FarmVille: Take a trip to Japan with these one day only Birthday Classics

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Tonight's FarmVille update brought with it a set of Japanese Garden limited edition items that will only be available for one day. It should be noted that as of this writing, the game's Specials page still displays the ability to purchase UFO items, but they have expired, bringing in these Japanese Garden items in their place.

Again, these items will only be available to purchase for a single day, so let's not waste any time. Here's what's available:


Sika Deer - 14 Farm Cash


Japanese Home - 42 Farm Cash
Edo Style Home - 36 Farm Cash
Manga Store - 27 Farm Cash
Paper Wall Home - 27 Farm Cash
Sushi Shop - 42 Farm Cash


Cherrywood Gate - 10,000 coins
Cherrywood Wall - 6,900 coins
Garden Pond - 50,000 coins
High Bridge Pond - 42 Farm Cash
Japanese Fence - 5,000 coins
Japanese Trellis - 25,000 coins
Koi Fish Pond II - 36 Farm Cash
Lamp Sculpture - 36,000 coins
Large Lamp - 40,000 coins
Lilac Tree (decoration only) - 8,000 coins
Lush Knoll - 4 Farm Cash
Momiji Tree (decoration only) - 4 Farm Cash
Moss Rock - 2 Farm Cash
Onigiri Statue - 20,000 coins
Sakura Flowers - 45,000 coins
Sand & Stone - 18,000 coins
Small Lamp - 12,000 coins
Tiny Dragon - 45,000 coins
Yellow Dome - 4,500 coins
Zen Garden II - 18 Farm Cash

Perhaps with this theme more than any others do we see the fact that the more grand, impressive items cost Farm Cash and the lesser gardening or fencing items go for coins. Sure, there are plenty of coin decorations available here, but none are extremely large or flashy, which is disappointing to say the least. I know I can't be the only one that would throw down some major coins for some of these buildings, can I? Even if you love these items, it won't make them stay around any longer, so make sure to shop fast if there are any that you'd like for your farm(s).

What do you think of these Japanese Garden re-released items? Do you think the Farm Cash items should have been priced for coins, even if the coin prices were quite high? Let us know in the comments.
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