At the mention of Japanese cellphone cases, the first reaction of many people is “too expensive” and “too common”! But it’s unfair that imaginative Japanese cellphone cases are given such an evaluation! Today, let’s see some bizarre cases.
Most people would like to change a cellphone case, change a mood now and then. But a a Japanese cellphone case usually costs 2000-3000 yen. And if you go to Big Camera, you will find their style wouldn’t attract you. However, today we are not going to complain that we can’t change a case easily in Japan! Actually the imagination Japanese cases exhibits is not worse than ours.Ma tsu ko has particularly introduced bizarre cases in her program. The program said there are more than fifty-two thousand cases in Japan. So those “ugly and expensive”cases are just most common and a small portion among thousands of cases.
The first one! Oh, my eyes! The imagination of Japanese is so...
This hand is such a high imitation. Is it so horrible at the first sight? They say it feels soft as a real hand.
Made from natural shells
It’s a kind of mini handbag, small but enough for your cards and cash.
A pistol-like, so cool! But a pink pistol, too eye catching!
Who will use it ?! There’s no anosmia feeling when it was put together. But imagine that someone takes out a bottle of “detergent” to play games.
A case of camera type! This one is so cute and you don’t need to worry about charging the phone or the adjustment of volume.
You can hang it on your neck and then pretend that you are carrying a micro SLR!
Your case is covered with fired rice? What kind of experience it is! The Chinese style of Japanese! It seems like seafood fired rice.
How I wish an obsessive could try this case covered with fish eggs!
These cases are all handcrafted by Japanese craftsmen!
Besides, there are soy sauce rice with raw eggs and butter corns, very typically Japanese!
A curry please!
And a bowl of buckwheat noodles!
The above were barely accepted but the following one is really an eyesore for some...
Are you satisfied with these bizarre cases? Ma tsu ko’s program refreshes my impression that Japanese cases are ugly and expensive.