Pet Society goes Japan: Review
Is there anything more beautiful than a cherry blossom tree or a delicately folded paper crane? Sigh. We are LOVING the new Japanese theme in Pet Society this week. There are so many great items to buy, we're madly making visits to friends and shooing away flies to earn some coins.
Aliza gives five paws to the Zen Garden Door (pictured above). She says that the pink wind chime moves back and forth. This is a regular item, costing 2000 coins at the DIY Shop, and is a great alternative for those who don't want to pay 14 cash coins for the Mount Fuji view at the Boutique.
Other items that Aliza's pet is using:
Wave Painting: 4750 coins at the Market (Toys & Collectable)
Anime wig: 1200 coins at the Clothes Shop (Hair Stylist)
Japanese Traditional Wallpaper: 800 coins at DIY
Pink Kotatsu with Sleeping Cat: 3000 coins at the Furniture Store
Ceremonial Teapot & Tea Cups: 400 coins and 250 coins, Furniture Store
(The Japanese scroll and the pink bonsai are from last year.)
Skip the Hot Spring
Julie Anne also loves all the new items, except for the Japanese Hot Spring (10,000 coins) at the Garden Store. She reports that the spring doesn't work; your little geisha cannot get into it and soak her tired legs. For 10,000 coins, this is a waste. However, if you look further in the Garden Store, you'll see an older item, a Wooden Hot Tub that is functional and is only half the price. See the Hot Tub in action here: "Pet Society Spa, Mud Face Mask."
This article originally appeared on Pet Society Anonymous.