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moji bakeru KANA

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Moji bakeru’s latest series does not came from Chinese Characters… from katakana, Japanese syllabaries.
It would be more fun for small kids, that they may easy to read these animals names.

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I got “ネコ”. As you see, it means cat. In this series, we don’t need to put stickers. The animals faces and patterns were already printed.

moji bakeru KANA – チョウヘンカン!もじバケるカナ

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