Sunday, April 22, 2012

Obento Boxes, Onigiri Moulds, Mayonnaise Bottles, and Katsuobushi.

Sometimes I think I would love to make my best Pai Shu Cream Puffs 
to share with everyone who reads LittleJapanMama.  
Sometimes I want to send everyone packets of Katsuo-bushi (if you haven't noticed already that's an almost essential ingredient for most Japanese cooking), 
or Mirin, or Takoyaki hotplates, so that we can all be cooking together.
Well, I've started to think about what I could do.
We had a LittleJapanMama giveaway last October, and you know what?
We will be having another one soon! ^_^
The occasion?
To announce the opening of the (currently under construction)
LittleJapanMama Shop!
Yes, a giveaway, and opening specials for everyone...
to help you in creating your own "Little Japan" at home,
with
Bento Boxes
Onigiri Moulds
Miso Soup Bowls
3 Hole Mayonnaise Bottles
Long chopsticks for cooking
and yes,
Bags of Katsuobushi.

(...etc etc etc.)
If you'd like to be in it to win it, 
simply click our facebook "like" button in the left sidebar.
that's it!
If you don't see the button, or it doesn't work, here's a link to our facebook page:
and you can "like" from there.
What would you like from Japan?
I'll let you know more details (of the giveaway prize/closing date and also the shop) as things develop.
In the meantime, I'll be doing posts on each of the items that will be in our shop.

6 comments:

  1. Oh my goodness how Kawaiiiiiiiii! I would LOVE the Onigiri Molds b/c I could never make them. My mother, it was SO easy for her and she was FAST! But me ... HA! they look more like meatballs LOL! and I'm so sloooooooow lol! TFS!

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    1. Quiltaholic, You made me laugh! Thanks for your comment♡ I will have molds for mini onigiri, heart shaped onigiri an flower shaped onigiri. I may even have the regular sized 2 in 1 onigiri molds to make it faster!

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  2. How fun! Can't wait to see what's in your shop!

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    1. Thanks Hiraganamama! hope you had an awesome time in Japan!♡

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  3. AHHH! I LOVE THIS. :) Served my mission in Hiroshima, and love all these cute nihonteki things. I love the little silicone cups you posted. This blog makes me happy. :)

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    1. Chris M. I'm so glad to hear that! Thanks for your comment♡

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