My Limited Edition Pullip Doll Collection // Let’s Talk Grails 2.0 πŸ‘‘

Edit: Pullip Cinnamoroll is going to be available again in January! 😊 Yay! ❀

Even though all Pullips are kind of limited editions anyways, there are some girls, who have an extra limited release. Today I am going to show you, which limited edition Pullip girls I was able to add to my collection so far! 😍 Who is your favourite?

Thank you so much for watching! πŸ’• Theri

It’s Been A Year: Komonogatari’s First Blogiversary!

Exactly one year ago, my review of Pullip Optical Alice, who I got one day prior brand new from Japan, went online. She was the perfect reason to finally create a blog, an idea, which had been dancing in my head for months and went in lieu with dozens hours of brainstorming because I did not want to start under a blog name or social media handles, which I would have want to change after a short while. And there was one more thing: I was scared! Scared of my own writing and photographing skills and even more scared of not finding anybody to share my passions with! Today I consider February 23rd, 2017 as one of the best days of my life because it was the start of me, putting myself out there. I am a strong believer that the more open I am about my passions and feelings here, the more I hope to deliver the message that it is okay to be passionate about the things you are passionate about!

So many cuties! Continue reading It’s Been A Year: Komonogatari’s First Blogiversary!

My Dolly Week #33: Names and Harmonia Bloom!

Remember last week, when I was talking about how much I love October? I still love it, but this post is probably on the edge of delirious, since I caught a cold, when I was out watching foliage during my work break. πŸ˜€ But now let’s talk about dolls and not the fact that I need to introduce more vitamins to my diet!

Pullip MarieWhen it comes to names, I actually enjoy changing my dolls’ names to add more to their personality and to give myself more inspiration, when it comes to styling and photography. Pullip Marie though, even after I customized her, still perfectly feels like a Marie. I was debating several other names, but Marie is Marie and that’s that! πŸ˜€ She is such a cool girl, I was really surprised, how much she is able to pull off black clothes.

Ki-chan being cute.Naming the Pullips from the Le Petit Prince series was so difficult! If a doll is already called ‘The Fox‘ and ‘The Rose‘ your creativity gets killed and so Pullip The Rose is now called Bara, which is the Japanese word for rose and short version for the Czech name Barbora. Pullip The Fox is Ki-chan, which is short for kitsune, Japanese for fox. I really hope that I will not run out of ideas soon. I also cannot imagine calling a Pullip Shion, like Groove’s upcoming realease, since Shion is the name of an anime figure out of a horror story called Higurashi no Naku Koro ni. Ugh, having an actual Shion in my dolly family would probably drive me just as crazy as the Shion in the anime! >< Creepy stuff, but perfect for Halloween and recommended by yours truly-but honestly, I would never watch it again! Once is more than enough!

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Have you heard about Harmonia Bloom, the new collections of dolls, which is going to be released by Good Smile Company, home of the Nendoroids, early next year?! I have kind of mixed feelings, but am kind of intrigued by the blonde cutie above, whose expression speaks most to me. The reason, why I am suddenly writing about them, is the fact that they got featured quite a bit in my Twitter feed, since there is an article in the newest issue of Dollybird, which hopefully means that we will be getting more information about their release soon.

Now I would like to know, if you name your dolls and what do you think about the Harmonia Bloom line! Are you excited or is another collection more up your alley?

Thank you so much for reading!


My Junie Moon Haul 2017

Bee and Ki-chan in Junie Moon Dollywear.Today I want to share with you my tiny treasures from the Junie Moon stores in Shibuya and Shinjuku, which are specializing in selling Blythe dolls and accessories for them. Those stores are absolutely amazing, since most of their stuff can also fit different dolls like Pullip, Azone Pure Neemo M and Momoko. If you ever are going to visit one of them, do be prepared to spend a lot of money or at least to be in constant danger to do so! Continue reading My Junie Moon Haul 2017

Review: Pullip Le Petit Prince The Fox

Pullip The Fox is one of two Pullips that were released as part of the Le Petit Prince series, which also included an Isul as The Little Prince himself. Last week I reviewed The Rose and this week’s review features the incredibly cute Fox, who will hopefully melt your heart just like mine. In the story of Le Petit Prince the chapter with The Fox is the most famous and contains the tale’s most quoted lines.

Pullip The Fox on Ninetails
Woohooo! Just imagine: She has found her favorite and perfect ride! Her interests match mine…

The quote says, ‘It is only with the heart that one can see rightly, what is essential is invisible to the eye.’

Like the rest of the series, The Fox was released in early 2016 and was rarely distributed to foreign sellers. She is still however available in Japan, where the dolls are supposed to have been a regular release. Isul The Little Prince is the only sold out doll at the moment. All dolls were a collaboration with Japanese lolita clothing brand Alice and the Pirates. By the time of release, you could also buy the same outfit in their stores to match your doll’s. Continue reading Review: Pullip Le Petit Prince The Fox