The booth had full-size plushes on a side display and in a basket on the center table. Also on the table were small plush charms of smiling trees, colorful birds, and happy woodland animals. There were also tiny Teddy Bears and plush plants in little pots. One of the more unique plushes I spotted at the Susuten booth, was the anthropomorphized Baconoki (enoki mushrooms wrapped in bacon). The poor thing didn't look to anxious to be eaten.
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