Thursday, December 10, 2009

Japanese Christmas Card

Japanese Christmas Card, originally uploaded by angryparsnip.

This is the newest Japanese Christmas Card that my son and wife just
sent me. The card stand 5 1/2 inches high, 6 deep and 5 inches wide.
It also folds flat for easy mailing.
You press the top button by the 4 Santas and Jingle Bells plays and
the stars flash.
The Santa in the house is holding a flashing star and filling
stockings while another Santa, hidden behind the Reindeer is
delivering gifts.

While the song is playing you can push the buttons on the front of
the card, red button is drums, yellow is the horn and the blue has
several children singing.

How utterly wonderfully insane ! I LOVE IT !

merry. . . parsnip
music. . . you know it. . . Jingle Bells ! pick you favorite and sing
out loud !


  1. Wow how creative Japanese are. I visited Japan in 2006, and I was amazed by their selection of cookies and the packaging. Anna :)

  2. That's a Christmas card and a half. Stupendous!

  3. Anna. . .
    What can I say, I just love Japanese paper goods and packaging.

    Pat. . .
    I save the cards and set them out as Christmas decorations. I love them...