Ikea gives us a bunch of just as random products to New Year.
We had to travel out of downtown Tokyo for a new Ikea fukubukuro (lucky bags) to New Year in years gone by. Lucky bag fix coming up with first 200 this year, with only at Shinjuku store! This makes some good things for the chain!.
Two lucky bags priced at 1,000 yen (US$7.65) and 2,023 yen sold at store on 2 January, only 100 of them available.In order to make the most of them, we visited the store about an hour and a half before it opened. There were already three at the store.
A beautiful but cooler day to sit in line.
Line grew slowly with time, and at around 9:30 a.m. about 30 minutes before opening staffbroughthot coffeeto people waiting in the queue.
This gave us the energy needed for both bags, so lets look at what we got in the more expensive bundle, which came in a bag with IkeasBlahaj(Blue Shark) plush toy pictured on it.
First thing we pulled out of the bag was the size of our bag
Set of 17 storage containers.
This followed soon by reusable shopping bag in polka dot pattern
Pack of fried onions
Somesauces and soups
New Years gift coupon valued at 2,023 yen!
These vouchers gave us our money back as the bag itself costs 2,023 yen, everything else in the bag acting like free bonuses.
Maybe the biggest piece in the bag was this random elephant, which looked like it was searching for a nice home.
What a cutie!
All in all, we received ten items in this Ikea lucky bag, including the gift voucher and the pack of 17 containers.
Ikea Shinjuku lucky bag’s contents, 2,023 yen.
While their contents may vary, but making it worthwhile for this collection to see it’s worth 5,116 yen. Sufficed for extra coupon, the items were worth 3,093 yen, making this a lot.
And now the elephant has a home in his office near Amazon Japans lowest-rated Shiba Inu tissue cover.
It was a much different haul compared to the 2,020-yen hot dog bag we got from Ikea in 2020. But we still have a 1,000-yen bag to open this year, but keep your eyes peeled for it soon!
Follow us on Facebook, Twitter!