Tuesday, December 27, 2011

Swedish Christmas feat Japanese Kids

Japanese kids came to eat Swedish candy like "Daim" and "Bilar" at Christmas in IKEA.

The Swedish furniture store IKEA is all over the world and very popular in Japan.

It originally came from a place in Sweden called "Småland" which is written on the sticker the kid got. So cute!

They had a Christmas event for Japanese families with a Swedish Santa Claus giving all the kids funny hats.

This kid documented it all! ^^

Afterwards they could bring traditional Swedish Christmas food home as well. Not this big gingerbread house though. ;)


  1. Daim- hands down best chocolate I've ever had the pleasure of eating!

  2. very cute!
    u've such an interesting blog<3

  3. That looks so fun! And that gingerbread house is HUGE!

  4. Hi man, cool blog, nice lifestyle :}
    You seem pretty tall so I thought about something you might help me about: I'm pretty tall (1.83) and I can't find any cool clothes shop that size my height. Would you have some advices or osususme shop/brand ? I'm in Osaka by the way so I don't know if you can help me but thanks anyway, happy new year and keep it up !

  5. cool!

    the kid in the first picture looks sooo angry though! lol. makes me laugh!

  6. Hejsan, jag undrar hur gjorde du när du skulle plugga i japan? liksom jag vill plugga japanska i japan men hur kan jag göra med betalningen liksom kan jag betala med csn eller ? vill verkligen plugga i japan. Tack för svar ^^

  7. I find your posts very captivating. Great blog :)

  8. Chantelle:

    Hej! Jag sökte till skolan KAI Japanese Language school genom språkresebyrån Blueberry. Det går mycket svenskar där sedan tidigare och den är godkänd att betala med CSN för. Studerar man heltid där kan man även få bidrag/lån från CSN för att leva i Japan.

    Lycka till och säg till om du har några fler frågor! =)