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‘One Made of Felt, a Pretty Face Is a Basket’

By Christa Terry

When I first saw the Akanbe Folding Basket by designer Houziyou Takashi, I was already in love. Part storage container, part play mat, the Akanbe also happens to be absolutely freakin’ adorable. Utility plus cuteness… cutility? How can you not like that? And I like it even better now that I found this description of it:

I’ll be fine also surprisingly heavy, magazines and accessories organized, easy to store children’s toys. Matt will use when playing as a spread, as it folded when put away are clear.

Smile♪ When you have a basket of cute, cute looks just like a hand that has Akanbe. Just to laugh it easy out there is no tongue. Thanks are Akanbe Bello, I have a painful hand basket.

Assemble felt like a piece of origami, it 留Mere button eyes, and made the basket. Not only fashionable and cute, which depending on how many ideas are useful and fun basketball.

Do you suppose that was Mr. Takashi’s original description of the Akanbe Folding Basket?









2 Responses to “‘One Made of Felt, a Pretty Face Is a Basket’”




  1. Rubiatonta Says:

    If that’s not a candidate for submission to Engrish.com, I don’t know what is.

    And cuuuuuuuute!




  2. Christa Terry Says:

    Indeed, Rubiatonta!

    But while cute it may be, I’m still not sure I want a painful hand basket.












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