Re-ment (Reform The Entertainment) is a Japanese company that manufactures Puchi Petites — scaled miniatures of everyday items. If you’re into dolls, Re-ment miniature replicas would be a great addition to your dolly’s world:

Speaking of dolls, I saw a woman carrying a Volks Super Dollfie (a 1:6 scale ball-jointed doll) in her arms at a bookstore the other day. She treated it like it was her baby, talking and fussing over it. It was… weird. But even if dolls aren’t your thing, there’s no reason why you can’t appreciate the realistic-looking collectibles:

Rement products are not expensive, most selling at 200-400 yen (around USD3), but they are sold in a series of mystery boxes ala trading cards so you may need to buy a few boxes from the same series before you could get the item you want (though it is possible to buy single unboxed items at a higher price). I didn’t know this prior to my trip to Tokyo so when I insisted to a salesgirl there that I wanted item no. 9 on the box she was all “Secret! Secret! All SECRET!!!” LOL

Collections from Re-ment (Japan) site:
Harapeko – Kitchen appliances with animal faces
Petite Mode – Tiny fashion items, costumes and accessories

Collections also available from Re-ment International (English site):
Have A Bite! – Street Food such as crepes, burgers, ice-cream and Japanese snacks
Re-ment Bakery – This collection is no longer available
Elegant Sweets – Tea party essentials like cakes, cookies, chocolates

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Comments

Geez, the Japanese just don't stop! Look how cute everthing is! I wonder if they actually even breed miniature dogs? Why not? They can do just about everything else it seems like. Love the Japanese!

White On Rice Couple  at 10:25 am on March 25, 2008
Who knows what they'll come up with next...

Ginger M.  at 11:23 am on March 25, 2008
The last time I been to Tokyo, I actually bought the whole set of mini sushi. (^_^) Now, you tempting me again!

bebelin88  at 10:21 am on March 26, 2008
Really? That's great. I ♥ Tokyo. :)

Ginger M.  at 11:34 am on March 26, 2008
Oooh, how I love re-ment!

Tizzalicious  at 7:31 am on March 29, 2008
I know! If I had a lot of money, I'd buy them all!

Ginger M.  at 4:54 am on March 30, 2008
I have the sets of that mini cakes too.. Its really looks delicious.. Hmm.. Yummy..
Its not cost much in 1 set.

Icing  at 3:30 am on April 11, 2008
Hey Ginger! Thanks for this blog coz my daughter is into clay art (I posted some in my blogs) and she loves making miniature stuff. As a matter of fact, we are also collecting Sylvanian Family toys which have small-scale items. Lovely! I'll visit Re-ment's site and see if I can order!!!

Ria  at 11:45 am on April 24, 2008
Oooh! Sylvanian Family! Their furniture are not as detailed as Re-ment but the characters are adorable!

lovelyroom  at 12:45 pm on April 24, 2008
Oh, their soooooo cute! The first picture with the blender etc. do you know what that "mini collection" is called? :o I really want to know! :D

~  at 7:39 am on June 16, 2008
It is from the Harapeko (animal village?) collection. I can't find it at the US site though.

lovelyroom  at 1:51 am on June 17, 2008
http://www.myspace.com/rement

Jen  at 1:36 pm on August 17, 2008
how cute! i wish all the bunny stuff came in my size! ;) this site: http://www.miseducated.net is having a re-ment competition currently for a new series, it's also adorable! xoxo

amber renee  at 2:15 am on November 25, 2008
Are there stores selling rements in bangkok pls?

adiorella  at 8:34 pm on March 20, 2009
Not too sure, any help from readers?

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