Fridgezoo are cold-climate creatures in the shape of milk bottles that will bring a bit of whimsy to your kitchen AND help you save energy!

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Fridgeezoo HOGEN | Hiroshima

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£23.00 GBP
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Perfect present, especially as a tiny companion for anyone needing a laugh.

How it works:

Place your Fridgeezoo inside your refrigerator, and whenever you open the door, it will greet you in Japanese, with the "hogen" (dialect) of their region—Nagoya, Hokkaido, or Hiroshima. If you leave the door open too long, they will charmingly reprimand you for wasting energy!
Their scripts features a ton of variation so you will be delighted with all the different cute greetings.
If you'd like to turn off the talking, just press the button on the Fridgezoo's head. It will sneeze or burp and then will stay quiet.

    Details:

    • Materials: ABS.
    • Includes 3 LR44 batteries
    • Size: H78 x W51 x D63 mm
    • Note: Fridgezoo may not respond if they are placed in dark parts of your fridge. They respond best to well lit areas.
    • Keep batteries out of reach of children.
    • Designed in Tokyo, made in China.

    Here is what your Fridgeezoo is saying in a charming Hiroshima dialect.

    • Otsukaresan "Good work!/You must be tired."
      「お疲れさん!」
    • Aitakattannjyakene "I've missed you!"
      「会いたかったんじゃけぇね」
    • Kyoumo Ganbaranyaikennyo "Do your best today!"
      「今日も頑張らにゃいけんよ」
    • Sorosoroshimennchai "Close the door soon!"
      「そろそろ閉めんちゃい」
    • Moutaigiiwa "I'm tired!"
      「もう、たいぎぃわ」
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    The story...

    "Animals who are losing their habitats due to global warming and environmental pollution have found a new home in humans' refrigerators. These cold region critters have taken the shape of milk bottles and blend in perfectly in the fridge. Having picked up various dialects "HOGEN" from
    several regions, they interact with the humans they see every day."

    Listen to the Fridgeezoo Creatures!