Japanese Amiibo Cards!

My husband surprised me the other day with a pack of Japanese Amiibo cards. I thought that was really cool because I have a few packs of the North American cards, but no Japanese ones. I opened up the pack and was surprised to find that there was only three cards in it! That’s kind of a bummer because that is HALF of what you normally get in one pack of N.A. cards. Ah, well.


I’m happy with the cards I got: Peter (Beau) the deer, Yumeko (Rhonda) the rhino and of course, Totakeke (K.K. Slider). Although they are expensive and you get less in the pack, of course I want more! 😉

13 thoughts on “Japanese Amiibo Cards!

  1. You’re kidding!! Only three in a pack??!!! I think ours come in a set of 5 maybe?? I cannot remember. Those are cute villagers though at least!!! My personal favorite is Fauna.. and she is a deer too.

    1. Yeah I know, can you believe it! Ours actually have 6 to a pack, so it’s kind of crazy. My husband was like “I won’t be buying any more of the Japanese ones!” lol!! Aww Fauna is cute! My favorite villagers are Octavian, Rhoda, and Stitches! 😉

      1. Haha that is not sad at all! I feel the same way! I literally got offended when Octavian moved out of my Wild World village! 😉 And I always try to be nice to everyone, even if it means that I get suckered into buying a piece of their crappy furniture or something!

      2. ha, me too… I hate it when they try to make me buy their junk for a lot of bells!! And then when they want something of mine, they want to pay a very small price for it!! booo!!! But I cannot help but want to make them happy too, so I usually do what they want. I get offended too when they want to move out.

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