could poorly clone a few japanese pensioners with the DNA contained within

I've collected these subway ticket sleeves ever since I can remember, they would accumulate in my pockets during the summer visits to Japan. Originally meant for repeater tickets they are slowly disappearing from stations with the adoption of Suica cards. They vary in design depending on the line/station and it's a good life bookmark for travelling around. The first half of my collection is still in the US.

yuno, inuko, raymoo hinagiku katsura MIKU sora konata evangelion liquids akabeko hispanic? wooden carving
overchan logo, aukse's art of a massive man eating spaghetti cel's bury pink father
  • carsoro from hylics argentinian sun jewelry tray
  • 70% of was lost in a move