fans of vending machine toys. One the few capsule toys that’s broken out of the vending machine is Cup no Fuchiko. The adorable, demure little plastic lady who sits on the edge of your cup took Japan by storm two years ago, and can now be found in department and gift stores across the country.

You might be forgiven for thinking that this new little-girl version, named Cup no Kado no Gurimi-chan, was an official product from the makers of Fuchiko. Until you notice their tagline: “Don’t sue us!!”…

Yep, Gurimi-chan is pretty weird, in all kinds of ways.

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