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Tatebanko is the forgotten Japanese art of creating amazing dioramas and scenic perspectives from paper. Tatebanko was popular and widely admired from the 17th century Edo period to the early 20th century. Then it all but disappeared until now. Beautifully designed and printed in Japan with elegant metallic accents, the kits are packaged flat. Each kit has a playful secret and interesting details that make assembly fun. With these kits, Tatebanko will undoubtedly enjoy a well-deserved renaissance.
Pique the curiosity of any child with this adorable wooden xylophone. Five panels in bright rainbow hues help with hand-eye coordination, and make it fun for the little ones to learn their colors. Adding a musical twist to playtime, the tinkling of this...
While exploring the seven seas, this sea creature must have eaten something fishy. Whenever you shake him, he mysteriously jingles and jangles! Patterned with navy and white nautical stripes, this adorable whale can be your favorite friend to dream with every night. Made...
Get vegetables on your child’s good side from the get-go with these friendly and soothing veggie rattles from Danish design company Maileg. Healthy eating habits will be permanently instilled once they’ve realized just how fun carrots, corn, peas, and broccoli can be! Broccoli:...
OVERVIEW DETAILS This super snuggable terry cotton rattle will gently soothe your little one to sleep. Choose between Elephant and Bear in soft shades of Ivory or Grey. 100% Cotton Pile. Made in Japan.