BAPE (Japan) x Steiff Teddy Bear

Japanese streetwear imprint BAPE joins forces with German toy manufacturer Steiff for a special edition teddy bear. A perfect gift for mini hypebeasts, the collaborative teddy bear adorns a white graphic Ape Head tee with dual branding at the front and an intricate tag along the sleeve, in addition to a pair of indigo jeans to complete the look.

The BAPE x Steiff Teddy Bear will be available for purchase exclusively at the Isetan flagship store in Shinjuku starting March 4.

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A Bathing Ape CITY CAMO TEDDY BEAR

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As part of A Bathing Ape‘s expansive accessories range, the longstanding streetwear label presents the CITY CAMO TEDDY BEAR. Revitalizing the military print in compelling ways, the Teddy Bear features an all-over black and white camo print in phosphorescent, which gives a glow-in-the-dark effect.
Priced at ¥9,240 JPY (approximately $90 USD), the A Bathing Ape CITY CAMO TEDDY BEAR is now available via the A Bathing Ape online store.
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Undercover (Japan) Ubear 2013

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Following up from a previous edition of their Ubear, Japanese staple Undercover releases the 2013 version of the plush toy. Available in three colorways, each cuddly figure is seen holding an even tinier, cuddly figure.

The Ubear is priced at HK$ 680 ($87 USD) and is available now at the brand’s new Hong Kong location.

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Japanese company offers miniature pastry bear cubs wrapped in a donut

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Sold at the bustling Ueno Zoo station in Tokyo, these panda-baked goods come from the Shiretoko Factory. The variety pack contains doughnuts in five flavors:  Hokkaido Milk, Hokkaido Pumpkin, Cocoa Chip, Choc Chip, and Salty Fresh Caramel. Each panda face is created by hand, giving every bear a unique character.

Shiretoko, the peninsula at the northeastern tip of Hokkaido in Japan, contains a unique population of brown bears which provides the inspiration for these doughnuts. In homage to the local kuma (bear), this particular brand of Shiretoko doughnut is called Kumagoron.

The variety pack retails online for 1,580 yen ($16.20 USD) at Rakuten.

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