Saving is one of the most essential skills for adults… erm… kids to learn.
And you can make saving much fun for kids with this Itazura kitty coin bank.
As adults, we realized that saving is a concept that’s not really taught in school. With that, saving, we think, should be shown at home.
But aren’t piggy banks boring and all? At least, that’s what we learn back in our time, right?
Boredom makes saving really really difficult. Well, out of the many things you can find at the malls.
Luckily for generations today, toymakers are really getting creative.
And for creativity alone, this Japanese Itazura coin bank gets the perfect score.
“Itazura,” among some other translations, means “teasing.”
This Japanese coin bank is designed with a Tora cat inside a closed box. There’s a plate on top of the box.
When kids place one coin on that plate, the Tora cat will come peeking, and then snatch that coin away before going inside the box once again.
Kids can place as many coins as they want. The cat surely won’t get tired snatching it from the plate as long as, you, parents have 2 AA batteries ready each time.
Tora is the cat you’ll see in Naruto. It’s the cat owned by Madam Shijimi, the wife of the Fire Daimyo who is, well, the ruler of the Land of Fire.
To cut the story short (especially for you who can no longer relate to the Manga series), the Tora cat coin bank is something the kids will fall in love with quickly.
Give them the Itazura kitty coin bank as a gift. Tell them it’s a toy that only works if they give it a coin every day.
|Dimension||5.9 x 4.7 x 4.9 in|
|Recommendad Age||3 years and older|