Shipping Delay - Penang Flood
Our shipping service will be unavailable from Monday (06/11/17) to Wednesday (08/11/17) due to the storehouse's clean-up scheduled after the heavy flood in Penang island. Our shipping service will resume on Thursday (09/11/17), sorry for any inconvenience caused.
Greetings! Marimo Malaysia team would like to wish all of you a happy Deepavali and holiday. Our shipping service will be unavailable on 18 October (Public Holiday). However, we will still process all payments and orders received as usual. Apply the discount code DPV17 to enjoy free shipping for purchase of RM30 and above
Offer valids until end of the week (17/10/2017-22/10/2017).
Do check out orGreetings! Our shipping services will not be available from 26 August to 4 September 2017 for the Merdeka Day's break. However, we will still accept and process any orders receive during that period. Do check out our Merdeka Day's promo on the 'monthly offer' category.
In Hokkaidō, Japan, the popularity of Marimo Moss Ball led to the birth of a bizarre but funny and cute mascot character known as Marimokkori (まりもっこり). The name is a portmanteau of Marimo and Mokkori i.e. "bulge" in Japanese.
Marimokkori looks awkward but it is the mascot for Hokkaido. Its merchandises are sold all over Hokkaido and are actually very popular with the younger generation for some reasons. Initially, the character was considered weird and vulgar and did not do well as many hotels/souvenir shops refused to sell its merchandises. Its popularity skyrocketed only after celebrities mentioned the character on TV programmes. Nowadays, you could bring back Marimokkori as key chains, phone straps, T-shirts, and soft toys. Do have a look on which merchandises you might like in the video below:
You could also visit Marimokkori's official online shop on www.marimokkori.jp.
Pictures of Marimokkori merchandises on sale, sourced from SoraNews24 and Tofugu.
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