Big things with little cars
Big things with little cars

Nope it’s not about the Car Culture but in my next travelogue, I will be showing you food and cars, cars and more cars while on vacation overseas in June. First check out what I saw in a shoe store.

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It’s a drawer full of shoes.

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The gas cap has the store name called ‘Pull & Bear’. Unusual name for a shoe store.

These may not be cars but the apparel will appeal to some.

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Ok next I dropped by a small Toy Kingdom store.

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1/24 cars Motor Max and Bburago.

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First time I’ve seen this brand called Teama with their Haulers and other generic brand.

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More Teama branded cars. The scale seems to fit the O scale train sets.

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The price on this 1/18 scale race car is cheaper than a Tomica Premium. Say what? Yup probably another generic China brand car. Here’s the thing. It’s pretty light so it is probably made of plastic but looks more like a model instead of a toy and comes with some racing accessories.

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And of course a nice small selection of Tomicas.

Ok let’s take a break for some food.

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Noodles and Xiao Long Bao, also called a “soup dumpling” because the bun are filled with hot soup and place on top of a bamboo steaming basket from Din Tai Fung, a Michelin awarded restaurant, not the tire brand, ok.

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Now on to the next toy store. This is a much bigger Toy Kingdom store in a bigger mall.

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Pegs full of Hot Wheels pop culture.

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They even have the Honda series before we did.

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Here’s a closer look.

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Here’s the Zamac series.

How about something to make you hungry again?

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Hot Wheels Lunch boxes. But these are not your typical lunch box.

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It’s to pack your collections.

Now what then shall we have for dinner?

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How about a Korean fast food?

That’s not all. More to come soon.

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