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The 'Musha Musha Tissue Case' Redefines the Household Sanitary Napkin

By: Cody Turner - Published: • References: di-classe & japantrendshop
It seems that the Japanese are avid when it comes to their tissues and the 'Musha Musha Tissue Case' is not just your average tissue box holder. A box of tissues is essential to any household and a large number of companies and local designers are coming up with interesting prototypes that change the way we look at the average tissue box.

Designed by Di-Classe -- a manufacturing company based in Tokyo -- the Musha Musha tissue case features two goats feeding from a field of grass that surrounds your box of tissues. Made from a felt cloth material, this holder comes in gray, green and white colorings and sits in at a size of 270 x 138 x 128mm.

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