These are boxes containing about 1/64 scale Sylvanian Families miniatures and a piece of candy. You can find them in the snack aisle at Japanese grocery stores. (For US residents, you usually find them on eBay or Rakuten global.)
Most of these miniatures scale similarly or equal to Epoch’s Sylvanian Families Capsule Toy series.
This is what it looks like when you set up everything in one of the boxes.
What I like about Kabaya’s mini series is that a complete set will let you create a SF house at that super mini scale. What’s not to love about that?
It’s pretty detailed, too! Take a look at the views around this house.
When I put my regular SF doll, which is about 1/12 to 1/16 scale, next to it, this is how it scales. It is a great size to collaborate with a typical train diorama, too!
Well, you know me, I won’t just display this up on a shelf. I made an extra mini diorama using these mini series miniatures! After all, I’m more of a crafter than a collector.
I couldn’t stop thinking about how adorable it was, and I had been wanting to make my own super mini diorama since then.
This is me, making my diorama! LOL!!
Because the scale is SO different with these mini series, the way I made the items in this diorama are pretty different from my usual 1/16 scale crafts. I’ll introduce my new extra mini diorama next time, and also will be including tutorials in the coming posts!